Free Press Journal
  • Rahul Gandhi, Kerala floods

    Sewer worker’s death: Rahul Gandhi says PM Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat a hollow slogan

    New Delhi: Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the “tragic death” of sewer worker Anil in west Delhi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said “PM’s Swachh Bharat is a hollow slogan, when he is blind to the plight of thousands of manual scavengers”. “Anil’s tragic death in the sewers of Delhi and photographs of his grieving son have made headlines worldwide,” said Gandhi on Twitter.

  • Sunny Leone wants women to speak for themselves

    From being an adult star to playing the lead role in Bollywood films, actress Sunny Leone aka Karanjit Kaur, who fought several hardships throughout her career, believes women should stand up for their rights. “Women should speak up for themselves. They should say whatever they feel and do whatever they want to do. Every girl should pursue their passion and follow their dreams. And these small choices will strenghthen our women and

  • India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2018: Watch Gautam Gambhir takes on Pakistan media, wins the debate with an epic reply

    Former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir slams Pakistan media with a savage reply on a TV show. The anchor asked Gambhir that how the team feels going to face Pakistan after getting defeated by England in the Test series. In reply to the Pakistani journalist, Gambhir said, it is a different thing to win against Zimbabwe and losing to England. He further says, even India A can beat Zimbabwe.

  • Admit card

    RRB releases Group D admit card for September 23 exam, check at

    The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has released RRB Group D Admit Card for September 23 examination. The candidates who will appear for the examination can check the official schedule on RRB’s website, According to official schedule, the, Computer Based Test (CBT) for recruitment of level 1 posts as per 7th CPC will commence from September 17.  The call letters or the admit cards will be released four days prior to the CBT.

  • Triple talaq ordinance is ‘anti-Muslim women’: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi

    Hyderabad: MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Wednesday described the proposed ordinance to make instant triple talaq a penal offence as “anti-Muslim women”, claiming it would lead to more injustice to them. He demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi bring out a legislation to protect Hindu women deserted by their husbands. Reacting to the Union cabinet clearing the ordinance against triple talaq, he told reporters here that in Islam, marriage was a civil contract and

  • RSS not against inter-caste marriage: Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat Wednesday said the Hinduvta outfit was not against inter-caste marriage and it was an issue of compatibility between a man and woman. Answering wide-ranging questions on issues like inter-caste marriages, education as well as the caste system, Bhagwat also said if there is a census on inter-caste marriages, the maximum cases will be those from the Sangh. On the last day of the three-day mega outreach conclave by

  • Activists condemn government’s decision to make triple talaq penal offence, call it ‘politicised move’

    New Delhi: Some women activists have condemned the government’s decision to make instant triple talaq a penal offence, calling it a “politicised move” without taking into consideration the complications it could pose to Muslim women. The Union cabinet has cleared an ordinance to make the practice of instant triple talaq a penal offence, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said Wednesday, citing compelling necessity for the move as the practice annulled by the Supreme

  • Indian team beat Pakistan 4-0 in AFC U-16 Women’s Championship Qualifier

    New Delhi: Indian football team produced an impressive performance to beat Pakistan 4-0 in an AFC U-16 Women’s Championship Qualifier match in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, on Wednesday. Avika Singh (22nd minute) opened the scoring for India before the Pakistani goalie Ayesha (43rd) conceded an own goal just before half time. Sunita Munda (82nd) added one while skipper Shilky Devi (88th) also entered her named in the score sheet.

  • Madhya Pradesh: Rs 2 crore scam unearthed in women, child department

    Bhopal: A scam of around Rs 2 crore has been unearthed in Madhya Pradesh’s Women and Child Development (WCD) Department, police said on Wednesday. An FIR was registered by the police after WCD Joint Director Swarnim Shukla on Tuesday filed a complaint against 14 officers and workers.