Free Press Journal
  • Sesa, JSW accuse each other of manipulating iron ore prices

    New Delhi : The war of words between steel and mining companies in Karnataka have escalated over prices of iron ore with two largest firms, Sesa Sterlite and JSW Steel, accusing each other of misusing market dominance and forming cartels.

  • Gold-linked money pooling schemes under Sebi scanner

    New Delhi :  As Sebi continues its crackdown on fraudulent money-pooling activities, it has come across a large number of cases where investors are being lured into various gold-linked bond schemes.

  • R N Lakhotia

    Furnishing inaccurate income details would lead to penalty

    Under the provisions of section 271(1)© of the Income-tax Act, penalty for concealment of income or furnishing of inaccurate particulars is leviable.  However, no such penalty can be levied if the details shown in the Return are not inaccurate or incorrect and there is a bona fide claim for exemption from Capital Gains Tax which may not be acceptable.

  • ‘Bobby Jasoos’ not just a detective film: Vidya Balan

    Vidya Balan is not concerned about the horde of detective films being made currently like “Jagga Jasoos” and “Byomkesh Bakshi”. The actress says that her film “Bobby Jasoos” has something more to offer. Vidya says she is not looking at other films as competition, says IANS.

  • SIT to probe Manipuri girl’s rape

    New Delhi: A Special Investigating Team (SIT) led by Deputy Commissioner of Police B S Jaiswal has been formed to probe the rape of a teenaged Manipuri girl.

  • MNS chief’s wife, workers ignore toll, head towards Pune

    Mumbai : Daring the Maharashtra government to take action against them, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena workers and supporters headed towards Pune, from the city and its suburbs on Sunday, without paying toll, to attend a public meeting to be addressed by their leader Raj Thackeray.

  • Japan snowed out, may hit turnout in governor poll

    Tokyo : The heaviest snow in decades in Tokyo and other areas of Japan has left at least 11 dead and more than 1,200 injured across the country, reports said.              

  • Quality Of Our Thoughts Defines The Quality Of Our Lives

    MANY of us measure our success by what others have done. Many of us have only a vague idea of what we ultimately want out of life. And even if we can describe it, we don’t translate that belief into our daily actions and decisions. If we can spell out an axiom we want to live by and repeat that axiom often, we may perhaps translate that success into an everyday habit.

  • It’s time for race, one more

    Saif Ali Khan, fondly called the Nawab of Bollywood (courtesy his prince status) is one of those suave actors who can wear a dapper suit and fire bullets in style in fancy cars or wear pink shirts and be the fluff that every girl dreams to have. With films like ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’, ‘Salaam

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Official trips will be successful to attain your target. You will be proud to own the rewards and will also gain incentives. Enhancing your energy level and stability will improve the prospects

  • Violations by American school under I-T scanner

    New Delhi : The Income Tax department has begun a ‘discreet’ probe into alleged tax violations by the elite American Embassy school in the national Capital even as the External Affairs Ministry awaits a response from their officials on the details of the teachers working at the school and their salaries.

  • Sex ‘happens’ only when one is in love

    New York : What does love have to do with sex? A lot, reveals a study. According to the study, nearly all men whose most recent sexual event occurred with a relationship partner indicated being in love with the partner at the time they had sex, says IANS.

  • Soon, chat with departed souls in virtual space!

    New York : Is it possible to communicate with dead ones like a Skype chat from the past? Yes, if we believe researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, according to

  • Corporate Briefs

    Pawar: India may produce record 263.2 MT foodgrains this year