Free Press Journal
  • 26/11 call record issue may suffer under Maria: Martyr’s wife

    Mumbai : The widow of IPS officer Ashok Kamte, killed in 26/11 terror attack, today apprehended the matter surrounding the “discrepancies” in crucial call records of the 59-hours siege in 2008 provided to her would be put on the backburner under the watch of new Mumbai police chief. Rakesh Maria, who as Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) led the probe into the terror strike, took over as Police Commissioner on

  • Global warming eats into Tibet: 2010 was wettest in 3,500 years

    Dharamsala : Recent decades have likely been the wettest on record in the semi-arid Tibetan plateau, researchers say, warning that any further large-scale warming might lead to even greater rainfall in Tibet, the birthplace for Asia’s great rivers, according to IANS.

  • ‘Shuddhi’: Deepika is willing

    Shuddhi’is one film that has managed to be in the news all the time right from its initial stages. First, when Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor were cast for this project, the film’s casting received a roaring response as the duo had not worked together for almost a decade.

  • Interim Budget ‘very balanced’: Industry

    The lowering of duties on capital goods and automobiles will help strengthen demand for steel. This continued thrust on development of infrastructure and manufacturing will help industrial growth in the long term” C.S. Verma Chairman and Managing Director, Steel Authority of India Ltd (more…)

  • Religious people more likely to feel addicted to porn

    Washington : A new study has found that religious people are more likely to have a perceived internet pornography addiction, when compared with their less spiritual peers says ANI.

  • Highway in Berlin!

     Highway’ has been on quite a trip from the time it has been made. Now from the rustic terrain of North India, it has gone to one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world – the Berlin Film Festival!

  • Mkt doubts govt’s borrowing target

    MUMBAI : Most government bond prices ended slightly down, erasing their 10-30 paise gains made after announcement of the government’s projections on market borrowing and fiscal deficit for 2014-15 (Apr-Mar).

  • Fearing wrath of creditors, couple desert pets, flee

    Bhayandar: Two dogs and a turtle were rescued from a flat in the Moregaon area of Nallasopara (East) on Monday after the owners, a couple, allegedly left them to escape the wrath of their creditors, whom they had cheated under the pretext of bogus investment schemes.

  • Not friends with Akki, Farah declares

    It’s a known fact that choreographer turned director Farah Khan is one of those people who are blatant to the point of being controversial at times. This time when she came on Karan Johar’s show to sip some coffee, she ended up spilling some beans about her equation with Akshay Kumar.

  • Google acquires Israeli security startup SlickLogin

    Washington : Google has reportedly acquired an Israeli security startup, SlickLogin, which uses smartphones and high-frequency sounds for identity verification at Web sites, ANI.

  • Protestors besiege Thai PM’s office

    Bangkok : Anti-government protesters on Monday besieged the Government House in the Thai capital to prevent caretaker Premier Yingluck Shinawatra from working there, even as the Election Commission and ministers failed to strike a deal on holding elections to 28 seats in parliament.

  • Farhan Akhtar

    No competition please: Farhan

    Farhan Akhtar is one director who has managed to scoot into the world of acting very intelligently. From being a good director to a great actor, he is one of those who are aiming at perfection all the time.

  • Why some people remember dreams

    London : Scientists have found that an information-processing hub in the brain is more active in people who can remember their dreams, according to PTI.

  • Which grammatical mistakes to avoid to score a date

    Washington : Did you know your grammar can make or break a potential relationship? A new poll has revealed that grammatical errors are a major turn off for many people, reports ANI.

  • An exercise in symbolism

    Governance was never a priority for Kejriwal when he became CM. He merely wanted to milk a brief tenure for all its grandstanding potential before moving on to newer pastures. (more…)

  • Sehwag kin’s building crashes, kills 2 women

    New Delhi : Two women were killed and several others injured after an old three-storey building collapsed in the Pahar Dhiraj area of Sadar Bazar in North Delhi on Monday

  • Govt deallocates 10 coal blocks of cos

    New Delhi :  The Coal Ministry deallocated 10 coal blocks allocated to firms, including Adani Power, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL), Uttam Galva Steels and ACC Cements, for delaying production from the mines.