Free Press Journal
  • Tata Motors’ British MD committed suicide?

    Bangkok :  Karl Slym, Managing Director of Tata Motors, who died here on Sunday under mysterious circumstances, may have committed suicide, Thai police indicated on Monday. 51-year-old Slym’s body was found by the staff of a five-star hotel on the balcony of the fourth floor after plunging from the 22nd floor. He was here to attend a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Thai subsidiary of his company.

  • Modi clear winner in RCA polls, admits BCCI

    New Delhi :  BCCI has admitted that former IPL chief Lalit Modi will emerge as a clear winner in the Rajasthan Cricket Association polls but opposed the opening of a sealed envelope containing its results before the Supreme Court.


    New Delhi : The Jan Lokpal Bill is likely to be approved by the Delhi Cabinet today as its draft has almost been finalised by a panel headed by Chief Secretary.

  • Naxals free 4 hostages, CRPF jawan dies

    Ranchi : One CRPF personnel was killed and 15 others were injured in serial blasts carried out by Maoists in Jharkhand’s Giridih district on Monday to foil search operations by security men to rescue four abducted persons.

  • DMK queers pitch for Cong MP’s return to RS

    new delhi: Congress was all set to renominate Union Minister GK Vasan to the Rajya Sabha from Tamil Nadu with the backing of DMDK, but reluctance of DMK to withdraw its candidate from the fray forced it to drop the plans, sources said.
    “DMDK assured it would support us in the event of Vasan or his nominee being fielded by the party for election to Rajya Sabha,”
    said a Congress leader who was privy

  • ‘IM may kidnap someone to get Bhatkal’s release’

    New Delhi : Associates of Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal are planning to commit a ‘sensational kidnapping’ in the national capital to secure the terrorist’s release, Delhi Police told a court on Monday.

  • 3 Mumbaikars died in Andaman mishap

    Port Blair/Thane: Three Mumbaikars were among the 21 who lost their lives in a boat tragedy on Sunday near Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar islands. The overcrowded boat carrying 51 tourists had capsized and there were reportedly no life jackets and divers on board the vessel.

  • Voda not to bid for spectrum in 7 areas

    New Delhi : Vodafone and Reliance Communications are learnt not to have applied for buying spectrum in some service areas, indicating the firms have opted out of these circles. According a source, the Department of Telecom, during screening of applications for spectrum auctions starting February 3, has not found documents of Vodafone needed to buy airwaves in seven service areas. 

  • Now, Jaitley scoffs at Cong ‘candidate in purdah’

    “There are leaders who appear good only when the going is good. In an adverse situation they collapse like a house of cards.Advertising can market a marketable product, not otherwise.”
    Arun Jaitley,Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha (more…)

  • Fast News

    Sunanda case: Delhi Police asksCFSL to expedite viscera tests

  • Seeking good looks, more men going under the knife

    New Delhi : Move over the cosmopolitan women, the metro-sexual man is here to stay. As more and more men are becoming conscious of the need to look good, they are opting for plastic surgery to enhance their looks for a better career or simply to look attractive, experts say.

  • Egypt’s army chief set for Prez bid after military backing

    Cairo : Egypt’s powerful army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, looked set to run for presidency after the army today backed his bid for the top post.