Free Press Journal
  • PM Narendra Modi satisfied with DBT implementation

    New Delhi: Addressing the 15th edition of the Mann ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed satisfaction over the successful implementation of Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme.

  • Ruckus at MCB meeting leaves six injured in Bulandshahar

    Bulandshahar : At least six people sustained injuries in a clash between two groups over the accusations of corruption on the Executive Officer (EO) of Municipal Corporation Board (MCB) in a meeting here on Saturday.

  • Vyapam scam: 2 imprisoned for forgery, cheating in first verdict

    India : Two persons were yesterday awarded with three years of rigorous imprisonment for cheating and forgery in first verdict in the high-profile Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board or ‘Vyapam’ scam.

  • Narendra Modi

    JD (U) to PM Narendra Modi: Work more, talk less

    New Delhi : Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address at the 15th edition of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on Sunday, the Janata Dal United JD (U) have asked him to work more and talk less.

  • Darbhanga double murder case: Bahera Police Station SHO suspended

    Darbhanga : Bahera Police Station SHO Ramashankar Singh was on Sunday suspended after a project engineer and assistant engineer of a private construction company were yesterday killed in Bihar’s Darbhanga district.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Congress alleges scam in Odd Even Formula, demands Kejriwal’s resignation

    Lucknow : The Congress Party on Sunday alleged that there is a scam going on in ‘Odd-Even formula’ put forward by the Delhi Government, and added that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal must take its responsibility and resign from his post.

  • Snowfall, Cold, Jammu Kashmir

    Kashmir Valley freezes, no respite in sight

    Srinagar: There might be no respite from the cold for people in the Kashmir Valley till Monday, the Met Office said here on Sunday.

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Sushma Swaraj to visit Silchar today

    Silchar : External Affairs Minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sushma Swaraj will today visit Silchar to boost the party’s chances in the State Assembly election going to be held next year.

  • Never say never again!

    Mumbai : Aircraft-carrier INS Viraat, which is expected to be decommissioned sometime next year, won the coveted ‘Cock Trophy’ during the Western Fleet Whaler Pulling Regatta, making it the last time the warship participated in the event. INS Viraat was declared overall winner team and awarded the Cock Trophy. In the keenly contested competition aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya emerged as runner-up. The winning ship will be called the ‘Cock Ship’ till the next regatta.

  • State Legislative Council polls today

    Mumbai: Political parties are taking no risks for the polls today to fill eight Legislative Council seats and have sent their corporators to ‘unknown’ locations – mostly resorts on the outskirts of the city – in a bid to keep the flock together. Though the Congress and the NCP have issued a whip to vote for Ashok (Bhai) Jagtap of Congress – the official candidate of the combine, presence of NCP’s Prasad Lad

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Go to court, if against DDCA probe: Arvind Kejriwa

    New Delhi : Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that if the Centre has any problem with the appointment of inquiry commission to probe alleged irregularities in DDCA, it should go to court and reiterated that the AAP government will not step back from its decision. “We will not back off our decision. If MHA has any problem with Delhi government’s notification to appoint Commission of Inquiry to probe alleged irregularities in DDCA,

  • Prince Charles can legally set off nukes: UK study

    London  : A new academic study into the legal rights of Prince Charles has revealed that the heir to the British throne has the authority to set off nuclear explosions without criminal punishment. John Kirkhope, a visiting research fellow at Plymouth University, studied UK legislation and government archives and deployed the Freedom of Information Act to unveil the legal privileges of Charles.

  • Dedicated bus lane at BKC to be ready by March

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority’s (MMRDA) pilot project to have dedicated bus lanes at the Bandra-Kurla-Complex (BKC) will kick off by March next year. The project is aimed to initiate dedicated bus lanes at various locations in the city and later implement the project across the city.