Free Press Journal
  • Now, Triple Talaq Comes Under Lens

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the Centre and tagged it with a batch of cases on a writ petition filed by a Muslim woman from Howrah challenging the constitutional validity of ”triple talaq.” The petitioner’s husband of 15 years had called her on phone from Dubai, uttered the word ”talaq” thrice and disconnected the call.

  • Saketh Myneni a step closer to US open

    New York : India’s Saketh Myneni is one win away from making the singles main draw of the US Open as he advanced to the final Qualifying round with a 7-6 (6) 6-4 win over local lad Mitchell Krueger, here.

  • Congress alleges corruption in old Patwari school dev works

    Ujjain : Leader of opposition in Ujjain Municipal Corporation, Rajendra Vasishtha, local corporator Rekhaben Gehlot and Rahim Shah Lala alleged corruption in the development works of old Patwari School located at Indoregate area, on Friday.

  • RBI’s move to sharpen bond market a positive step: Ind-Ra

    New Delhi : Reserve Bank’s (RBI) measures for development of fixed income and currency markets are a step in right direction and can help broaden the market over medium to long term, India Ratings & Research (Ind-Ra) on Friday said.

  • No ‘right to ban’ implicit in right to manage shrine

    Mumbai : Giving out a message of not permitting any kind of ‘inessential’ religious practice, the Bombay High Court on Friday lifted the ban on women’s entry inside the sanctum sanctorum of the historic Haji Ali Dargah in South Mumbai.

  • Theft at Goyal Villa

    Ujjain : Thieves broke into Goyal Villa located at Gebi Hanuman Gali and decamped with valuables on Thursday night. The house was the residence of Sevadham Ashram founder Sudhir Goyal, journalist Dr Sachin Goyal and trader Samir Goyal. Thieves razed the households at the ground and first floor. They also damaged almirah, doors and glass panels.

  • Bureaucracy steeped in corruption from top to bottom: Kailash Vijayvargiya

    BHOPAL : Launching an acerbic attack on the bureaucracy, BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya told the RSS review meeting here on Saturday that the the burearacy was steeped in corruption from top to bottom. The chief minister and the ministers may be honest and the government may formulate the best of policies but it is the bureaucracy which has to implement them.

  • ISL-3 to be held from Oct 1 to Dec 18

    Mumbai : Season-3 of the Indian Super League football would be held from October 1 to December 18, with the opening game scheduled in Guwahati and the venues of the two-legged semi finals to be decided later.

  • Mahindra & Mahindra launches technology platform DigiSense

    Mumbai : It is time that your vehicles, tractors, trucks and construction equipment get smarter too. As Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) announced an after sales product, DigiSense, which would be pre-installed in various upcoming vehicle variants.

  • Charvi Kawle survives Dyuti Patki scare

    Mumbai : Women’s third seed Charvi Kawle endured a strong challenge before overcoming Dyuti Patki in the quarter-finals of the 4 Star Chembur Gymkhana Mumbai Suburban District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, on Friday.

  • Don’t penalise for mistakes during GST changeover: Assocham

    New Delhi : Seeking adequate time for the required compliance of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime, an industry organisation said that penal provisions should not be applied for unintended mistake during the transition phase, as was done in the case of service tax for a few years.