Free Press Journal
  • Arun Jaitley

    Unsustainable tax demand would only earn bad name: FM

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that an unsustainable tax demand would only earn the country a bad name as an investment destination, comments that come in the wake of tax department losing its battle against Shell in Mumbai High Court.

  • Phone-hacking scandal: Coulson released after 5 months in jail

    London: Andy Coulson, former editor of the now defunct News of the World tabloid and ex-aide of UK Premier David Cameron, was today released after serving nearly five months in jail for a phone-hacking scandal that brought down media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper.

  • Haryana government seeks status of Vadra land deals

    Gurgaon: The Haryana government has asked for the status of the land holdings of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra from four deputy commissioners (DCs) of the state including Gurgaon, Faridabad, Palwal and Mewat, an official said.

  • Congress President Sonia Gandhi

    NC denied people of J&K benefits of food scheme: Sonia

    Ramban (JK): Hitting out at her party’s estranged ally National Conference (NC) for the first time in the past six years, Congress president Sonia Gandhi today said “we gave full support to them to run the government but they did not implement our programmes and schemes”, including the Food Bill, in the state.

  • Rampal Maharaj

    ‘Godman’ Rampal owned luxurious property, arms and ammunition

    Barwala (Haryana): A huge cache of arms, a private swimming pool, state-of-the-art elevators and 24 AC rooms with one having a massage bed were found inside the highly-fortified Satlok Ashram from where ‘godman’ Rampal was “smoked out”.

  • Karuna slams media for running imaginary campaign on 2g case

    Chennai: DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi todayslammed media for running an “imaginary ghost haunting” campaign on the spectrum allocation scam which unseated the party from power in 2011 assembly elections despite its impressive performance.

  • Virat Kohli

    We can beat Australia in their own backyard: Kohli

    Mumbai: Set to embark for a gruelling Test tour of Australia starting December 4, star batsman Virat Kohli today said that India will play aggressive and positive cricket in their four-match series and his young side can beat the Aussies in their own backyard.

  • No drastic job cuts post KMB-ING Vysya merger: Uday

    Mumbai: Kotak Mahindra Bank chief Uday Kotak has assured that there will not be “any dramatic” reduction immediately in the number of employees following the merger of ING Vysya Bank.

  • Iconic warship INS Vikrant being dismantled

    Mumbai:  India’s first aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, which saw action during the 1971 India-Pakistan war but has now been decommissioned, is finally being broken up.

  • Venice declares war on noisy suitcases

    Rome: Famed for the serene silence of its timeless nooks and crannies, Venice is about to get even quieter … by banning noisy suitcases on wheels.

  • Sensex

    Sensex at new high as banks up on Kotak-ING deal, reform hopes

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex today surged 267 points in its best gain this month to end at record high of 28,334.63 after banking shares rose following Kotak Mahindra-ING Vysya deal, while hopes of big-bang reforms in upcoming Winter session of Parliament also boosted sentiments.