Free Press Journal
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    Kriti Sanon gets injured on ‘Raabta’ set

    New Delhi: Kriti Sanon, who is leaving no stone unturned to perfect her role for the upcoming flick ‘Raabta,’ has reportedly injured her ankle while shooting an action sequence.

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    L’affaire Mallya: More banks get ED call for financial details

    Mumbai: Expanding its money laundering probe into L’affaire Mallya, the Enforcement Directorate has asked around half a dozen lenders of Kingfisher Airlines to furnish details of the financial transactions conducted by the long-grounded air carrier and its top executives.

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    5,000 jobs affected by diesel vehicles ban in Delhi-NCR: Siam

    New Delhi: The ban imposed on diesel cars and SUVs of engine capacity 2,000cc and above in Delhi-NCR by the Supreme Court has impacted about 5,000 jobs in the automobile sector, according to the industry body Siam.

  • E-filing of tax returns jumps 68.5 pc in April

    New Delhi: E-filing of tax returns witnessed a jump of 68.5 per cent in the first month of the current fiscal year with over 8.32 lakh assessees filing ITRs electronically.

  • LIC’s Gulf arm tops overseas chart, chips in with 80 pc income

    Mumbai: LIC has had a good run in the Gulf countries with its Bahrain-based arm LIC International that manages the GCC markets becoming the best among its eight international subsidiaries in terms of new business premium collection in 2015.

  • After draping AI one crew in Khadi, Tourism Min to use fabric in ITDC hotels

    New Delhi: After draping Air India crew members operating Air India One, the official aircraft for flying the President, Vice President and Prime Minister, in ‘khadi’ uniform, it is now the turn of Tourism Ministry to use some of the indigenous fabric in its various ITDC hotels.

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    SSB to enhance number of women at border posts: DG

    New Delhi: Border guarding force SSB, the first paramilitary to have women combatants in its ranks, is drawing a plan to further enhance their numbers at its forward posts on Nepal and Bhutan frontiers.

  • Railway to lay test track for trial of high-speed trains

    New Delhi: In a first for Indian Railway, the public sector transporter is laying a 20 km-long test track, equipped with a state-of-the-art laboratory, near Raipur for trial of high-speed and regular trains it plans to introduce.

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    DCW brands Dilip Ghosh as ‘blot on politics,’ asks BJP to sack him

    New Delhi: Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal on Sunday condemned the controversial remark made by West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh for the female students of Jadavpur University and called on the saffron party to seek his resignation as he is a ‘blot’ on politics.

  • Samjhauta blasts: SC seeks reply on plea for release of Pak survivor

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has sought responses from the Centre and Punjab on the plea of the father of a Pakistani national, who landed in Amritsar jail after surviving the 2007 terror attack in the Samjhauta Express, seeking his immediate release.

  • BJP govt ‘shrunk and sunk’ Indian economy: Congress

    New Delhi: Responding to Finance minister Arun Jaitley’s remark that the BJP-led central government will put the Goods and Services Tax (GST) bill to vote in the Rajya Sabha in Monsoon Session of Parliament with or without Congress, the grand old party on Sunday alleged that the BJP government has ‘shrunk and sunk’ the Indian economy adding that India is possibly facing the greatest amount of economic distress.

  • 18 terrorists infiltrated Kashmir Valley in April, 3 killed

    Srinagar/New Delhi: As many as 18 “highly trained” terrorists crossed the Line of Control and infiltrated the Kashmir Valley in April this year of whom three were shot dead, according to security agencies.

  • Government may go for voting on GST Bill

    New Delhi : With most options exhausted, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the government may seek voting on GST Constitution amendment bill in Rajya Sabha in the monsoon session in case Congress continues to oppose the long-pending indirect tax law.

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    Shahabuddin’s shooter arrested for scribe murder

    Patna :  The Siwan police on Saturday evening arrrested Upendra Singh, a sharpshooter of  jailed former MP Md Shahabuddin in connection with the murder of journalist  Rajdev Ranjan on Friday night. Police also detained two more persons who are being questioned.

  • Flight lands with flat tyres, survives massive disaster

    Mumbai :  In a first of its kind incident at Mumbai airport, over 160 passengers and crew on-board a Lufthansa flight from Munich to the megapolis had a providential escape here on Friday night after all four back tyres of the Airbus aircraft were damaged while landing.

  • Union minister, Kankeshwari Devi release Free Press book on Simhastha 2016

    Ujjain : A coffee table book dedicated by Free Press to Simhastha Mahaparva 2016 was released by Maa Kankeshwari Devi and Union minister of steel, mines, labour and employment, Narendra Singh Tomar, among others at Maa Kankeshwari Dham here on Saturday.

  • Delhi woman Leena Sharma murdered

    BHOPAL :  The body of Leena Sharma, 40, an ex-employee of American Embassy School, New Delhi, who had gone missing under mysterious circumstance after reaching Sohagpur, was found near Dudadeh village, 50 km away from Hoshangabad district on Saturday morning.

  • ‘Holier than thou’ attitude driving us towards conflicts, says Modi

    Ninora (Ujjain) :  Stating that global warming and terrorism were the biggest challenges the world is facing today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Saturday said that ‘holier than thou’ attitude was driving people towards conflicts and this attitude needed to be shunned.

  • Shivraj banking on RSS, sadhus to bust Simhastha myth?

    BHOPAL :  There is a myth that no chief minister of Madhya Pradesh survives Simhastha.   The chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who has smashed many a myth in the past is now trying to break this myth too.