Free Press Journal
  • NDA slams UPA for ‘sitting on’ black money issue

    New Delhi: The ruling NDA today hit out at the previous UPA regime saying it had failed to set up an SIT on black money despite a Supreme Court direction for the same even as it asserted that it will bring out the truth in the matter after acting on it on priority.

  • Jet Airways

    Now Jet Airways announces Rs 500 fare offer on domestic route

    Mumbai: A day after budget carrier SpiceJet announced fares starting at Rs 499 across its domestic network, Jet Airways too jumped on the bandwagon rolling out Rs 500 fares for the economy class on its domestic flights for a limited period today.

  • India beat England by nine wickets in 4th ODI

    Birmingham: India defeated England by nine wickets in the fourth One-day International to take an invincible 3-0 lead in the five-match series at Edgbaston, here today.

  • Manmohan condoles Vahanvati’s death

    New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today condoled the death of former Attorney General Goolam Vahanvati.

  • Manmohan Singh named member of Parliamentary panel on Finance

    New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is hailed as the architect of economic reforms in the country, is a member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance, it was announced today.

  • AAP slams BJP’s 100 days’ governance

    New Delhi: The AAP Tuesday slammed the Narendra Modi government on various issues, describing its first 100 days in power as “anything but landmark and emphatic”.

  • Hawala scam: another Surat-based trader arrested

    Ahmedabad: Following the arrest of Afroz Fatta and Madanlal Jain, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has arrested another Surat-based trader, Rakesh Kothari, in connection with a multi-crore hawala racket that was busted earlier this year.

  • Moeen Ali

    Indian bowlers pack England for 206 in 4th ODI

    Birmingham: Indian bowlers produced a disciplined effort to bowl out England for a below par 206 with Moeen Ali’s 67 being the top-score for the hosts in the fourth One-day International here today.

  • Mary Kom

    Missed Glasgow but ready for Asian Games: Mary Kom

    Gurgaon:Olympic bronze medal winning boxer M.C. Mary Kom Tuesday said she badly missed being a part a  Glasgow Commonwealth Games but she is ready to for the Asian Games that would be held in the South Korean city of Incheon Sep 19-Oct 4.

  • Saina Nehwal with Gopichand

    Saina splits with Gopi, to train under Vimal Kumar

    New Delhi: Olympic medallist Saina Nehwal has parted ways with long-time mentor Pullela Gopichand and will be training under former chief coach Vimal Kumar, a development which did not go down well with the national badminton coach, who preferred to remain tight-lipped.

  • I want to learn from mistakes and do well in future: Sindhu

    Hyderabad: Expressing happiness over winning a bronze medal in the just-concluded World Championship, young Indian shuttler P V Sindhu today said she would like to learn from her mistakes and do well in the future.

  • Paraskar withdraws consent to undergo layered voice analysis

    Mumbai:Suspended Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police Sunil Paraskar has withdrawn his consent to undergo a Layered Voice Analysis (LVA), a development that may slow down the pace of investigation into the alleged rape and molestation case against him, police said today.

  • Modi describes Japan trip as very successful

    Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today termed his Japan trip as “very successful” and hoped that India’s infrastructure will improve and the country will become clean with the help of USD 35 billion promised by Japan over five years.

  • Hoax call leads to bomb scare in HC

    Chennai: An anonymous phone call threatening that a bomb would go off in the Madras High Court complex led to a scare which later proved to be hoax.

  • Prithviraj Chavan

    Seat sharing talks with the NCP are still on: Chavan

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said here today that seat sharing talks with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) are on at an “appropriate level”, but refused to disclose any timeframe set to arrive at a final formula.

  • Senior cop summoned in maid’s torture, death case

    New Delhi: A court here Tuesday summoned a joint commissioner of Delhi Police observing that forensic reports have not been filed yet in the maid torture-and-death case against former parliamentarian Dhananjay Singh and his wife Jagriti Singh.