Free Press Journal
  • Chinese arms manufacturer’s role in supplying arms under probe

    New Delhi: Extradition of Thai gun-runner Willy Naru to India is expected to throw more light on the suspected role of a Chinese arms manufacturer, believed to have been supplying arms to northeast insurgent groups, including NSCN-IM and ULFA.

  • Gavaskar wants feedback on IPL COO from team owners

    New Delhi: Interim BCCI chief for IPL, Sunil Gavaskar has reached out to the team owners to take their feedback on whether to continue with the services of Sundar Raman, the Chief Operating Officer of the T20 league.

  • HC seeks status report on accidental fall of man at Hyatt

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court today sought from the Delhi Police details of the investigation into the accidental fall of a young man from the sixth floor of Hyatt Regency here to the fourth floor over five months ago.

  • Nifty starts new fiscal on bright note; scales fresh peak

    Mumbai: The stock market started the new financial year on a positive note today, scaling another record peak amid volatility at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) which remained largely unaffected by the widely expected RBI decision to keep key rates unchanged.

  • Amarinder hits out at Jaitley, Modi

    Amritsar: Taking a dig at Arun Jaitley, Congress nominee from Amritsar Amarinder Singh today said his ruling out any apology by Narendra Modi over the 2002 Godhra riots shows he is under a spell of “intoxicated arrogance”.

  • BJP lodges complaint against AAP to Election Commission

    New Delhi: BJP has lodged a complaint with the Delhi Election Commission to prevent AAP from using images of Narendra Modi in their posters which the party alleges is in “bad taste”.

  • Photojournalist gangrape:Court allows recalling of 3 witnesses

    Mumbai: A sessions court trying the Shakti Mills photojournalist gang rape case today allowed defence’s application which sought recalling and examining three witnesses in connection with the additional charge framed against three common convicts in the case.

  • Brinda, Nitish, Jaya to campaign for Gujarat’s ‘Third Front’

    Ahmedabad: BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi’s arch rival and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, CPM’s Brinda Karat, Janata Dal (United) chief Sharad Yadav and Samajwadi Party’s Jaya Bachchan plan to campaign in favour of the ‘Third Front’ in Gujarat, sources said here today.

  • Jindal defamation suit: HC directs Zee to follow guidelines

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Tuesday directed the Zee group to follow the News Broadcasters Association (NBA) guidelines while telecasting programmes. It was hearing a defamation suit filed by lawmaker Naveen Jindal contending that the group aired “highly defamatory and malicious” programmes against him.

  • No penalty for bank balance below minimum limits, RBI says

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, Raghuram Rajan, has suggested that banks should not levy charges for non-maintenance of minimum balance. This suggestion came during the bi monthly review of monetary policy on Tuesday

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    Rahul is pulse of young India: Omar

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    Jammu: Asserting Rahul Gandhi is the pulse of young India, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the Congress vice-president takes along with him people of all age groups in his mission to lead the country towards a modern, prosperous and scientific era.

  • RBI, ADB project economic growth of 5.5 pc in FY15

    Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India today projected a higher economic growth rate of 5.5 per cent in the current financial year with the easing of supply bottlenecks and implementation of stalled projects.

  • Search panel recommends Mundra for RBI Deputy Governor post

    New Delhi: The search panel headed by RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan is believed to have recommended the name of Bank of Baroda chief S S Mundra for new RBI Deputy Governor in place of K C Chakrabarty who has opted to leave the central bank ahead of his tenure.

  • Booth level officers urged to ensure maximum voting percentage

    Vadodara: District Election Officer Vinod Rao called upon booth level officers of the district to make a sincere, enthusiastic, determined and wholehearted effort to achieve maximum voting percentage during the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.

  • Significant improvements in Air India’s performance parameters

    New Delhi: Air India has recorded significant improvements in its performance parameters, estimating a huge 44 per cent slash in its operating losses in 2013-14 and an almost 20 per cent growth in its operating revenue since the previous financial year.

  • Priya Dutt files nomination papers for Mumbai North-Central seat

    Mumbai: Congress leader and sitting Member of Parliament (MP) Priya Dutt on Tuesday filed her nomination papers from Mumbai North-Central, and sought to downplay as to about her competitor in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.