Free Press Journal
  • Judges bribery case: Supreme Court dismisses petition for SIT probe

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a public interest litigation urging a SIT (special investigation team) probe into the allegations of bribery against the top court’s judges, including Chief Justice Dipak Misra, holding that no such allegations figure in the CBI FIR cited in the petition.

  • Tonglen Meditation-I

    Tonglen meditation is done to enhance that feeling of really wishing others well. It is done to wish them to be free of pain.

  • Focus on remaining No. 1 Test team: Jinx

    Right now if we want to remain as number one in Tests. Every series is very important. We want to win each and every series. We know the conditions here.” Ajinkya Rahane.

  • Pujara: Concentration personified

     Kolkata : Dependable Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, who produced back-to-back big knocks in the Ranji Trophy, was concentration personified during a practice session ahead of the Test series against Sri Lanka.

  • tourism minister, KJ Alphons, Taj on lease controversy, taj mahal, taj, agra, adopt-a-heritage scheme

    Fully committed to sustainable development around Taj: UP to SC

    New Delhi : The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that it was “fully committed” to protecting the environment and ensuring sustainable development in and around the iconic Taj Mahal and the Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ).

  • Nadal pulls out of ATP Finals after Goffin defeat

    London : Rafael Nadal pulled out of the ATP Finals, admitting he had lost his fitness battle after crashing to defeat in three sets to David Goffin in a thrilling encounter.

  • Kerala Women’s panel chief denied permission to meet Hadiya

    Thiruvananthapuram : Kerala State Women’s Commission Chairperson M C Josephine today said she was denied permission to meet Hadiya, who is at the centre of a nation- wide controversy after her conversion to Islam and marriage with a Muslim man.

  • Sri Lanka focus on batting in training session

    Kolkata : The Sri Lankans had an extended practice session as they dropped in at the Eden Gardens one hour before schedule and trained for four hours ahead of the first Test against India.

  • Like Dalmiya, Kohli is also our hero: Kapil

    Kolkata : India’s first World Cup winning skipper Kapil Dev on Tuesday compared current captain Virat Kohli with the late Jagmohan Dalmiya, terming them heroes on and off the field.

  • opposing Hindutva is objecting to devpt: Yogi

    Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday attacked opposition parties, saying by opposing “Hindutva” they are objecting to “development” and “bhartiyata” (Indianness).

  • New video of Hardik surfaces

    Ahmedabad : A day after a purported sex video of Hardik Patel surfaced, another clip emerged on Tuesday inwhich a man resembling the Patidar quota stir spearhead is seen relaxing on a bed with two men and a woman. The man with a shaven head is seen drinking water while seated on the bed. Patel had tonsured his head in May this year with his supporters to protest against alleged police atrocities

  • Root tells Oz to ‘bring it on’

    Townsville : England captain Joe Root on Tuesday told Australia to “bring it on”, vowing to fight fire with fire as his team expect a hostile reception at next week’s first Ashes Test in Brisbane.

  • Red ‘cross marks’ in few Muslim societies trigger panic in Gujarat

     Ahmedabad : Panic gripped Muslim families in some pockets of a Hindu-dominated area here after they found red “cross marks” on the main gates of their societies on Sunday morning. An investigation, however, revealed that the marks were painted by the civic body’s sanitation staff. The city police swung into action after residents of one such society in Paldi area here wrote a letter on Monday to the Election Commission and the

  • Ravindra Jadeja can reclaim top spot

    Dubai : Ravindra Jadeja will have an opportunity to reclaim the top bowling and all-rounder spot in the ICC rankings when India take on Sri Lanka in the three- match Test series starting in Kolkata on Thursday.

  • US asks Pak to abolish harsh blasphemy laws

    US  suggested that Pak must undertake and report inquiry and prosecution of security forces who commit human rights violations.

  • Look at your career before commenting on MSD: Ravi

    Kolkata : India’s chief coach Ravi Shastri today once again extended unflinching support to Mahendra Singh Dhoni, saying those commenting on the two-time World Cup winning former skipper should look back at their own careers.