Free Press Journal
  • Russian ‘bahu’ on hunger strike against ‘saas’ in Agra

    Agra: In a regular case of ‘saas-bahu’ woes but with a twist, this tale from Agra has set tongues wagging as a Russian daughter-in-law has been sitting in protest against her mother-in-law at the doorstep of the family home, from where she has been kicked out.

  • BSE taking steps to curb illegal money flow into penny stocks

    New Delhi :  In a bid to prevent black money being invested in shares, India’s oldest stock exchange BSE has created various price bands for scrips on weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual basis for early deduction of illegal money flows.

  • Now, buy ganga jal from your nearest post office

    Patna : The Union Communication ministry on Sunday launched the Gangajal (ganga water) distribution scheme through post offices in the country by opening an e-commerce sales depot at General Post Office at Patna.

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    Wimble ‘Don’ Murray beats Milos Raonic in finale

    London : Britain’s Andy Murray clinched a second Wimbledon title and third Grand Slam crown Sunday when he downed misfiring Milos Raonic of Canada 6-4, 7-6 (7/3), 7-6 (7/2).

  • Sebi steps up L’affaire Mallya probe; to seek overseas help

    “We have taken note of the latest disclosure by USL and have begun looking into suspected violation of various securities market regulations including those relating to related party transactions, corporate governance and diversion of funds by promoters and top management,” top official said (more…)

  • No eviction for farmer on ‘leased’ land after expiry period, rules SC

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court has held that a farmer, who is in possession of leased land even after expiry of the lease period, cannot be evicted if the owner either acknowledges the tenancy or is accepting the rent. Referring to a provision of the Transfer of Property Act, a three-judge bench headed by Justice Ranjan Gogoi set aside the judgement of the Punjab and Haryana High Court which had ordered the

  • Double delight

    London : Serena Williams followed up her seventh Wimbledon singles title and record-equalling 22nd Grand Slam crown with victory in the women’s doubles alongside sister Venus here.

  • ‘Udta Punjab’ to be screened for AIIMs doctors

    New Delhi : Authorities at National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre (NDDTC), AIIMS are mulling screening Hindi film ‘Udta Punjab’ on the hospital campus to make the resident doctors aware of the different aspects of drug abuse and addiction.

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    IUML bats for Zakir Naik, says he is being hunted

    Kozhikode : Controversial Mumbai-based Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Sunday got support from Kerala’s Indian Union Muslim League, which claimed he had always spoken against terrorism and was now being ‘hunted’.

  • Sizeable dip in Indian black money parked abroad, says Jaitley

    Ahmedabad :  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said the Narendra Modi government’s “activism” against black money in the last two years has resulted into a “sizable dip” in illegal assets stashed abroad by Indians.

  • Jayaram crashes

    California : Ajay Jayaram of India crashed out of the US Open badminton tournament after suffering a straight-game loss to Japan’s Kanta Tsuneyama in the semi-finals of the men’s singles category here on Sunday.

  • Three in a row

    Hamilton completes hat-trick of home wins  (more…)