Free Press Journal
  • TRAI seeks more information on availability of 3G spectrum

    New Delhi:  Telecom regulator TRAI today sought more information on the availability of 3G spectrum while proposing that vacant 3G slots be put up for upcoming auction along with the spectrum in 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands.

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    Harbhajan to miss Duleep semi-final, Gambhir to captain North

    Mohali: In a big setback for North Zone ahead of the Duleep Trophy semi-final against Central Zone, captain Harbhajan Singh has been forced to sit out due to viral fever as Gautam Gambhir will step in as the leader, here tomorrow.

  • Somdev, Yuki advance but Ramkumar makes early exit in Pune

    Pune: India’s top singles players, led by Somdev Devvarman, easily advanced to the second round of ATP Pune Challenger but rising star Ramkumar Ramanathan made a shock first-round exit, here today.

  • U-16 India girls thrash UAE

    Dhaka: A ruthless Indian Under-16 women’s football team Tuesday routed minnows United Arab Emirates 12-0 to keep alive its hopes in the AFC Championship qualifying round.

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    BJP sending signals to Sena on govt-formation in Maharashtra

    New Delhi: The BJP continued to be in a dilemma on its strategy on government-formation in Maharashtra sending signals to its estranged ally Shiv Sena that it was welcome to join hands with it but on its terms even as the Sena leadership appeared to be ready for talks.

  • Advani loses opening World Billiards game

    Leeds: In a not-so-good start to his World Billiards Championship campaign, Indian ace Pankaj Advani lost his opening game against defending champion Peter Gilchrist but later made up with two straight wins, here.

  • Diwali: TV actors share childhood memories

    Mumbai: For television actors like Shivin Narang and Shashank Vyas, Diwali does not only mean decking up their house with lights, flowers or making elaborate rangolis. It makes them nostalgic and gives them a reason to look back at their childhood memories associated with the festival of lights.

  • Hong Kong Democracy Protests: A fight for Democratic Rights

    In the news we have being seeing that scores of people are protesting in Hong Kong. Various clashes between the protestors, police and those who oppose the protests have taken place. The protests leaders even conducted talks with top Chinese officials to end the protests. But they came to no agreeable solution and thereby the protests still continue even now. But what is the protest all about? And why has it gained

  • BJP leader Mungantiwar pitches for Nitin Gadkari as Maha CM

    Mumbai: Even as Maharashtra BJP president Devendra Fadnavis is said to be in the reckoning to lead the state as first chief minister of the saffron party, his predecessor Sudhir Mungantiwar today came out strongly in favour of Union minister and senior leader Nitin Gadkari for the coveted post.

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    Mobile Phones Woo Women This Diwali

    Diwali has always been the topper of sales season for retailers across India both online and offline. Online retailers in particular have benefitted the most from this season in the past few years because of the growing preference of online shopping over traditional means.

  • Ex-Meghalaya bureaucrat calls for repealing AFPSA

    Shillong: The Armed Forces Special Powers Act, which gives protection to security forces in disturbed areas, resulted in irresponsible activities, Meghalaya’s former chief information commissioner G P Wahlang said.

  • Cong, JD(U) jointly celebrate Sri Krishna Singh anniversary

    Patna: In a show of unity, Congress and JD(U) today came together to celebrate the 127th birth anniversary of freedom fighter and Bihar’s first chief minister Sri Krishna Singh, even as the allies took apparent digs at the BJP.

  • Club of Rome meet to ensure food for all

    New Delhi: Top agri-scientists, economists, bureaucrats and political leaders, meeting under the aegis of the Club of Rome (CoR), will develop a strategy to ensure food for all.

  • British couple found dead in Agra hotel

    Agra: Bodies of a British couple were found in a hotel room early Tuesday, police said adding that preliminary inquiries suggest “a case of overdose of drugs”.

  • We are the new ‘big brother’: BJP’s Maha poll in-charge Mathur

    Mumbai: Amid continuing stand-off with Shiv Sena, BJP’s Maharashtra Assembly poll in-charge Om Mathur today said his party was the new “big brother” in the state and others should not think themselves as bigger when “the people’s verdict is otherwise”.

  • Disclosure of black money a/c holders will embarrass Cong: FM

    New Delhi: On the back foot on black money issue, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today hit back at Congress saying the party will be embarrassed once the names of people holding illicit foreign accounts are made public.