Free Press Journal
  • State-level hockey player goes missing

    Bareilly (UP): A 16-year-old state-level hockey player has gone missing while she was returning to Bareilly from Ranchi after participating in under-17 national hockey championship, police said today.

  • Three-legged race in Delhi

    New Delhi: The political dice is set to roll in the national Capital. So, one one hand, we have a Johnny-come-lately, Arvind Kejriwal, who hopes to break the political hegemony of the Congress and the BJP. In his new avatar, he is no longer his incorrigible brash and ‘anarchic’ self, or so he would like us to believe. He has mellowed down since he was booted out of the chief minister’s office and

  • Two injured in clashes in Kundapur

    Mangaluru: Two persons were seriously injured in clashes between members of two communities at Kodi near Kundapura in Udupi district, police said.

  • Rajnath-Singh

    No place for violence in democracy, says Rajnath

    Guwahati: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that there is no place for violence in democracy, calling upon the youth to wipe out bloodshed from the country.

  • Case registered against two BJP leaders, 150 others

    Bijnor: A case has been registered against two BJP leaders — an MP and an MLA — along with 150 others for allegedly jamming the state highway in a protest against the proposed inclusion of 44 villages of Bijnor in a new tehsil in Amroha.

  • Protection of traditional wellness systems is important: Naik

    Thiruvananthapuram:  Traditional wellness systems like Ayurveda have a vital role to play in tackling health challenges and their scientific standardisation and protection are important, Union Minister of State for Ayush Shripad Yesso Naik said here today.

  • Voice recorder of crashed AirAsia plane spotted

    Jakarta: Indonesian searchers have spotted the cockpit voice recorder, the second part of the black box of the crashed AirAsia flight, a top official said Monday hours after the flight data recorder was retrieved from the Java Sea.

  • Shashi Tharoor

    Shashi Tharoor may be questioned soon: police

    New Delhi: Congress MP Shashi Tharoor may be questioned soon in connection with his wife Sunanda Pushkar’s murder, Delhi Police chief B.S. Bassi said Monday.

  • US, India have invested in bilateral relationship: John Kerry

    Gandhinagar: US Secretary of State John Kerry today said both India and United States have invested in the relationship and will continue to deepen it by creating a healthier, more secure and prosperous future to be able to impact policies that affect the world.

  • Conservative wins Croatia presidential vote by slight margin

    Zagreb: A conservative populist has become Croatia’s first female president after beating the center-left incumbent in a runoff election amid deep discontent over economic woes in the European Union’s newest member.

  • Too early to come to any decision on Sunanda death probe, says Bassi

    New Delhi: Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi on Monday said that it is too early to reach at any decision in the death case of Sunanda Pushkar, the wife of former union minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, as the investigation is in its primary stage.

  • Iran eclipses US as Iraq’s ally in fight against militants

    Baghdad: In the eyes of most Iraqis, their country’s best ally in the war against the Islamic State group is not the United States and the coalition air campaign against the militants. It’s Iran, which is credited with stopping the extremists’ march on Baghdad.

  • Researchers testing eco-vapour toilet system in India

    Washington: A new “eco-vapour” toilet system being tested in India uses a breathable fabric that traps human waste and allows only water vapour molecules to escape, rendering sewage less hospitable to bacteria and other disease-causing organisms.