Free Press Journal
  • Gold softens on poor offtake, silver drops

    Mumbai: Gold prices eased in a quiet trade at the domestic bullion market today due to decreased demand from stockists as well as weak buying sentiment amid stimulus scale down speculation.

  • ​AAP to file defamation case against web portal

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today ruled out withdrawing candidates in Delhi Asse bly polls figuring in a sting operation, saying any action against them will be against natural justice as the CD showing them in poor light had been doctored and the web portal had refused to provide them the unedited version.

  • ATM attack: Police clueless after three days

    Bangalore: Three days after the brutal attack on a woman bank official at an unguarded ATM kiosk here, police remained cluess today about the assailant and announced a reward of Rs one lakh to anyone providing information leading to his arrest.

  • SC refuses to entertain PIL against Modi

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a PIL accusing Gujarat CM Narendra Modi of filing incomplete details by leaving blank the column meant for specifying marital status in the 2012 assembly polls, saying the plea concerned only one person and can be an example of “political rivalry”.

  • Saradha scam: Kunal to reveal TMC leaders’ names tomorrow

    Kolkata: Apprehending imminent arrest in the Saradha scam, suspended Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh today said that he would reveal the names of party leaders to the police tomorrow and accusing a section of the party leadership of making him a scapegoat.

  • Tejpal faces arrest after being booked on rape charge

    Panaji/New Delhi: Tehelka Editor Tarun Tejpal today faced possible arrest after Goa police booked him on rape charge following an allegation by a journalist colleague that he sexually assaulted her during an event a fortnight ago.

  • Pak court order action against NAB chairman

    Islamabad: Pakistan Supreme Court today ordered the registration of a case against the newly-appointed chairman of the anti-graft body for “creating hurdles” in the probe of a multi-billion rupee corruption case involving the national insurer.

  • New clues to origins of autism found

    Washington: Researchers have pinpointed cell types and regions of the developing human brain that are affected by gene mutations linked to autism.

  • Cong panicky over Modi’s popularity,hitting below the belt:BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today ruled out any rethink on Narendra Modi as its PM candidate, not withstanding the raging controversy over the snooping on a woman by Gujarat Police, dubbing the matter as a “conspiracy” by a “panicky” Congress which was “hitting below the belt”.