Free Press Journal
  • Don’t use Maoist forces in anti-NDA campaign: Jaitley

     New Delhi : In a veiled attack, Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday warned the opposition parties against using Maoist forces in their anti-NDA campaign and said the ultras are not just against the government but the Constitution itself.

  • Right to privacy: Two cases Supreme Court will look to decide privacy a fundamental right

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to set up a nine-judge bench to decide whether privacy is a fundamental right under the Indian constitution. The bench will revisit the question of privacy 5 decades after the Apex court decided that privacy is not a basic right for citizens. If the bench decides that it is a fundamental right then the issue, then a five-judge constitution bench will decide the contours of this

  • Ujjain: Students must be well aware of their fundamental rights says Judge BK Shrivastav

    Ujjain: On the third day of the National Service Scheme camp organised under the aegis of Bhartiya College, Prashantidham at Khurd village, chief guest district and sessions judge BK Shrivastav urged that every student must be well aware of their fundamental rights and explained their importance to the students present at the camp. Group president Krishnamangal Singh Kulshreshth also addressed the audience. Judges Sarika Giri Sharma, Jasvir Kaur, Pradeep Vyas and Gaurav

  • Constitution Day celebrated in city

    Ujjain : A series of events were organised to mark the Constitution Day in the city on Saturday. The Constitution was adopted on November 26, 1949 and the day is celebrated as Constitution Day. Preamble to the Constitution was read in all offices. Department of Public Relations celebrated the day by reading of the Preamble in the presence of deputy director Pankaj Mittal.

  • Denial of fundamental rights to Kashmiris an ‘injustice’: Pak

    United Nations: Raking up the issue of Kashmir in the UN, Pakistan said denial of fundamental human rights to Kashmiris is an “injustice” and the failure to address prolonged outstanding disputes would be seen as “double standards” practiced by the world body. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi said at a General Assembly debate on peace and security that it is the “duty” of the global community to ensure UN resolutions

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    Indrani Mukerjea’s fundamental rights being violated: Lawyer

    Mumbai: A defence lawyer representing Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, said on Monday that his client’s fundamental rights are being violated. “Even a single minute was not given to us to consult Indrani Mukerjea privately. It is her fundamental right.” said her defence lawyer Gunjan Mangla.

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    Compulsory voting is against fundamental rights: Congress

    Ahmedabad: Congress today objected to the Gujarat government’s move to make voting compulsory for registered voters in the state, saying that it violated fundamental rights of citizens. On the government notification in this regard, the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, Shankersinh Vaghela, alleged that the decision was taken by the government in haste, without giving it much thought.