Free Press Journal
  • NIT Srinagar campus normal after clashes

    Srinagar/New Delhi : Classes at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) here, which was shut down on Friday following clashes between two groups of students, will resume from Monday as normalcy has been restored on the campus.

  • Mamata, Modi both want to crush all oppn: Rahul

    Niyamatpur (West Bengal) : Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday attacked West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying they wish to crush the entire opposition.

  • Dig at BJP on diluting land law in Gujarat

    New Delhi : Just four days after BJP President Amit Shah assured the Gujarat farmers in Surat last Sunday that they were at the centre of the party’s development agenda; they had the bitter taste of the state government acquiring powers to snatch away their land in the name of development.

  • Check on neta wealth: SC’s sorry to Ribeiro

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday agreed 100% with former top cop Julio Ribeiro on need to verify the politicians’ wealth, but it shied away from passing any order since it would amount to stepping onto Parliament’s domain.

  • Two top Maoist leaders arrested from Kolkata

    Kolkata : Two top Maoist leaders known to be close to the slain ultra-left leader Kishanji were arrested from the city by a Special Task Force of Kolkata Police on Saturday ahead of the first phase of Bengal assembly polls on April 4.      Acting on a tip-off, the STF arrested Bikash alias Manasram Hembram and his wife Tara, also known as Thakurmoni Bancharam, from the Brigade Parade ground in the heart of

  • Modi takes up UK visa issue with PM Cameron

    Washington : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has raised the issue of change in Tier-2 visa rules with British counterpart David Cameron, saying skilled IT professionals from India should not find it difficult to come to work in the UK.

  • US permits Sikh soldier to wear beard, turban

    Washington : In a landmark decision, the US military has granted decorated Sikh-American officer a long-term religious accommodation allowing him to continue serving while maintaining his articles of faith of keeping a beard and wearing a turban.

  • Trump doesn’t know much about foreign policy: Obama

    Washington : US President Barack Obama has questioned Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s foreign policy credentials, saying he doesn’t “know much” about the world.

  • ‘Jigra’ settles gangrape case for 30 maunds of wheat

    Islamabad : A gangrape case in Pakistan has been allegedly settled for 30 maunds (1 manund=Around 37 kg) of wheat by local elders, highlighting the grave travesty of justice in the country.

  • Abdeslam ‘chose’ not to blow himself up in Paris: Bro

    Paris: The suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, decided not to blow himself up during the wave of killings in the French capital last year, his brother has said, reports AFP.

  • Australian super funds still shy of buying Jaitley’s India story

    Sydney : As the Australian visit of India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley enters its concluding phase, a section of the media here is already lamenting the tepid reception given to him, while also doubting if he can inspire big Oz funds to invest in India.

  • US students appreciate Indian culture

    Indore : Four American students under NSLIY (National Security Language Initiative for Youth) completed the 10-month Hindi language learning course at Daly College (DC), on Saturday. They shared their experience and study of Indian culture.