Free Press Journal
  • Rewari gangrape: Heads roll, woman ASI suspended

    CHANDIGARH/REWARI: After the shunting out of Rewari Superintendent of Police (SP) Rajesh Duggal, a woman assistant sub-inspector has been suspended over alleged delay in taking action in the gangrape case of a 19-year-old woman.

  • Def Min approves ` 9100 crore defence equipment

     New Delhi : The Defence Ministry Tuesday accorded approval for procurement of military equipment and weapons, including two regiments of Aakash missile systems, at a cost of Rs 9,100 crore, officials said.

  • Can govt defy Prez’s decision?

     New Delhi : Once the President of India takes a decision on any appointment, the government is bound to issue the order in a day or two or else the very sanctity of his office is put in question. The Modi government, however, cares hoots for such niceties and the constitutional requirement.

  • Vaghela vows to work for non-BJP parties

    Gandhinagar : The eternal rebel of Gujarat politics, Shankersinh Vaghela has suo moto decided to work for a collaborative of non-BJP parties that would work for the ouster of the Narendra Modi government and a result oriented, stable government to replace it after the 2019 general elections.

  • No coercive action against sale of available banned FDC drugs: HC

    NEW DELHI: In an interim order, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed that no coercive steps be taken against the sale of 328 fixed dose combination (FDC) drugs that were banned by the government last week but are still available in the market.

  • There will be no Hindutva without Muslims in India: Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: Often under attack for its “exclusionary” agenda, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday said there will be no “Hindu rashtra” without Muslims in India and Hindutva encompasses fraternity and unity in diversity. Expounding on the Hindutva concept in his second of the three-day lecture series, he said that Hindutva was the basic thought of all communities residing in India.

  • Kerala Floods: Over 2,000 persons still in relief camps

    Thiruvananthapuram: Even a month after Kerala witnessed an unprecedented deluge, said to be the worst in the last 100 years, at least 2,500 persons are still in relief camps in the state. Presently, there are 80 relief camps in the state, in which 787 families, comprising 2,457 people, have taken shelter. Thrissur district has the maximum camps at 45 with 1,348 people, followed by Idukki with 332 in nine camps. Alapzuha district, among the worst

  • India, Bangladesh members of same family: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday described India and Bangladesh as members of the same family while inaugurating with his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina a pipeline project and a railway project connecting the two countries. “Geographically we may be neighbours, but in our hearts we are members of the same family,” Modi said while addressing the event via video-conferencing from New Delhi. “We have shown the world, what can be achieved when