Free Press Journal
  • Kiran Bedi

    Kiran Bedi’s office vandalised, two injured

    New Delhi: The office of BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi in her Delhi assembly constituency Krishna Nagar was Monday allegedly vandalised by a group of lawyers. Two BJP workers were reportedly injured in the incident.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    BJP has pressed ‘panic button’: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Exuding confidence that his party will come to power in Delhi, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal today said the BJP has pressed the “panic button” and was now resorting to “politics of poison” to avoid a defeat.

  • Baba Ramdev

    SC stays proceedings on fresh complaints against Ramdev

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today stayed fresh riminal proceedings initiated recently in different parts of ountry against Yoga guru Ramdev, for his alleged ontroversial “honeymoon” remarks targeting Rahul Gandhi over isiting homes of Dalits.

  • BJP misleading people, trying to protect power companies: AAP

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday hit back at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over its allegation that Arvind Kejriwal had during his 49-day stint as the chief minister left a loophole in the CAG audit to save discoms, and alleged that the latter was misleading the people and trying to protect power companies.

  • Imran Khan

    Imran Khan demands speaker’s suspension

    Islamabad: Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan Monday demanded suspension of National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq till investigation is completed into the alleged rigging in the National Assembly constituency-122 in the 2014 general elections.

  • Horror in Japan as video purports to show hostage beheaded

    Tokyo: The wife of slain Japanese hostage Kenji Goto said today that she was devastated but proud of her husband, who was beheaded by Islamic State extremists. In a statement issued through the British-based journalist group Rory Peck Trust, Rinko Jogo requested privacy for her family as they deal with their loss, and thanked those who had supported them.

  • Barack Obama

    Analysts say Obama has no grand strategy to combat IS outside Iraq, Syria

    Washington: National security analysts have said that the Obama administration does not have a grand strategy to combat Islamic State (IS) militants outside Iraq and Syria as the terrorist group aims to seize more territory and plans attacks against the United States.

  • tony abbott

    Australian PM says he has no intention to quit

    Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Monday said he has no intention to quit despite a decline in his popularity and growing questions about his leadership.

  • Thai junta tightens security at public places after blasts

    Bangkok: Thai junta chief and Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha today ordered authorities to tighten security at public places after homemade pipe bombs detonated near a sky train station in front of a shopping mall here.

  • Microscope to develop better treatment for cancer unveiled

    Melbourne: A powerful microscope, weighing a tonne, that can help in development of better treatment for diseases, including cancer and diabetes, has been unveiled by Australian researchers.

  • Arvind Kejriwal, Kiran Walia

    HC notice to Kejriwal on Kiran Walia’s plea

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Monday issued notice to AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on a plea filed by Congress leader Kiran Walia, questioning the legality of his candidature from the New Delhi seat as he is a resident of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Arsenal

    Arsenal trounce struggling Aston Villa 5-0

    London: Arsenal trounced struggling Aston Villa 5-0 at the Emirates on Sunday to overtake Tottenham Hotspur in the fifth spot and edge closer to the top four in the Premier League table. Forward Oliver Giroud put Arsenal ahead in the eighth minute with a clinical finish from a Mesut Ozil pass before the attacking midfielder himself consolidated the lead to make it 2-0.

  • Michael Clarke

    Micheal Clarke ready to play under Steven Smith’s leadership

    Sydney: Battling to regain fitness from an hamstring injury, Australian World Cup captain Michael Clarke
    today said that he is ready to play under the leadership of young Steven Smith. Amid reports that many Australian team members are vouching for stand-in skipper as a permanent choice after the 50-over showpiece event, Clarke said that he has no problems with Smith as captain. “Most definitely I would,” Clarke replied on being asked on Triple M radio

  • Court to hear plea against Kejriwal’s bribe remark tomorrow

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today said it would hear tomorrow a criminal complaint seeking action against AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly exhorting voters to take bribes from BJP and Congress and vote for his party.

  • CPI(M) to vote against BJP, PDP in RS elections in J&K

    Srinagar: Terming the proposed alliance between BJP and PDP as “opportunist”, CPI(M) today said it has decided to vote against the parties in the Rajya Sabha election for four seats in Jammu and Kashmir scheduled to be held on February 7.

  • barcelona_fc

    FC Barcelona beat Villareal 3-2 to stay in title race

    Madrid: FC Barcelona showed tremendous character to come back from behind twice and defeat Villarreal 3-2 to remain in the fight for the Spanish La Liga title. Denis Cheryshev put Villarreal ahead after 30 minutes Sunday night and although Neymar equalised on the stroke of halftime, Vieto restored Villarreal’s lead six minutes after the break, reports Xinhua.

  • 6 DUSU faces in Delhi Assembly poll fray

    New Delhi: Delhi University Students Union (DUSU), which has been considered as a stepping stone to mainstream politics over the years, will see six of its former office bearers sweating it out in the February 7 polls.

  • India cricket team

    Holders India to enter ICC World Cup 2015 in second spot

    Dubai: Defending champions India will enter the 11th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup in second spot behind leaders Australia. After failing to win a single game in the recently concluded tri-series, the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side trail Australia by six points in the ODI rankings, according to an ICC media release.