Free Press Journal
  • AMW Motors eyeing newer markets overseas

    Chennai: As part of strengthening its global foothold, commercial vehicles maker AMW Motors is exploring newer markets such as South East Asia and East Africa,according to a top company official.

  • Worldfloat launches ‘video Twitter’ for celebrities

    New Delhi:Worldfloat, India’s home grown social networking site with over 45 million users, has introduced a new feature called “viralx” that provide real-time access to videos mostly shared on Twitter, Facebook and other social media.

  • How global warming affects oceans

    Washington: A new study has shown how climate change has put a freshwater lid on the Antarctic ocean, trapping warm water in ocean depths.

  • Stephen Colbert slams Snowden at RSA security conference

    Washington: American political satirist, Stephen Colbert, reportedly delivered a very controversial speech at the annual RSA security conference, in which he slammed NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and Mt. Gox, once the world’s largest bitcoin exchange.

  • Microsoft `overestimated willingness of customers in dumping Windows XP,` says expert

    Washington: Microsoft appealed to its customers to dump the soon-to-retire Windows XP operating system and also ask their friends or family members to switch to the latest 8.1 OS, however, an expert has reportedly pointed out that the software maker grossly overestimated the loyalty of its customers.

  • BIMSTEC important for the march of Asia: Manmohan Singh

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who left Monday morning on a two-day visit to Nay Pyi Taw, the capital of Myanmar, to take part in the third summit of the BIMSTEC, said peace, stability and development of countries of this sub-regional grouping, with over 20 percent of the world’s population and over $2.5 trillion worth of GDP, was indispensable for the march of Asia.

  • Gene mutation behind type 2 diabetes identified

    Washington: Researchers have identified mutations in a gene that can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, even in people who have risk factors such as obesity and old age.

  • HIV vaccine comes closer to reality

    Washington: A research team has found how the immune system makes a powerful antibody that blocks HIV infection of cells by targeting a site on the virus called V1V2.

  • G-7 countries ready to aid Ukraine

    Washington: Amidst raging tension, the group of seven rich economies (G-7) has committed itself to Ukraine’s economic assistance and revival as long as Kiev agreed to pursue economic reforms sought by the IMF.

  • Manmohan Singh

    PM leaves for Myanmar for BIMSTEC summit

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh left for Myanmar today to attend the BIMSTEC Summit, making a strong push for intensifying collective efforts to combat security challenges and enhancing connectivity and trade in the region.