Free Press Journal
  • Bandaru elected president of Telangana Loksatta

    Hyderabad: Bandaru Ramamohan Rao of Hyderabad has been elected president and Marepally Srinivas Reddy of Nalgonda general secretary of the Telangana state committee of the Loksatta Party.

  • Ashok Khemkha

    AAP Khemka will keep up his good work at the Centre

    New Delhi:  Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Ashutosh on Tuesday said he has high regards for Haryana Government IAS officer Ashok Khemka, and hoped the latter would continue with his good work while on central deputation as is being reported in the media.

  • National Instruments to launch NI SOM by year-end

    Chennai: The US-based National Instruments Corporation (NI) will launch globally its new product System-on-Module (SOM) by the end of this year, said a senior company official.

  • How cannabis can slow tumour growth revealed

    Washington: A new study has revealed how the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis could reduce tumour growth in cancer patients.

  • Large number of banks can co-exist with few big ones: Kochhar

    Mumbai: As new players get ready to join India’s banking space, top banker Chanda Kochhar feels there is space for a few large banks and a large number of other lenders to cater to the country’s banking needs.

  • Gaza Bombing

    OIC appeals for urgent help to Gaza

    Jeddah: Iyad Ameen Madani, secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), has made an urgent  appeal for all forms of support and relief to the Palestinian people, particularly immediate medical relief for the Gaza Strip.

  • Ved Pratap Vaidik

    Will not file defamation case against Rahul Gandhi: Vaidik

    New Delhi/ Gurgaon: Veteran journalist and political analyst Ved Pratap Vaidik said Tuesday that he will not file a defamation case against Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi. He also expressed his grief on Congress leaders opposing his meeting with 26/11 terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed.

  • DIPP proposes composite caps to streamline fgn invest regime

    New Delhi: Seeking to streamline the foreign investment regime, the commerce and industry ministry has proposed to introduce a composite cap which will include FDI, FII and other instruments in various sectors.

  • Tax official sacked for corruption in Punjab

    Chandigarh: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal Tuesday ordered the sacking of a taxation officer and the compulsory retirement of four others, including a woman, on corruption charges.

  • Multitasking may lower work quality

    Washington: Multitasking regularly, often juggling multiple projects in a day, may lower an employee’s quality of work, a new study suggests.

  • Boy disabled in road accident gets over Rs 12 L compensation

    New Delhi: A class 12 student, who suffered permanent disability in a road accident involving a rashly driven car, has been awarded a compensation of over Rs 12 lakh by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here.

  • Harsh Vardhan

    Group constituted to prepare background paper for NHAM:Vardhan

    New Delhi: The Narendra Modi Government has constituted a group for preparing a comprehensive background paper to implement the BJP’s campaign promise of providing “accessible and affordable” universal health care to all.

  • Unsatisfactory implementation of SSA in Bihar: CAG

    Patna: The Sarva Shikha Abhiyan (SSA) envisaged to achieve universal elementary education programme is lagging in Bihar with 1,896 eligible habitations yet to see schools, a latest Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report said.

  • Baksa situation becoming normal; curfew lifted during day time

    Guwahati: The situation in troubled Baksa district is improving and the indefinite curfew was relaxed during daytime today while and one more person was arrested in connection with the kidnap and killing of four persons.

  • Ved Pratap Vaidik

    Shiv Sena demands Vaidik’s arrest

    Jammu: The workers of Shiv Sena party staged a protest here on Sunday demanding the arrest of senior journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik.

  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Skipper Dhoni wants Indian squad exposed to English conditions

    Johannesburg,: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has insisted that he wants the squad exposed to the English conditions during the remainder of their five-match series against England after the first Test ended in a draw.