Free Press Journal
  • Tejinder Singh

    CBI officers differed on filing charge sheet in Tatra case

    New Delhi: There was a difference of opinion between CBI officers on filing charge sheet against Lt Gen (Retd) Tejinder Singh in connection with alleged bribe offer made to then army chief V K Singh in connection with Tatra vehicle deal.

  • rape

    6-year-old girl raped in Bangalore school, parents protest

    Bangalore: In a horrific incident, a six-year-old girl student was allegedly raped in a public school, triggering severe protests from outraged parents who stormed the institution demanding action against the guilty, suspecting involvement of the staffers.

  • Sunil Tatkare

    No plans to contest Maharashtra polls alone, says NCP leader

    Mumbai: Asserting that the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has no plans to contest the forthcoming Assembly elections on its own, Maharashtra NCP president Sunil Tatkare said here today that the Congress-NCP seat sharing formula would be finalised by Sharad Pawar and Sonia Gandhi.

  • Taxi Fare Hike

    HC allows consumer body to challenge auto fare hike in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today allowed the Mumbai Grahak Panchayat, a prominent consumer rights body, to challenge Maharashtra government’s recent decision to hike fares of auto rickshaws and taxis for the city and neighbouring Thane and Navi Mumbai.

  • Army dismisses jawan for trying to molest lady officer

    New Delhi: The Army has dismissed a jawan from service after a court martial held him guilty of trying to “outrage the modesty” of a woman officer posted in the Army Aviation Corps.

  • Sundaram Mutual gets SEBI nod to launch nine new fund offers

    Mumbai: Sundaram Mutual, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sundaram Finance, today said it has received market regulator Sebi’s nod to launch nine new fund offers and six of these may be rolled out this fiscal.

  • Gordon Lewis to hear case against Anderson on July 22

    London:The ICC today appointed Gordon Lewis AM as the Judicial Commissioner to hear the misconduct case against England paceman James Anderson and the preliminary hearing will be conducted on July 22, a day after the Lord’s Test concludes here.

  • amit shah

    CBI court adjourns hearing of Amit Shah’s discharge plea

    Mumbai:  A special court here today adjourned hearing of the discharge plea of BJP chief Amit Shah in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Tulsiram Prajapati encounter cases after Sheikh’s brother told the judge his plea against his predecessor’s transfer was pending before the Bombay High Court.

  • India go down to Philippines after spirited fightback

    Mumbai: The spirited Indian run towards the semi-finals in the 5th FIBA Asia Cup Basketball tournament at Wuhan in China was snuffed out by higher-ranked Philippines following a strong second-half fightback today.

  • Punjab agri-summit expenses a wastage, says Congress

    Chandigarh: Accusing the Parkash Singh Badal government in Punjab of not achieving anything from the agriculture summit held February this year, the Congress Thursday termed the entire exercise as a wasteful expenditure.

  • Rape

    Woman gang raped, murdered near Clinton event venue

    Lucknow: A young woman was brutally gang raped and killed on the outskirts of the Uttar Pradesh capital, officials said Thursday, even as tight security was in place in the area ahead of the visit of former US president Bill Clinton.

  • Star wants IMG-Reliance to postpone ISL

    New Delhi: Broadcast partner Star wants IMG-Reliance to postpone the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) since it is clashing with the Champions League Twenty20.

  • Hamas

    Hamas militants target Israel despite ceasefire

    Jerusalem/Gaza: At least three rockets were launched at the southern Israeli Eshkol regional council area at noon Thursday, two hours into the five-hour UN-brokered Hamas-Israel temporary ceasefire, the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) said.

  • High-tech app to help Indian Haj pilgrims

    Riyadh: Haj pilgrims from India will now be equipped with an innovative navigation system to trace their way to their respective accommodations while on their holy pilgrimmage to Mecca this year, media reported.

  • A Raja

    I apprised then PM about all DoT’s decisions on 2G: Raja

    New Delhi: Former Telecom Minister A Raja today denied in a Delhi court CBI’s suggestions that he had kept then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the dark about the decisions taken by Department of Telecommunications (DoT) regarding allocation of 2G spectrum licences.