Free Press Journal
  • Molestation

    Girl jumps off Punjab bus to escape molesters, dies

    Chandigarh: A 13-year-old girl died and her mother was seriously injured in Punjab when they had to jump out of a moving private bus to escape molestation. Following this the bus staff were booked for murder, police said on Thursday.

  • Majid Memon

    Coal scam: ‘Law will take its own course’, says Majeed Memon

    New Delhi : Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon on Thursday refused to comment on the CBI’s move to file charges against Congress leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal and former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda in a coal scam case, saying the law will take its own course in the matter.

  • Delhi DareDevils

    Delhi Daredevils to fancy chances against struggling Kings XI Punjab

    New Delhi: Smarting from a crushing defeat in their previous game, Delhi Daredevils have no option but to go all out when they take on Kings XI Punjab, who are also struggling in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League, here tomorrow.

  • Navin Jindal, Coal Scam

    Court pulls up CBI for not seizing Naveen Jindal’s passport

    New Delhi: A Special Court today rapped CBI for not impounding the passport of Congress leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal, chargesheeted along with 14 others in a coal block allocation scam case, saying the agency cannot adopt a different policy for some of the accused.

  • Anirban Lahiri

    Anirban Lahiri beats Palmer for winning debut in WGC Match Play

    San Francisco (US): Anirban Lahiri indicated he is ready to make his presence felt at the highest levels, as he made a sensational debut at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play, beating higher-ranked Ryan Palmer of the US comprehensively for a 4&2 win in Group 6.

  • Jordan Spieth

    Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth off mark at WGC-Match Play

    San Francisco: World number one Rory McIlroy and Masters champion Jordan Spieth opened their WGC-Match Play Championship campaigns with easy wins Wednesday on a day of upsets at the new-look USD 9.25 million event. Northern Irish star McIlroy carded just one birdie and 13 pars but was too good for Jason Dufner, winning 5&4 at San Francisco’s picturesque Harding Park course.

  • James Rodriguez

    James Rodriguez cracker helps Real Madrid keep pressure on Barcelona

    Madrid: Real Madrid warmed up for a big week by moving back to within two points of Barcelona at the top of La Liga with a comfortable 3-0 win over Almeria on Wednesday. James Rodriguez’s stunning dipping volley a minute before the break lit up an otherwise drab first 45 minute. Mauro Dos Santos’s own goal doubled Madrid’s advantage early in the second-half before Alvaro Arbeloa added a late third.

  • Meditation

    5 Ways You Can Use Meditation To Boost Your IQ

    If you look back at your life, there must have been many moments when somebody remarked, “That was very intelligent of you”, “Smart thinking!”, or “You are an intelligent person”. These moments fill us with pride, admiration, and confidence about ourselves. Don’t you want this to happen more often? How would you like to approach your day-to-day activities with more dexterity, be a defter person, and be seen as a moon among stars? We

  • Kung Fu

    The Ten Best Places to Learn Martial Arts in Mumbai

    What kind of protagonists do you identify with in movies? I’ve always found myself enamored by the Karate Kid series (Note: I’m talking about the original movies—not the Jaden Smith one where they practice Kung Fu instead of Karate.). I have to confess I covet the kind of discipline, delicate skill, strength, and concentration that martial arts students have. My lazy Sunday morning movie marathon got me thinking about the possibility of me learning

  • China evacuates people from quake-hit Tibetan town

    Beijing: China has begun the evacuation of nearly 6,000 people trapped in a quake-hit Tibetan town along the Nepal border after its entry highway was cleared of obstructions caused by the temblor. Access to Zham Town in Nyalam County in Tibet was cut off until Tuesday after the earthquake in Nepal on Saturday.

  • US, North Korea,nuclear tests

    North Korea executed 15 people for spying, disagreeing with Supreme leader this year

    London : North Korea has executed 15 people, including several top officials, this year for spying and disagreeing with the Supreme leader, South Korean intelligence said. The agency told a parliamentary meeting on Wednesday that they were shot dead by a firing squad. Those killed included two vice ministers who challenged North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s policies and members of an orchestra to which his wife once belonged, reported the BBC. Jong-un has earlier

  • liquor bottles seized

    SC notice to Kerala on plea against its new liquor policy

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Kerala Government on a plea challenging the High Court’s decision to ratify the new liquor policy that restricts foreign liquor bars to five-star hotels only. A bench headed by Justice AR Dave issued the notice yesterday on a PIL filed by Kerala Classified Hotels Association. Last year, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said the state government was in favour of total prohibition and

  • Siddharth Nath Singh, Rahul Gandhi

    BJP pulls up Rahul Gandhi, says ‘don’t need guest actor in politics’

    New Delhi : Taking a jibe at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s ‘kisan padyatra’ from Amravati, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday alleged that the former needs to come up with more substance rather than ‘shoot and scoot style’.

  • Earthquake, victims

    50 UP districts quake-prone

    Lucknow: The killer earthquake in Nepal has rung alarm bells across Uttar Pradesh where 50 of the 75 districts have been found to be quake-prone.