Free Press Journal
  • Panchayat secretary produces affidavits of widows

    Sendhwa : Panchayat secretary Sriram Rathore on Monday presented himself before the SDM with regards to an embezzlement case where he was accused of withdrawing Indira Vikas Yojna wages of deceased men by former Janpad president and BJP leader Seetaram Patel.

  • 10 die in bomb attack on UN bus in Somalia

    Mogadishu (Somalia) : A bomb exploded on Monday in a bus carrying UN employees in northern Somalia, killing at least 10 people and wounding many others, police and UN officials said.

  • Netanyahu gets more time to form new govt

    Jerusalem : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on Monday given a 14-day extension to form a new government, as the hawkish leader struggled to stitch up a coalition after his surprise victory in the polls over a month ago.

  • Saina, Kashyap to lead India challenge

    The recently-crowned World No. 1, Saina, has already sailed to the third round after getting a bye and a walk over in the first two rounds respectively.
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  • BP’s application for retailing jet fuel rejected

    New Delhi : The government has rejected British oil major BP’s application for selling aviation turbine fuel (ATF) to airlines because the company’s investment does not qualify it for a retailing licence, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday. “To get marketing rights for transportation fuels, namely, Motor Spirit (MS), High Speed Diesel (HSD) and Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) applicants must meet the requirements that inter alia include investment or proposed investment

  • No rivalry, insists Priyanka…

    Thousands of pairs of eyes will be trained on the beauteous Priyanka Chopra and the stunning Deepika Padukone, the two leading ladies of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming ‘Bajirao Mastani’. From their costumes, to their jewellery, to their screen time – everything will be scrutinized, discussed, compared and debated.

  • 3-year-old branded in anganwadi in Panaji

    Panaji: The Goa government on Monday launched a probe after a three-year-old boy’s cheek was branded with a red-hot iron ladle by an anganwadi worker because he was constantly crying and wanted to meet his mother.

  • Kashmir breathes easy as normalcy returns

    Srinagar : Life in Kashmir returned to normal on Monday, after remaining disrupted for two days over the killing of a youth in police firing in Budgam district, even as authorities lifted the restriction on the movement of separatist leaders in Kashmir.

  • Daiichi to sell stake in Sun Pharma

    Tokyo/New Delhi : Japanese drug maker Daiichi Sankyo will sell part or all of its holding in Sun Pharmaceutical Industries which its received following the merger of Ranbaxy into the Indian pharma major.

  • Mobile apps make toddlers smarter

    New York : Using mobile apps in preschool classrooms may help improve early literacy skills and boost school readiness for children, according to new research, reports PTI.

  • Bagan dials AIFF on refereeing in I-League

    Kolkata:  Mohun Bagan got in touch with the All India Football Federation (AIFF), expressing “deep concern” about the standard of refereeing in the ongoing I-League.

  • I-T notice to Voda seeking returns reassessment

    New Delhi : Tax authorities have issued a fresh notice to UK-based telecom giant Vodafone seeking reassessment of tax returns for two years.