Free Press Journal
  • Court extends relief to AAP MLA Jarnail Singh

    New Delhi: In a relief to AAP legislator Jarnail Singh, the Delhi High Court on Thursday extended his protection from arrest till September 7. Singh had allegedly assaulted a civic body engineer.

  • Modi urges united action against terrorism, extremism at BRICS

    Ufa (Russia): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday made a strong pitch for united action against terrorism and extremism by countries, including among BRICS, without discriminating between groups, countries, sponsors or targeted nations.

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    Welcome Back Official Trailer

    The biggest, meanest and funniest bunch of 2015 is here! Watch the super wacky trailer of the most anticipated comedy extravaganza of the year – Welcome Back!

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    Mahinda Rajapaksa to run for Lankan parliamentary election

    Colombo:Former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa today signed nomination papers to contest forthcoming general election under the ruling UPFA coalition of Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena whose poll victory had ended his own rule as president.

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    BJP thrives on empty rhetoric, symbolism: Anand Sharma

    New York: A year into the NDA government, the economy is not faring any better and farmers are in distress as the BJP regime mostly thrives on “empty rhetoric and symbolism”, a senior Congress leader here has alleged. On the economic front, Congress has always followed a policy of equity, justice and inclusive development, Deputy Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma, who was here to attend a meeting of the International

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    Moeen Ali took England to 430 on second day test

    Cardiff (UK): Moeen Ali’s dashing 77 helped England to a first innings total of 430 on the second day of the first Test against Australia at Sophia Gardens today. Batting at No 8, the off-spin bowling all-rounder posted his second-highest Test score, following his 108 not out against Sri Lanka at Headingley last year, and saw England past 400, which would have been the aim of captain Alastair Cook when he he won

  • Thrilling adventure at Sikkim

    Sikkim can be also called as Shikim or Su Khyim. It rests in the Himalayan mountain range. It is one of the smallest and least populated states of India. It is an apt getaway for any prospective traveller. The Bagdogra Airport of West Bengal which is only 124 Kms away from Gangtok will help you reach here faster. If you are opting for rail route New Jalpaiguri and Siliguri are the two

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    When I look back, I regret flashing that note to Viv: Ramdin

    New Delhi: With age comes experience and few know it better than West Indies Test captain Denesh Ramdin, who still regrets an unsavoury act of flashing a note towards Vivian Richards after scoring a century against England in Birmingham back in 2012. Ramdin, after receiving flak from the legend for his poor show with the bat came back to score 107 in the third Test at Edgbaston and on completion of century, took

  • Zimbabwe Series: Won’t take it lightly, says Ajinkya Rahane

    Harare: Acknowledging the progress Zimbabwe has made in One-dayers, India’s stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane says they respect the hosts and will not take them lightly in the three-match series, beginning tomorrow. Rahane, who is leading India for the first time, insisted that the team has moved on from the debacle in Bangladesh and is “here to win games” in the short tour comprising three ODIs and a couple of Twenty20 Internationals.

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    UPA withheld UNICEF child health report: Maneka Gandhi

    New Delhi, Jul 9 (PTI) Holding the erstwhile UPA government responsible for the partial release of the UNICEF report on immunisation cover in the country, Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi has said the data was submitted to the Ministry long back but was withheld by Congress as almost every state had objected to it.

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    AAP’s missed call campaign against Karnataka Lokayukta

    Bengaluru: The Karnataka unit of the AAP has received over 20,000 missed calls in its campaign for the sacking of state Lokayukta Y. Bhaskar Rao since July 5, the party announced on Thursday.

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    Vyapam Probe Will Join CBI’s 6,562 Pending Corruption Trials

    Madhya Pradesh’s embattled chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has welcomed the Supreme Court’s move to order a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry into what has come to be called the Vyapam scam, but with 6,562 corruption cases pending trial, justice through the overstretched agency is unlikely to be quick.

  • Demand-supply mismatch plagues property sales: JLL

    Mumbai: A clear mismatch between demand and supply, unaffordable prices and oversized flats have contributed to sluggish property sales in Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai areas, real estate services major Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) said on Thursday.

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    ‘Dhrishyam’ will strike the right chord: Ajay Devgn

    New Delhi: Bollywood versatile actor Ajay Devgn, who was recently spotted in Mumbai to promote his upcoming thriller drama flick ‘Drishyam’ along with his co-star Tabu, revealed why his upcoming “not-so commercial” movie will strike the right chord with the people.

  • India’s wind power capacity to double by 2020: Crisil

    Mumbai: India’s wind power sector is likely to attract investments of more than Rs 1 lakh crore over next five years as the installed capacity is expected to double by 2020 on the back of government’s initiatives making the sector profitable and sustainable, Crisil said. According to the rating agency , wind power capacity is expected to double by 2020 from over 23,000 MW currently, with an addition of 4,000 MW

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    Danish gangrape case: Court to record evidence on July 16

    New Delhi: A Delhi court would next week record prosecution evidence in a case in which a 52-year-old Danish woman was allegedly gangraped by nine persons here last year. Additional Sessions Judge Kaveri Baweja posted the case for July 16 after the defence counsel submitted that he would cross-examine sub-inspector Pankaj, a prosecution witness who was present today, on the next date when another witness would also be present.