Free Press Journal
  • Govind Pansare

    Don’t defame Hindutva in Govind Pansare case probe : Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: The ongoing probe in the Govind Pansare murder case should not become a context for maligning Hindutva, the Shiv Sena today said while holding that the accusations against right wing outfit Sanatan Sanstha, under scanner in the case, are “laughable.”

  • Jagmohan Dalmiya

    Jagmohan Dalmiya shifted home of cricket to India: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi: Describing former BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya as a great administrator, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said in his death, the country has lost an enthusiast who made India the home of cricket.

  • Govt appointed panel to visit Goa Golf Course site on Oct 7

    Panaji: The Goa government-appointed fact finding committee will be visiting the controversial Golf Course site in North Goa’s Terekhol village on October 7 accompanied by representatives of those promoting and opposing the project. M/s Leading Hotels Private Limited has planned a golf course at Terekhol which is being opposed by locals who said that the land was agricultural property and was converted without following proper procedure.

  • Minor boy sodomized by two in UP

    Muzaffarnagar: A 11-year-old boy was allegedly sodomized by two youths after he consumed an alcoholic drink given by them, police said today. The accused have been identified as Zishan (20) and Abbas (21), they added. The incident took place yesterday in Rehmania colony when the victim was playing in a park where the youths approached him and took him to a jungle, they said. According to the complaint filed by the minor’s father, the youths allegedly took

  • Rajnath Singh

    Rajnath Singh hints no ITBP deployment with BSF in Jammu

    Jammu: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday indirectly denied reports about deployment of ITBP on the international border between India and Pakistan in Jammu region in addition to the BSF.

  • Jon Hamm wins best actor Emmy for ‘Mad Men’

    Los Angeles: Ending his eight years of quest, Jon Hamm finally won the outstanding actor in a drama series honour at the 2015 Emmy Awards for his portrayal of troubled ad man Don Draper in “Mad Men”.

  • Couple arrested for murdering relative in Punjab

    Batala (Punjab): A couple was today arrested on charges of murdering their relative over some property dispute at Bulpur village under Sri Hargobindpur police station, police said. Baljit Singh and his wife Jasbir Kaur were arrested for allegedly murdering the former’s younger brother Major Singh at Bulpur village on September 19, SHO Sri Hargobindpur, Shaminderjit Singh told reporters today. He said the couple and their son Gurpreet Singh allegedly killed Major Singh (45) with swords.A dispute over

  • Girl raped

    15-year-old girl abducted, gang-raped in Punjab

    Batala (Pb): A 15-year-old girl was allegedly abducted and gang-raped by three persons at Jaura Singha village here, police said today. According to the victim’s complaint, one Dharam Singh, a resident of the same village and two of his accomplices barged nto her house on the intervening night of September 17 and 18 when the girl and her grandmother were asleep, they said. The trio allegedly sprayed some chemical on the girl and her grandmother

  • Akhilesh Yadav

    Gr NOIDA CEO among 60 IAS, IPS officers transferred

    Lucknow: Akhilesh Yadav government has effected a major reshuffle involving over 60 IAS and IPS officers, including CEO of Greater NOIDA and SSP of Gautam Buddha Nagar.

  • Asaram Bapu

    Two men arrested for attacking former aide of Asaram

    Ahmedabad: Two persons have been arrested by the city Crime Branch for allegedly attacking a man who was earlier a follower of controversial self-styled godman Asaram, but later turned against him, police said today. “We have arrested Basav Raj and Sheetal Prajapati in the case of firing on Asaram’s former follower Raju Chandak in 2009 in Chandkheda area of the city,” a Crime Branch official said. Chandak, after the mysterious death of two cousins Dipesh

  • Chris Brown

    Chris Brown tightens concert security due to nasty fans

    Washington DC : It looks like there were more cops at Chris Brown’s concert than his fans as he recently increased the security at his concert in Concord because of the type of crowd he attracts. Insiders revealed that there were 40 cops patrolling the Concord Pavilion to ensure calm, along with 20 security guards from the venue, reports An official from Concord PD said that his department did its research and learned

  • Arun Jaitley

    Indian economy to outpace 7.3% growth of last fiscal: Arun Jaitley

    Hong Kong: Aiming to reap significant benefits from continuing reforms, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said all macroeconomic parameters including fiscal deficit and inflation appear positive and hoped that GDP growth would outperform 7.3 per cent rate of last year.

  • Pahlaj Nihalani bags Hindi film rights of ‘Puli’

    Chennai: Producer Pahlaj Nihalani has reportedly snapped the pan-India rights for the Hindi dubbed version of Tamil superstar Vijay-starrer “Puli”, which is slated for worldwide release on October 1. “The deal was signed last week. Nihalani has acquired the Hindi theatre rights of the film and plans to release it in nearly 2,000 screens. All the versions of the film will have a simultaneous release on October 1,” a source from the

  • Kamal Haasan to endorse textile showroom brand

    Chennai: If the grapevine is to be believed, actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan will, for the first time in his career, endorse textile showroom brand Pothys. An advertisement for the same may be shot here this week. “Actor-photographer Krisha will shoot this video in a special set. It will be a two-minute long advertisement and is likely to go on air very soon,” a source from the production team told IANS. In a career

  • Australian PM’s Malcolm Turnbull new ministry to be sworn-in today

    Sydney : Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s new ministry will be sworn-in by the Governor General in Canberra today. According to, more than 28 changes to personnel and ministerial responsibilities were made official. Nine of the new ministers and assistant ministers, including five in Cabinet and Defence Minister Senator Marisse Payne are all women. Former prime minister Tony Abbott’s loyalists, who were granted new jobs in the fresh look Turnbull ministry yesterday, praised the