Free Press Journal
  • Summer sonata at Café Mangii

    Join GITA HARI as she indulges in some tantalising summer menu at Café Mangii.

  • Manishankar Aiyar

    Modi more of an EM than a PM: Aiyar

    New Delhi: Congress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar sees Narendra Modi more as an EM, or events manager, than a PM and says the best thing about the one year of his government is that “there are only four years left” and the countdown to the end of his ‘achhe din’ has begun.

  • Sakshi Maharaj

    Ram temple will be built during BJP rule: Sakshi Maharaj

    Unnao (UP): Controversial BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj today declared the Ram temple at Ayodhya will be built under the Centre’s BJP government, which has “four more years to go”, drawing sharp criticism from opposition Congress. “If Ram temple is not built under BJP rule, will it be constructed under a Congress dispensation? Will (SP chief) Mulayam or (BSP leader) Mayawati build it?

  • Suspected NSCN (K) militants fire at Assam Rifles camp

    Itanagar: Suspected NSCN (K) militants today fired at an Assam Rifles (AR) camp in remote Lazu area in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh, three days after the group ambushed an army convoy killing 18 soldiers.

  • Manipur

    Manipur ambush: Army bids adieu to martyrs from Jammu

    Jammu: Army today bid an emotional adieu to the six soldiers of 6 Dogra infantry Battalion hailing from Jammu who lost their lives in the militant attack in Manipur on Thursday. An Indian Air Force plane brought the mortal remains of the martyred soldiers to Jammu from where they were sent to their native villages by road for last rites.

  • Deconstructing Terrorist Violence

    He analyzes the underlying issues threadbare and throws in a lot of uncomfortable questions while deconstructing the ideological modus operandi of religion and violence.

  • Lift turns death trap in Chandivali inferno

    Mumbai :  Maximum City may soon get the acronym of ‘Fire City’, if incidents of fire take place so frequently and at regular intervals. Just weeks after the Kalbadevi fire, a major blaze near upmarket Powai on Saturday claimed the lives of seven people, while 28 others sustained injuries.

  • Modi does what he couldn’t do in India

    Dhaka :  In a historic step, India and Bangladesh on Saturday moved to swap land enclaves in each other’s territory as they ratified the more than 40-year-old Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) at a ceremony witnessed by Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Sheikh Hasina.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul slams Modi, Mamata bonhomie

    Kolkata : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday raised questions over the “friendship” between West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, joining him in the visit to Bangladesh.

  • SSC results to be declared on Monday

    Mumbai : The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will announce the results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination at 1pm on Monday, June 8, 2015, board officials said.

  • No compromise on basic purpose of land Bill: Venkaiah Naidu

    Mumbai : Though the Centre will consider the collective view of the Joint Parliament Commitee on the land Bill, it is not ready to compromise on the basic purpose of the Act, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu said on Saturday.

  • Govt to defend process to appoint higher judiciary

    New Delhi : The Centre will tell the Supreme Court on Monday why it junked the collegium system for the appointment of judges to the higher judiciary, replacing it with the National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC).

  • IS using chlorine as chem weapon

    Melbourne :  The Islamic State terror group is using chlorine in attacks and recruiting highly trained technical experts to make chemical weapons, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said, reports PTI.

  • Prabhu seeks Mamata’s help for Bengal growth via Rlys

    Kolkata : Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Saturday said the state and the Centre will have to work together for the development of West Bengal and assured that his ministry will help fuel the state’s growth story.

  • Anti-terror coalition strikes Islamic State’s positions

    Damascus : The US-led anti-terror coalition struck positions of the Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria’s northern city of Hasaka, where intense battles have been taking place, a monitoring group reported on Saturday.