Free Press Journal
  • Paradise Papers: Jindal Steel, Videocon, others down up to 2%

    New Delhi: Shares of various firms, led by Jindal Steel, today fell by up to 2.3 per cent amid reports that their names have cropped up in the leaked list of ‘Paradise Papers’ of companies. The scrip of Jindal Steel & Power went down by 2.32 per cent, Essar Shipping lost 2 per cent and Videocon Industries fell by 1.82 per cent on BSE.

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    Paradise Papers: 714 Indians on tax haven list, Queen Elizabeth II also mentioned

    Washington: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt’s wife Manyata, and corporate lobbyist Niira Radia are said to be among the Indians named in data leaks of alleged offshore dealings of famous people from across the globe. The findings, ‘Paradise Papers’, have been released by US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), which was behind Panama Papers as well.

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    OMG! Accident on Anil Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer Fanney Khan’s set

    Mumbai: An assistant director was injured on the set of Bollywood film “Fanney Khan” during the shoot here. The incident took place on Sunday when a motorcycle rider crashed into her. Prernaa Arora of KriArj Entertainment, the producer of “Fanney Khan”, said in a statement: “In an unfortunate accident yesterday, one of the assistant directors of our film suffered some injuries during the shoot in Mumbai when a

  • Ross Taylor-Virender Sehwag Twitter banter

    India vs New Zealand 3rd T20I: Ross vs Viru Twitter banter is Taylor-made fun

    Revenge is a dish best served cold and this is what New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor executed it in some style on Sunday when he took his hilarious Twitter banter with former Indian opener Virender Sehwag to another high. While posing in front of a shut tailor shop, he posted on Twitter: “@virendersehwag #Rajkot mein match k baad, #darji (Tailor) Ki dukaan band. Agli silai #Trivandrum mein hogi… Zaroor

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    Reliance Nippon AMC lists with 17 pc premium on bourses

    Mumbai: Shares of Reliance Nippon Life AssetManagement (RNAM) today got listed at Rs 295.90 on the NSE, with a premium of 17.42 percent over its issue price of Rs252. Within minutes of listing, the stock touched an early high of Rs 299, and a low of Rs 278 on the NSE. On the BSE, the stock opened at Rs 294 then jumped to a nearly high of 298.70 within minutes of listing.

  • Mumbai airport officials seize 11 sets of iPhone X

    Mumbai: The Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) of Mumbai Customs detained a passenger at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and seized 11 pieces of the newly launched iPhone X. The passenger, identified as Bhavesh Ravjibhai Virani, was travelling from Hongkong to India on Saturday. The 11 mobile phones are valued at Rs 10,57,388 in the market. The Customs official said, “We are in the process of finding the reason as to why was he

  • Saudi Arabia corruption crackdown: 8 Key Facts

    Riyadh: Saudi Arabia has announced the arrest of 11 princes, including a prominent billionaire and dozens of current and former ministers, in what appears to be the latest move to consolidate the power of the kingdom’s young crown prince — Mohammed bin Salman — the favourite son of King Salman. The announcement of the arrests was made over Al Arabiya, the Saudi-owned satellite network whose broadcasts are officially approved.

  • Sensex slips from record level, down 97 points

    Mumbai: The BSE Sensex fell by over 97 points in early trade today, retreating from its record highs, on profit booking in metal, oil & gas, banking, teck and PSU stocks after a recent rally.

  • BJP backs PM Narendra Modi, terms AICC as ‘All India Corrupt Congress’

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scathing attack against the Congress stating that the AICC (All India Congress Committee) actually stood for ‘All India Corrupt Congress’.