Free Press Journal
  • Priya Prakash Varrier becomes most searched personality on Google, overtaking Sunny Leone

    Internet sensation Priya Prakash Varrier has become most search personality of India on Google. Priya got fame from the song Manikya Malaraya Poovi from the Malayalam film Oru Adaar Love released. But her adorable expressions and wink made her India’s most searched person. Priya has beaten Sunny Leone in the race, Sunny used to be always trending on Google.

  • K P Sharma Oli sworn in as Nepal PM for second time

    Kathmandu: K P Sharma Oli was today sworn in as Nepal’s Prime Minister for the second time, weeks after his Left alliance with former Maoist rebels swept the historic parliamentary polls, kindling hopes for much-needed political stability in the Himalayan nation.

  • PNB Fraud: Who let Nirav Modi flee India, asks Congress targeting PM with “Chhota Modi” jibe

    New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Rs 11,500 crore fraud in the PNB and asked him to come clean on the government’s “failure” to prevent the scam and identify those who helped the alleged kingpin, billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi, to flee the country. Posing a series of questions to the Prime Minister and his government, the Congress accused the PMO

  • Uttar Pradesh: Yogi Adityanath declares encounters in the state will not stop

    Lucknow: Accusing the opposition of sympathising with criminals, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today declared in the state Legislative Council that police encounters in the state would not stop.Speaking in the House during the Zero Hour, Adityanath pointed toward the opposition and said everybody knew who gave patronage to criminals.

  • “Communist Party does not believe in ‘gantantra’ they believe in violence and gun-tantra”, says PM Modi

    Agartala(Tripura): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday fired a fresh salvo at the ruling Left government in the poll-bound Tripura and said the latter party does not believe in democracy but violence. Addressing an election rally at Santirbazar in Tripura, the Prime Minister said, “Communist Party does not believe in ‘gantantra’ they believe in violence and ‘gun-tantra’. Left party in Tripura does not believe in democracy. What they believe in is violence.”

  • A Guide to GST Registration

    The basic composition of GST stands on the foundation of the registration system, for it is a registered person who is liable to pay tax and who is eligible to avail the benefits of the input tax credit mechanism. A registered person can also collect GST from his recipients. An unregistered person is not taxed and is also kept outside the input tax credit mechanism. The GST law gives a limited option

  • 15 years old vehicles to be scrapped, old vehicles to be scrapped, scrapping old vehicles policy, gadkari, air pollution, measures to contol air pollution, NITI Aayog, scrapping policy for vehicles

    Policy of scrapping 15 years old vehicles to be soon implemented: Nitin Gadkari

    New Delhi: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Thursday said the proposed vehicle scrapping policy is almost ready and soon vehicles older than 15 years could be scrapped. “Along with Niti Aayog, we have almost finalised the scrapping policy. This would lead to the scrapping of vehicles older than 15 years,” said Gadkari after inaugurating three electric vehicle charging points at Niti Aayog.

  • Vijay Mallya to get 18,000 pounds weekly as expense allowance: UK court

    London: Vijay Mallya, the embattled liquor baron wanted in India on charges of fraud and money laundering, will get over 18,000 pounds weekly – a three-fold increase – as “ordinary living expenses allowance” following a recent UK High Court order. Mallya’s lawyers had applied to the court for additional living expenses as part of an estimated USD 1.5-billion worldwide freezing order against the 62-year-old businessman last year.

  • Ratan Tata denies involvement in Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu scam

    Mumbai: Hours after his name figured in the Israeli Police recommendations seeking to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for corruption, Indian businessman Ratan N. Tata on Thursday termed the reports factually incorrect and apparently motivated. Hollywood producer Arnon Milvhan reportedly attempted to promote a free trade zone on the Israel-Jordan border as part of his partnership with Tata according to reports appearing in an Israeli news media outlet, Ynetnews.

  • Sensex surges

    Sensex and Nifty gained up to 0.42 per cent after recent losses on easing inflation worries

    Mumbai: Benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty gained up to 0.42 per cent on value buying by investors after recent losses on easing inflation worries and positive global cues. The 30-share barometer rose by 141.52 points, or 0.41 per cent, to close at 34,297.47. The broader NSE Nifty gained 44.60- points, or 0.42 per cent, to end at 10,545.50 after touching a high of 10,618.10.

  • Assam: 2 Indian Air Force pilots killed in aircraft crash

    New Delhi:  Two Indian Air Force pilots were killed in a plane crash near Jorhat in Assam today, official sources said. Two Indian Air Force pilots were killed in a plane crash near Jorhat in Assam today, official sources said.