Free Press Journal
  • Campaign by Greenpeace India is motivated, Essar tells HC

    Mumbai : Essar House Ltd has alleged before the Bombay High Court that a campaign carried out by Greenpeace India against it (Essar Group) for preservation of forests was “motivated, controlled and instigated by external vested interests”.

  • Govt okays nine transmission projects

    New Delhi: The government approved nine high-capacity interstate power transmission projects, including those of NTPC Ltd, worth Rs 12,500 crore, an official release said. These transmission projects will benefit states such as Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra by enabling high capacity 765kv lines carrying up to 2,100 MW each, apart from construction of new 765/400kv substations. The government has cleared 880-mln-rupee northern region system project, Rs 2,473 crore additional system

  • Time To Think

    The spate of confused thinking and loose talk, obscuring the nation’s linguistic objectives, will not in the least help the solution of what is admittedly one of the most difficult problems confronting Free India.

  • Polish PM survives confidence vote

    Brussels: Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Wednesday survived a parliamentary vote of confidence following a leaked tapes scandal, the media reported, according to IANS. Tusk’s two-party governing coalition won backing from 237 MPs, with 203 against. The required majority was 231 votes.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- get rid of thoughts and matters that bind you. Today things will be going as per your planning this will give happiness and increase your confidence. Trading in commodities will gain profits today.

  • Sudipta Sen sent to judicial custody

    Kolkata: Sudipta Sen, the main accused in the Saradha chitfund scam, suspended Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh and alleged associate Debjani Mukherjee were today sent by a city court to judicial remand till July seven following their CBI custody since June 16 in connection with a Supreme Court-ordered probe. Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Haradhan Mukhopadhyay rejected the bail plea of all the three and sent them to judicial custody. Three others who

  • When Sidharth Malhotra sold vegetables

    Student Of The Year’ actor Sidharth Malhotra recently chose to be a part of ‘Mission Sapne’, a television show where Sidharth turned into a vegetable vendor to help Ram Lal. And to everyone’s surprise though Sidharth convincingly did his job, it was later found that he needs to brush up his knowledge about vegetables and their market prices!

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