Free Press Journal
  • SAIL supplied some 55,000 MT of steel for DMRC Metro’s Magenta Line 

    New Delhi : Continuing to partner all major metro constructions across the country, Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL) has supplied approximately 55000 metric tonnes of steel for the Delhi Metro’s Magenta Line, which was inaugurated today by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narenda Modi.

  • BIRAC Receives SKOCH Order-of-Merit Award

    New Delhi : Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) was awarded the SKOCH Order-of-Merit Award during the 50th SKOCH Summit held on 20th-21st December 2017 at Constitution Club of India, New Delhi.

  • Vijay Rupani sworn-in as Gujarat CM, Patel Dy CM; 18 ministers also take oath

    Gandhinagar : A 20-member, two-tier ministry headed by chief minister Vijay Rupani with Nitin Patel as his deputy took charge of Gujarat here on Tuesday with a galaxy of their party leaders including prime minister Narendra Modi party chief Amit Shah and chief ministers of 18 BJP ruled states in attendance.

  • Mani blames Modi for creating controversy over his remark

    New Delhi : Suspended former Congress MP Mani Shankar Aiyar (76) says he is bewildered at the charge that his “neech” remark cost the Congress in the Gujarat elections and he squirms at the thought that “I should have brought down the party that has given me so much.”

  • IIFL Mumbai chess meet at MLSI from December 30

    Mumbai : The third edition of IIFL Wealth Mumbai International Chess Tournament will be held from December 30 to January 7, 2018 at the Mount Litera School International (MLSI) here.

  • No truce yet to end Parliament impasse

    New Delhi : The Congress on Tuesday claimed no truce is yet reached with the government to end the ongoing impasse in Parliament over Prime Minister Modi’s accusation of conspiracy with Pakistan on his predecessor Manmohan Singh and others.

  • Fitness key to medals in 2018: Kidambi Srikanth

    New Delhi : World No. 3 shuttler Kidambi Srikanth on Tuesday said he would look to stay fit next year in order to have a fair chance of clinching medals for the country in a hectic season.

  • Goa gets past hosts Bengal to emerge as Plate champs

    Kolkata : Santoshi Rane and Sunanda Yetrekar rattled Bengal to help Goa coast to a 37-run win and emerge champions in Plate Group of the Senior Women’s One Day League at Eden Gardens on Tuesday.

  • SAUBHAGYA launched in Madhya Pradesh

    New Delhi : The Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana (SAUBHGAYA) was launched in Madhya Pradesh earlier this month by Shri R K Singh, Union Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy and Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.

  • ‘Solo run’ goal man Naorem wants to emulate Hazard

    New Delhi : Nongdamba Naorem, who scored a spectacular solo run goal in Indian Arrows 3-0 drubbing of Shillong Lajong in an I-League match today, said he wanted to emulate Belgium and Chelsea attacking midfielder Eden Hazard’s dribbling skills.

  • ONGC Videsh receives Golden Peacock Award for risk management

    New Delhi : ONGC Videsh bagged the Golden Peacock Award for Risk Management 2017 instituted by the Institute of Directors (IOD) earlier this month, during Global Convention on Corporate Ethics & Risk Management held at Singapore.

  • TN Minister takes on Gurumurthy over ‘impotent’ comment

    Chennai : RSS ideologue and editor of Tamil magazine Tuglak (founded by late Cho S Ramaswamy) S Gurumurthy has attracted the ire of the AIADMK Government for dubbing Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and O Panneerselvam “impotent” for failing to crack the whip on the followers of dissident leader TTV Dhinakaran (Sasikala’s nephew) early. Tamil Nadu Fisheries Minister D Jayakumar, who is a senior AIADMK leader, issued a veiled threat to the

  • Lake issue: China promises to maintain communication

    The massive accumulation of water has caused concerns that if the lakes join or burst, millions of people along the banks of both Siang (in Arunachal Pradesh) and Brahmaputra (in Assam) ownstream could get affected

  • Government moots for fresh bids for pod taxi

    New Delhi : A maiden pod taxi project, being planned for  the NCR, has moved a step closer to reality after a high-level government panel recommended inviting fresh bids for the same, conforming to the strictest safety standards on the lines of those prescribed by an American body.

  • Magazine hailing Hizbul’s Burhan Wani on sale at Jor Mela in Punjab

    Fatehgarh Sahib: A magazine featuring slain terrorist Burhan Wani of the Hizbul Mujahideen on its cover was on sale at the ‘Jor Mela’ here following which Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said the police would look into the matter if there was any anti-national activity.

  • Vrindavan temple dispute taken to SC

    New Delhi : The Goswami priests of the famous Thakur Banke Bihariji Maharaj Temple of Lord Krishna at Vrindavan in Mathura have knocked at the Supreme Court against the Allahabad High Court opening up the dispute over the temple settled back in 1939 through a court decree.