Free Press Journal
  • Cheating case: Builder, wife arrested

    Pune : The Pune Police on Saturday arrested builder D S Kulkarni and his wife Hemanti in a case of cheating in New Delhi on Saturday morning following which they were brought here and a court sent them to seven-day police custody.

  • Today 87 years ago ‘New Delhi’ was inaugurated as capital city

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (PTI) New Delhi, the modern capital of India with the Raisina Hill complex as its architectural centrepiece, took over 20 years to build, and was inaugurated on this day in 1931 by Viceroy Lord Irwin. The new imperial city was born on December 12, 1911, during a grand ceremonial ‘Durbar’ here when British monarch King George V had announced the shifting of the capital from Calcutta to Delhi.

  • OVL, partners buy 10% stake in Abu Dhabi oilfield for Rs 3,862 cr

    Abu Dhabi/New Delhi : ONGC Videsh and its partners have acquired a 10 per cent stake in a large offshore oilfield in Abu Dhabi for $600 million (approximately Rs 3,862.42 crore), the first time any Indian company has set foot in the oil-rich United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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    Trial phase of e-way bill generation deferred due to technical glitches

    New Delhi: The trial phase for the generation of the new e-way bill has been deferred on the account of technical glitches, the Ministry of Finance said on Friday. The website has reportedly been facing technical drawbacks, on account of which the government postponed the generation of the e-way bill for both inter and intrastate movement of goods.

  • india can host firms exiting china: K  Juster

    New Delhi : India can seize the opportunity to provide an “alternative investment hub” for American companies that are downgrading their operations in China, US Ambassador Kenneth Juster said on Thursday. Observing that ‘America First’ and ‘Make in India’ are not incompatible, he said rather investing in each other’s markets will be mutually beneficial. It will increase economic interactions and the volume of trade, lead to collaboration on emerging technologies and create

  • India objects to US solar claim at WTO

    Geneva : India has rejected the United States’ latest legal assault on its solar power policies at the World Trade Organization (WTO), rebuffing a US legal claim, and could now explore possible new protection of its fledgling solar industry, Reuters reported.

  • PWL set to start from today

    Mumbai : Bolstered with the presence of 2016 Summer Olympic bronze medalist Sakshi Malik in their ranks, Mumbai Maharathi are confident of putting up a formidable challenge to their other contenders and stake a claim for the top honours as the third season of the Pro-Wrestling League is set to commence from Tuesday.

  • New Delhi: 30 restaurants in Khan Market may get sealed today

    New Delhi: Thirty restaurants and seven other commercial establishments in Delhi’s upscale Khan Market may get sealed on Monday after they have been found violating provisions of the 2021 master plan. A Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee, which is looking into the matter, passed the order to the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC). President of Khan market association, Sanjeev Mehra, however, objected to the order, claiming there was no violation of any law.

  • India, Pak exchange 27th list of nuke installations

    New Delhi : India and Pakistan on Monday exchanged, through diplomatic channels simultaneously at New Delhi and Islamabad, a list of their nuclear installations and facilities for the 27th consecutive year, a statement said.

  • No political thought in Azhar listing issue: China

    China has been consistently blocking moves by India, the US and France to designate Azhar as global terrorist  by the 1267 Sanctions panel by putting technical holds

  • Saina, Carolina hit out at cramped BWF calendar

    Still battling to return to full fitness after the knee surgery last year, Saina conceded that she could have possibly played a few more tournaments had the BWF calendar been a bit more flexible.

  • Newlywed Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are back in India, Check out their photos

    Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are back from honeymoon, and social media can’t stop talking about them. Pictures have the newly-wed couple has gone viral social media. Virat and Anushka just landed today in New Delhi ahead of their wedding reception. After their wedding in Italy, the actor and cricketer have come back to India to finish the rest of the wedding festivities.

  • Instagram 2017 review

    Instagram 2017 review: Beyoncé, Selena Gomez, New Delhi top the charts; read full details

    With just a month left to say goodbye to 2017, Instagram is sharing the top trends of the year, from the most used hashtag to the most-used filters. Similarly, Instagram has released its 2017 year in review on Wednesday. Of the 10 most-liked posts American singer Beyoncé, Portugal footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and Selena Gomez top the chart. Like every year, Instagram has reviewed the moments, events

  • Indore: Regional centre of Lalit Kala Academy to be set up in city

    Indore: The culture lover of the city would be another prominent forum in the city as the Lalit Kala Academy; New Delhi has decided to set-up its Regional centre in the city at Rampur Place. The officials of the Union Culture Ministry did inspection of the palace on Wednesday.

  • Anna Hazare to launch Jan Lokpal stir from March 23 next year

    Mumbai: Social activist Anna Hazare will launch an agitation over Jan Lokpal and farmers’ issues in New Delhi on March 23 next year. Hazare, who has been the face of the Lokpal movement, said they have chosen March 23 to launch the agitation as it happens to be the ‘Shaheed Diwas’ (Martyr’s Day).