Free Press Journal
  • Court refuses bail to 14 suspected ISIS operatives

    New Delhi : A special court on Monday refused bail to 14 suspected ISIS operatives, arrested from across the country for allegedly financing and recruiting people to join the terror group.

  • Sushila Chanu to lead Indian hockey eves

    New Delhi : Defender Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will lead a 17-member Indian women’s hockey team in a four-nation tournament in Darwin, Australia starting May 30.

  • Bundesliga footballers vote Messi as world’s best

    Berlin : Bundesliga footballers have chosen Spanish champions FC Barcelona’s Argentine forward Lionel Messi as the world’s best player, according to a traditional survey run by Kicker magazine at the end of every season.

  • TI line-attached after head constable caught taking bribe

    Indore : Central Kotwali police station in-charge Chhatrapal Singh was line-attached on Monday after a head constable was caught by Lok Ayukta police while accepting an amount of Rs 1500 as bribe.

  • State and Union govt officials on Simhastha duty await CM’s reward

    Ujjain : With the conclusion of mega religious gathering Simhastha Mela, all the government personnel who rendered their services during the month long event must have been longing for an extra payment of Rs 5000 as an honorarium announced by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan after the second round of squall on May 9, 2016.

  • Gayle launches scathing attack at sexism critics

    London :  West Indies star Chris Gayle has insisted controversial comments he made to a female television reporter earlier this year were “just a little fun” as he turned on critics including Andrew Flintoff and Ian Chappell.

  • ED sends LRs to UK, Singapore to probe Aircel-Maxis, Karti

    New Delhi: ED has sent Letters Rogatory (judicial requests) to UK and Singapore in connection with its money laundering probe in the Aircel-Maxis deal case and parallel investigations in the financial transactions of some companies belonging to friends of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s son Karti.

  • DGP Singh congratulates cops on successful hosting of Simhastha

    Ujjain : The top cop of the state, director general of police (DGP) Surendra Singh congratulated officers of police department, paramilitary forces, GRP, Home Guards and SAF for providing exemplary services during Simhastha fair in a meeting, here at Police Control Room on Sunday.

  • Cop caught thrashing woman on camera

    Mumbai : A police officer has been caught on camera allegedly thrashing a woman inside the Kandivali police station here following which an inquiry has been ordered into the incident.

  • HC sets up panel to inspect two children’s homes in city

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has set up a committee of representatives of NGOs to visit two children’s homes in the city to ascertain whether cleanliness is maintained and proper hygienic food is served to the inmates.

  • TataCLiQ.com ties up with Genesis to retail intl luxury brands

    New Delhi : Tata Group’s upcoming e-commerce platform ‘TataCLiQ.com’ on Monday entered into a strategic partnership with Genesis Luxury Fashion to sell a wide range of international luxury brands exclusively in India.

  • 12-yr-old US desi genius eyes to become doctor at 18!

    Los Angeles: A 12-year-old Indian-American boy, who was congratulated by President Barack Obama after he became the youngest ever to graduate from a US college, is eyeing to become a doctor by the time he turns 18 as he has been accepted to two prestigious university campuses. Tanishq Abraham, a native of Sacramento in California, has been accepted to University of California (UC) Davis and received a regent’s scholarship to UC Santa

  • Bayer puts in bid to acquire Monsanto for $ 62 billion

    Berlin/New Delhi : German pharmaceutical and chemicals giant Bayer AG on Monday  said that it has made an all-cash offer to acquire US biotechnology major Monsanto Co for USD 62 billion.