Free Press Journal
  • Nitish Kumar

    Wary Nitish may lean on Congress

    Patna :  Clearly, as far as alliances go, the RJD-Janata Dal (U) tie-up would be formidable. But Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav have long been bitter rivals and there is gaping trust deficit between them. There already are indications that the alliance would run into a major roadblock when it comes to seat sharing.

  • Militants yet again target telecom facility in Kashmir

    Srinagar : Militants once again targeted a telecom facility in Kashmir as a grenade was lobbed on Monday at a mobile phone tower in a downtown area of Srinagar, injuring one person and leading to disruption in communication services in the valley.

  • Cash for vote scam: TDP Telangana MLA sent to jail

    Hyderabad : TDP Telangana MLA Revanth Reddy, who was caught while allegedly trying to give bribe to a nominated MLA to vote for his party’s nominee in Telangana Legislative Council polls, was arrested and sent to 14-day judicial custody.

  • Birthday gift: KEM room to be named after Aruna Shanbaug

    Mumbai : KEM Hospital’s Room no 4, which was home to comatose nurse Aruna Shanbaug for 42 years till her death last month, will be named after her. The decision was taken by the hospital administration on Monday on the occasion of the former KEM nurse’s birthday, two weeks after her death.

  • WR fifth line stuck in dispute

    Mumbai : Despite the railway officials having a tough time over resolving a age-old  dispute over a small path that connects to a graveyard, General Manager S K Sood on Monday gave yet another deadline.

  • Booze test row: Actor files plaint against traffic cops

    Mumbai : Model-turned-actor Aryan Vaid got into a tussle with traffic constables on Monday morning at around 1 am after he refused to undergo an alcohol test which the cops were conducting near the JVPD circle.

  • New security law will put onus on all stakeholders

    Mumbai :  Security will no longer be the concern of the police alone. The state government is going to fix the responsibility for maintaining internal security on everyone — from schools to malls to hospitals and hotels.

  • Veg CM nixes move to make eggs part of anganwadi meal

    Bhopal : Eggs will not be part of the meals served at anganwadi centres in Madhya Pradesh with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, a vegetarian himself, rejecting a proposal in this regard.

  • Vidya to be conferred with Honorary Doctorate

    Powerhouse performer, Vidya Balan, will be conferred with the degree of Doctor of Arts Honoris Causa by Rai University at a special convocation ceremony held at suburban five star hotel today.

  • TRS wins Five seats, TDP-BJP combine falls flat

    Hyderabad : The ruling TRS in Telangana won five seats while main opposition Congress secured one seat in the election held today to fill six vacancies in state Legislative Council.

  • How to live longer without cutting on calorie intake

    Melbourne : You may get a long and healthy life simply by balancing your protein and carbohydrate intake, without drastically cutting down your calorie intake, reports IANS.

  • 11 days on, Film City shooters still at large

    Mumbai : Eleven days after the firing incident at Film City in Goregaon, Mumbai Police have still not been successful in nabbing the shooters.  Fetteh Singh Patil, Additional Commissioner of Police of North Regoin informed the Free Press Journal.  “No progress has been made in the case so far. We have identified the accused, but have not been able to nab them yet. I do not wish to disclose their names.

  • Bangla visit: Teesta is not on agenda, asserts Mamata

    Kolkata : West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said that the Teesta river water-sharing agreement will not be discussed during her Bangladesh visit. She would leave for Bangladesh on June 5 and join Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a part of his two-day visit to the neighbouring nation.

  • June 21 is Yoga Day, so no holiday for schools!

    Mumbai : The first Sunday of the new academic year would be not be a holiday for schools as the government plans to celebrate the International Yoga Day (June 21) in a big way across all educational institutions, Education Minister Vinod Tawde told reporters here on Monday.