Free Press Journal

    Frame policy on witness protection in 3 months, HC tells govt

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today gave three months to Maharashtra government to frame a fresh policy on providing protection to witnesses in the light of the observations made by the Law Commission of India.

  • How India’s Crumbling Cities Guard Their Secrets

    The “Big Data” mania appears to have gained exceptional momentum over the last few years. With increasing Internet and mobile penetration, we can now measure almost anything – from the efficiency of public transport to incidental factors that affect population. The demand for disclosures and number of start-ups investigating data and collaborative networks have only increased, leaving no sector, segment or industry group untouched.

  • Radha Timblo to be questioned by ED

    Panaji: Swiss Bank account holder Radha Timblo, whose company is being probed for illegal export of iron ore, is expected to be questioned Tuesday by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for a third time in a month.

  • Godman Rampal, Hisar, Haryana

    Hisar court extends Rampal’s police remand

    Hisar (Har):  A local court today extended the police remand of self-styled godman Rampal, who has been slapped with cases of sedition and murder among others, by seven days.

  • Sterlization, Bilaspur, Chattisgarh

    Independent probe demanded in Chhattisgarh sterilisation deaths

    New Delhi: A fact-finding team working on public health Monday called for an independent inquiry commission to probe into the Bilaspur sterilisation camp disaster and ascertain facts regarding the deaths of women.

  • Manish Sisodia

    Delhi’s tax collection rose during AAP rule: Sisodia

    New Delhi: The Delhi government’s tax collection during the AAP’s 49-day rule was higher than that of other quarters in the last financial year as the party did not harass businessmen by raids, party leader Manish Sisodia said Monday.

  • Narendra Modi

    Trinamool hits out at BJP, dubs Modi ‘NRI’

    Kolkata: A day after BJP president Amit Shah vowed to uproot the Trinamool Congress from West Bengal, the state’s ruling party Monday hit out at the BJP and termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi an “NRI”.

  • New textile policy by next month: Gangwar

    New Delhi:  The government will bring a new textile policy by next month and seek to build more clusters in the country, Textile Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar Monday told parliament.

  • Prime minister Narendra Modi

    Congress takes BJP to task over alleged U-turns

    New Delhi: Launching a frontal attack on the BJP-led NDA Government, the Congress on Monday released a book titled “6 Maheene Paar U-Turn SARKAR” and accused the Centre of not delivering the promises made to the nation.

  • Sukaran Singh appointed TASL MD, CEO

    Hyderabad:  Sukaran Singh has been appointed the managing director and CEO of Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL), Tata Sons’s subsidiary for its aerospace and defence business.

  • For ghazal lovers, here comes Irshaad

     New Delhi: Irshaad, a new 24-hour digital ghazal channel, will cater to fans of the music genre. The platform will be launched in association with ghazal maestro Pankaj Udhas.

  • Rajnath Singh

    Rajnath lauds BSF role in securing borders

    New Delhi: Lauding the role of the BSF in securing India’s borders bravely and in a selfless manner, Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday called upon the forcce to play an active role in curtailing cattle smuggling across the Bangladesh border.

  • Mahek, Siddanth win in junior tennis

    Pune: Siddanth Banthia and Mahek Jain started their campaign on a winning note by making it to Round 2 of the Gadre-MSLTA ITF Junior Tennis Championships being played at the Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Stadium here Monday.