Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi

    ‘Congress only remembers farmers when not in power’: K Kavitha

    New Delhi : Telangana Rashtra Samithi leader K Kavitha on Thursday claimed that the Congress Party only remembers the plight of farmers when it is not in power, and dismissed Rahul Gandhi’s ‘padyatra’ through the state as a mere attempt to give a boost to the cadre of the grand old party. “For so many years, the Congress Party not only ruled Telangana, but also India as a whole. Yet, they have never

  • Carlo Ancelotti

    Two game touchline ban for Real Madrid coach Ancelotti

    Madrid : Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has been given a two-game touchline ban by the disciplinary committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), a media report said.

  • Carla Suarez

    Spain’s Carla Suarez advances to 3rd round in Italian Open

    Rome : Spanish tennis player Carla Suarez has defeated the British Heather Watson in a convincing 6-1, 6-1 victory in just in one hour and seven minutes, reaching the third round of the Italian Open.

  • Tulsi Gabbard

    Tulsi Gabbard features in ’25 Most Influential Women in Congress’

    Washington: Influential US lawmaker Tulsi Gabbard, the only Hindu member of the American Congress, has figured in the list of 25 most influential women in the Congress. Gabbard, 33, waslisted in CQ-Roll Call’s new book, “Powerful Women: The 25 Most Influential Women in Congress” in the ranks of the most accomplished and influential female leaders in Congress. The book discusses that despite just two years in Congress, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has been able to work with Democrats

  • murder

    Man kills wife, dumps body in well

    Balrampur (UP): A 32-year-old woman was allegedly strangulated to death by her husband in Gaurkhas village in Utraula area here, police said today. Shafikunisha was strangulated by her husband Usman Gani three days ago over some family dispute, they said. They said the accused later put her body in a sack and threw it in a well from where it was recovered yesterday. The accused has been arrested, police said.

  • kevin pietersen

    Aussies relish England Kevin Pietersen chaos

    Sydney : Australian cricketers are in shock over Kevin Pietersen’s banishment from the international game and delighted they won’t have to face him in this year’s Ashes series.

  • Shot, murder

    2 man killed in broad daylight shooting in Rajender Nagar

    New Delhi: Two persons were shot dead by unidentified gunmen in broad daylight at Central Delhi’s Rajender Nagar today. The deceased have been identified as Ram Charan, who was in his early 40s, and Lakhan Lal (52). The incident took place around 9:18 AM in the market area near Shankar Road in Rajender Nagar when the duo had reached there to have their morning cup of tea at a shop. Suddenly, three people reached there on

  • Leen Wan Koo

    Former South Korea PM Leen Wan Koo questioned over bribery scandal

    Seoul: Former South Korean prime minister Lee Wan-Koo was questioned by prosecutors today as part of a widening corruption probe that prompted his resignation last month. “Nothing can beat the truth,” Lee told reporters as he turned up at the main prosecutors’ office in Seoul in response to a summons. “I will tell my side of the story in detail to prosecutors… and hope that this all will be resolved,” he said.

  • Suicide

    Newly-married couple commits suicide

    Ara (Bihar): A newly-married couple allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison at Karnaul in Bhojpur district early today. Avinash Kumar (24) and his wife Anjali Singh (20) consumed poison following a family dispute. They were brought to the Ara Sadar Hospital where both died in the wee hours, Bhojpur Superintendent of Police (SP) Navin Chandra Jha said. Family members fled from the hospital after the couple died. Jha said the deceased had got married in December last

  • Sunrisers Vs RCB

    Upbeat SunRisers host RCB in crucial IPL game

    Hyderabad : An upbeat SunRisers Hyderabad will look to carry on their winning momentum to book a play-offs berth when they take on an equally keen Royal Challengers Bangalore in a crucial IPL cricket match at Uppal.

  • Honor killings

    Honour killing: Couple burnt alive in Gaya

    Gaya (Bihar): In yet another shocking incident of an honour killing, a 25-year-old married man and his minor niece and alleged lover were burnt alive by their family members in Gaya. According to reports, the couple were first lynched and then burnt on the same pyre. The incident took place in Ametha village under Wajirganj police station of Gaya. The two had eloped a few days back before being tracked down by their families. One

  • Philippine factory fire kills 58, kin says iron grills on windows trapped workers inside building

    Washington : Police has recovered 58 dead bodies while a dozen more are still missing from the fire that ravaged a rubber slipper factory in the outskirts of the Philippine capital, Manila. The search of the bodies resumed after being suspended late Wednesday because of the heat and concerns about the stability of the two-storey building, reported ABC News. Mayor Rex Gatchalian of Valenzuela city, where the Kentex Manufacturing Corp. factory was engulfed in

  • Indian Army firing

    Remain aware and upfront about terrorist intentions in J-K

    New Delhi : Terrorists in Kashmir took their bloody toll yet again with the brutal killing of two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel on Monday (May 11). Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed must be ruing the day when he, rather prematurely, offered a hand of friendship to the separatist, divisive and terrorist forces. His attempts towards generating goodwill have clearly been construed as an act of appeasement by these evil forces and

  • Gulzar

    I am not an artist : Gulzar

    Kolkata : Legendary lyricist-poet Gulzar, who has revealed a new side of him with his charcoal sketches published for the first time, says he doesn’t consider himself as an artist.

  • Tariq Anwar

    Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Telangana will benefit Congress: NCP

    New Delhi : The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday said Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Telangana would benefit the Congress and help it to make a comeback to power subject to its leaders and workers putting in the hard work required. “I believe that if Rahul Gandhi works hard like this, then the Congress can make a comeback. There is no harm in trying and if he is going on a

  • UPSC civil services exam pattern to continue, aptitude test to stay

    New Delhi : The government has decided that there will be no change in the pattern of Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) civil services examination and the aptitude test will continue to be a part of the prelims. The statement issued by Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), however, stated that an expert committee will be constituted to take a holistic view of the aptitude test. It further said that till the expert committee

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Poem on Mahatama: Supreme Court refuses to quash charge against editor

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court today dismissed the plea of a bank employee who had challenged framing of charges against him for publishing an alleged “vulgar and obscene” poem on Mahatma Gandhi in 1994 in an in-house magazine of which he was an editor.