Free Press Journal
  • EC conspiring with Modi to destabilise Delhi govt: AAP

    New Delhi : The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Friday called the Election Commission “biased” and alleged that it was conspiring with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to destabilize the AAP government in Delhi.

  • Omaxe matter: Sebi slaps Rs 30L fine on 3 entities

    New Delhi : Markets regulator Sebi on Friday imposed a total penalty of Rs 30 lakh on three entities for manipulative trading in the shares of realty firm Omaxe.

  • Ex-New York Mayor joins Trump’s legal team

    New York :Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani will join President Donald Trump’s legal team, which is also acquiring two other new members, his attorney, Jay Sekulow said.

  • Swedish musician Avicii dies at 28

    Muscat: Swedish musician Tim Bergling, popularly known as Avicii, has passed away at the age of 28.

  • Do you have any relative who has been raped, SC asks a lawyer

     New Delhi : “Do you have any relative who has been raped”, an annoyed Supreme Court asked a lawyer on Friday. The top court bench was annoyed as it asked the advocate, who had alleged that FIRs were not lodged by the police in rape cases involving powerful people like ministers, MPs or MLAs, what his locus standi was vis-a-vis the Unnao rape case.

  • Sebi seeks cut in listing time for debt securities

    New Delhi : In a bid to make the bonds market more efficient, Sebi on Friday proposed to drastically cut the timeline for listing of debt securities to six days from 12 days at present.

  • Decision on re-exam taken on basis of trend analysis: CBSE

     New Delhi : The CBSE on Friday told the Delhi High Court that after doing a trend analysis of science, maths and english papers, it decided not to conduct a re-exam of the Class 10 mathematics paper which was allegedly leaked.

  • Surya, Rudresh  For Friendship Programme

    Mumbai : Twelve-year-old football enthusiasts Surya Varikuti and Rudresh Gaudnour have been selected as Indias representatives at the sixth edition of the global Football For Friendship (F4F) social programme in June, it was announced on Friday.

  • SAT stays Sebi order of Sahara MF closure

    New Delhi : Embattled Sahara Group on Friday said the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has stayed an order from markets regulator Sebi which directed Sahara Mutual Fund to wind up its schemes.

  • Zimbabwe Parliament summons Mugabe on May 9, says lawmaker

    Harare :  A Zimbabwe parliament committee has summoned former president Robert Mugabe to give evidence on May 9 over diamond corruption costing billions of dollars, underlining his dramatic fall from power after 37 years of autocratic rule.

  • PSBs reject 33% RTI pleas amid soaring NPA woes

    Mumbai : The banking sector is undergoing a “crisis phase” and in hindsight, can be seen reflected in the way most banks over the last few years increasingly reject the Right to Information (RTI) applications.

  • Amre lauds experienced Gambhir

    Bengaluru : Skipper Gautam Gambhir’s experience of winning successive IPL titles for Kolkata Knight Riders makes him a valuable leader, said Delhi Daredevils assistant coach Pravin Amre here on Friday.