Free Press Journal
  • SEZ, foreign trade acts to be made GST-compliant

    Kolkata: The Centre will tweak SEZ and foreign trade legislations to make them compliant with the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) which would form the backbone of indirect tax reforms in the country soon, an official said.

  • BJP ally RLSP heading for a split

    Patna : Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha-led Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), an NDA constituent, is heading for a split with the party on Friday suspending an MP and an MLA for alleged anti-party activities. Based on the recommendations of party’s disciplinary committee chief and MP Ram Kumar Sharma, the National Council has decided to suspend Lok Sabha member Arun Kumar and MLA Lallan Paswan for indulging in anti-party activities, said a statement by

  • HC orders Omar’s wife to gracefully evict bungalow

    New Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Friday asked Payal Abdullah, the estranged wife of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, to ‘gracefully’ vacate the government accommodation allotted to Omar in 1999 in the Lutyens Zone in New Delhi.

  • Clearing backlog of cases big challenge for judiciary, says CJI

    Shimla : Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur on Friday said that clearing the huge backlog of cases across the country was a national challenge for the judiciary, and pointed out that such backlog attracts criticism for the entire judicial system.

  • Bihar hooch tragedy: 15 policemen suspended

    Patna/Gopalganj : All the police personnel of Town police station in Gopalganj have been suspended in connection with the suspected hooch tragedy which has claimed the lives of 16 people. “The 15 policemen, including the Officer In-charge of Town police station under which the tragedy took place in Khajurbanni locality, were suspended on Thursday on charge of dereliction of duty,” Superintendent of Police Raviranjan Kumar told PTI.

  • Pall of gloom in DAVV staff quarters, Hatod

    Indore : A pall of gloom descended in the DAVV staff quarters and Marimata area of Hatod village when the news of tragic death of lecturer Rameshwar Jatav and four others reached on Friday evening.

  • Passion rules these professionals’ heart

    Thousands of people take up photography as a hobby for a variety of reasons. Professionals particularly take it up to unwind and give their expression wings. We have some amateur photographers, including some who didn’t allow their handicap to stop them from doing what they love most, talking about why they are so enamoured by photography.

  • Kailash Vijayvargiya

    Kailash Vijayvargiya may go to Rajya Sabha on Najma Heptullah’s seat

    BHOPAL : A Rajya Sabha seat from the state would fall vacant following Najma Heptullah becoming governor of Manipur. Najma’s tenure as MP would have ended in April, 2018. Several BJP leaders are eying this seat for which bye-polls will be held.

  • Court can now proceed ex parte against Dow

    BHOPAL : The CBI, on Friday, said that it has no objection to the shifting of the Bhopal gas disaster case from the court of First Class Judicial Magistrate (JMFC) to the court of chief judicial magistrate (CJM).

  • Delay in upgrading landing system hits air service hard

    INDORE : Delay in upgradation of landing system at the city airport is badly affecting air travelers as due to bad weather one flight was diverted while another was cancelled on Friday.

  • Police arrest four with fake currency

    Indore : Busting a gang dealing with fake currency, the police on Thursday arrested four persons and seized Rs 24000 fake currency from them.

  • BJP core panel discusses Shahdol candidate

    BHOPAL : A brain storming session was held in BJP core committee meeting at CM house on Friday. The leaders discussed many issues in the meeting.

  • P V Sindhu overflows

    Pusarla seals Silver for India