Free Press Journal
  • Nityanand Rai apologises for his ‘warning’ to PM Narendra Modi’s dissenters

    Patna (Bihar): Bihar BJP chief Nityanand Rai, who warned of dire consequence to those pointing fingers against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Tuesday apologised for his statement. Expressing regret over his statement, the BJP leader told ANI, “My statement is being misquoted. It was just a sentence quoted from a phrase. If someone has been hurt then I express my regret and also apologies. I also take back my statement.”

  • Can Rahul Gandhi’s coronation as Congress president revive the fortunes of the Grand Old Party?

    Indian National Congress (INC) or more commonly known as Congress is a party which is more than 130 years old and has played an important role in India’s evolution from being the party which took part in freedom struggle to governing the Indian republic for close to 60 years since its independence, the Grand Old Party (GOP) now finds itself at crossroads and is unsure about what kind of legacy it wants

  • Union Health Ministry seeks report on Fortis dengue case

    Gurugram (Haryana): The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday ordered an inquiry into the Gurugram-based Fortis dengue case and sought a report in this connection. Union Health Minister J P Nadda has asked Health Secretary to probe the matter and said that action will be taken against those found guilty.

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    No nuclear strike in 2 months: Is Kim Jong-un unwell?

    Pyongyang: It seems like North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is not keeping well these days as the country has not launched any ballistic missile since last two months. North Korea, who staged repeated weapons tests in the recent past, has been noticeably quiet in the past 60 days, leading to fears about the health of its leader, says a report by News.com.au.

  • Never misused my position like Mallya: Robert Vadra

    New Delhi: Congress chief Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra on Tuesday cried foul after liquor baron Vijay Mallya drew parallels citing both of them were victims of political vendetta.

  • Click pics of illegally parked cars; get rewarded: Nitin Gadkari

    New Delhi: Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari today asked citizens to click picture of wrongly parked cars and send to authorities, while proposing a 10 per cent reward for them from Rs 500 fine imposed on the owner of the concerned vehicle.

  • Sensex moves in line with Asia, up 154 pts

    Mumbai: The Sensex struck a positive note on Tuesday by jumping 154 points, in keeping with firm Asian shares. Fresh capital kept the flow on in the wake of continued buying by domestic institutional investors amid positive global indicators.

  • Padmavati row: Man files FIR against BJP leader Suraj Pal Amu

    Gurugram (Haryana): A man from Gurugram on Tuesday filed an FIR against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Suraj Pal Amu for his comments on actress Deepika Padukone and filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali over film ‘Padmavati’.

  • Cabinet Committee will mull dates for winter session soon: Ananth Kumar

    New Delhi: Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ananth Kumar on Tuesday said a Cabinet Committee meeting will be held soon to fix the dates for winter session of Parliament. The Union Minister told ANI that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is committed to hold the winter session.

  • Mumbai Crime: Man arrested for molesting woman in a shopping mall

    Mumbai: In yet another case of molestation and perverted mindset, a 35-year-old Thane resident was arrested for allegedly molesting a saleswoman in a luxury goods store at Thane’s Viviana mall. Vartak Nagar police said the man, identified as Asif Sheikh, tried to drag the woman to one of the changing rooms but was stopped by other shoppers at the mall who alerted the security about the hideous act.

  • What left Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in tears at a recent function? Find out

    Mumbai: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, daughter Aaradhya and mother were at SMILE Train Foundation on Monday to meet and greet children. During the event, the actor got irritated by the chaos and screaming caused by the media, and requested them to stop to clicking pictures.

  • Samruddhi Mahamarg: How MSRDC is paving the way for Nagpur-Mumbai expressway

    With every passing day, Maharashtra’s ‘Samruddhi Mahamarg’ dream is coming closer to reality. As of now, the land acquisition process as well as tender for bidding of agencies are in progress. The execution responsibility of this project lies in the hands of Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC).

  • Supreme Court to hear arguments in Rohingya deportation case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear detailed arguments in connection with the Rohingya deportation case. In an October 13 hearing, the apex court had given more to all the parties in the case, and posted the matter for further hearing till November 21.