Free Press Journal
  • Vijay Mallya willing to come back home to face the law?

    New Delhi: Embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the main accused in a Rs 9,000 crore alleged bank fraud case, is understood to have sounded out Indian authorities that he is willing to come back home to face the law, official sources said on Tuesday.

  • No claimants for `300 cr lying dormant in Swiss banks

    New Delhi : It is the third year since Swiss banks made public a list of accounts lying dormant without any trace of owners and no claimant has come forward for those with Indian links, even as a political slugfest continues in India over alleged black money parked there.

  • UK, Vijay Mallya, London, Fugitive tycoon, British Assets, family's lavish residences, Vijay Mallya on his assets

    Mallya case: CBI gets boost, UK court admits evidence

    London : The bulk of the evidence submitted by Indian authorities against embattled liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya was on Friday admitted by a UK court in connection with his ongoing extradition trial.

  • FM must hear all sides before targeting cryptos

    Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come. With the total market capitalisation of the cryptocurrency universe at more than $500 billion, many are wondering whether these digital currencies represent that big idea. Non-believers in cryptocurrencies have a standard answer: Blockchain is the big idea. Digital currencies are a bubble.  It is important to highlight the importance of decentralisation in the world of blockchain and how cryptocurrencies are a

  • Asaduddin Owaisi, AIMIM

    PM boosting Israeli occupation by skipping Palestine: Owaisi

    Agenda now is that the cause of Palestine is no more dearer to this particular government, which had been visited by representatives of every previous government. That has been the cornerstone of our foreign policy,” the Hyderabad MP said

  • Indo-Pak ties to be discussed in meeting for Asian cricket

    Karachi : Cricket authorities of India and Pakistan are set to meet on December 17 in Colombo, Sri Lanka, for discussions on the future of holding bilateral series in the backdrop of the sterile relations between the two neighbours.

  • 26/11 attacks: U.S. says it wants justice, asks Pak to ‘cooperate’ with India

    Washington D.C.: The United States has called on the Pakistan government to cooperate with the Indian authorities to fully investigate the deadly 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. “We continue to urge the Pakistani Government to cooperate with the Indian authorities to fully investigate these attacks. It was a terrible tragedy. We want to see justice done and we continue to urge Pakistani cooperation,” U.S State Department official spokesperson Mark Toner said in a

  • Countdown starts for Chhota Rajan

    Indian team arrives in Indonesia; special commandos escorting team; Rajan meets Indian consular in Jakarta.

  • Chhote Miyan nabbed, is it Bade Miyan next?

    Mumbai/New Delhi : Absconding mafia don Rajendra Sadashiv Nikhalje, alias Chhota Rajan, a trusted aide turned bitter foe of his mobster boss Dawood Ibrahim, has been arrested in the Indonesian resort Bali, Indian authorities said on Monday. CBI director Anil Kumar Sinha said Chhota Rajan, who once operated out of Mumbai and was wanted in India for a series of serious crimes, was taken into custody on Sunday when he was travelling under a false

  • Akshay Singh, Journalist

    UN body calls for probe into death of Indian journalist

    United Nations: The head of a UN agency mandated to defend freedom of expression has called on Indian authorities to investigate the mysterious death of TV reporter Akshay Singh while covering the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh, saying crimes against journalists must not go unpunished.