Free Press Journal
  • HC order on Vadra land deal Tuesday

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will Tuesday pronounce its order on a PIL seeking a CBI probe into licences granted to Haryana realty developers, including one to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra.

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    Was MH370 plane crash actually suicide by pilot?

    London: The pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 killed himself and passengers by switching off oxygen supply in what is the sixth example of such a suicide, an aviation expert has suggested.

  • Beas tragedy: Chargesheet filed in trial court

    Shimla: A chargesheet has been filed in a trial court into the drowning of 24 students of a Hyderabad engineering college in the Beas river in June, police told the Himachal Pradesh High Court Monday.

  • ICRC provides emergency relief for thousands displaced in Syria

    Geneva: The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Monday said it provided emergency relief for over 50,000 Syrian people amid the recently intensified clashes between Syrian government forces and the armed opposition in southwestern Syria.

  • Six killed in fresh fighting in Ukraine

    Kiev: Six civilians were killed during renewed intense fighting between government troops and independence-seeking insurgents in Donetsk, the main rebel-held city in eastern Ukraine, municipal authorities said Monday.

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    Lokpal panel: Cong slams BJP for ‘non-serious’ attitude

    New Delhi: Congress today slammed the Narendra Modi government for what it termed was its “non- serious” attitude towards the issue of corruption as it took up the matter of its U-turn on the appointment of a UPA-nominated candidate to the Lokpal panel.

  • ‘Creature 3D’ recovers cost, making profit

    New Delhi: Director Vikram Bhatt’s “Creature 3D” may have got a lukewarm response at the domestic box office, but the movie is already earning profit for its makers.

  • Action plan to revive Cong in UP

    New Delhi: After its rout in Lok Sabha polls, Congress has drawn up an action plan to revive the party in Uttar Pradesh by convening meetings of senior leaders at Lucknow on September 23 followed by a day-long interaction with newly appointed district chiefs.

  • Now fare war on global routes

    New Delhi: Initiating a fare war on global routes, Qatar Airways and Singaporean budget carrier Tigerair today announced massive limited-period discounts hoping to corner a chunk of the Indian travel market share.

  • Was unable to contact anyone for last 11 days: Parveez Rasool

    New Delhi: When floodwater entered Indian cricketer Parveez Rasool’s Bijbehara residence 10 days back, his first reflex action was to drag his two cricket kit bags upstairs on the first floor but little did he expect what followed after that.

  • Essar-Loop case: Court to hear final arguments from Nov 20

    New Delhi: A special court today concluded recording of defence evidence in a case arising out of the probe into the 2G spectrum allocation scam allegedly involving promoters of Essar Group, Loop Telecom and others and fixed the matter for commencement of final arguments on November 20.

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    India slams Pak for clean chit to Saeed, demands his arrest

    New Delhi: India today hit out at Pakistan for its remarks that Hafiz Saeed had no case against him and he was free to roam, saying the designated terrorist was the “evil” mastermind behind the Mumbai attacks and it devolves on Pakistan to bring the chief of terror outfit JuD to book and deliver justice.

  • There was no pressure on me, says Yuki

    Bangalore: India’s tennis player Yuki Bhambri today denied there was any pressure on him for retaining his place in the squad after losing two matches in the Davis Cup World Group Playoff against Serbia, which the hosts lost 2-3.

  • North East shown in good light in ‘Mary Kom’: Priyanka

    Guwahati: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra today said efforts were made to cast people from the North East in the biopic ‘Mary Kom’ in which she essays the role of the Olympic boxer from Manipur.

  • HC rejects PIL against Lokpal provisions on assets declaration

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today dismissed a PIL challenging certain provisions of the Lokpal and Lokayukta Act which make it mandatory for public servants to disclose assets of their spouses and children, saying that the authority, under the statutes, has not been set up so far.