Free Press Journal
  • 2G case: No difference in signatures of accused RTL executives

    New Delhi: The CBI today filed in a Delhi court the forensic report on specimen signatures of three top executives of Reliance ADA Group, facing trial in 2G case, saying there were no “fundamental differences” among the specimen signatures and those found on seized documents.

  • DoT to conduct third round of 2G GSM spectrum auction soon

    New Delhi: The government will conduct the third round of 2G GSM spectrum auction immediately after the bidding for radiowaves ends in March in compliance with last week’s Supreme Court order.

  • Cong unhappy with party MP Sudhakaran’s remarks

    New Delhi: Congress today snubbed party MP K Sudhakaran for his sweeping comments against the girl who had accused P J Kurien of involvement in Suryanelli gangrape but indicated any action against the Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman will not be hastened as it is “not an open and shut” case.

  • BJP asks Congress to come clean on bribe beneficiaries

    New Delhi: BJP today asked Congress to come clean on reports alleging that close associates of a former Union minister and a Congress vice president were beneficiaries of the bribes paid in the VVIP chopper deal.

  • Maldives’ Court ask police to present Nasheed before it

    Male: A Maldivian Court today ordered the police to produce Mohamed Nasheed before it, prompting them to approach the Foreign Ministry to talk to the Indian High Commission where former President is holed up for the sixth day.

  • Aerobic exercise can increase your brain size

    Boston: Exercise not only strengthen your heart and muscles – but also beefs up your brain and increases its power, a new study has found.

  • Indian Media & Entertainment Industry to Engage a Billion Consumers as a Catalyst of Economic and Social Change in India

     Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Monday, February 18, 2013 — (Business Wire India) :
    Announcing the launch of the 14thedition of India’s foremost business conclave on media and entertainment, FICCI FRAMES 2013, the Chairman and Co-Chairman of the Media & Entertainment Committee, Mr Uday Shankar and Mr Karan Johar, today unveiled the theme of the conclave “A Tryst With Destiny: Engaging a Billion Consumers”.

  • Stop acting as Cong agent: JD(U) to Katju

    Patna: Hitting out at Press Council of India Chairman Markandey Katju for alleging that Bihar government is trying to “arm-twist” the press, the ruling JD(U) today said he should stop acting as a Congress agent.

  • There will be no shutdown in Bengal, asserts Mamata

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Monday declared that her government will not allow forcible enforcement of the two-day shutdown called by central trade unions.

  • Unfazed by BJP attack, Katju calls Jaitley’s remarks reckless

    New Delhi: Under attack from BJP, Press Council chief Markandey Katju today accused opposition leader Arun Jaitley of making “reckless” allegations by twisting facts and said he should take “sanyas” from politics.

  • Cameron seeks “special” relationship with India

    Mumbai: British Prime Minister David Cameron today began his India visit seeking a “special relationship” between the two countries, saying it is “about the future and not the past” for which sky is the limit.

  • No load-shedding this summer in Maha: Chavan

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government today said that even though two big power plants with an installed capacity of over 3,000 MW are shut in the state, people will not be subject to load shedding.

  • Seven pilgrims killed, 27 injured as bus overturns

    Gaya: Seven pilgrims, including three women, were killed and 27 others injured when a bus carrying them overturned and fell into a ditch in Bihar’s Gaya district today, police said.

  • Govt unlikely to give Afzal’s body to family

    New Delhi: Government is likely to turn down the request of family of Afzal Guru, who was hanged and buried in Tihar jail, for handing over his body.

  • Court to hear arguments on March 7 on summoning Shinde

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today fixed March 7 for hearing arguments on whether to summon Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde in a defamation case filed against him for his remarks linking BJP and RSS to Hindu terror.

  • BJP demands probe in VVIP helicopter deal

    New Delhi: BJP today demanded a “proper” probe into the controversial Rs 3,600 crore VVIP helicopter deal and said the government should share details of the preliminary enquiry by the CBI into the issue.

  • Parliament to soon pass bill to prevent sexual harassment: PM

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Monday said parliament would pass the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Bill, 2012 to cope with increasing violence and sexual offences against women.