Free Press Journal
  • Supreme Court to examine cash-for-vote MLAs sting case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to examine the Tamil Nadu cash-for-vote MLAs sting case. The date for when the court will hear the case is yet to be ascertained.

  • Catholic crosses desecrated: Parrikar claims ‘attempts being made to brew tension in Goa’

    Panaji: In wake of desecration of religious symbols and Temples in South-Goa, state chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said specific attempts are being made to create tension in the region. While talking to media here Parrikar said, “There appears to be specific attempts to try and create some sort of tension in the state. These acts will not be tolerated. The culprits will face the music once they are arrested,”

  • Andhra Pradesh man ends life after killing wife, two daughters

    Vijayawada: A farmer committed suicide after killing his wife and two daughters in Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district, police said.  Ramsubba Reddy, who was missing since the triple murders on Tuesday, was found in an unconscious condition near TTD Kalyana Mandapam in Tadipatri town on Wednesday.

  • Modi visits Israel: Five things that define India-Israel relationship

    Laying the foundation of a new chapter in relations with Israel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his visit on Tuesday, receiving an extraordinary welcome by the Jewish nation. The personal chemistry and the warmth between Modi and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was apparent in their remarks and their hugs.

  • Vinay Pathak, Sarika to collaborate for web series

    Mumbai: Actor Vinay Pathak has been cast in a web series “Ab Ki Baari Vipin Bihari: Dreams Have No Expiry Date”, which has veteran actress Sarika as the creative producer and will be directed by Sanjay Tripathy.

  • Xiaomi to acquire key Nokia patents

    New Delhi: In a strategic move, Chinese tech major Xiaomi and Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia on Wednesday signed an agreement for business collaboration and patent licencing where Xiaomi will acquire key patent assets from Nokia. The multi-year patent agreement includes a cross license to each company’s cellular standard essential patents. The financials of the deal were not disclosed.

  • Twist to Mandana Karimi case: Ex-Bigg Boss contestant still loves her husband

    Mandana Karimi, who has recently filed a domestic violence case against her husband Gaurav Gupta at Andheri magistrate court, made another shocking statement about her personal life. The Kya Kool Hai Hum 3 actress recently said in an interview with Mumbai Mirror in which she said, “I didn’t leave my house, I love it. I haven’t been allowed to enter the house or even my husband’s office but that doesn’t mean I

  • GST shadow on world’s largest community kitchen

    Chandigarh: It is known as the world’s largest community kitchen — feeding freshly cooked food to an estimated 50,000 devotees on weekdays and over 100,000 on weekends and festivals. But the newly-introduced GST is going to put an extra burden of over Rs 10 crore on this socio-religious activity at the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar and other gurdwaras, temple officials say.

  • Anti-terror search operation end at Hyderabad apartment

    Hyderabad, An over five-hour long search operation by commandos of the Telangana police’ anti-terror squad for seven armed suspects at a residential complex in Hyderabad ended early on Wednesday, police said. Over 300 policemen including commandos of Organisation for Counter-terror Operations (Octopus) participated in the night-long operation at My Homes Housing Palace at Rajendernagar.

  • Mouni Roy to star opposite Salman Khan’s brother-in-law?

    Mumbai: Mouni Roy, popularly for her TV show Naagin, will be romancing Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma in Raat Baaki. This will be Aayush’s Bollywood debut and Mouni second film.

  • Shops in Kashmir shut after strike over GST launch

    Srinagar, Most shops and business establishments were shut across Kashmir today due to a strike over alleged high-handedness of the government and the proposed rollout of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the state. The strike, called by by Jammu and Kashmir Coordination Committee (JKCC), prompted the authorities to impose restrictions in parts of Srinagar, the summer capital.

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    Sub inspector killed in road accident

    Banda: A sub inspector was killed and three people were injured when their car hit an electricity pole in a bid to avoid a collision with an SUV here, police said today. SI Yadunath Shukla (43), posted at Bidhuna police outpost in Kanpur, was yesterday going to Chitrakoot with constable Parmanand and two people when the mishap took place in Attara area here, they said. While Shukla died on the spot, the

  • Wimbledon 2017 Day 2 Pictures: No upsets, plenty of retirements

    Unlike Day 1, there were very few upsets on the second day at Wimbledon. But, there were plenty of retirements. Roger Federer, who is pursuing record eighth Wimbledon title, led 6-3, 3-0 when his opponent Alexandr Dolgopolov withdrew due to ankle injury. Interestingly, Federer hit the 10,000th ace of his career against Alexandr Dolgopolov before the Ukrainian gave up.