Free Press Journal
  • Not right to find fault with government for lack of Electronic Vehicles policy: Anand Mahindra

    Gurgaon: Mahindra group Chairman Anand Mahindra today said it would not be right to find fault with the government for lack of a “ready made” policy for electric vehicles (EVs) as it is still a new sector in the country and things would evolve gradually. Mahindra, who was here to inaugurate Mahindra-Teri centre of excellence, said that the government recognises the importance of EVs and it takes time for things to evolve. “It (EV)

  • Niklesh Sharma: A pastry chef who makes lives sweeter

    Mumbai: Starting out in 1992 as a chef in Oberoi Hotel, pastry chef Niklesh Sharma has come a long way setting up Academy of Pastry Arts and heading a team of 30 chefs. With centres in Gurgaon, Bangalore, Malaysia and Philippines, The Academy of Pastry Arts has now launched its centre in Mumbai. The launch event saw the likes of Chef Manjit Gill, President of Indian Federation

  • Bombay High Court, CJ, Bombay High Court lawyers letter, Mumbai, rape, Murder, crime, Vijaya Tahilramani

    30-year-old Kenyan woman gang-raped in Gurgaon, three arrested: Police

    Gurgaon: A 30-year-old Kenyan woman who had gone to attend a party was allegedly raped by five men here, police said on Thursday, adding that three accused were arrested. The incident occurred last night when the woman was waiting for a cab at Bristol Chowk on MG Road to go to her residence in south Delhi’s Chattarpur area.

  • Liquidity reason for choosing Hero-Dabur bid: Fortis

    Gurgaon : Majority of Fortis Healthcare’s board opted for the Munjals-Burmans offer keeping in mind the certainty and liquidity issues, the company’s director Brian W Tempest said on Friday.

  • 2 men burnt to death after car catches fire on highway in Gurgaon

    Gurgaon: Two men were charred to death inside their car which caught fire after a speeding truck rammed into it at Rajiv Chowk here on Sunday, police said. The incident took place around 4.30 AM at the Delhi to Jaipur side of the flyover, they said. One of the deceased has been identified as Manpreet Singh, the driver of the car, the police said.

  • Police going digital for passport verification 

    Gurgaon: Gurgaon Police has decided to streamline the passport verification process by corroborating an applicant’s documents at their door-step and instantly uploading the data to its head office and the passport office.  The ‘M-passport’ initiative is likely to reduce the time consumed in processing the passport application procedure.

  • Gurgaon: Dreaded criminal killed; 2 cops injured in encounter

    Gurgaon: A dreaded criminal of Uttar Pradesh was killed and four others, including two policemen, were injured in an encounter in Noida, police said. The deceased gangster Balraj Bhati, brother of Uttar Pradesh notorious Sunder Bhati, was killed in the encounter.

  • Togadia quits VHP; V S Kokje is new international president

    Gurgaon : Former Himachal Pradesh Governor V S Kokje was on Saturday elected the VHP’s international president, ending decades-long reins of firebrand leader Pravin Togadia whose nominee and incumbent Raghava Reddy faced a huge drubbing in the first election in 52 years.

  • Delhi: Body found near Gurugram temple

    Gurugram: A man’s body was found in a garbage dump near a temple here on Thursday, police said. “It may be murder or death due to a drug overdose or excessive consumption of alcohol. We can’t speculate at this stage. Post-mortem will be conducted after 72 hours if the body remains unidentified,” investigating officer Sanjay Kumar told IANS.

  • Naxalism on its last leg in the country: Rajnath

    Gurgaon : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the “serious” challenge of Naxalism in the country has entered its “last leg” and Maoists are now resorting to coward ambushes against security forces as they are unable to undertake a direct fight.

  • Art Live: Veer Munshi, the anguished artist from paradise

    I first met Veer Munshi at an Art Camp that took us to Finland, Sweden and Norway. I was reconnecting with him after almost 1 year. His home is in ever so busy Cyber Hub in Gurgaon. Veer is Pronouncedly benevolent, well-dressed, socially active and full of thoughts.  We kick off our chat over steaming hot cups of coffee.

  • Ryan murder: Teenager sent to observation home till Nov 22

    The father of teenager alleged that the CBI was torturing his son which was strongly refuted by the agency. The sources said the juvenile court has appointed an independent welfare officer to monitor the investigation,

  • MP CM promises bill to hang child molesters

    We won’t tolerate sexual violence against children and a Bill will be tabled in assembly to ensure gallows for those who commit sexual crimes against children. We will send the Bill to the Centre for approval Shivraj Singh ChouhanMadhya Pradesh Chief Minister.

  • Ryan School murder: Shock and hemorrhage caused Pradyuman’s death

    New Delhi: The post-mortem report of Pradyuman Thakur, the seven-year-old, who was brutally murdered inside the premises of Ryan International School, has revealed that shock and hemorrhage was the cause of his death.

  • Class 2 student murdered in a school in Gurugram

    Ryan student murder case: CBSE issues new guidelines for schools

    New Delhi: Placing the onus on schools for safety of students on their premises, the CBSE today issued new security-related guidelines to be implemented by the institutions, failing which they would face derecognition.

  • Ryan School murder case: Pradyuman Thakur’s father approaches Bombay High Court, seeks dismissal of accused’s bail plea

    Mumbai: The father of Pradyuman Thakur (7), whose throat was slit in Gurgaon’s Ryan International School, on Wednesday approached the Bombay High Court, seeking dismissal of the anticipatory bail pleas filed by trustees and founders of the school. The HC has, however, adjourned the matter for hearing till Thursday, extending the interim protection from arrest to the Pinto family.