Free Press Journal
  • Suicide car bombing in central Turkey kills 13 soldiers

    Istanbul: Thirteen Turkish soldiers were killed and dozens more wounded today in a suicide car bombing targeting off-duty conscripts blamed on Kurdish militants, the latest in a string of attacks to rock Turkey in recent months.

  • CBI arrests two RBI officials in currency conversion case

    New Delhi: CBI has arrested two employees of cash department of Reserve Bank of India in Bengaluru in connection with alleged conversion of Rs 1.99 crore of demonetised currency with specified bank notes of Rs 2,000 and Rs 100.

  • Chennai Test: India reach 60-0 at stumps on Day 2

    Chennai: Openers KL Rahul and Parthiv Patel produced a calm and composed performance as India reached 60 for no loss at stumps on the second day of the fifth and final dead-rubber Test against England at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Saturday.

  • Modi can’t run away from accountability: Rahul Gandhi

    Belagavi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi cannot run away from his accountability on demonetisation and that the Congress would “extract an answer” from him.

  • Nobody understands what I feel when subjected to brutality: Kangana Ranaut

    New Delhi: Actress Kangana Ranaut, who got involved in a legal battle with actor Hrithik Roshan earlier this year, spoke her heart out while sharing her “part of the story” of their alleged romance. She says that she felt naked when her letters were exposed and also that nobody understands what she feels as a woman during tough times.

  • Maharashtra, Milk Crisis, Maharashtra Milk Crisis, Diary Owners, Kisan Sabha, Milk dairies, Milk prices, Milk producing farmers

    Centre focuses on raising milk output to boost farmer income

    Bhopal: With an aim to double the income of farmers, the Centre is working on a plan to raise the milk production in the country to 242 million tonnes from the present 155 million tonnes in the next few years, a top official has said.

  • Egypt denies Osama bin Ladens son entry

    Cairo: Security officials at Cairo International Airport say Omar bin Laden, son of the former leader of al-Qaida Osama bin Laden, has been denied entry to the country and was deported to Turkey.

  • Demonetisation: 50 days will give relief for 50 years- Amit Shah

    Shahjahanpur: Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah on Saturday said that government understand people’s difficulty due to demonetisation of higher currency notes, but these 50 days will provide relief from black money for the coming 50 years.

  • Mumbai: Kharghar API suspended for dereliction of duty in assault case

    Nagpur: Maharashtra MoS for Home Ranjit Patil today suspended an Assistant Police Inspector for dereliction of duty in an assault case in which a 10-month-old girl was brutally beaten up by the caretaker of a play school-cum-day care centre, after the issue was raised in the state assembly.

  • Free shopping weekend at Brand Factory in Mumbai

    Mumbai: A huge mob has been waiting outside Brand Factory store to enjoy a grand sale of fashion discount promoted Future lifestyle Fashion discount on Friday for a three day free shopping.

  • Aamir Khan’s Dangal declared tax free in Uttar Pradesh

    Aamir Khan’s highly anticipated film Dangal is releasing in a few days and fans have been eagerly waiting for this sports biopic. There is indeed good news for the fans in Uttar Pradesh as Aamir Khan’s upcoming film has been declared tax free.