Free Press Journal
  • Tribal woman denied help by hospital, delivers baby in open

    Meghnagar : A helpless tribal woman, delivered a baby at the CHC gate on Thursday afternoon as no hospital staff attended her. Kalu Bhuria of Chota Ghoslia had gone to Community Health Centre with his pregnant wife Lalita. He went to the duty nurse and informed her about his. The hospital staff did not took any steps to admit of help the hapless woman who ultimately gave birth to a baby in

  • House gutted after short circuit

    Jabalpur : A house was gutted to fire after short circuit, near the Belbaug Thana. Although no one was injured during the incident, but people living in the house had a narrow escape. It is reported the people were sleeping, when one Jagdish Patauriya’s house caught fire because of electrical short circuit.

  • Rahul takes to twitter, also flays PM’s politics of ‘badla’

    New Delhi : Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is making some fast transitions. From being an almost absent backbencher in the Lok Sabha for more than a decade, he is becoming a regular constituency representative raising issues through various parliamentary devices. In addition, after being battered, ridiculed and mocked on the social media, he has joined the twitter, albeit through his office. But unlike other leaders who do not make it clear that the

  • Defamation: SC stays case against Rahul

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed the proceedings against Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi in a criminal defamation case before a trial court in Maharashtra for allegedly blaming RSS for the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

  • Lawyers clash during hearing on NJAC law

    New Delhi : Backed by a number of states supporting the judicial appointment commission, the Centre on Thursday clashed with the opponents of the new system in the Supreme Court over its demand for referring the challenge to a larger bench.

  • Salman case: Plaint against Abhijeet for anti-people rant

    Muzaffarpur/Patna : A complaint was filed in a local court on Thursday against Bollywood singer Abhijeet for his remarks against people sleeping on roads and pavements while expressing solidarity with actor Salman Khan in the hit-and-run case.

  • A new book by Lok sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan puts MPS Sonia Gandhi, Mulayam Singh Yadav and some other senior MPs under a critical watch.

    Sonia, Rahul, Mulayam Asked No Queries In Last Ls

    New Delhi : A book released by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan here on Thursday puts our MPs under a critical watch, noting that Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Mulayam Singh Yadav and 52 others asked not a single question in the last 15th Lok Sabha.

  • Juvenile Justice Bill gets nod

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha on Thursday passed the juvenile justice amendment Bill which paves the way for children in the age group of 16-18 years to be tried as adults if they commit a heinous crime.  Opposition parties and child rights experts, however, termed the move a “disaster” and claimed that the government used its “brute majority” to get the Bill through.

  • Panel to revisit report on Jaitley’s call data

    New Delhi : The Privileges Committee of Rajya Sabha will revisit its report which said that the unauthorised access of call data records of Arun Jaitley in 2013 was not a breach of privilege and consider enlarging its scope to include the phone-tapping of MPs.

  • Chinese province to ban rooftop Christian crosses

    Beijing : A Chinese province where authorities have removed hundreds of rooftop crosses from Protestant and Catholic churches is proposing a ban on any further placement of the religious symbol atop sanctuaries. A draft of rules on religious structures released by government agencies this week says the crosses should be wholly affixed to a building facade and be no more than one-tenth of the facade’s height. The draft does not provide the rationale

  • IT stocks buck weak market trend

    Mumbai : IT stocks were in demand on Thursday, gaining as much as 3 per cent, after the rupee breached 64-level to fall to a 20-month low against the dollar, as the stronger US currency boosts the sales of software firms in rupee terms.

  • Impossible to stop angry Leo: Henry

    Barcelona: Former Barcelona striker Thierry Henry said that when footballer Lionel Messi decides to win a game it is impossible to stop him.

  • Brain chemical can reverse pain

    New York : A chemical in the brain typically associated with cognition, as well as regulating movement and emotion, among others, may help reverse chronic pain, new research has found, says IANS.