Free Press Journal
  • High Court grants relief to seven PMLA accused

    Mumbai : On Tuesday, the Bombay High Court granted interim relief to seven of the several accused against whom the special Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court had issued non-bail able warrants for their alleged role in the Rs 800 crore money laundering case.

  • Kumbhkar appointed state prez

    Ujjain: Babulal Kumbhkar of Dupada village in Shajapur district was appointed State president of Malawi Prajapathi Samaj. He has been managing the services of 5-day 21 Kundiya Daksha Shakti Maha Yagna and the camp of Malawi Prajapati Samaj at Simhastha Mahakumbh.

  • SC orders review of Jiah Khan’s suicide case

    NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Bombay High Court to re-examine the 2013 suicide case of actress Jiah Khan in view of her mother Rubiya Amin’s plea for further probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT) and her complaint of improper hearing in the trial court in the absence of the special public prosecutor.

  • 3784 villages to acquire urban tag

    NEW DELHI : As many as 3784 villages in the country have grown to be recognised as towns in the 2011 Census and the Centre now wants the states to establish statutory local bodies like municipality to promote planned urban growth.

  • Compat sets aside Rs 1,773 crore penalty on Coal India

    New Delhi:  The Competition Appellate Tribunal today set aside the Rs 1,773 crore fine imposed on Coal India for unfair business ways and asked CCI to consider the matter afresh. At least two other orders passed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) related to Coal India where the former did not impose any penalty have also been set aside.

  • Tala Marandi is Jharkhand BJP president

    New Delhi:   BJP today appointed Tala Marandi its Jharkhand unit president as it sought to strike a balance in the tribal state by making a member of the community as its party chief after it had made a non-tribal, Raghubar Das as Chief Minister.

  • IAF chief flies Tejas fighter trainer in Bengaluru

    Bengaluru : The IAF chief, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, on Tuesday flew a trainer version of the indigenous Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) over the city under a cloudy sky, an official said.

  • Rajiv Bajaj slams Global NCAP

    New Delhi:  Bajaj Auto Managing Director Rajiv Bajaj lashed out at Global NCAP saying the UK-based charity’s stand on vehicle safety is beyond his “limited comprehension”, adding a fresh round to the spat between the two over crash test result of the company’s quadricycle Qute. Bajaj, who was invited to speak at a conference at Faridabad in which Global NCAP was one of the organisers, said it amused him “no end that

  • MBMC wakes up to protect open spaces!

    Mira Bhayandar  : The Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) seems to have finally woken up and will try to save reserved land that is falling prey to encroachments in different parts of the twin-city. In a belated move, the MBMC has formed a team of designated civic personnel to keep a hawk’s eye on the public utility plots.