Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal

    EC sends notice to Kejriwal over ‘bribe’ remark

    New Delhi: The Election Commission on Monday sent a notice to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal for violating the Model Code of Conduct and has asked for an explanation over his ‘bribe’ remark by Thursday.

  • Delegation from Kargil meet JK Guv

    Jammu: A delegation from Kargil today called on Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra here to apprise him about various issues concerning the Ladakh district.

  • V Narayanasamy

    BJP promoting ‘Hindu Nation’ : Cong

    Shillong: Congress today alleged that the BJP led NDA government was trying to make the country a ‘Hindu nation’ subverting the Constitution.

  • Maneka Gandhi,

    Female foeticide needs to be fought strongly: Maneka Gandhi

    Panipat (Har): Stressing that the society as a whole needs to change the mindset towards the girl child to end the problem of female foeticide, Union minister Maneka Gandhi today said the practice was more prevalent among the middle, upper-middle and rich sections of the society.

  • Amit Shah

    Mamata to blame for Burdwan blast, uproot Trinamool: Amit Shah

    Burdwan: BJP president Amit Shah launched a scathing attack on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, and asked people to uproot the Trinamool Congress government for jeopardising national security for the sake of vote bank.

  • England crush spineless India by nine wickets

    Brisbane: A spineless India suffered their second consecutive defeat as England crushed them by nine wickets with a bonus point, throwing their cricket tri-series campaign in jeopardy here today.

  • CII, Alibaba tie up to provide global platform to Indian SMEs

    Beijing: To facilitate greater economic engagement between Indian and Chinese SMEs, Confederation of Indian Industry has signed an MOU with China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba to build business-to-business linkages through global online platform.

  • Govt may take Post Bank public after establishing it

    New Delhi: Government is mulling to take the proposed Post Bank of India public or gradually increase public participation to raise funds after converting the vast post office network into a commercial bank.

  • Karnataka look to continue unbeaten run

    Mysore:  Riding high on their all-round performance, defending champions Karnataka would look to continue the unbeaten run when they take on an equally strong Baroda side in their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match here tomorrow.

  • Williams sisters, Kvitova cruise into second round of Oz Open

    Melbourne  : The Williams sisters kicked off their Australian Open campaign with a convincing straight-sets victory over their respective rivals to stroll into the second round of the first grand slam of the year in Melbourne.

  • UP offers fresh incentives for chartered tourist flights

    Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government Tuesday hiked the subsidy provided to chartered flight operators by Rs.5 per kilometre, a move that is expected to reduce intra-state fares significantly, officials said Tuesday.

  • Sharath Kamal

    Wish TTFI would have realised my services for country: Sharath Kamal

    New Delhi:  India’s finest ever table tennis player Sharath Kamal today lashed out at the parent body TTFI’s decision to overlook him for India’s Asian Cup campaign after he chose to skip the National Championship for club commitments in Germany.

  • Barack Obama

    Obama visit to bring Make In India tidings

    New Delhi: Happening like a quick follow-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s November US visit that secured its corporate commitments of $41 billion in India, President Barack Obama’s visit later this week is expected to result in major announcements on the Make In India front, informed sources said.

  • Sensex

    Sensex, Nifty touch all time high; banking stoks roll 

    Mumbai: Positive European cues ahead of a possible European Central Bank (ECB) stimulus and bullish investor sentiment on hopes of further reforms in the upcoming budget, propelled the Indian equities market to touch all time highs in Tuesday’s intra-day trade.

  • Steven Finn

    I’m pleased my hard work finally paid off, says Steven Finn

    Brisbane:  He scripted a memorable comeback today snapping five wickets to set up England’s nine-wicket win over India in the cricket tri-series and pacer Steven Finn said he was happy to see that his hard work finally paid off.

  • Bank Strike

    Bank unions defer proposed 4-day strike

    New Delhi: PSU bank employees’ unions have deferred the proposed four-day strike from January 21 after the management of banks (IBA) assured that wage related issues will be resolved by early February.

  • Ayushmann Khurrana

    I’m immune to rejections: Ayushmann Khurrana

    Mumbai : Actor Ayushmann Khurrana, whose last two films “Nautanki Saala” and “Bewakoofiyaan” bombed at the box office, says he’s become immune to rejections.