Free Press Journal
  • Kangana Ranaut

    Kangana Ranaut roped in as face of Myntra’s DressBerry

    New Delhi: Versatile actress Kangana Ranaut, who has a distinct taste in fashion, has been roped in by e-tailer Myntra as the face of its in-house brand DressBerry. She says she was lured to endorse the brand due to its fun, flirty and feminine style.

  • Brazil hands over World Cup to Russia

    Rio de Janeiro: Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, in the presence of world football organisation FIFA supremo Sepp Blatter, handed over the World Cup to her Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin as Russia are set to host the next edition in 2018.

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    Moody’s upgrades Pakistan’s rating outlook as stable

    New Delhi: Moody’s Investor Service has upgraded Pakistan’s foreign currency rating outlook to stable from negative citing stabilisation in the country’s external liquidity position.

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    Polavaram issue sparks protest in Odisha Assembly

    Bhubaneswar: The controversial Polavaram dam issue sparked protests inside and outside Odisha assembly today with ruling BJD MLAs disrupting house proceedings and their party colleagues organising a 12-hour ‘hartal’ in four southern districts.

  • Alejandro Sabella

    Sabella sad but proud of Argentina players

    Rio de Janeiro: Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella has expressed sadness as his team’s 0-1 loss in the World Cup final to Germany but said he was proud of his players.

  • Looking into unauthorised digital certificates issue: Govt

    New Delhi: The government today said it is looking into the matter raised by tech giants Google and Microsoft which have said that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) has issued unauthorised digital certificates.

  • Hafiz Saeed

    Cong targets Govt on Hafiz-scribe meeting

    New Delhi: Congress today tried to corner the government on the meeting of an Indian journalist with terror accused Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan, saying it could not have taken place without the knowledge of authorities and claimed the scribe was “very close to Sangh parivar”.

  • Education, taxes keep social media abuzz during Budget: Crisil

    New Delhi: Education and taxes were the most discussed topics on social media during Budget as individuals, businesses and politicians posted on these two segments across platforms like Facebook, Twitter and blogs, a study by credit rating agency CRISIL today said.

  • Rizvi College to play at university cricket tourney in UK

    Mumbai: Mumbai’s Rizvi College is among the eight teams from different nations which would be fighting it out in the Red Bull Campus Cricket Tournament to be conducted in the United Kingdom from July 21-16.

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    BJP trying to destabilise UP govt, midterm poll possible: Beni

    Lucknow: Former Union minister and senior Congress leader Beni Prasad Verma today said that there was a possibility of mid-term polls taking place in Uttar Pradesh as the BJP after its massive win in the Lok Sabha elections was “trying to destabilise” the Akhilesh Yadav government.

  • Veer Pratak Vaidik

    Did not meet Saeed as Govt envoy: journalist Vaidik

    New Delhi: As a row erupted over his meeting with Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed, journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik, considered close to Baba Ramdev, today rejected suggestions by Congress that he might have acted as government’s envoy, saying he was “nobody’s envoy but my own”.

  • Ram Naik

    Ram Naik new UP Governor, O P Kohli moves to Gujarat

    New Delhi:  Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister Ram Naik was today appointed as Governor of Uttar Pradesh and party’s veteran Delhi leader O P Kohli will move to Gujarat, in the first appointment of five Governors by the Narendra Modi government.

  • China busts World Cup gambling rings worth USD 3bn: reports

    Beijing: Chinese police have uncovered a series of illegal World Cup betting cases involving almost USD 3 billion, media reported today, as authorities struggle to control the country’s growing gambling problem.

  • Prafulla Mahanta steps down as AGP president

    Guwahati: Taking responsibility of his party’s debacle in the recent Lok Sabha elections, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) leader Prafulla Kumar Mahanta today stepped down as party president.

  • Former Ukraine president sues EU over sanctions

    Luxembourg: Former Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych, ousted by pro-Western protests, has filed a suit with EU’s top court against sanctions Brussels has imposed on him and two sons.

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    Budget announcements positive for infra in long term: Fitch

    Mumbai: The country’s infrastructure sector will get a huge boost from the multitude budgetary proposals, especially those on easing the funding for the sector, ratings agency Fitch said today.

  • “Congress has always supported young people. It is not only today but even before independence...” Digvijay Singh Senior Congress leader

    Nothing to do with Hafiz-scribe meeting: Govt

    New Delhi: Government today distanced itself from the reported meeting of an Indian journalist with 26/11 attack accused Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan, saying it had “not sanctioned” it and asserted there is no change in its stand on the terror mastermind.