Free Press Journal
  • Five Indian firms ‘most innovative’

    Washington: Five Indian companies, including Larsen & Toubro, Hindustan Unilever and Infosys, are ranked on Forbes magazine’s list of “The World’s Most Innovative Companies” topped by four US companies. (more…)

  • Army probes posting on an adult website

    New Delhi: The Army said on Friday it is inquiring into allegations made by a Lieutenant Colonel against his junior officer of harassing his wife by posting her mobile number on an adult website. (more…)

  • Thackeray rakes up dynasty issue again

    Shiv Sena supremo attacks Congress President Sonia Gandhi in the first part of a marathon interview published in his party mouthpiece ‘Saamna’.

  • This judge possibly needs a lesson in gender sensitization

    Bangalore : A judge of the Karnataka High Court, who saw nothing wrong in a man beating up his wife and observed that the lady had no room to complain when she is being looked after well, has attracted the ire of women and social right activists.

  • Senior citizen killed at home

    Mumbai: A 58-year-old senior citizen was found murdered in her apartment in Pant Nagar, Ghatkopar, on Friday evening. According to police, the victim, identified as Daksha Dapthani, was residing at Sri Krishna Mansion in Pant Nagar with her husband. (more…)

  • Lethal Haqqani group declared terror outfit

    The Haqqani group has been tied to the deaths of American and NATO troops, as well as multiple attacks on embassies and other government infrastructure in Afghanistan.

  • Obama’s speech undercut by new jobless numbers

    Washington : President Barack Obama set off on Friday on the final two months of a brutal climb toward the November 6 election as the country woke up to new, grim unemployment numbers and Republican challenger Mitt Romney declared, “We’re going in the wrong direction.”

  • Monsoon a washout, so is House session

    PM in his message to the nation attacks the negation of democracy, asserts CAG report won’t be swept under the carpet, and hints at corrective action.

  • ‘The old man is in a hurry’

    New Delhi : In a caustic reference to L K Advani, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal said on Friday that the root cause of the House blockade was not the coal scam but because “the old man is in a tearing hurry” and wants early polls.

  • House loss will be offset if blocks cancelled: BJP

    New Delhi : The BJP on Friday hit back at the Prime Minister to say that the UPA government was “committed to kleptocracy” and that the loss of a “few crores” because of adjournments would be more than recovered if coal block licences were cancelled and allotted anew.

  • Blessed to be back

     Yuvraj’s return in focus as India take on Kiwis in 1st T20 International.

  • ‘I’m a complete home bird’

    From the almond eyed model to the sexy beauty of ‘Jism’ and the desirable siren in ‘Race’, Bipasha Basu’s rise in Bollywood has been akin to a beautiful novel. Much evolved and matured today, the beauty talks about her journey, her lesson and most importantly, being Bipasha

  • Yuvraj, Bhajji will work to cement their places: Dhoni

    Visakhapatnam : Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni reckons senior players Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh will be hungry for success in the two-match Twenty20 series against New Zealand as they are making a comeback after more than a year.

  • Inclusion of Vettori, Oram will help us in T20s: Taylor

    Visakhapatnam : New Zealand hope to get back on winning track when they take on India in the first T20 International here today as it will boost the morale of the side ahead of the World T20 in Sri Lanka starting from September 18.

  • Shahid-Taurani patch up

    Shahid Kapoor and Ramesh Taurani have finally patched up. Taurani, who had signed on Shahid for his three films with ‘Ishk Vishk’, had a fall out with the ‘Kaminey’ actor after Shahid refused to work under the Taurani banner. But now, thanks to peacemaker Rajkumar Santoshi, the duo not only resolved their differences but

  • Bank of India marks 107th Foundation Day

    Mumbai : Bank of India celebrated its 107th Foundation Day on Friday at its Mumbai Head Office and across its more than 4100 branches and offices spread throughout India.

  • Vidya lives the Malayali dream

    Vidya Balan couldn’t have asked for a better career graph. The in-demand actress has now been approached to play the lead role opposite south superstar Mammootty alias Mohammed Kutty in director Salim Ahmed’s next in Malayalam called ‘Kunjananthante Kada’. Oscar winning sound designer, Resul Pookkutty will be composing the soundtrack for the film. Based