Free Press Journal
  • jignesh shah

    Investors demand case against Jignesh Shah to be fast tracked

    Mumbai: Aggrieved investors who termed Financial Technologies Chairman Jignesh Shah as India’s biggest scamster, demanded here today, that the case against him should be fast tracked, so that he is convicted and his assets which have been frozen are liquidated at the earliest.

  • yasin bhatkal

    Jama Masjid attack case: Charge sheet filed against Bhatkal

    New Delhi: Delhi Police today filed a charge sheet against Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his aide Asadullah Akhtar in the September 2010 Jama Masjid attack case, saying they carried out the strike to dissuade foreign nations from participating in Commonwealth Games.

  • NCP criticises BJP for questioning EC’s functioning

    Mumbai: NCP today deplored the attempt of BJP to cast aspersion on the functioning of the Election Commission of India (ECI), saying such an action was a threat to the constitutional bodies.

  • arun jaitley

    Don’t conduct polls if security not ensured, Jaitley tells EC

    New Delhi: Expressing “disappointment” with the Election Commission’s stand on Narendra Modi’s rally in Varanasi, BJP leader Arun Jaitley Thursday said that polls should not be conducted in the country if security cannot be ensured.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi rubbishes security reasons behind Varanasi curbs

    Varanasi: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi alleged Thursday that the security reasons raised to cancel one of his two planned rallies in Varanasi were fake.

  • Savita Halappanavar’s husband leaves Ireland

    London: The heartbroken husband of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar who was denied a potentially life-saving abortion when she was found to be miscarrying has left Ireland for the US.

  • Pakistan test fires nuclear-capable ballistic missile

    Islamabad: Pakistan Thursday conducted successful training launch of a short range surface-to-surface ballistic missile, capable of delivering nuclear and conventional warheads, the military said.

  • Counting of votes for local bodies election on May 12, 13

    Vijayawada: Counting of votes for election to Vijayawada Municipal Corporation, eight municipalities in Krishna district and zila and mandal parishad territorial constituency will be held on May 12 and 13.

  • Salman khurshid

    BJP’s attack on EC shows lack of respect for law: Cong

    New Delhi: Slamming BJP, Union Minister Salman Khurshid today termed its attack on the Election Commission as “reprehensible and regrettable” and said the party does not respect institutions whose decisions have an adverse impact on them.

  • NIA officials interrogate youth for terrorist connection

    Patna: A team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials today visited three places in Madhubani district and interrogated one person in connection with terrorist attacks in the country.

  • At 7 Race Course Road, PMO, it is packing, cataloguing time

    NEW DELHI: There is a lot of activity at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and at 7, Race Course Road these days, albeit of a different kind. “We’re busy in packing,” said an official at the PMO, with eight days left for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to demit office.

  • Maha legislative council chairman bats for open ballot system

    Mumbai: Newly-elected chairman of the Maharashtra Legislative Council Shivajirao Deshmukh today said he would pursue with the Centre the state legislature’s proposal to adopt an open ballot system in election to state upper house.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi denied rally permission on security grounds: CEC

    New Delhi: The Election Commission today justified the decision to deny permission to Narendra Modi’s rally in Varanasi city and came to the defence of the District Magistrate whose removal is being demanded by the BJP.

  • Jindal asks Delhi Police to act against Zee

    New Delhi:Industrialist and Congress leader Naveen Jindal Thursday asked Delhi Police to expedite the investigation against Zee TV news channel editors and its owner Subash Chandra.

  • EC downplays allegations of inaction by WB spl observer

    New Delhi: The Election Commission today sought to downplay allegations levelled by Left parties and Congress over the ‘inaction’ by its special observer in West Bengal saying there was “nothing objectionable” in his movement, including when he left the state. Responding to a volley of questions on allegations on the ‘inaction’ by the special observer, Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath said here since the officer is on a different footing, he