Free Press Journal
  • Woman files 1st rape complaint in Murthal incident

    Sonipat (Har): Days after allegations of rape and molestation by Jat quota agitators near Haryana’s Murthal, a woman today came forward and registered a case of gangrape against seven people, including her brother-in-law, in connection with the incident.

  • Knock against Pakistan was learning curve for me: Kohli

    Mirpur (Bangladesh): Star India batsman Virat Kohli believes his match-winning 49-run knock against arch-rivals Pakistan, which helped his team successfully chase down a tricky total, was a great learning experience for him on how to build an innings in tough situations.

  • Karan Singh Grover seeks mythological inspiration

    Mumbai: Actor Karan Singh Grover, who was last seen onscreen in “Hate Story 3”, says while prepping for his upcoming film “3 Dev”, he studied mythology in detail and got inspired.

  • Congress remains soft on terrorists, hard on nationalists: Venkaiah Naidu

    New Delhi: Taking the ongoing debate on ‘nationalism and patriotism’ a step forward, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday alleged that the Congress Party has always been soft on terrorists and hard on nationalists, adding that the grand old party is playing with the nation’s safety and security.

  • BJP seeks probe in change of affidavits by UPA in Ishrat case

    New Delhi: Seeking to turn the heat on Congress, BJP today demanded a thorough probe into the alleged change of affidavits during the UPA rule in the Ishrat Jehan case and charged former Home Minister P Chidambaram with saving the accused.

  • Mallya’s USL exit: Kingfisher Airlines lenders to move DRT

    Mumbai: The consortium of 17 lenders to the long grounded Kingfisher Airlines have decided to move the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) against the airline Chairman Vijay Mallya to stake claim on the USD 75 million severance package he will be getting for quitting United Spirits (USL).

  • Kohli vs Amir is as exciting as my duel with Sachin: Shoaib

    Mirpur:  Eden Gardens to Centurion, Shoaib Akhtar has had many memorable on-field battles with Sachin Tendulkar and he feels that Mohammed Amir and Virat Kohli’s face-offs will also go down the cricket history as some of the epic duels.

  • Mehbooba Mufti

    Won’t take power unless for people’s peace, prosperity: Mehbooba

    Srinagar: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president, Mehbooba Mufti said on Sunday that her party would not assume the reins of power in Jammu and Kashmir unless it is certain that doing so would bring peace and prosperity to the common man.

  • Kohli fined for showing dissent

    Mirpur (Bangladesh): Explosive Indian batsman Virat Kohli was on Sunday fined 30 percent of his match fees for a Level 1 breach of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct during his side’s Asia Cup Twenty20 match against Pakistan here on Saturday evening.

  • Irani misled the nation, fit case for privilege motion: Azad

    Srinagar: Congress today said Union Minister Smriti Irani’s statement inside the Parliament over Rohith Vemula case had many contradictions and was a “fit case” for a privilege motion as she had “mislead” the nation.

  • Jat stir: Affected traders seek tax relief

    Rohtak: Traders here today sought tax relief and waiver of electricity bill from the state government in the wake of heavy damage to commercial establishments in the violence-hit district during the Jat quota agitation.

  • Truck drivers deny seeing alleged molestation at Murthal

    Chandigarh: Three truck drivers today denied having witnessed any incident of alleged molestation or rape of women during the pro-quota Jat agitation at Murthal in Sonipat district, Haryana police said today.

  • Cameraman dies while covering Thane familicide

    Thane: A cameraman working with a news channel today died of heart attack while covering the incident gruesome murders of 14 members of a family here, police said. The cameraman, identified as Ratan Radheshyam Bhowmik, went to Thane Civil Hospital in the morning to cover the incident.

  • Pookutty becomes first Asian to win Golden Reel Award

    Mumbai: Oscar-winning sound designer Resul Pookutty has made the country proud by becoming the first Asian to win the award for best sound for documentary “India’s Daughter” at the coveted Motion Picture Sound Editors’ 63rd annual Golden Reel Awards.

  • ‘Any deal on Syria must look after Israel’s security’

    Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday welcomed the ceasefire in Syria, yet stressed that any agreement on the future of the country must assure Israel’s security as well.

  • Kendall Jenner escapes car accident

    Milan: Model Kendall Jenner narrowly escaped being hit in a car mishap while in Italy for the Milan Fashion Week.