Free Press Journal
  • Liyakat Gaffe: NIA Wants Strict Action On Delhi Cops

    New Delhi : NIA has recommended departmental action with severe punishment against at least five officials of Delhi Police’s elite Special Cell for allegedly fabricating a case against a resident of Kashmir and projecting him as a ‘suicide attacker’ of Hizbul Mujahideen terror group.

  • Veteran Actor Biswajit To Direct Film On Netaji!

    New Delhi  : Having made a documentary and a TV serial on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, veteran actor Biswajit Chatterjee will now direct a film based on the life of the freedom fighter.

  • US Envoys’ Privileges In India Not Restored: Govt

    New Delhi : Government of India has still not restored the privileges given to the American envoys and their families, which were withdrawn following the arrest of IFS officer Devyani Khobragade last year.

  • No Fancy For Ordinance Route: Nda

    Venkaiah Says Govt Has No Desire To Issue Ordinances, But At The Same Time, The Oppn Should Allow The Parliament To Function

  • Matang Sinh Remanded To 13 Days Judicial Custody

    Kolkata  :Former Union minister Matang Sinh, who was arrested in connection with the multi-crore Saradha scam, has remanded in 13 days judicial custody by a city court though he was not produced before it as he is admitted in a state-run hospital.

  • Tharoor: Lavish praise for Modi and some flak

    New Delhi :  Diplomat turned politician and former union minister Shashi Tharoor seems to be under some sort of compulsion to shower praises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, even as he seeks to balance these words of appreciation with measured criticism as well.

  • One Rank, One Pension Scheme Soon: Parrikar

    New Delhi : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has assured the ex-servicemen of early implementation of the ‘one rank, one pension’ scheme, saying his Ministry has fast-tracked the work on it. The assurance came when a 27-member delegation of the ex-servicemen called on Parrikar at Kota House here, his residence for the time-being.

  • Rolls-Royce Looks To Tap Indian Billionaires!

    New Delhi  : With number of billionaires in India on the rise, super luxury car maker Rolls-Royce is gearing up to tap the country’s high-end automobile market. The car maker plans to launch new convertible and a potential SUV.

  • New Lanka President Sirisena To Visit India

    New Delhi : Aiming to boost ties, newly-elected Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena will visit India later this month, a media report said on Sunday.

  • Shell-Shocked Japan Mourns Kenji

    Responds With Anger And Defiance To Beheading Of Second Hostage Journalist Goto, Beefs Up Security

  • Obama, Dalai Lama To Appear In Public; Move Set To Rile China

    Washington  : US President Barack Obama will appear at a high-profile public event here this week that the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama is also attending, a move that is set to anger China.

  • Calls To Tighten US Visa Waivers To Europeans

    The Program, Which Covers Tourists From 38 Countries, Represents The Achilles’ Heel Of America, Says Senator Feinstein, Who Is Urging A Tightening Of The Rules

  • UK Boy Punished For Shaving Head For Cancer Charity

    London : A 14-year-old boy, who got his head shaved to raise money for cancer awareness, was put in isolation by a UK school for violating haircut norms. Stan Lock raised more than $500 for a cancer charity but school authorities said they ‘did not approve’ of the haircut which is shorter than what the school rules allow, accordinf to PTI.

  • Rural voters vocal against careless leaders

    Dewas : Unlike the common belief, the rural voters are also becoming aware about their rights. The voters don’t shy away from registering their dissatisfaction before the election candidates while the Janpad Panchayat election campaigning for February 5 and February 22 elections.

  • Ukraine Death Toll Mounts After Truce Hopes Dashed

    Kiev : At least 19 soldiers and civilians were killed in clashes across east Ukraine as fierce fighting raged today between government forces and pro-Russian rebels following the collapse of ceasefire talks.

  • Excise dept okays licensed liquor shops at Ujjain’s Kaal Bhairav temple

    Gwalior : The head office of Madhya Pradesh Excise Department situated in Gwalior has planned to permit two licensed liquor shops from the new financial year (April 1), at the Kaal Bhairav temple Ujjain to make pure liquour available to the devotees who offer liquor to the deity.