Free Press Journal
  • Delhi: Man claims ‘ghost’ made him chop daughter’s ear

    New Delhi: A man allegedly chopped off his daughter’s ears and claimed that a “ghost” threatened to take her away if he did not follow the orders. According to the police, the accused identified as Amrit Bahadur, 35, has been arrested.

  • Delhi: Man stabs wife 35 times suspecting of having an affair, injures son too

    A 36-year-old woman was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband at their home in northeast Delhi’s Dilshad Garden. According to Police, the woman was stabbed almost 35 times with a knife and she died on the spot. Meanwhile, when the couple’s 15-year-old son went to save his mother, his father allegedly attacked him as well. The boy suffered stab wounds in his hand. He was admitted to Guru Teg Bahadur Shastri

  • 8-year-old falls in pit in Delhi, dies

    New Delhi, An eight-year-old boy has died after falling into a rainwater-filled pit in a park here, the city police said on Wednesday. The boy was identified as Khalid from Mangolpuri area, the police said.

  • Delhi: St. Stephen’s College releases first cut-off list. All the details

    St. Stephen’s College in Delhi released the first cut-off list for commerce, science and arts students. The college released its highest cut-off for English and Economics at 98.5 per cent, provided the student scores more than 90 per cent in Maths to pursue admission in Economics (honours) and 90 per cent in English Core for pursuing admission in English (honours).

  • NGT refuses to allow 20-yr-old Rolls Royce to ply in Delhi

    New Delhi: A Rolls Royce car owner, who bought the classic petrol driven model way back in 1996, has failed to get reprieve from the National Green Tribunal which has refused to renew registration of his vehicle. A bench headed by Justice Jawad Rahim said that the order passed by NGT, banning plying of petrol vehicles which are over 15 years old, has attained finality as the appeal against it has been rejected by

  • Delhi: Upset over power cuts, ex-judge shoots at power electricity board workers

    Gurgaon: Irked over frequent power cuts, a former judge allegedly opened fire at Haryana electricity board workers while they were fixing the transmission line outside his house here, police said today. No one was injured in the incident that occurred in Civil Lines area here last evening, police said.

  • Hot Tuesday morning in Delhi

    New Delhi: It was a hot Tuesday morning in the national capital as the minimum temperature rose seven notches above the season’s average and was recorded at 34.2 degrees Celsius.

  • World Environment Day: Solar bus starts 20-day trip in Delhi

    New Delhi: A solar bus — lit up with LED bulbs and complete with a refrigerator and an air conditioner — started a 20-day journey in the city today to demonstrate how solar power can run an entire household.

  • Garbage on city roads, Delhi HC issues notice to civic body heads

    New Delhi: Upset at seeing video footage of garbage piling up on the city roads, the Delhi High Court on Friday issued show cause notice to the Commissioners of East, North and South Municipal Corporations, asking why contempt of court proceedings should not be initiated against them for defying its order.