Free Press Journal
  • Opposition slams CM Naidu for Kapu agitation

    Vijayawada – Leaders from the opposition parties in Andhra Pradesh on Monday cornered Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu over the violent protests by the Kapu community, saying that the latter must fulfill promise made to the community prior to polls.

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    National Pension System Service Week begins today

    New Delhi – The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) is observing National Pension System Service Week from today to attract more subscribers towards government pension plans.

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    Kapu community protestors set police station ablaze

    Tuni (Andhra Pradesh) – Protesters from Kapu community, who are demanding inclusion of their caste into the backward class, set a police station on fire in Tuni city of Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district yesterday night.

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    Will Smith confirms return to music

    London – Will Smith is making a musical comeback, over 10 years after he released his last album.

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    Over 500,000 signatures back Greek islanders for Nobel prize

    Athens – More than half a million people have put their names to an online petition calling for Greek islanders on the frontline of Europe’s migrant crisis to be awarded the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.

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    Islamic State bombings near Syria Shiite shrine kill 71

    Beirut – Bombings claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group have killed 71 people and wounded dozens more near a revered Shiite shrine outside the Syrian capital Damascus, a monitor said.

  • Netaji gold tooth may be in ashes in Tokyo: website

    The file released by the Indian Government revealed that Colonel Rehman had put a gold-plated tooth belonging to Netaji given to him by Japanese officials after the cremation in the urn containing the ashes (more…)

  • Ryan Death : Delhi Government Seeks Safety Report From All Schools

    New Delhi : Amid growing outrage over the death of a six-year-old boy at a private school, the Delhi government on Sunday ordered all schools to file “safety report” within a month, saying arrogant and insensitive behaviour will not be tolerated.

  • Yashwant Sinha backtracks on Modi-Indira jibe

    New Delhi : Senior BJP leader Yashwant  Sinha on Sunday contended his remarks in Goa on Saturday had been “completely misunderstood” and misinterpreted but the comments he made at a conference indicated that he was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, without naming him. At a panel discussion in the ‘Difficult Dialogues’ conference in Dona Paula on Saturday, Sinha was quoted as having said: “The people of India will consign him to the

  • RSS= Ready for Selfless Service, says Naidu

    Hyderabad: Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday defended the RSS from Congress attack, saying it is the “most upright and patriotic” organisation in the country and dubbed it as “Ready for Selfless Service”.  Naidu also alleged that by not allowing Parliament to function, the Congress was not stopping the Modi government but “creating hurdles” in the country’s development. Taking on the Congress in a blistering attack, Naidu accused it of doing

  • Hardik writes to CM, threatens fresh agitation

    Ahmedabad : Patel quota leader Hardik Patel has threatened to launch another round of agitation for reservation under OBC category and accused the Gujarat government of “failing” to resolve the main issue.

  • Kiran Bedi’s husband dead

    Gurgaon : Brij Bedi, the husband of Kiran Bedi, India’s first woman IPS officer, died at a hospital here on Sunday after a brief illness, doctors said.

  • Punjab rues absence of Sikh Regiment at R-Day parade!

    Chandigarh : The controversy over the exclusion of the Sikh Regiment from the Republic Day parade in Delhi refuses to settle down, with Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday describing the episode as “sad and regrettable” in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and saying that the community was “hurt”. Even Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh echoed the same sense of regret and termed it as a “grave omission”. “Particularly