Free Press Journal
  • Former telecom ministry director, wife sent to jail

    New Delhi: A special CBI court here on Tuesday sent a former director of telecommunication dept in the Ministry of Communications and his wife to judicial custody in a disproportionate assets case. Kailash Patil Aneja, a 1981 batch Indian Economic Service officer, was Director (ERU) in the telecommunication department at Sanchar Bhawan. The special judge at Patiala House Court sentenced Aneja to 4 years’ rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs 25

  • Birthday Special: Handsome hunk Saqib Saleem turns 29

    Young and handsome actor Saqib Saleem turns 29 today. The charming boy has earned a massive following, especially among female fans. Before coming to Mumbai and debuting in Bollywood as a actor, Saqib was a cricketer. He used to play cricket professionally for Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir during his college days.

  • Patiala House scuffle: SC directs all parties to share reports

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed all parties involved with the recent scuffles at the Patiala House court complex to share their reports and come to an appropriate finding which it would hear on March 10.

  • Men In Black, again

    Lawlessness in court unabated; brazen lawyers attack JNUSU chief, shout slogans, throw stones.

  • Second round for offending lawyer

    New Delhi: One of the faces of the twin assault at Patiala House is Vikram Chauhan, a lawyer by profession who wears his right wing credentials on his sleeve.

  • When lawyers turned vandals!

    New Delhi : We were in a Patiala House court waiting for arrested JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar to be produced when everything suddenly went wrong.

  • DDCA defamation case: Next hearing on Jan. 5

    New Delhi: The Patiala House court on Monday set January 5, 2016 at 2 p.m. as the next date of hearing for the criminal defamation case filed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders.

  • Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    Indira Gandhi reflected India’s vices and virtues

    Silver-haired and baby-faced, Jayantilal Choteylal Shah couldn’t contain his laughter. The packed room in Patiala House took its cue from the judge and laughed uproariously. The cause of merriment was a witness referring to a Delhi municipal official called Tamta as “Tamater sahib”. They were not laughing only at the feeble pun. The real target was Indira Gandhi for “Tamater sahib” had supported her Emergency regime. In mocking her, destroyer of democracy

  • 28-year-old Indian arrested for murder of US celebrity

    Mumbai : The Extradition Cell of the Crime Branch at 5 pm on Monday arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with the murder of 52-year-old socialite and celebrity-interior designer from USA, Wendy Albano in Bangkok in 2012.

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