Free Press Journal
  • Why (pseudo) feminism is dangerous for the society

    We are living in 2018 and 21st century and the world is progressing rapidly. Human beings are going places with innovation, technology, and science. The very idea of humanity is witnessing a huge shift and this time is about equality, gender rights and justice for all. The age-old debate between sexes is still going on and we are still fighting over superiority between men and women and recently the atmosphere has been

  • Bombs in Bodh Gaya, ATS launches probe

    Patna : The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Bihar Police has launched a probe after two bombs were found on Friday night at Bodh Gaya where the Dalai Lama is at present on a visit, a top police official said on Saturday.

  • PIL in sc to stop SC/ST quota benefits to ‘creamy layer’

    New Delhi : In what may become a significant litigation creating a social turmoil in the country, some persons belonging to Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) have moved the Supreme Court to exclude the creamy layer from availing benefits accorded to the SCs and STs in government jobs and higher education, dubbing those in the upper ladder as “neo-exploiter group.”

  • Student shoots dead principal in Haryana

    Yamunanagar : Livid at being reprimanded, a class 12 student on Saturday allegedly pumped four bullets into his school principal here with his father’s licenced .32 bore revolver, police said. Critically injured, 47-year-old Ritu Chhabra, principal of Swami Vivekanand school, was rushed to a hospital where she succumbed to her injuries, they said. The four bullets hit her in the chest, stomach and shoulder, Yamunanagar Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kalia told PTI over the

  • Jawan, 3 killed, 18 injured in Pak shelling

    Jammu : An Army jawan was among four killed while 18 others were injured as Pakistani troops shelled border outposts and civilian areas along the international border (IB) and LoC in the Jammu region for the third consecutive day on Saturday.

  • Goa taxis’ stir enters 2nd day; black-yellow cabs resume service

    PANAJI: Tourist taxis remained off the road in Goa for the second day on Saturday, but the traditional yellow and black cab operators withdrew from the strike declared illegal by the state government. The strike, called on the issue of installing speed governors in taxis, left passengers stranded at various places in the state, where peak tourist season is on. The yellow and black taxis, which had joined the strike on Friday,

  • SC asks Madhya Pradesh govt to fix jail term in life sentences

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Madhya Pradesh government and sought a detailed reply from it within four weeks on a plea seeking a fixed jail term in cases of life imprisonment.

  • Cong chides govt on J&K in bad shape, oil prices

    New Delhi : The Congress on Saturday derided the Modi government for an unprecedented rise of deaths in Jammu and Kashmir and high prices of petrol and diesel despite sharp fall of crude oil prices in the international markets.