Free Press Journal
  • File appeals on merit: CBDT directs taxmen

    New Delhi :  Disapproving of the ‘casual’ attitude of taxmen in filing appeals and pursuing litigation in important revenue matters, the CBDT has asked the I-T department to take legal recourse only in “deserving” cases.

  • Young women watching more porn than ever

    New York : While the core audience for porn is predominantly male, there has been a surge in women porn viewers among the millennial generation (those born after 1980), an interesting study has revealed, reports IANS.

  • Sahara asks US court to reject attachment plea for hotels

    New York :  Slapped with a USD 350 million lawsuit seeking attachment of its two prized hotels here, crisis-ridden Sahara has told a US court here that it has been wrongly dragged into a dispute between two entities over “a potential business relationship gone sour”, reports PTI.


    Goal planning gives you adequate control of your finances and provides a lifetime of peace, writes KARTIK JHAVERI.

  • D.Y. Patil University launches BBA

    DYPATIL University launched its Bachelors in Business Administration (BBA) programme at its School of Management campus at CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai, last week.

  • Delhi boy wins juniors double at Wimbledon

    Wimbledon : Youngster Sumit Nagal, too, etched his name in the history books on Sunday by winning the Wimbledon boys’ doubles title with Vietnamese partner Nam Hoang Ly. The 17-year-old Nagal and his Ly — seeded eighth — defeated American-Japanese fourth seeds in the final in an hour and three minutes. The New Delhi-born, right-handed player had also entered the boys’ singles competition.

  • Queen could get millions in compensation for jet noise

    London : Queen Elizabeth II could be the single biggest beneficiary of a 700 million pounds compensation scheme to noiseproof Windsor Castle if a third runway at Britain’s Heathrow airport goes ahead.