Free Press Journal
  • Bejing denies cyber-spying

    An infuriated China summoned the US Ambassador and demanded withdrawal of indictment of five PLA personnel for cyber-espionage while reminding Washington about leaks by Edward Snowden of American surveillance on Chinese entities.

  • How BJP’s online campaign proved vital

    New Delhi : With the BJP registering a thumping victory in the general election, significant credit goes to the party’s online campaign to tap the general psyche by connecting with millions of youngsters. Vikas Pandey, a 30-year-old software architect, headed the social media campaigns like “I Support Namo” on Facebook and Twitter, as a volunteer for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the then prime ministerial candidate Narendra

  • Tamannaah is the new host and dost!

    Post ‘Himmatwala’s’ box office disaster, Sajid Khan is back with ‘Humshakals’ this time. ‘Humshakals’ is said to be inspired by the 1982 classic comedy ANGOOR, which was based on a play “Comedy of Errors” by William Shakespeare.

  • Gap between Pak words and deeds

    New Delhi : Even as the Pakistan High Commissioner to India, Abdul Basit spoke of a consensus back home and indicated that Islamabad was willing to engage with the incoming Modi government, there is a sharp contradictions between his words and the deeds of the Pakistan government, which tell a different story.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today hard work and optimism colour your action. Animal lovers will bring home a pet. Members of the opposite sex will appreciate your movements. Improvement in business is likely.

  • Japan’s Hitachi unveils a robot with a sense of humour

    Tokyo : Japanese scientists unveiled a robot with a sense of humour on Tuesday, and claimed it was capable of knowing when its jokes had fallen flat, according to AFP. The pint-sized roller-skating EMIEW2 — pronounced like the flightless bird — is able to have a short conversation with a human being, without being given a script.

  • Modi may push ahead with diesel price deregulation

    New Delhi : Narendra Modi’s landslide victory gives him the mandate to deregulate diesel prices as well as raise natural gas rates with a clear road map towards free pricing to cut subsidies and shrink the budget deficit.           With the biggest election win in 30 years, the Modi-led National Democratic Alliance is expected to maintain the reforms momentum, ICICI Securities said in a note.

  • No sex please: Sajid-Farhad

    Writer duo Sajid-Farhad Samji, who started their career in Bollywood with scripts of films like ‘Bol Bachchan’, ‘Housefull 2’, ‘Ready’, ‘Golmaal Returns’ and ‘Golmaal 3’, said that now they want to make family entertainers and not sex-comedies as they are not comfortable in that space. Farhad has also co-written the song ‘M bole to…’ with Rahat Indori for Hirani’s ‘Munnabhai MBBS’. The writer duo would be debuting as directors in

  • India shoul put visa issue behind: Ex-Obama aide

    Washington :  The US is ready to put Modi visa issue behind it and move forward, a former aide of President  Obama has said and suggested India should also move on to re-invigorate ties.

  • CONSTANTLY RAISING THE BAR

    IN the high jump where the head goes, the body follows. The person jumping takes an eleven step approach in the shape of the letter ‘J’ with eyes on the bar but never obsessed or overwhelmed by it. If he thinks about the improbability or impossibility of leaping backwards, he would never even try. At the end of the curve in the letter ‘J’, he plants his take-off leg, draws up his

  • ‘Smart’ lock won’t let thieves steal your bike

    New York: Here comes a solar-powered ‘smart’ lock that alerts you if a thief tries to steal your bike, according to IANS. Not just this, if would send a message to your near and dear ones if you met with an accident. The $159 (Rs.9,500) Skylock connects to a smart phone app via Bluetooth