Free Press Journal
  • Rajasthan CA to go ahead with their Ranji team selection

    Jaipur: The rift between the RCA and BCCI is bound to deepen as the suspended association is all set to go ahead in naming their Ranji Trophy probables claiming that they are the only authorized body to do so.

  • Delhi govt gearing up for launch of ‘Jan Dhan Yojana’

    New Delhi: Delhi government is gearing up for the launch of the ambitious ‘Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana’, the scheme for financial inclusion announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his maiden Independence Day speech.

  • Govt insulting Constitutional post of Governors: Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today hit out at BJP-led NDA government accusing it of “insulting” the Constitutional post of Governors but parried questions on whether Kerala Governor Sheila Dikshit could resign and come back to serve the party.

  • Six dead, 43 injured as bus hits truck on Indore-Neemuch road

    Ratlam (MP): Six passengers were killed and 43 others were injured today when a Nashik-bound bus from Sikar in Rajasthan hit a truck from behind on Indore-Neemuch four-lane road near Manankheda village in the district.

  • Badaun case:CBI not to charge sheet five accused at this stage

    New Delhi: CBI will not be filing a charge sheet against the five accused in the Badaun rape-cum-murder case “at this stage” as forensic evidence available with the agency has ruled out sexual assault on the two teenage cousins.

  • stocks

    Sensex, Nifty touch new highs

    Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets hit a record high of 26,630.74 points before closing at 26,437.02 points in a volatile trade session Monday.

  • PIL seeks NIA probe into forced conversion of shooter

    Ranchi: A PIL was filed in the Jharkhand High Court Monday, seeking a NIA probe into the forced conversion of a national gold medallist woman rifle shooter by a man who married her while posing as a Hindu.

  • Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu: NDA May Offer Deputy Speaker Post To Opposition

    DRDO’s bio-toilets can help Swachh Bharat mission: Venkaiah

    Hyderabad: The bio-toilets developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation would bring about “a revolution” in rural areas, and the government had set its sights on ending open defecation in the country, Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu today said here.

  • Dhoni’s comments to be discussed at WC meeting: BCCI official

    New Delhi: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s statement that coach Duncan Fletcher continues to remain the ‘boss’ of the team and will stay till the 2015 World Cup has prompted a livid BCCI to take up the matter at the next Working Committee meeting.

  • Muslim religious leaders dismiss ‘love jihad’ talk

    Lucknow: Muslim religious leaders and scholars have dubbed as “false propaganda” the issue of ‘love jihad’ raised by BJP and other right wing outfits, saying that Islam does not allow forced conversions.

  • India not to impose anti-dumping duty on solar cells

    New Delhi: Under pressure from power firms, the government has decided not to impose anti-dumping duty on solar cells imported from nations like the US and China as the move would have led to rise in equipment cost.

  • PIL to ban loudspeakers at religious sites;

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today sought more “field data” in support of a PIL that has sought ban on use of loudspeakers at religious sites on the ground that they not only cause noise pollution but also cause communal riots.

  • Pak High Commission may decide custody of Pakistani child: HC

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today disposed of a petition over the custody issue of a minor Pakistani girl whose paternal aunt has moved a plea here for custody of the child staying with her maternal uncle.

  • gold shopping

    Gold remains weak in listless trade amid poor global cues

    Mumbai, Aug 25 (PTI) Gold prices drifted further in otherwise lacklustre domestic bullion market here today, owing to lack of demand from jewellers and investors driven by uneasy overseas sentiment.