Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Police ask Zee Promoter, Subhash Chandra, to join probe

    Delhi Police has sent a notice to Zee Group promoter Subhash Chandra asking him to join investigations in connection with alleged extortion bid by two senior journalists of his news channels.
    A senior police official said the notice has been sent to Chandra soon after the arrests of two Zee editors — Sudhir Chaudhury and Samir Ahluwalia — following investigations into complaint by

  • Prime Minister’s Office defends Robert Vadra

    The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has strongly come out in support of Sonia Gandhi’s son—in-law, Robert Vadra, who is facing alleged corruption charges.

  • UP honour killing: Police arrest third accused

    Bulandshahr (UP): After widespread outrage over the killing of Abdul Hakim, a participant in Amir Khan’s reality show ‘Satyamev Jayate’ who was murdered in a suspected case of honour killing, police today arrested one more person in connection with the case.

  • Notice sent to Ramdev for alleged service tax evasion

    New Delhi: A demand notice has been sent by authorities to trusts run by Ramdev for alleged service tax evasion on about Rs one crore received from a private TV broadcaster for airing his programme on Yoga.

  • Pak court stays Bhagat Singh renaming

    Lahore: A Pakistani court today extended by three weeks a stay on a move to rename a traffic roundabout in Lahore after legendary freedom fighter Bhagat Singh.

  • 6.3 M quake hits eastern Indonesia

    An earthquake measuring 6.3 Richter scale struck off Maluku in eastern parts of Indonesia on Wednesday, the Meteorology and Geophysics Agency reported in Jakarta.

  • Pak test fires nuke capable ballistic missile

    Islamabad: Pakistan today tested the Hatf-V nuclear-capable ballistic missile with a range of 1,300 km, with the military saying that the launch was aimed at strengthening the country’s deterrence capability.

  • India, China can rule waves together: Chinese daily

    Beijing: As China unveiled its plans to become a maritime power after commissioning its first aircraft carrier, its strategic analysts say India and China can “rule waves together” by addressing contradictions in their “overlapping” maritime strategies.

  • Economy to grow at 7.7 per cent in 2012-16: ING

    Mumbai: The country’s economy is likely to grow by an average of 7.7 per cent during 2012-16, a report by leading financial services firm ING said today.

  • Woman IAF officer commits suicide

    Jodhpur: A woman officer in the Indian Air Force(IAF) allegedly committed suicide at her official quarters at the air base here, police said today.

  • Trinamool stand on FDI only after Speaker takes decision

    Kolkata: With BJP and Left sticking to their demand for a discussion on FDI in retail under a rule that entails voting, former UPA ally Trinamool Congress today said it would take a stand only after Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar took a decision, but ruled out voting in favour of the government.

  • Cong should explain why it wasted Parliament’s time: Naidu

    Hyderabad: Taking a dig at the UPA government’s announcement that it was not averse to discussion on FDI under any rule, BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu today asked the Congress to explain why it wasted four precious days of Parliament on the issue.

  • Malda Crib death toll rises to 27

    Malda(WB): Four more children died at the Malda College and Hospital, taking the total number of crib deaths since Saturday last to 27.