Free Press Journal
  • UP cabinet okays Seventh Pay Commission recommendations

    Lucknow, Dec 13 (IANS) The Uttar Pradesh cabinet on Tuesday approved the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, which is likely to benefit more than 21 lakh state government employees, teachers and pensioners, an official said.

  • Kriti Sanon spotted wearing the new ‘Rs 2000 note’ dress

    We all know that the demonetisation process has been going on in full swing across the nation. Demonetisation talk apart, recently Kriti Sanon was spotted wearing a dress that had prints of the newly launched Rs. 2000 all over it.

  • Priyanka Chopra becomes UNICEF’s Global Goodwill Ambassador

    United Nations: Actress Priyanka Chopra, appointed as UNICEF’s newest global Goodwill Ambassador, urgedpeople from across nations to become the “collective voice” of oppressed children in the world and join forces to leave a better future for the coming generations.

  • Parliament

    15th anniversary of 2001 India Parliament Attack: Ten facts every Indian should know

    It has been fifteen years since India’s parliament Complex was stormed by five militants on December 13, 2001. The terrorists were sponsored by Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba also known as JeM and LeT. The terrorists were equipped with guns, grenades and other explosives and were killed by the security officers before they could enter the main chamber.

  • PM Modi to inaugurate sea monument of Chhatrapati Shivaji on 24 December

    The sea monument of the warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharj gets a nod from the state government, and all the necessary clearances from the naval and environment aspects have been cleared. There were nine permissions that were required for the clearance of the project which now has been sorted out and the bhoomi pujan of the sea monument of Chharapati Shivaji Maharaj will be held on 24th December.

  • Chidamabaram dubs demonetisation as biggest scam of the year

    Nagpur: Dubbing the Centre’s demonetisation move as “the biggest scam of the year”, Congress leader and former finance minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday called for an investigation of the note ban.

  • Big Bazaar err’s in billing, shoppers better be safe and check your bills

    Mumbai: A note of caution to all shoppers, who visit big retailers for their monthly household needs. Shopping from the big malls, is always fun and convenient, given the fact that one gets all the goods under one roof, and also benefits of discounts and free home deliveries.

  • ED arrests 7 middlemen; seizes Rs 93 lakh new notes in Karnataka

    Bengaluru: Unearthing a racket involved in illegal conversion of demonetised notes, the ED has arrested seven alleged middlemen and seized Rs 93 lakh in new currency in Karnataka as part of its money laundering probe.

  • Cyclone Vardah on Twitter

    Day after Vardah: Chennai feels like a forest

    Chennai, Chennaities woke up to uprooted trees, big broken branches blocking the roads, fallen name boards, hoardings, damaged compound walls and vehicles under fallen trees, power cut and lack of milk supplies on Tuesday, a day after severe cyclone Vardah ripped through the city.