Free Press Journal
  • India voices concern over Trump’s jibe on H1B visa

    New Delhi : India on Saturday voiced concerns over talks of scrapping non-immigrant H1B visa for professionals by the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, saying such a move would impact export-led growth.

  • Services face Maharashtra for title

    Nagpur : Maharashtra will face an uphill battle when they take on defending champions Services in the Santosh Trophy final here on Sunday.

  • Jewellers take out funeral procession close shops

    Ujjain : The strike by jewellers continued for a 12th straight day on Saturday demanding withdrawal of the proposed excise duty on non-silver jewellery items. The city on Saturday jewellers took out funeral procession of the black law imposed by the government here.

  • Bhau Daji Lad: A wondrous structure

    Bhavna Uchil took a gander through the Bhaudaji Lad museum which has been in the news recently for the spat between MCGM and the board of trustees, and came back awed (more…)

  • Anand draws with Aronian; Sergey  Karjakin catches up

    Moscow : Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand played out an easy draw as black against Levon Aronian of Armenia in the second round of the Candidates Chess tournament here on Saturday.

  • Kanhaiya’s brand of ‘freedom of speech’ under fire!

    Panaji : It won’t be tolerated that a person like Kanhaiya Kumar can say anything “just because we have freedom of speech”, Goa Environment and Forest Minister Rajendra Arlekar has said.

  • I League

    Mohun Bagan look to consolidate

  • Apology sought after analogy

    Compares RSS with ISIS; BJP demands apology from Cong leader Ghulam Nabi Azad

  • EB rally through Ranti hat-trick to beat Aizawl

    Aizawl : Ranti Martins struck a hat-trick as East Bengal made a late rally from a two-goal deficit to beat a 10-man Aizawl FC 3-2 in an I-League football match here on Saturday.

  • ONGC’s largest investment likely by March end: Saraf

    Mumbai : In what comes as Oil and Natural Gas (ONGC’s) largest investment in a single oilfield in over six decades, the state-run oil giant will invest multimillion dollars by the end of this month in 98/2 fields in the Krishna-Godavari River Basin off the coast of Andra Pradesh for the next three years.

  • Ajit Pawar

    BJP fearing graft charges in irrgn, says Ajit Pawar

    Mumbai : The BJP fears that they too might have to face corruption charges and hence they have not spent the funds allocated to the irrigation department, former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, who also handled the irrigation portfolio and is facing an inquiry in that regard, has said.

  • SC reverts back matrimonial row to the high court

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court has used the cliché “truth can be stranger than fiction” while reverting back a matrimonial dispute of a Sikh couple to the Punjab and Haryana High Court and setting aside its summary dismissal of case “without expressing any opinion on the pleas advanced.”

  • Major EPF tweaks coming to appease the middle class!

    New Delhi : The Government is in a damage control mode with a series of steps to flaunt its middle class image after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was forced to rollback a tax on the EPF (Employee Provident Fund) withdrawals on Tuesday. A group of secretaries have already given a presentation on the steps to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had reportedly forced Jaitley”s hand to withdraw the tax for a “comprehensive review.”

  • T20 cricket has brought in mixed fare, feels Tare

    Mumbai : The advent of the revolutionary Twenty20 cricket has brought in some negatives along with a lot of positives into the game, said Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy winning captain Aditya Tare here.

  • Crime branch nabs murderer after a decade

    Mumbai : The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police has arrested a 28-year-old man in connection to a 2006 murder case, the police said on Saturday.

  • TMC unveils candidates for 70 seats in Kerala

     Kolkata : Throwing a challenge to the Congress Left Front alliance in the ensuing West Bengal Assembly elections, the ruling Trinamool Congress has decided to nominate party candidates in all the constituencies in Kerala. Mr Manon Sankara Nellur spokes persons of Kerala Trinamool Congress said here on Saturday that his party would nominate candidates in all the 140 seats in Kerala.