Free Press Journal
  • Human emotions are not universally perceived

    Washington: Human emotions are not universally perceived, according to a new study which suggests there may be no such thing as reading someone’s facial expressions.

  • Consumer Forum warns punitive action for non-compliance

    Thane: Taking a serious view of the non compliance of its earlier order, the Thane District Consumer Redressal Forum (TDCRF) invoked its judicial powers, and imposed a penalty of Rs 10,000 each on two builders here failing which they will have to undergo 3 months imprisonment.

  • Vijender joins Raja’s rebel faction in IABF

         
    New Delhi: The rebel faction in the terminated Indian Amateur Boxing Federation today got a massive shot in the arm with Olympic and World Championships bronze-medallist Vijender Singh agreeing to be on the athletes commission proposed by the group led by former Secretary the establishment of a new National Federation”.

  • Hegde blames both AAP, BJP for the clash

    Bangalore: Former Karnataka Lokayukta Santosh Hegde today said the attack on BJP headquarters in Delhi suggested it was planned by AAP but held both “guilty”, saying the two sides looked prepared for the clash.

  • Nickel softens on weak industrial demand

    New Delhi: Nickel prices fell by Rs 5 per kg on the local non-ferrous base metals market today due to reduced industrial demand.

  • Minister Sharma says rail, realty FDI still on Cabinet meet agenda

    –Minister Sharma: FDI in rail, construction still on Cabinet agenda
    –Cabinet to mull FDI in railway, construction
    –Trade minister: Need to withdraw export duty on iron ore pellets
    –Have reservation about iron ore pellets export duty
    –Talking to fin min on iron ore pellets duty withdrawal

  • Will quit the day I become a burden on team: Afridi

    Mirpur: Hitting out at his critics for questioning his place in the Pakistan team, all-rounder Shahid Afridi today said he would quit the game the day he feels himself a burden to his team.

  • Gaurav Gill to defend APRC crown

    Chennai: Gaurav Gill and co-driver Glenn MacNeall will defend their title in the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) with the Team MRF SKODA Fabia S2000, it was announced here Thursday.

  • 6-yr-old girl raped by grocery shop owner

    Salem (TN): A six-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by a grocery shop owner at Thatampatty village in the district, police said.

  • Govt may ask all refineries to produce fixed level of LPG

    New Delhi: Government is likely to order oil refineries, including private sector Reliance Industries and Essar Oil, to maintain a minimum level of LPG production to ensure uninterrupted supply of cooking gas to the public.

  • Indian writes book on Oman in Kannada language

    Dubai: A book on Oman by a Muscat-based Indian teacher, giving insight into the life and culture of the Arab country, is set for a mid-July release.

  • Glamour quotient in Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal

    Kolkata: The Lok Sabha elections from West Bengal will have candidates from the glamour and sports worlds with nine debuting from the ruling Trinamool Congress and two  from the BJP.

  • US pitches for better economic ties between India, Pakistan

    New Delhi:  The US today pitched for better economic ties between India and Pakistan, saying normalisation of trade between the two countries will result in greater connectivity and stability in the Asian region.

  • Police arrest AAP members, AAP alleges bias

    New Delhi: Police have arrested 14 AAP members on charges of rioting outside the BJP office here and said Thursday they were looking two key AAP leaders. The AAP accused the police of bias.

  • Purandeswari decides to join BJP

    Hyderabad: In a setback to the Congress in Seemandhra, former central minister Daggubati Purandeswari and her husband Daggubati Venkateshwara Rao Thursday decided to join the BJP.