Free Press Journal
  • Action unconstitutional: Ram Gopal

    Lucknow : Expelled Samajwadi Party General Secretary Ram Gopal Yadav on Thursday dubbed the action against him as “unconstitutional” as it was taken unilaterally.

  • Arrest all my MPs, I don’t care: Mamata to Modi

    Kolkata : Demanding that the prime minister should apologise and resign taking responsibility for his “failure” on demonetisation, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today dared the Centre to arrest all the TMC MPs, charging the Modi government of pursuing “vendetta politics”.

  • New Year: Delhi likely to breathe uneasy

    New Delhi : The new year is likely to be greeted by ‘very poor’ quality air in the national capital with relatively windy conditions poised to prevent any major build up of suspended particulates, SAFAR today forecast.

  • 10 dead in J’khand mine cave-in, probes ordered

    Ranchi/New Delhi : At least 10 miners were killed and several others feared trapped after a cave-in in a coal mine in Jharkhand’s Godda district, officials said on Friday.

  • Sisodia’s camp office burgled

    New Delhi : The camp office of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia was allegedly burgled by unidentified persons last night, which prompted him to accuse the Centre of “failing” to maintain law and order situation in the national capital.

  • Indore: Police registered a case of attempted molestation, two booked

    Indore: Police registered a case of attempted molestation, beating and threatening to kill against a school operator and his associate. According to the police, the case was registered against Dinesh Verma of Gulmohar Ka Bagicha and Asish Rai of Triveni Nagar on the complaint from a woman. The woman told the police that the accused ran a school out of Bichhobai Dharmashala in Shivmoti Nagar and her husband was employed there as

  • Twist in AP tale as Khandu claims support of 49 MLAs

    Itanagar : As a fresh political drama unfolded in Arunachal Pradesh after Chief Minister Pema Khandu was suspended from PPA along with six other MLAs; his government, on Friday, claimed majority support and the BJP backed him but the ruling party said there will be change in leadership.

  • Set up new jail to solve overcrowding woes: Bombay HC to State

    Mumbai: Expressing concern over overcrowding in jails, the Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra Government to establish a new prison with kitchen and other facilities which would solve the problem of space constraint.

  • Beaten up several times after surgical strikes: Fisherman

    Vadodara : One of the fishermen released from a Pakistan jail has claimed that inmates were “beaten up” on several occasions in the aftermath of the surgical strikes conducted by India across LoC.

  • Auction to turn 20 major stations into world class

    New Delhi : The Railway Ministry has identified 20 major stations in the heart of cities for auctioning next month for private investments to turn them into world class without putting pressure on its own strained finances.

  • Mumbai: Railways gear up for heavy rush on New Year’s eve

    Mumbai: With New Year’s eve falling on a weekend, the railways are anticipating heavy rush of revellers and hence security at all the major railway stations will be beefed up on December 31.

  • Indore: Integrating modes for cashless transactions

    Indore: Serving people at odd hours and offering them food packages, entrepreneurs Rohit Dawesar, Anand Varandani, Raghuraj Singh and Anil Varandani started a cafe where youngsters living away from their family can hangout.

  • MPs rap new US sanctions

    Moscow:  The outgoing US government’s new sanctions against Russia were like the “death throes of political corpses”, a Russian parliamentarian said on Friday, reports IANS. Russia needs to consider the circumstances of the transition period in the US and a possible reaction of US President-elect Donald Trump before taking any retaliatory steps, Xinhua news agency quoted Konstantin Kosachev, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Russia’s Federation Council, as saying.

  • Syria truce holds despite reports of isolated violence

    Damascus : A nationwide ceasefire was holding across most of Syria but clashes near Damascus underlined the fragility of the deal brokered by Turkey and Russia, reports AFP. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said government and rebel forces were fighting in the Wadi Barada area, where opposition fighters have cut water supplies to the capital.