Free Press Journal
  • Bangladesh court extends bail for Zia until March 13 

    Dhaka : A court in Bangladesh on Monday extended the bail of imprisoned ex-prime minister and main opposition BNP chief Khaleda Zia until March 13 in a graft case, a day after the High Court deferred the judgement on a separate bail plea in a corruption case, media reports said.

  • City destroys Gunners

    Lifts English League Cup for first trophy under Guardiola era

  • Militants waiting at launch pads across LoC, says Army

    Srinagar : A large number of terrorists are waiting at launching pads across the Line of Control (LoC) to crossover into Indian territory in Kashmir and ceasefire violations by Pakistan are also an attempt to push infiltrators according to inputs received by security forces, a top Army commander said here on Monday.

  • Roger Federer retains top spot as Simona Halep regains it

    Madrid : Switzerland’s Roger Federer stayed on top of the men’s Association of Tennis Professionals world singles rankings released on Monday with 10,105 points ahead of Spain’s Rafael Nadal.

  • Bill to tackle fugitive economic offenders

    New Delhi : The government has readied a legislation to be introduced in the second half of Parliament’s budget session starting from March 5 to confiscate and sell assets of the economic offenders fleeing from the country to settle the creditors’ due of Rs 100 crore or more.

  • Lukaku stars in Man Utd’s 2-1 win over Chelsea

    Manchester : Romelu Lukaku quietened questions over his ability to deliver against the best opposition by scoring and setting up the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 on Sunday.

  • GST e-way bill from April 1

    New Delhi: The Group of Ministers (GoM) of the finance ministers under the Goods and Service Tax (GST) Council is once again giving a push to the e-way bills for the inter-state movement of goods as mandatory from April 1, after the first setback in implementation from February 1 due to the system crash.

  • Suneet Jadav makes it five in a row

    Mumbai : Suneet Jadhav of Mumbai City was crowned the ‘Champion of Champions’ in the Maharashtra Shree Bodybuilding Championships held at the PWD Maidan in Bandra-East, organised by Abhinav Foundation on Sunday night.

  • Voda terms Trai predatory pricing rule as unfair

    Barcelona : British telecom major Vodafone on monday termed Indian telecom regulator Trai’s new rule on predatory pricing as “unfair” and said the company has to fight the competition “with hands tied at the back”.

  • IS-linked India-origin woman held for abducting UK couple

    Johannesburg : A 27-year-old Indian-origin woman and her partner, both allegedly linked to the ISIS terror group, have been arrested and charged with abducting a British couple, according to South African special police unit Hawks.

  • Vikas adjudged ‘Best Boxer’ at Strandja

    New Delhi : It was double delight for Indian boxer Vikas Krishan at the Strandja Memorial Tournament here as he didn’t just claim a gold medal but was also adjudged the best boxer of the event in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia — a first for an Indian.

  • AAP submits video of assault on MLAs to Delhi Police

    New Delhi : Senior Aam Aadmi Party leaders Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh met Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik here on Monday and submitted video “evidence” of an assault on two AAP MLAs a few days back.

  • Reliance Jio-COAI war of words heats up

    New Delhi : Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio on Monday escalated the war against the telecom association COAI, of which it is one of the members, saying the body was spreading patent falsity in denying that the recent press statements were directed against it.

  • Trump says Florida school shooting is top of agenda

    Washington : President Donald Trump says the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school is the top issue he wants to discuss with the nation’s governors.

  • Punjab CM’s kin pocketed farmers money: Amit Shah

    New Delhi : BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday hit out at the Congress over an alleged bank fraud case in which Amarinder Singh’s son-in-law has been booked, saying it is shameful that the Punjab chief minister’s relative pocketed the money meant for hardworking farmers.

  • RIL-BP gets nod to invest Rs 26,000 cr in KG-D6

    New Delhi : A government oversight panel headed by DGH on Monday approved $4 billion investment plan of Reliance Industries and BP for developing three sets of natural gas discoveries in the KG-D6 block in the Bay of Bengal.