Free Press Journal
  • Hacking: Coulson admits listening to British MP’s messages

    London : Former ‘News of the World’ editor and British Premier David Cameron’s ex-communications chief Andy Coulson on Wednesday admitted for the first time in court that he listened to hacked voicemails of an MP, reports PTI.

  • Mindtree Q4 net up 24.5%; FY’15 revenue to beat Nasscom estimate

    New Delhi :  Mid-tier IT firm Mindtree  posted a healthy 24.5 per cent growth in net profit to Rs 98.2 crore for the last quarter of FY2014 and expressed confidence that it would beat Nasscom’s industry growth forecast for this fiscal on the back of strong deal pipeline.

  • SCLR to open soon?

    Mumbai : Even after three days have passed, the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) is unable to announce an inauguration date for a project which is already delayed by a decade.

  • My Dreams

    An exhibition of recent paintings titled ‘My Dreams’ by renowned art ambassador of Maharashtra, Apet Pramod. Pramod Apet, from Beed district of Maharashtra, has been travelling around the world with his famous art work, depicting the age old cultural framework of this country.

  • Internal body clock puzzle solved

    London : Our internal body clock, influenced by the exposure to light, dictates the wake-sleep cycle. In a thrilling discovery, researchers have found a ‘missing’ component that plays a key role in the regulation of the whole-body circadian clock, says IANS.

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    RComm to raise tariffs by 7% to 96 paise/min

    INDIA-ECONOMY-IT-MOBILE-CHATNew Delhi : Reliance Communications (RCom) said it has increased tariffs by up to 20 per cent for its pre-paid customers with effect from April 25.

  • Poll Briefs

    Officials on poll duty dead

  • Feed Them, Don’t Eat Them

    It is so ironic that the largely meat eating developed countries of the world have stringent laws when it comes to treating a pet and it is ensured that if the pet is hurt, the owner can even be imprisoned. However in these very countries, millions of animals are killed everyday for food and yet no one goes to jail.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:-Expressing your emotions and discussing important issues with your partner will help in easing recent tensions. Be patient and diplomatic in your interactions with seniors and colleagues.

  • Nawaz gets a ‘kick’ out of it

    c NawazThere has been so much reportage about Nawazuddin Siddiqi being a part of Rahul Dholakia’s ‘Raees’ with none other than Shah Rukh Khan.

  • Unearthed! Tilting planets can harbour life too

    Artist's concept of nearest extrasolar planet to our Solar SysteWashington : Do planets have to have a stable tilt like earth to nurture life? Perhaps not as a fluctuating tilt in a planet’s orbit does not prohibit the possibility of life. In fact, sometimes, it helps, a promising research say, says IANS.

  • RBI favours independent body for forex benchmark rate

    RBIMumbai : The Reserve Bank suggested setting up of an independent body for recommending benchmark foreign exchange rate to avoid any possibility of manipulation by bankers.              The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has already advised the Fixed Income Money Market and Derivatives Association of India (FIMMDA) and Foreign Exchange Dealers’ Association of India (FEDAI) to act as administrator of the Indian rupee interest

  • Elections will test Ganesh Naik’s hold

    Election scene in Navi Mumbai has come of age since the new settlers voted for Vashi village panchayats almost three decades ago. Over the years and election after election, present Thane district Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik strengthened his hold over the area and emerged as the uncrowned king of Navi Mumbai. Now, this hold will be put to acid test in the Lok Sabha poll as his son and sitting MP Sanjeev

  • Lessons in morality for hubbies who cheat on wives

    Jakarta : An Indonesian governor said on Wednesday he has ordered all civil servants in a central province to attend mass prayer sessions and religious sermons in a bid to stop adultery, reports AFP.

  • Treat ‘Em Rough!

    The manufacture and sale of spurious drugs is one of the worst types of rackets that plague society these days.