Free Press Journal
  • Space mission 2022: ISRO displays space suit and gives details about the capsule

    The Indian Space Research Organisation displayed a space suit by agency. The suit was displaced at the launch of the sixth edition of Bengaluru Space Expo. The colour of the suit is orange and it took over two years to get completed at Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Thiruvananthapuram. Talking more about the suit, it can hold up to one oxygen cylinder which can give 60 minutes of oxygen to an astronaut.

  • No development in Gandhi family bastion: Smriti Irani

    Rae Bareli: Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani attacked the Gandhi family on Friday for the “lack of development” in its electoral stronghold. UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi represents Rae Bareli in the Lok Sabha and Congress president Rahul Gandhi holds the adjacent Amethi seat, where Irani herself contested unsuccessfully in 2014.

  • Piyush Goyal pushes Indian Railways to rename IRCTC, after he had difficulty in recalling it’s name

    Almost every traveller in India knows about IRCTC. This Indian Railways ticket booking company is a crucial first step for all those who prefer going online to buy tickets or check for updates. However, we think Union Minister Piyush Goyal didn’t like the name of this travelling company. The union minister recently asked Indian Railways officials to come up with a new catchy name for IRCTC because even he faces hardship in

  • Provide fitness certificate then resume work: Congress to Goa CM Manohar Parrikar

    Panaji: The Congress met Friday Goa Governor Mridula Sinha and demanded her intervention to stop “collapse” of the administration in the BJP-ruled state in view of frequent absence of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and hospitalisation of his two Cabinet colleagues. The main Opposition party said Parrikar should provide a fitness certificate before joining work. The party said while the nature of CM’s illness is not known, two other ministers are in hospitals with

  • Delhi, Delhi High court, attacks on lawyer, Delhi police, Delhi High court's notice to delhi government and delhi police

    Delhi High Court seeks governments response on vacant posts of teachers

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice to the Delhi government on a plea seeking filling of vacant posts of teaching and non-teaching staff in schools across the national capital. A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V. Kameswar Rao asked Delhi Government to file its response and listed that matter for further hearing on November 2.

  • Air India plane lands on under construction runway, gets stuck; See pictures

    In an incident, an Air India plane landed on under constructed runway in Maldives and got stuck there. According to reports flight AI 263 landed at the non-operational runway at Male Velana International Airport on Friday. And it was flying from Thiruvananthapuram to Male, all the passengers and crew are safe.

  • Delhi: Two suspected ISJK terrorists arrested near Red Fort

    New Delhi: Two suspected terrorists, affiliated to the Islamic State in Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK) organisation, were arrested from near the Red Fort by the Delhi Police’s Special Cell, police said on Friday. The duo, from Shopian in Kashmir, were identified as Parvez (24) and Jamshid (19). They were arrested from the Jama Masjid bus stop near the Red Fort, said P S Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell). They were boarding

  • Sensex builds on gains for 2nd day as Re recovers; auto leads rally

    Mumbai: Markets remained in better form for the second straight session Friday, with the Sensex closing over 147 points higher as auto shares zoomed on sustained buying by domestic institutional investors amid the rupee staging a recovery.

  • Pakistan government removes minority economist from advisory council

    Islamabad: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government on Friday asked renowned economist Atif R. Mian, who belongs to the persecuted and minority Muslim sect Ahmadi, to step down from the Economic Advisory Council (EAC) following mounting pressure from religio-political parties against his appointment. Atif Mian, a Princeton University economist, had been appointed to the EAC last week and has agreed to resign, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry tweeted on Friday. A replacement will be