Free Press Journal
  • Child born in train toilet slips onto tracks but survives

    Bareilly (UP): In a miracle of sorts, a newborn delivered by a Nepalese woman inside the toilet of a moving train slipped through the pipe onto the tracks but survived unscathed at Bhojipura Railway station here.

  • Kirti Azad targets more politicians

    New Delhi: Suspended BJP MP Kirti Azad today targetted more politicians, including party MP and BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, involved in cricket governance and claimed the SFIO probe report had recommended “prosecution” of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the DDCA affairs.

  • Rape case

    Minor’s gang-rape: Army promises strict action

    Kolkata: The army on Wednesday promised “strict disciplinary action” against two soldiers who allegedly gang-raped a minor girl on a moving train.

  • AAP levels fresh allegations against Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi: Continuing its offensive against him, AAP today alleged that Arun Jaitley, in his capacity as President of DDCA in 2011, had “pressurised” the then Police Commissioner to “close” an investigation involving a cricket club of a private bank.

  • Jaya lays foundation stone for construction of school bldgs

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today laid the foundation stone for construction of training centres, student hostels, scientific laboratories, and libraries at a total cost of Rs 401.14 crore across the State.

  • Uttarakhand BJP to get new chief tomorrow, ex-CMs in fray

    Dehradun: The BJP state unit will get a new chief tomorrow as the three-year term of incumbent Tirath Singh Rawat has expired and the party looks to prepare for the 2017 Assembly elections.

  • Odd-even: CM asks volunteers to be polite

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today warned volunteers, who will be deployed for the odd-even scheme, against “arguing or misbehaving” with people and to focus on “changing hearts” by resorting to polite tactics like handing over flowers to violators.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Maha Cabinet expansion deferred due to differences within Sena

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ plan to expand his cabinet was deferred after BJP’s ruling partner Shiv Sena could not finalise the names of their nominees for the two vacant berths in their quota.

  • Navy successfully test fires Barak-8 long range missile

    Mumbai: In a boost to India’s maritime prowess, the Navy today successfully test-fired the nearly 70 KM range Surface to Air Missile Barak 8 from INS Kolkata, paving the way for installation of the system, developed jointly by India and Israel, on board country’s frontline warships.

  • Council polls: Cong wins 3, Sena 2, others bag 1 seat each

    Mumbai: Major political parties retained their respective strength in Maharashtra Legislative Council after the recent round of elections to seven local authorities constituencies the results of which were declared today.

  • Farm activist alleges scam in loan disbursement to farmers

    Mumbai : A prominent farm activist from Maharashtra has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging a scam in the disbursement of money to farmers by nationalised as well as cooperative banks to show achievement of targets for priority agro-sector lending.