Free Press Journal
  • EOW attached defaulters’ assets worth Rs 5k cr: NSEL

    Mumbai : The defunct National Spot Exchange Ltd has claimed that the Economic Offences Wing of the Mumbai Police has attached assets worth around Rs 5,000 crore of defaulting brokers. The spot exchange was shuttered in August 2013 following a Rs 5,600 crore payments scam.

  • Lajong, Mumbai win in I-League

    Shillong/Mumbai : Shillong Lajong escaped relegation with a 1-0 win over East Bengal in their final match of the 2015-16 I-League while Mumbai FC produced an impressive show hammering DSK Shivajians 4-0 to stay up on Sunday.

  • Some MPs seeks relief from odd-even scheme

    New Delhi : Problems arising out of Delhi’s Odd-Even scheme had their echo at an all-party meeting convened by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, where an MP sought relief from the Speaker saying some members were facing inconvenience due to it.

  • Sandeep Tomar claims Olympic quota

    Mongolia :  Young wrestler Sandeep Tomar secured an Olympic quota by clinching a bronze in the men’s freestyle 57kg category at the World Qualifying Tournament.

  • Now, app controlled LED bulbs from Syska

    Taking a step closer to smart homes, Syska India’s leading player in the LED Lighting known for its smart innovation reveals a whole new dimension to lighting that can be digitized, it’s the smartest ‘Rainbow LED Bulb’ which vows to personalize your experience to the most colourful rainbow shades to choose from, that could be controlled wirelessly, illuminating 3 million colours for every mood, bringing endless possibilities light Years ahead. Syska Rainbow

  • Laurent Blanc will continue as head coach

    Paris: Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) Laurent Blanc will remain head coach during the next football season, club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has said.

  • Bhuria still BJP vice prez, Kaptan too in executive panel

    BHOPAL :  It has been ten months since former MLA Dilip Singh Bhuria left for his heavenly abode but he is still vice president for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The website of the BJP, which claims to be pro-technology, is in bad shape. Although Suhas Bhagat has taken charge as state organisational general secretary, but the list of state executive body still shows Arvind Menon as holding the post. Similarly, BJP

  • ‘Esca Fiesta’ at KIMI

    Kohinoor International Management Institute (KIMI), Khandala, recently organized its food festival, ‘Esca Fiesta’. The theme of the festival was ‘Flavours of India’, which featured popular cuisines of various Indian states. The students, under the guidance of the faculty, planned and executed the festival.

  • Acer unleashes new game changing Predator series

    Acer India, one of the largest PC vendors in the country, today took the wraps off of its world renowned line of gaming series, Predator that encompasses diverse form factors of Notebook, Desktop, Projector and Gaming monitor.

  • Yogeshwar slams Salman’s appointment

    New Delhi :  Bollywood star Salman Khan’s appointment as the Indian Olympic contingent’s goodwill ambassador has not gone down well with star wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt, who feels a sportsperson should have been chosen for the role.

  • A N Shanbhag: Treatment of Capital Gains on Sale of Property

    As readers may be aware, the law offers exemption from long-term capital gains tax from sale of immovable property if the funds are reinvested in another residential property. Sec. 54 offered the exemption if the asset sold was a residential house and Sec. 54F offered the exemption if it was any asset other than a residential house.

  • Indians In Kenya

    The Kenya African National Union leader, Mr. Tom Mboya , addressing the Press Guild of India in Bombay on Thursday, made some barbed remarks on the role of the Asian and Indian settlers in particular in Kenya. “One would expect” he said, “the Indians in Africa, hailing from the land of Gandhi as they do, to know better.” Clearly, the implication of his remark is that the Indians in Africa are obstructing

  • India will develop only when villages develop: Rijiju

    Itanagar: Development of India is possible only when all villages of the country develop at par, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said on Sunday. “For development of villages, Panchayat Raj Institutions need to be strengthened,” Rijiju said at a function here on occasion of National Panchayati Raj Day. “Unless the Panchayati Raj Institutions are strengthened, there is no meaning in planning schemes and policies at the Centre as