Free Press Journal
  • Prayer

    How, being a Yogi, can you pray to God, when you don’t know your own personality?

  • Opposition says its voice is being muzzled, boycotts RS

    The Chairman (M Venkaiah Naidu) had adjourned the House till 2 PM on Monday    when the Samajwadi Party members raised slogans in the well over alleged encounter killings by the Uttar Pradesh Police and AAP members protesting at rampant sealing of the commercial establishments in the capital.

  • RS Chairman justifies longer adjournment

    New Delhi : Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu justified longer adjournments of the House “to protect image and credibility of the institution,” three hours after the Opposition boycotted the House accusing him of not allowing the members to raise the issues of public concern.

  • Govt racing against time but PM relaxed

    New Delhi : The Government is racing against time. The budget session of Parliament ends on Friday and before that it has to complete the first round of discussion on the Union Budget, so as to send the demands to the standing committees for the ministry-wise closed-door scrutiny.

  • Oil tanker with 22 Indian sailors released by pirates

    New Delhi/Mumbai: An oil tanker with 22 Indians on board that went missing off the coast of Benin in West Africa on February 1 has been found, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Tuesday.

  • Bail a rule, prison an exception: SC

    New Delhi : Incarceration of a large number of people that too for a long period due to denial of bail is not good for criminal jurisprudence or society, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said, urging the judges to show a compassionate and “humane attitude” while passing custody orders.

  • Maldives SC revokes order to free high-profile prisoners

    Male : Maldives’ Supreme court on Tuesday revoked an order to release nine high-profile political prisoners, hours after former president Mohamed Nasheed sought India’s military intervention to resolve the ongoing political crisis in his country following declaration of emergency by President Abdulla Yameen and arrest of two top judges.

  • India eyes history

    Set sights on 3-0 lead against depleted South Africa

  • Don’t want Delhi to become a model of change for others: SC

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Tuesday observed that Delhi should not become a model of change for the entire country as the national capital was grappling with “terrible problem” of air pollution.

  • Rafale deal is a scam: Cong’

    New Delhi : The Congress on Tuesday pounced at Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s refusal in the Rajya Sabha to disclose the details of the Rafale fighter aircraft deal with France. It further alleged that the deal is a “huge scam” and accused the Modi government of compromising national interests and national security.

  • India women look to seal series against Proteas

    Kimberley : Dominant in the series-opener, the Indian women’s cricket team would now look to seal the issue when it takes on South Africa in the second ODI of the three- match series, here on Wednesday.

  • Hero MotoCorp profit rises on higher sales

    Mumbai : Two-wheeler major Hero MotoCorp posted a 4.3 per cent rise in net profit to Rs805 crore during the quarter ended December 2017 on the back of higher sales particularly in its scooter segment.

  • Sibal turns PM remark in Davos on its head

    New Delhi :A law cannot be declared unconstitutional just because it can be misused, Justice Chandrachud said on Tuesday during the hearing in the Aadhaar case.

  • PNB profit jumps 11% as NPA burden eases

    New Delhi : State-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB) on Tuesday posted an 11.06 per cent increase in net profit at Rs 230.11 crore for the quarter ended on December 31, 2017.

  • Sindhu leads India to 3-2 win over Hong Kong

    Alor Setar (Malaysia) : Olympic silver- medallist P V Sindhu led the women’s team to a thrilling 3-2 win over Hong Kong as India made a positive start in the Asia badminton Team Championship here on Tuesday.

  • Assange loses appeal to overturn UK arrest warrant

    London : In a setback to Julian Assange, a British court on Tuesday ruled that an UK arrest warrant against the Wikileaks founder was still valid, signalling that he could be arrested if he tries to leave the Ecuadorian embassy here where he has been holed up since 2012.

  • Victims push for accountability after latest Nassar sentence

    Charlotte : The worst sex-abuse case in sports history ended with a third long prison sentence for Larry Nassar, and his victims vowed to keep fighting for accountability in the scandal that upended the gymnastics world and raised alarms about the sport’s ask-no-questions culture.