Free Press Journal
  • Amit Shah

    Even Delhi Polls No Cakewalk: Amit Shah

    New Delhi  : BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday told party workers that Delhi polls is like an “examination” which cannot be taken lightly and expressed confidence that his party will form government with two-thirds majority in the national capital.

  • Brad Haddin

    Rohit’s ton goes in vain as Australia beat India

    Melbourne: Rohit Sharma’s rollicking century went in vain as Australia survived a few anxious moments before pulling off a tense four-wicket win over India in a cricket Tri-series ODI match, here on Sunday.

  • Fake PMO Website Busted

    New Delhi : Delhi Police has busted a fake website of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) under the name “Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Yojna” and arrested the mastermind for cheating several people on the pretext of providing them government loans, officials said on Sunday.

  • Dept too holds general immunisation drive

    Indore : The District Health Department tried to kill two birds with one stone during the Mega Pulse Polio campaign on Sunday by organising a general immunisation drive along with drive against polio disease.

  • Dhoni attributes poor new ball bowling for loss

    Melbourne: Indian captain Mahendra Singh on Sunday conceded that his side lost the plot in the early overs with new ball bowlers failing to make a mark in their tense four-wicket loss against Australia in their cricket tri-series match here.

  • The price of being successful

    Choreographer turned director Farah Khan might be a successful woman filmmaker in the film industry now. Here she talks to Shubarna Mukerji Shu about her successes and failures and shares her thoughts on the importance of coming back to a loving family at the end of the day… (more…)

  • Sharma, Warner get into verbal spat

    Melbourne: Tempers flared once again during the second ODI of the ongoing tri-series when Indian opener Rohit Sharma and Australian batsman David Warner got involved in a verbal exchange at the MCG on Sunday.

  • Rabid monkey finally trapped

    Ujjain : A wild monkey, which had developed a penchant for attacking residents in Mahananda Nagar area, has finally been caged with district forest personnel getting the better of him on Sunday. According to sources, the monkey had been playing havoc in the Mahananda Nagar for nearly a week. They said the monkey was attacking particularly women and children. This, they said, was because women and children were more terrified by it

  • Barauni Refinery Capacity To Be Raised To 9 Mmtpa: Pradhan

    Barauni (Begusarai): The capacity of the Barauni refinery will be raised to 9 MMTPA, Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan said on Sunday. The current capacity of the refinery is 6 Million Metric Tonnes Per Annum. Pradhan, who is a Rajya Sabha member from Bihar, also announced that his department will launch a slew of oil and gas related projects in Bihar with investment of Rs 25,000 crore.

  • AI Goes In For Cost-Cutting

    The Company Plans To Cut Reimbursables By 10 Per Cent And Abolish Posts From Non-Operational Areas

  • Censor Row

    Govt Should Show Concern, Says Congress

  • Karnavati Finance Sme Ipo – Not Worth

    The main line IPO of the CY 2014 NCML Industries that prolonged to CY 2015 with extended time and lowering of price bands finally failed and stood withdrawn. The lead manager for this IPO was non-other but the same one who is bringing this SME platform IPO that is opening soon. Details of the same are as under:

  • Education for Peace, theme of ‘Global Connection-16’

    Indore : ‘Education for Peace’ will be theme of ‘Global Connection-2016’, to be organised at Daly College, next year Heads of Global Connections Malcolm McKenzie from China, Simona Baciu from Romania, David Hodge from New Zealand, Victor Novakoski from Macedonia and Dr Sumer Singh from Daly College addressed a press conference on Saturday to inform about the objective of the next conference to be held in January 2016.

  • Bull And Bear Cartels In Stock Market Making Illicit Gains

    Mumbai : As a probe continues into the misuse of stock markets for evading taxes and laundering black money, 4-5 cartels of market operators have been identified for making illicit gains or showing fictional losses of several thousands of crores of rupees over last 2-3 years.