Free Press Journal
  • Nashik: Angry relatives vandalise hospital

    Nashik: The Trimbakeshwar Rural hospital was vandalized by angry relatives after their child was announced dead on arrival on Tuesday night in Nashik district.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj

    Get Rid of Sick Mentality

    September 2016 saw worst outbreak of dengue, chikungunya and malaria in India’s capital city Delhi with death toll rising to 19 (till sept 20) even as the number of cases of the vector-borne disease had crossed 1,300. These figures have once again posed a serious question for our society that why is it so that despite the advancement in science and technology, there is an upsurge in diseases everywhere ? Who is to

  • BJP man places Rs 11 lakh bounty on Mamata head

    New Delhi/Kolkata : Major political parties including BJP condemned as “barbaric” a saffron youth wing leader’s offer of a Rs 11 lakh bounty on the head of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with his remark setting off an uproar in Parliament.

  • BJP keen on protecting cows not women: Jaya Bachchan

    New Delhi : Expressing anguish over BJP’s youth wing leader Yogesh Varshney’s comments offering a reward of Rs. 11 lakh for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s head, Samajwadi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan on Wednesday said that the saffron party was keen on protecting cows but not women.

  • Congress-led Oppn meets Prez over EVM tampering

    NEW DELHI : Two days after petitioning the Election Commission, top leaders of the Opposition led by Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday met President Pranab Mukherjee to apprise him of the alleged tampering of the electronic voting machines (EVMs) and urged him to save democracy from the fraud in the machine

  • UP CM transfers 20 IAS officers

    Lucknow : In its first major bureaucratic reshuffle, the Yogi Adityanath government today transferred 20 senior IAS officers, shunting out Principal Secretary (Information) Navneet Sehgal and others who wielded considerable influence under the Akhilesh Yadav dispensation.  Sehgal has been divested of all charge and replaced by UP cadre IAS officer Avanish Kumar Awasthi, who was relieved by the Centre following a request by Chief Minister Yogi Aditaynath after he took oath on

  • Now, FIR against ScoopWhoop founder for sexual harassment

    New Delhi : A former employee of ScoopWhoop has alleged that she was sexually harassed by a co-founder of the online news portal, weeks after TVF’s Arunabh Kumar was booked by Mumbai Police on similar charges.

  • ED cracks down on Vadra’s close aides

    CHENNAI : The Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducted searches on premises of two persons in connection with a money laundering probe in the Bikaner land deal case.Officials said the ED raided at least three locations in Faridabad near here.

  • Dalai Lama’s visit negatively impacts border dispute: China

    Beijing : China on Wednesday warned India that the Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh will have “negative impact” on the settlement of the border dispute and accused New Delhi of violating its commitment on the Tibet issue.

  • Supergiant Samson

    “It is one of the special days of my life but every cricketer here dreams to play for India. Indian team is the world’s best and to get into it, you have to do something special. I am happy that I played one big innings but there is a long way to go,” said the 22-year-old Samson.

  • ‘Money meant for poor going somewhere else’

    New Delhi ; The Supreme Court expressed “shock” that the money, meant for the welfare of construction workers across the nation, and which was supposed to go to the poorest people of the country was going “somewhere else”.

  • KXIP taking a cue from best-ever 2014 campaign: Wriddhiman Saha

    The best part about both KXIP wins has been their total dominance. “That’s a big plus point and something that was on full display in the last two matches. We have won in 15-16 overs. A big plus for the side,” said Saha.

  • Eight hostages held by Somali pirates freed: Coast Guard

    Mogadishu : Somalia security forces on Wednesday freed eight sailors who had been taken ashore by pirates after they were chased off a hijacked Indian ship earlier this week, a coast guard official said. “The eight hostages were freed without fighting. The security forces overwhelmingly besieged them and the pirates tried to flee, but three of them were captured,” Abdirashid Mohamed Ahmed, deputy commander of the maritime force in Somalia’s Galmudug state

  • ‘Midas’ KXIP take on Ex-champs

    Kolkata : Two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders would be wary of a transformed and formidable Kings XI Punjab in their Indian Premier League face-off at the Eden Gardens here today.

  • Class 12 book says ‘36-24-36’ is the best female body shape

    New Delhi  : Excerpts from a Class XII Physical Education textbook defining 36-24-36 as the “best body shape for females” have created an outrage on social media with critics demanding that the text be withdrawn.

  • Pak, India ‘cannot remain enemies forever’: Pak NSA

    Islamabad : Accusing India of “defeating the spirit of bilateralism” by defying talks over the Kashmir issue, Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Nasser Janjua has said that the two neighbours “cannot remain enemies forever” and they need to engage and resolve their disputes.

  • Spicer apologises for Hitler ‘didn’t use chemical arms’ claim

    Washington : White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has apologised for his “insensitive” remarks during a press briefing when he said Adolf Hitler, who gassed millions during the Holocaust, did not use chemical weapons against his own people.

  • Eden Garden ready for opening ceremony

    Kolkata : Bollywood starlet Shraddha Kapoor is set to sizzle at the Eden Gardens as the city gears up to host its IPL opening ceremony before the start of the match between Kolkata Knights Riders and Kings XI Punjab today.

  • Hindu Yuva Vahini activists thrash interfaith couple

    Meerut : Members of the Hindu Yuva Vahini founded by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath barged into a house and allegedly roughed up a Muslim man and a woman belonging to another faith after they were found together.

  • Art of Living Yamuna festival damage cost Rs 42 crore

    New Delhi : It would take Rs 42.02 crore and a decade for the ecological rehabilitation of the Yamuna floodplains from adverse damages caused by the Art of Living’s (AoL) World Culture Festival, says the report of an expert committee.