Free Press Journal
  • FDR cries discrimination, accuses PCI of manipulating trials

    New Delhi: With just eight days to go for the Para Asian Games, the Federation of Disabled Rights (FDR) today accused the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) of manipulating the results of the selection trials and said they were subjected to discrimination at every step of their life.

  • FDR cries discrimination, accuses PCI of manipulating trials

    New Delhi: With just eight days to go for the Para Asian Games, the Federation of Disabled Rights (FDR) today accused the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) of manipulating the results of the selection trials and said they were subjected to discrimination at every step of their life.

  • Kevin Pietersen

    Ponting backs Pietersen claims

    London: Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has spoken up in support of Kevin Pietersen’s allegations of a “bullying” culture within the England team.

  • Bullion India eyes to triple revenues in 2014-15

    Chennai: Online investments provider for gold and silver, BullionIndia.in has set a target of tripling its turnover to Rs 150 crore this fiscal, following spurt in the e-commerce market, a top company official said today.

  • Dewani trial hears of Cape Town honeymoon hitman

    Cape Town: One of the men convicted of murdering the bride of British businessman Shrien Dewani described in chilling court testimony today how he was asked to set up a hit on the young woman.

  • Shashi Tharoor

    Tharoor takes dig at KPCC move to send report to high command

    Thiruvananthapuram: Incensed by his praise of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress in Kerala today decided to seek suitable action by high command against party MP Sashi Tharoor but the former Union Minister reacted sarcastically to the move saying this would mean the state leadership would finally read what he actually wrote instead of oral summaries.

  • SAT asks Sebi to pass fresh order in Safari Industries case

    Mumbai: The Securities Appellate Tribunal has set aside a Sebi order against 12 entities and asked the market regulator to pass fresh ruling ‘as expeditiously as possible’ in the case of Safari Industries (India) Ltd.

  • HC moots increasing legal marriageable age for girls

    Madurai: Increasing the legal age of marriage for girls from minimum 18 years was mooted by the Madras High Court today as a way out to check instances of hundreds of women getting married at an young age only to be separated a few years later.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Modi has done nothing to stop Pak shelling: Rahul Gandhi

    Mahad (Maharashtra):  With shelling and firing by Pakistani troops continuing to claim civilian lives in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he has done nothing to stop it despite “many provocations”.

  • Yahoo! fires 600 techies in India

    Bangalore:  Internet giant and search engine Yahoo! is giving ‘pink slips’ to about 600 techies here to trim its workforce in India and consolidate its core engineering activity in the US.

  • Rains add to miseries of flood-hit people living in tents

    Srinagar: Hundreds of families living in tents after their houses were damaged by the devastating floods which swept Kashmir a month ago spent a sleepless night as rains lashed many parts of the Valley adding to their woes.

  • Shops and Homes

    Mumbai right place to live in as well as the impeccable region for investment

    Mumbai : In Mumbai, there has been a 26% rise in real estate enquiries this year as comparison to last year from same segment and the majority of the queries have been for the residential or commercial projects. Catering to the growing demand among high-end segment, Mumbai has emerged as one of the most promising markets for real estate industry.