Free Press Journal
  • Over two crore cases pending in lower judiciary

    New Delhi: Over two crore cases are pending in the country’s lower judiciary, out of which more than 10 per cent have remained unsettled for over 10 years, latest Law Ministry data says.

  • David Miller to lead Kings XI Punjab in IPL 9

    New Delhi: South Africa batsman David Miller has been appointed as the skipper of Kings XI Punjab for the upcoming ninth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • 2016 Auto Expo Records 1.09 lac Visitors on Fourth Day

    The 2016 Auto Expo is turning out to be a huge success. The automotive event is finally into its last hours and still the crowd keeps pouring on. Post entertaining an audience, whose number mounted to 1.1 lac and 1.3 lac over the weekend, the Auto Expo recorded the presence of 1.09 lac people, on Monday. The Crowd gathered to witness an exclusive showcases of cars, concepts, bikes and commercial vehicles.

  • India beat Sri Lanka in U-19 World Cup semis

    Mirpur: Strong batting by Anmolpreet Singh and Sarfaraz Khan helped India beat Sri Lanka by 97 runs in the semi-finals of the ICC U-19 World Cup at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.

  • Paris Attack victims

    ‘ISIS deployed 60 jihadists in Europe to attack 5 cities’

    Washington: ISIS deployed 60 jihadists in Europe as part of a plot to carry out attacks on five cities including London, Paris and Berlin before the carnage it unleashed in the French capital, according to a media report.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi government to submit its report card on Feb 14

    New Delhi: With the AAP government completing one year in office on February 14, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said his cabinet will take questions and suggestions from the people at a public event on that day. Kejriwal and his cabinet ministers will also take questions on phone and present their report card briefing the people about their “achievements” during last one year at the function, the venue of which is

  • Over 100 injured as police, protesters clash in Hong Kong

     Hong Kong:  Nearly 90 policemen and dozens of protesters were today injured in Hong Kong after a riot erupted when officials tried to shift illegal hawkers, the worst clashes since mass pro-democracy protests in 2014.

  • Three alleged ISIS sympathisers sent to 10 days’ NIA custody

    New Delhi: Three terror suspects, who were recently deported from UAE for their alleged ISIS links and for conspiring to carry out terror strikes in India and other countries, were today remanded to 10 days’ NIA custody by a Delhi court.

  • Cupid to strike at Kala Ghoda Fest 2016

    What could be more creative and unusual than taking your loved one to the most splendid festival of the city? The most dynamic festival of the year is on a roll, and to make things up a tad bit more exciting, this artistic fest falls on Valentine’s Day. Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2016 calls in for a blissful romantic adventure amidst a blend of celebrated art. So tag along your partner and

  • Tata Hexa TUFF – 2016 Auto Expo

    Tata Motors showcased 20 new products at the 2016 Auto Expo among which was the personalized Tata Hexa TUFF Concept.

  • Money laundering case: ED questions Pankaj Bhujbal

    Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today questioned Pankaj Bhujbal, son of senior NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal, in a money laundering case registered against him and others in connection with the construction of the new Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi and an another case.

  • ISIS

    S.E. Asia being targeted by global jihad: NYT

    New York: South East Asia is increasingly being targeted by international mujahideen forces as part of a global jihad, reports the New York Times.

  • Tapsee

    Haven’t been approached for YRF film: Taapsee Pannu 

    Mumbai: Actress Taapsee Pannu has denied media reports that she has been approached for a movie by the Yash Raj Films (YRF) banner. She says as of now, she has only two new projects in her kitty.

  • Mumbai Attacks, terrorist

    US committed to help India bring Mumbai attackers to justice

    Washington:Following Pakistani-American Lashkar-e-Taiba operative David Coleman Headley’s testimony in a Mumbai court, the US has reiterated its commitment help India bring to justice those responsible for the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

  • Sensex red down

    Sensex extends losses as Japan falls of the cliff

    The market today extended losses following a huge sell-off in the Japanese market, amid rising worries of global growth rate. Japan’s Nikkei index tumbled 5.4 percent (919 points) to 16,084 – its biggest single day fall in three years – dragged by banking shares.

  • US steps up military pressure on North Korea

    Beijing: The US is leading a drive to exert military pressure on North Korea in response to Pyongyang’s satellite launch which could escalate regional tension.

  • Telecom industry investing to improve network quality in Goa

    Panaji: Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) today said that quality of service (QoS) levels for all operators in Goa is in conformity with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)-mandated benchmark. “These measures have resulted in a substantial decrease in instances of dropped calls in almost all key areas in Goa under supervision of Department of Telecommunication (DoT) and TRAI, along with government’s support,” Rajan S Mathews Director General COAI told reporters

  • Oommen chandy

    Solar scam rocks Assembly,House adjourns after LDF protest    

    Thiruvananthapuram: The heat over the solar scam today continued to disrupt proceedings in the Kerala Assembly even as Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said that it was “painful” that the opposition was relying on the allegations of an accused in a criminal case.