Free Press Journal
  • Lalu, Nitish indulge in caste politics: Paswan

    Patna : Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan on Saturday accused Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD president Lalu Prasad of trying to divide the society by “indulging in caste politics” and asked NDA supporters to rise above it.

  • Childhood lovers married for 75 years die holding hands

    Washington : An American couple, who had been married for 75 years fulfilled their final wish to die in each other’s arms after they passed away holding hands, within hours of each other.

  • 12 gamblers arrested

    Mumbai: In a raid carried out by the Social Service Branch at the intercontinental hotel in Marine Drive, the police busted a gambling club on Friday night. According to the police, gambling activities were on in the room no. 333 on third floor of the hotel when the raid was carried out. Police have arrested 12 gamblers, two conductors and a manager from the place and recovered cash of Rs 4,56,180 during

  • Time to turn Telangana into a `golden’ State, says K Chandrashekar

    Sangareddy : Telangana was ruled by Andhra rulers for over 58 years and they “destroyed” the region’s natural resources and vast forests, but now the new State will be turned into a `golden’ province, said Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Saturday. Before it became a separate state last year, Telangana was ruled by Andhra rulers for over 58 years. These rulers ruined our culture, heritage, natural resources and destroyed forests. Now Telangana

  • Catherina shines

    Mumbai : Second-seeded WGM Soumya Swaminathan of PSPB suffered a shock defeat at the hands of WIM Michelle Catherina of Tamil Nadu on the top board in the fourth round of the Ram Ratna 42nd National Women’s Challenger Chess Championship, will is being conducted by the Maharashtra Chess Association (MCA) at Bhyander (West) on Saturday.

  • Charlotte to be christened in granny Diana’s church today

    London : The UK’s royal family is gearing up for the christening of their newest member Princess Charlotte tomorrow where the two-month-old child of Prince William and his wife Kate will make her second public appearance.

  • Welcome HRD min nudge for fair probe, says Thampu

    New Delhi : St Stephen’s principal Valson Thampu on Saturday said that he “wholeheartedly” welcomes HRD ministry’s direction regarding the inquiry into the molestation row even as clamour mounted for his resignation for allegedly hushing up the matter.