Free Press Journal
  • Govt mulls LPG, kerosene price hike in small doses

    New Delhi: After diesel, the government is considering raising cooking gas (LPG) and kerosene rates in small doses of Rs 5 per cylinder and Rs 0.50-1 a litre every month to wipe out Rs 80,000 crore subsidy on the two fuels.

  • Strong, fearless – Rani is truly ‘Mardaani’ in film’s trailer

    Mumbai: Rani Mukerji is back and how! A sneak peek into “Mardaani” via its trailer, which was launched here Tuesday, shows the actress as a bold, strong and fearless police officer who takes on the child trafficking mafia head on.

  • Sources say govt may stagger fare hike for suburban trains

    New Delhi: Even as the Centre and the Ministry of Railways are in no mood to roll back the hike in passenger fare and freight rate despite protests from various quarters, they are mulling staggering the hike for suburban trains, sources in the rail ministry said.

  • Railway gateman murdered in UP

    Pratapgarh (UP): A railway gateman was today found murdered near Antu railway station in this district.

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    Gadkari orders performance audit of Border Roads Organisation

    New Delhi:  Aggrieved with the performance of the Border Roads Organisation (BRO), Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said the entity will now be given work after the government complete its performance audit.

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    AP court issues bailable warrant against Dhoni

    Anantapur (AP): A local court today issued a bailable warrant against the Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in connection with a private complaint which accuses him of hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus.

  • Edwards, Clarke tries to pacify Associates and affiliates

    Melbourne: Cricket Australia supremo Wally Edwards and ECB chairman Giles Clarke tried to pacify the increasingly restless associate and affiliate members of the ICC assuring good governance and greater benefits, on the first day of its Annual Conference here today.

  • Sebi imposes Rs 30 lakh fine on three entities

    Mumbai: Capital market regulator Sebi today imposed Rs 30 lakh penalty on three entities, including two former promoters of Eins Edutech, for failing to make timely disclosures about change in their shareholding of the company.

  • Victorias Banned in Colaba

    The Mumbai traffic police have passed strict time limitations for Victoria rides and banned them altogether in Colaba and some other parts of the city, but horses there still need your help.The progress comes after years of appeals to authorities by PETA India, People for Animals and the Animals and Birds Charitable Trust.

  • Sr IPS Abhinav Kumar likely to get ITBP posting

    New Delhi: Senior IPS officer Abhinav Kumar, who had become a casualty of Narendra Modi government’s directive of not appointing any official as private secretary of a minister who had served in the same capacity under UPA rule, is likely to get posted to paramilitary force ITBP.

  • IOA is united on Asian Games bid issue: Ramachandran

    New Delhi:  Keen to convince the government on hosting 2019 Asian Games, the Indian Olympic Association today sought to present a united front with president N Ramachandran saying there is no division in the IOA top brass on the issue of bidding for the hosting rights of the Games.

  • MPPEB scam: Chouhan files defamation suit against Cong leader

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today slapped a defamation suit against state Congress chief spokesperson K K Mishra, for levelling “baseless” allegations against him and his wife.