Free Press Journal
  • Ramjas Principal urges students to respect each other’s ideas

    New Delhi : Ramjas College Principal Rajendra Prasad on Monday urged the students not to get involved in any activity which would spoil the college’s image and asked them to respect each other’s space and ideas.

  • Punjab court orders release of INLD leaders

    Chasndigarh, Leaders of Haryana’s INLD were ordered to be released by a court in Punjab’s Rajpura town on Monday. Those released included INLD Secretary General Abhay Chautala, state INLD President Ashok Arora, two MPs, 18 legislators and 73 others.

  • Nursery admission row: Delhi HC dismisses AAP government’s appeal

    New Delhi, The Delhi High Court today dismissed the AAP government’s appeal against a single judge’s interim order staying its new nursery admission norms based on the neighbourhood criterion. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal directed the single judge to decide the petitions expeditiously.

  • Cop mocked by Shobhaa De for obesity to be treated in Mumbai

    Last week columnist Shobhaa De cracked a joke on Twitter, the tweet said “Heavy police bandobast in Mumbai today!”, in which she attached a picture of obese policeman. The tweet led online uproar on social media. It took no time for this incident to become national news. During this online viral picture Mumbai police said that the cop in the tweet doesn’t work for them. Later on it turned out that, the

  • UP Assembly polls: Delhi HC refuses to release Mukhtar Ansari for poll campaign

    New Delhi, The Delhi High Court on Monday refused to release gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari on parole for canvassing in the ongoing Uttar Pradesh polls. Justice Mukta Gupta allowed the plea of the Election Commission (EC) which moved the high court challenging a trial court’s order granting bail to Ansari till March 4 to campaign.

  • Enforcement Directorate issues fresh summons to Zakir Naik

    Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued fresh summons, also possibly the last, to controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik in connection with its money laundering probe case against him and others.

  • Oscars 2017: Mahershala Ali wins best supporting actor award for Moonlight

    Los Angeles: Mahershala Ali made history by becoming the first Muslim to win an acting Oscar as he was honoured with the best supporting actor trophy for his riveting turn as an empathetic drug dealer, who takes a fatherless young boy under his wing in “Moonlight.

  • Slain Indian techie’s body to reach Hyderabad

    Hyderabad, The body of Hyderabad techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was shot dead in the US in suspected hate crime, will arrive here on Monday night. The Ministry of External Affairs has made arrangements to bring the mortal remains of Kuchibhotla after Adam W. Purinton, a former Navy serviceman, killed him and injured Alok Madasani at a bar in Kansas state on February 22 night.

  • Beyond the Moon and Mars

    NASA is planning to put astronauts on a test flight that will take them farther into the solar system 

  • Living with nature good for your mental health

    London: People living in neighbourhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress, a new study claims. The study, involving hundreds of people, found benefits for mental health of being able to see birds, shrubs and trees around the homes, whether people lived in urban or more leafy suburban neighbourhoods.