Free Press Journal
  • Khaki shorts out for RSS, brown trousers in

    Nagaur (Rajasthan): Khaki shorts, the trademark dress for RSS cadres for 91 years, is out and is being replaced by brown trousers as the Sangh wants to move with the times.

  • Probe ordered into alleged special treatment to Nisham in jail

    Thiruvananthapuram: A probe has been ordered into allegations that special treatment was being provided by prison authorities to beedi baron Mohammed Nisham, convicted for killing a security guard in a fit of rage.

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    Amitabh Bachchan starrer Shoojit’s next titled ‘Pink’

    New Delhi: Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar’s next production venture starring Amitabh Bachchan finally has a title and its “Pink”. The 73-year-old “Wazir” actor revealed the titled of the project on his official blog.

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    Pak commentator granted Indian visa for only Delhi, Mumbai

    Lahore: Prominent cricket commentator Mohammad Idrees, who has been granted the Indian visa for Delhi and Mumbai, is puzzled as none of the two cities have any Pakistan matches scheduled in the upcoming World T20.

  • Innings against Proteas a learning curve: Dhawan

    Mumbai: Despite India losing their World Twenty20 warm-up game against South Africa, opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan believes his knock of 73 was a great learning experience which made him wiser.

  • Two killed, 3,000 displaced in Indonesian floods

    Jakarta: At least two people were killed, three went missing and around 3,000 forced to flee their homes as floods hit Indonesia’s Java province, official said on Sunday.

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    Kingfisher Airlines’ PF contributions to be probed: Dattatreya

    Hyderabad: Labour Ministry will soon launch an investigation into the provident fund contributions made by Kingfisher Airlines for its employees when the carrier was functioning, Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has said.

  • Railways to wash blankets after every use

    New Delhi: Smelly blankets may soon become a thing of past on trains, with the railways deciding to wash them after every use.

  • Mallya will return, clear his dues: Ex-Executive Kingfisher Airlines

    Mumbai: Coming out in support of embezzled businessman Vijay Mallya, Ex-Executive Director of Kingfisher Airlines Parvez Damania on Sunday said the liquor baron was not absconding from the country, and would soon return to sort out all the pending issues.

  • BJP to give calling attention notice against Azad in RS

    New Delhi: Amid the row over Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad drawing a parallel between the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is planning to give a calling attention notice against him in the Rajya Sabha.

  • Chinese Army spotted along LoC in Pak-occupied Kashmir

    Srinagar: After frequent incursions in Ladakh area, Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops have been spotted at forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) on the Pakistani side of Kashmir, ringing alarm bells in the security grid.

  • The Lil Flea 7th Edition – What you shouldn’t miss!

    With a glistening entrance welcoming foodies, shoppers and chilling enthusiasts at the ignition of summer sun, the Lil Flea is an elite chunk of festivity that has the power to drool the city. Spread over 3 days from the 11th to the 13th of March, with 200 stalls, they have something for everyone.

  • Snapdeal to hike salaries by 20 % for top performers

    New Delhi: E-commerce major Snapdeal will roll out annual salary hikes of 20 per cent and above for its top performers as part of its efforts to become a “meritocracy-led” organisation.

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    Environment ministry is no more a ‘roadblock’: Prakash Javadekar

    Mumbai : As a result of efforts on the ‘good governance’ front, the environment ministry has successfully brought down the time required for environmental clearances from average 600 days to 190 days, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said here on Saturday and added that this has done away with the ‘roadblock ministry’ tag of the department.

  • 15 obstacles removed from Biyabani

    * Launches major removal drive at Biyabani area  * 2 Poke land, 5 JCBs and 6 dumpers used in the drive.

  • Peace committee meet held

    Indore : In view of upcoming festivals especially Holi, the district administration has decided to keep a watch on the activities of revelers through cameras. No one would be allowed to break peace after taking intoxicants.