Free Press Journal
  • UP will never impose its trust on ‘adopted son’, Mayawati taunts PM Modi

    Fatehpur : Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Friday taunted Prime Minister Narendra Modi for calling himself to be the ‘adopted son’ of Uttar Pradesh and said that the people of the state would never impose their trust on him despite all dramatic claims.

  • SC rejects plea seeking direction to give equal respect to national song

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday rejected the plea filed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and senior Supreme Court advocate Ashwini Upadhyay seeking direction to give equal respect to the national song as given to the national anthem.

  • I-T dept to issue ‘non-statutory’ letters in case of no reply

    New Delhi: Over Rs 4.5 lakh crore worth of suspicious deposits by 18 lakh people are under “verification” by the I-T department, which will send “non-statutory” letters to those who have not responded to SMS and e-mail queries.

  • Japan launched mobile to medals campaign for 2020 Olympics

    Your old phone could be destined for Olympic greatness. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has started accepting the electronic waste to help to produce the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals for the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.

  • Texas state backs Donald Trump’s travel ban

    Houston: Texas has become the first US state to support President Donald Trump’s travel ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations, defending his controversial executive order as a move to protect America. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief with the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday in support of the US Department of Justice.

  • BMC Elections: BJP mocks Shiv Sena through ‘Khau Sena’

    With only 4 days left for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections, the war between Shiv Sena and BJP has intensified more. After the alliance breakup of Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), both parties are involved in war of words.

  • Graft case: TV actor Anuj Saxena sent to 3-day police custody

    New Delhi: TV actor Anuj Saxena was today sent to three-day CBI custody by a special court in connection with a graft case in which co-accused and senior bureaucrat B K Bansal and his entire family committed suicide last year.

  • Why did 11 Asha Kiran home inmates die, Delhi HC asks AAP govt

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court today asked the AAP government to inform it about the reasons behind the death of 11 patients at a home for mentally retarded in a span of two months and the steps they have taken in the matter so far.

  • Mahila Raj in Mumbai for BMC poll 2017

    Mumbai: The Brihan Mumbai Corporation poll was on  21st February 2017 in Mumbai. The BMC was having a 227 seat in which 114 seat was reserved for women’s candidate. In open categories 60 per cent women was electing from different wards in Mumbai. That means again women’s will be ruled in BMC.

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    Despite fall, GDP will bounce back sharply: RBI Governor

    New Delhi: Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel today said India’s economic growth will make a “sharp V” recovery following the recall of old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. Patel also made a strong case for continuing with globalisation even in the face of a potential shift to trade protectionism under US President Donald Trump as India has benefited from open trade.

  • Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossing sealed at Torkham

    Islamabad: Pakistani authorities have sealed the Torkham border crossing with Afghanistan for an indefinite period in the wake of a terror attack at a shrine in Sindh province that killed at least 72 people, the media reported on Friday.

  • Pakistan: UN condemns deadly terror attack on Sufi shrine

    United Nations: The United Nations today condemned the terrorist attack inside a crowded Sufi shrine in Pakistan’s Sindh province that left over 75 people dead and called for the perpetrators to be brought to justices swiftly.