Free Press Journal
  • MHA writes to MEA about NIA team’s visit to Pakistan

    New Delhi: The Home Ministry today asked the Ministry of External Affairs to convey to Pakistan its desire to send a team of NIA to examine the evidence collected against November 2008 Mumbai terror attack masterminds before it allows the second visit of a Pakistani judicial commission.

  • Fee of Kasab counsel to go to slain cops’ kin: SC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday asked the Maharashtra government to give Rs.14.5 lakh – the fee that condemned Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab’s counsel refused to collect – to the kin of security personnel killed in the Mumbai attack.

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    Mighty Sri Lanka take on mercurial Pakistan

    Colombo: Their confidence on a high after the big win over Australia, a supremely talented Pakistan will come out all guns blazing against hosts Sri Lanka in the first semi-final

  • Dhoni captaincy and form of seniors come under scrutiny

    New Delhi: Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s ‘tactical errors’ and the poor form of some senior players were the main reasons for India’s early exit from the World Twenty20, according to former cricketers who said that there was no need for making drastic changes in the team despite the debacle.

  • She trots the globe telling stories

    Kolkata: The classic fairy tales and folklore which grandmas have related through the ages to put little ones to bed find a new portal of expression in Xanthe Gresham, a globally acclaimed British performance-storyteller.

  • 40 dead as bombs tear through heart of Syria’s Aleppo

    ALEPPO (Syria): Three car bombs tore into the heart of Aleppo today, killing at least 40 people and wounding 90, mostly soldiers, a watchdog said, as television broadcast scenes of devastation in Syria’s commercial capital.

  • Kingfisher crisis deepens

    Mumbai/New Delhi: The crisis in Kingfisher Airlines worsened today as reconcialatory talks between the management and striking engineers and pilots over payment of seven-month salary backlog failed with the protestors rejecting the offer of part payment and vowing to continue their agitation.

  • HC grants status quo on memorial of spiritual leader

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has granted status quo on the memorial of Maharashtra’s spiritual leader, Dr Nanasaheb alias Narayan Vishnu Dharmadhikari, proposed to come up in Alibag taluka of Raigad district at a cost of Rs 20 crore.

  • India, Russia ministerial dialogue now on October 10

    New Delhi: The ministerial dialogue between India and Russia slated for tomorrow will now take place on October 10 during which India is expected to voice concerns over the delay in handing over of aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov.

  • Keshubhai slams Modi, asks him to declare foreign trip expenses

    Ahmedabad: Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP) President Keshubhai Patel today said Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra should first make his expenses on foreign trips public before raising questions over expenditure incurred on Sonia Gandhi’s foreign tours.

  • Jayalalitaa reshuffles cabinet

    Chennai:  Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa Wednesday reshuffled her cabinet while reallocating the portfolios of some of her ministers.

  • Respond to government notice, court tells Airtel

    New Delhi:  The Delhi High Court Wednesday told telecom service provider Bharti Airtel to file within 60 days its response before DoT on a notice over 3G roaming services.