Free Press Journal
  • SP misbehaves with journalists

    Jhirniya: Irked over the misbehavior of the SP during the public discussion programme, Jhirniya working journalists association, has submitted a memorandum, addressed to the governor, to the tehsil headquarter. Criticizing the act, district vice president of the association, Om Prakash Tiwari said that this kind of behavior with the journalists would not be tolerated. He said that from past few months, these kinds of cases have been increased wherein journalists were either

  • Goods worth lakhs, a dozen of trees gutted

    Bheekangon: Around 200 quintal of husk, 35 quintal soyabean and more than one dozen trees were gutted in a fire incident, which took place at 12 in the afternoon. No one has been injured in the incident.

  • Fresh Judiciary, Executive Tangle

    Chief Justice of India H.L. Dattu’s refusal to join the National Judicial Appointments Commission until the Supreme Court decides on its constitutional validity sets the stage for a renewed confrontation between the judiciary and the executive.

  • VARTAK NAGAR brings back the 80’s era

    The gangster era of the 80’s is a principal layer in the upcoming film ‘Vartak Nagar’. The gangster played by Jimmy Shergill has a violent face off with the honest and upright mill union leader played by Raghu Ram.

  • Secret of Productive Work: The Vedanta Way

    LIFE has been considered by many thoughtful people as a vast field of action. In fact, if anything distinguishes the living from the dead it is activity. No living organism can remain without action even for a single moment.Then how can we human beings expect to live without working? We cannot. There is something in our nature which is always striving to express itself, always urging us to expand, to attain to

  • ICC trying to malign Thakur by using me: Gilhotra

    New Delhi : Karan Gilhotra, against whom the ICC has issued an advisory to the BCCI secretary asking him to stay away from suspected bookies, accused the global cricket body of trying to “malign” Anurag Thakur’s image by using him.

  • Hillary’s campaign under media scanner

    Washington : As Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign comes under the media scanner, charges are flying thick and fast — from donations to the Clinton Foundation to claims that it distributed to AIDS patients useless drugs made by an Indian company, reports IANS.

  • Bihar hospital pastes ‘bhukamp’ stickers on injured         

    Darbhanga (Bihar):  Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) kicked up a row on Tuesday  by pasting stickers on the foreheads of injured persons in the earthquake for identification, which were later removed. Television grabs showed injured patients in a separate ward of the DMCH earmarked for earthquake victims with stickers reading ‘bhukamp’ (earthquake) on their foreheads. Superintendent of DMCH Shankar Jha on Tuesday expressed regret and said it would be immediately removed.

  • Tata Steel pension row flares up, unions send legal notice

    London:  British trade unions have sent a legal notice to Tata Steel to ballot some 17,000 employees for a proposed industrial action over a pension row.  The steel behemoth is on warpath with the country’s unions over suspension of the British steel pension scheme, against which the unions have decided to ballot its members for an industrial action from May 6, a day before Britain’s general elections.  “UK steel unions — Community,