Free Press Journal
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    Gangrape at orphanage: HC raps CWC for failing to do its duty

    Mumbai: Upholding the conviction of three persons for gang-raping five mentally challenged girls in an orphanage run by them, the Bombay High Court has come down heavily on the state Child Welfare Committee (CWC) for failing to do its duty as a watchdog.

  • Gul Panag

    Gul Panag’s husband back from Brussels

    Mumbai: Actress Gul Panag has heaved a sigh of relief as her pilot husband, who was stuck at the Brussels airport following recent bomb blasts in the Belgian capital city, is back home.

  • BJP using nationalism to divert attention: Nitish

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday accused the BJP of deliberately promoting debate on nationalism to divert people’s attention from the main issue of India’s poor economic condition.

  • 5 killed, 50 injured in oil tanker-bus collision

    Jodhpur: Five pilgrims were killed and fifty people were injured when the bus they were travelling in collided with an oil tanker at Khara village in Jodhpur district on National Highway 15.

  • Kejriwal slams President’s Rule in Uttarakhand

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday slammed the imposition of President’s rule in Uttarakhand, saying the BJP desired to rule the entire country.

  • Tougher men less likely to be honest with doctors

    New York: Stop acting like a tough man and start facing the reality. A team of US researchers has found that most men on an average die five years earlier than women as they are less likely than women to go to a doctor.

  • Pregnant woman with doctor .

    Common plastic chemical ups risk of premature delivery

    New York: Pregnant women with higher blood levels of a common plastic chemical used in the coatings of food containers are more likely to deliver their babies early compared with women with lower levels of that chemical, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

  • Female fish develops male organs, impregnates self

    London: In a rare finding, scientists have observed a female hybrid fish growing male reproductive organs, impregnating itself and then giving birth to offspring.

  • Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority

    PFRDA to train 75K people to drive NPS

    New Delhi: Pension fund regulator PFRDA proposes to train 75,000 people who will form a “totally committed” workforce for the implementation of government’s National Pension System.

  • Indian_National_Congress

    ‘Nervous’ PM Modi resorted to Prez rule: Congress

    New Delhi/ Dehradun (Uttarakhand): The Congress Party of Sunday trained guns on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the imposition of President’s Rule in Uttarakhand, saying that his government was ‘nervous’ that Chief Minister Harish Rawat would prove his majority in the floor test.

  • mamata banerjee

    Defeat CPI(M)-Congress unholy alliance: Mamata

    Baghmundi (WB): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today termed the alliance between the CPI(M) and Congress in the state as “unholy” and asked people to defeat it in the upcoming Assembly election as it has no “ideology”.

  • Prices Of Gold And Silver Rise On Global Cues

    Excise duty on jewellery: Jewellers not to withdraw strike

    New Delhi: Traders body CAIT and All India Bullion Jewellers and Swarnkar Federation (AIBJSF) today said they will not withdraw their strike till the time government rolls back the proposal to impose 1 per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

  • No plans to revive RK Films, says Kareena

    Mumbai: It’s been over 15 years since RK Films made any films and actress Kareena Kapoor Khan reveals as of now there are no plans of reviving the banner. Time and again there have been rumours that RK Films, the banner established by the late filmmaker Raj Kapoor, will be revived.

  • Shahrukh Khan

    SRK goes down his ‘Mohabbatein’ days

    New Delhi: Shahrukh Khan, this lazy Sunday went down his memory lane to think about the changes he has now after 16 years of ‘Mohabbatein’ release.