Free Press Journal
  • Adhir slams Mamata’s ‘police from US’ jibe

    Kolkata : Criticising Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her remark that the US should be asked to “supply forces” for upcoming polls in West Bengal, Congress leader Adhir Chowdhury said she and her party have turned the state into a laughing stock.

  • Criminal complaint against ex-GM of BEST

    Mumbai: A criminal complaint was lodged against former Gen-eral Manager Swadheen Kshatriya of the Bombay Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) for allegedly declaring false information and acquiring permission by wrongful means. An application by one Kam-lakar Shenoy was filed in the Metropolitan Magistrate Court at Mazgaon against Kshatriya. Shenoy has alleged that Khatriya with dishonest intention had misrepresented the appeal made by the BMC to ac-quire permissions from the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory

  • Agra tense as clip shows students eating ‘beef’

    Agra : Tension gripped Agra on Saturday after a video clip showing some students allegedly eating ‘beef’ in a hostel went viral on social media. However, the authenticity of the video was not ascertained by any official.

  • Prince Harry in Nepal on maiden visit, praises Gorkha soldiers

    Kathmandu : Britain’s Prince Harry arrived here on his maiden visit to Nepal to mark the 200th anniversary of the bilateral ties and called on Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli to discuss cooperation between the two nations.

  • Actor’s mystery death: insecticide bottle found

    Chalakkudy (Kerala) : A day after chemical tests revealed the presence of an insecticide in the body of actor-singer Kalabhavan Mani, Kerala Police on Saturday searched his 30-acre farmhouse near Chalakkudy in Thrissur district and found a few bottles — one of which is believed to be that of the toxic material.

  • Under fire, Vadra bats for jewellers

    New Delhi: Robert Vadra has expressed solidarity with jewellers who are protesting against imposition of one per cent excise on non- silver jewellery and said a solution should be found to the problems of small-time workers who are suffering due to the issue.
    Noting that it has been many days that the jewellers have been protesting, he said they should be heard. “I have understood and find it completely non practical, for small

  • Twitter facial analysis shows who is with Trump and Hillary

    New York :  A facial analysis of Twitter users by researchers has shown that while US president nominee Hillary Clinton enjoys substantial female support among politicians, there is good evidence that her support among average Democratic women has fallen sharply, accorind to a report by PTI.