Free Press Journal
  • BSNL to sign 2G roaming pact with Jio, Vodafone this month

    New Delhi:  State-owned BSNL is in advanced talks with Reliance Jio and Vodafone for signing a 2G roaming agreement this month.  “We are in advanced stages for signing 2G intra-circle roaming agreement with Reliance Jio and Vodafone. I believe agreement with them should be signed this month,” BSNL Chairman and Managing Director Anupam Shrivastava told PTI.  Under the agreement, customers of Reliance Jio and Vodafone will get access to BSNL network where

  • BMC launches fire safety campaign

    Mumbai : With an objective to mitigate losses in fire mishaps, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) Fire Brigade department on Sunday launched ‘Fire Volunteer Programme’ to train citizens in tackling emergency situations.

  • RCB meet Kings XI

    Mohali: Desperate to get their campaigns back on track, two bottom placed teams in Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore lock horns here, aiming to keep their winning momentum going to stay afloat in the ninth edition of the Indian Premier League.

  • Happy Transition

    The decision of Master Tara Singh to enlist Hindu support for his Punjabi Suba cause is the most encouraging, and from the Sikh point of view the wisest, development that has taken place in what has been hitherto a sorry tale. The Sikh leader could not have chosen a more propitious moment to arrive at this decision because now, more than ever before, there is a healthy spirit of conciliation in all

  • Denied water, Dalit man digs own well in village!

    Nagpur : Anguished over being denied access to water by upper caste people, a Dalit labourer from a village in Washim district of Maharashtra’s drought-hit Vidarbha toiled for hours to dig his own well.

  • In a first, CRPF women commandos to take on Naxals!

    New Delhi : Breaking yet another proverbial glass ceiling, country’s largest paramilitary force CRPF is set to deploy over 560 women commandos for undertaking anti-Naxal operations in select Left Wing Extremism-affected states.

  • Dealing with minor issues in Income Tax

    Take a situation where a minor has made sizable long-term capital gains through sale of jewellery inherited by him. The gains will be clubbed in the hands of the father whose income is higher than that of his wife. The father desires to take advantage of the exemption from long-term capital gains available u/s 54F by purchasing a residential house within the stipulated time.