Free Press Journal
  • Imposition of Governor rule raises hope of flood victims in J-K

    Srinagar:  Imposition of Centre’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir has raised hopes among the victims of last year’s devastating floods that the process of rehabilitation will be expedited now even as the political parties continue to blame each other for enforcement of Governor’s rule in the state.

  • Odisha to supply solar power to tribal schools

    Bhubaneswar: Schools and hostels being run by Odisha’s Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes development department will soon be given solar power-based electricity supply.

  • Areeb Majid, IS

    NIA approaches US firm to preserve data related to Majeed

    New Delhi:  The NIA which is probing the activities of Areeb Majeed, an alleged recruit of the dreaded terror group ISIS, has approached a US company providing free call services with a request from an Indian court to ‘preserve data’ related to the accused.

  • PMK urges Centre to raise fishermen’s issue with Serisena

    Chennai:  NDA constituent PMK today urged the Narendra Modi government to raise the fishermen’s issue with the newly sworn-in Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena during his February India visit and demanded that the leader immediately release boats of Indian fishermen under his country’s custody.

  • Narendra modi , john kerry

    Make in India win-win opportunity: John Kerry

    Gandhinagar:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” programme is a win-win opportunity for the world, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday.

  • Constable absconding for 12 years arrested

    Muzaffarnagar:  A dismissed constable who was absconding for 12 years was arrested in Shamli district in connection with a murder case, police said today.

  • Black Money

    Poor land valuation resulting in black money in Delhi: CIC

    New Delhi:  Difference in real value of land and circle rates in the national capital is not only facilitating black money inflow in the property market but also causing revenue loss to the exchequer, the  Central Information Commission has said.

  • Give us more roles: IPS officers to govt

    New Delhi: Citing expertise in internal security, the 3,700-member strong IPS officers association has demanded that the top post in the country’s civil aviation security should be given to one of its members and sought greater role for its officers in other departments as well.

  • Hindutva remarks, conversion damaging NDA’s prospects: Upendra Kushwaha

    New Delhi: Reflecting the growing unease within the government over controversial remarks by Hindutva hardliners and conversion, a senior Union minister today said such issues are “damaging” NDA’s prospects, citing example of Kashmir where it could not manage a single seat.