Free Press Journal
  • Bengal MP Sultan Ahmed in Narada sting probe dies

    Kolkata : West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee alleged that her party MP Sultan Ahmed, who died on Monday, had been “under extreme stress” as he was being probed by the CBI in the Narada scam and accused the agency of slapping a notice even after his death.

  • Koli Boys overcome Ruffians

    Mumbai : Koli Boys came up with a solid fighting display to snatch a tight 2-1 win against Ruffians FC ‘A’ in a Third Division match of the MDFA League 2017-2018 and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Monday. Strikers Pratik Patil and Vinay Yadav netted a goal each for the Koli outfit, while Ruffians FC reduced the margin through Kaustubh Sawant’s strike. In another match, Vignesh Naicher FC prevailed

  • Duchess of Cambridge expecting third child

    London : The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child, the Kensington Palace said on Monday. The Queen and both families are said to be “delighted with the news”, reports the BBC.

  • Sebi disposes of grievance case against Tata Motors

    New Delhi : Markets regulator Sebi has disposed of a case against Tata Motors related to alleged non-redressal of investor complaints. After noting that Tata Motors had redressed the grievance of the complainants, Sebi said in an order that the charge of non-redressal of grievance “does not stand established” against the firm.

  • Delhi HC imposes cost for delay in Jaitley vs Kejriwal defamation suit

    New Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Monday slapped Rs 5,000 as cost on Arvind Kejriwal over delay in filing his reply to a fresh Rs 10-crore defamation suit filed by Union minister Arun Jaitley over use of an objectionable word allegedly by the CM’s former lawyer. Joint Registrar Pankaj Gupta directed Kejriwal, who was earlier slapped with Rs 10,000 as costs to deposit the amount in the ‘Army Welfare Fund’.

  • Mumbai set to watch legends in action

    Mumbai : To mark 30 days to the FIFA U-17 World Cup, Carlos Valderrama, Fernando Morientes, Marcel Desailly, Jorge Campos and Emmanuel Amuneke will take part in an exhibition game and unveil the Winner’s Trophy for the Navi Mumbai leg of the ongoing Trophy Experience on September 6.

  • HAL inks Rs 6,100 cr contract with Indian armed forces

    New Delhi: Bengaluru-based defence and aerospace, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has signed a contract worth Rs 6,100 crore with Indian Army and Navy. HAL will supply 41 Advanced Light Helicopters (ALHs) to the Indian Army and Navy as per the agreement.

  • Aditya Jagtap, Sachika Ingale emerge champs

    Mumbai : Top seed Sachika Ingale of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra’s second seed Aditya Jagtap, were crowned women’s and men’s champions respectively, in the Bombay Gymkhana 42nd Maharashtra State Open Squash tournament, being organised by Bombay Gym under the aegis of SRFI and Maharashtra Squash Rackets Association.

  • GST Council might lower tax slab if collections go up

    New Delhi : GST Council may consider lowering tax on items of common consumption if the high trajectory of collections continues over the next few months, an official said today.

  • Briton held for ‘sodomy’ of blind kids

    New Delhi : A 54-year-old British national has been arrested here for allegedly sodomising three visually-impaired minor inmates of the National Association for The Blind (NAB) in south Delhi’s RK Puram, the police said on Monday. The police were informed on Sunday about the incident. During inquiry, the alleged involvement of Murray Denis Ward, a British national and a frequent visitor to the institute, came to the light, the police said, adding