Free Press Journal
  • Narendra Modi

    Will make S&T a national priority, facilitate research: PM Narendra Modi

    Mumbai: Ease of doing research is as important as ease of doing business, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said as he reached out to the scientific community promising to cut red tape and sought their cooperation in “transforming” the country.

  • Farah Khan & Salman Khan

    Farah Khan gets tips from Salman Khan to host ‘Bigg Boss Halla Bol’

    Mumbai: Choreographer-director Farah Khan, who will host the “Bigg Boss Halla Bol” series starting Sunday, is working on some “great tips” from superstar Salman Khan, who has hosted multiple seasons of the reality show “Bigg Boss”.

  • Kapil Sharma

    PETA thanks Kapil Sharma for compassion towards animals

    Mumbai: People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) staff will make an appearance on “Comedy Nights With Kapil” to thank its host Kapil Sharma and his crew for their compassion towards animals.

  • Somdev faces Yen-Hsun Lu in Chennai Open first round

    Chennai: India’s best hope and wild card entrant Somdev Devvarman will go up against sixth seeded Yen-Hsun Lu of Chinese Taipei in the first round of the singles draw of the ATP Aircel Chennai Open tennis tournament which commences here Monday.

  • Roger Federer

    Fit enough to win 18th Grand Slam: Roger Federer

    Brisbane: Seventeen-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer shot down concerns about his suspect fitness, saying he is charged up to win an elusive 18th Major at this month’s Australian Open.

  • David Moyes

    David Moyes opens La Liga door for Steven Gerrard

    Madrid: Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has told Steven Gerrard he would be welcome at Real Sociedad next season if the outgoing Liverpool midfielder fancies a La Liga swansong.

  • Yuki Bhambri

    Yuki Bhambri, Jeevan advance in Chennai Open qualifiers

    Chennai: India’s Yuki Bhambri and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan cleared the first hurdle in the qualifying event of the ATP Chennai Open, scoring easy wins over their compatriots, here today.

  • Sachin Tendulkar

    Sachin Tendulkar was flexible across all formats: Vivian Richards

    Dubai: Legendary West Indies batsman Sir Vivian Richards is of the opinion that Sachin Tendulkar is probably one of the two batsmen in modern era who had seamless adjusted their game according to their needs across all three formats.

  • drugs seized

    BSF recovers heroin worth Rs. 25 crore in Punjab

    Chandigarh: Border Security Force (BSF) troopers Saturday recovered five kg of heroin, estimated to be worth Rs.25 crore in the international market, along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab.

  • Army, Gunfight, Soldier, killed

    Pakistan firing kills 2 Army jawans, one woman

    Srinagar/Jammu: Two army jawans and a woman were killed while 11 people were injured as Pakistani troops targeted villages and security posts at various places in Jammu and Kashmir since last night which triggered migration of hundreds of people from some border areas.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    Announcement of LBT abolition soon: Maharashtra CM Fadnavis

    Kolhapur: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said his government was committed to fulfilling the election promise of scrapping the local body tax, and an announcement would be made soon.

  • 3 injured in clash between TMC & BJP activists

    Raniganj: Three students were injured, one of them seriously, when Trinamool Chatro Parishad and ABVP activists clashed at Raniganj College today in Burdwan district.

  • Weak rupee triggers rush in NRI remittances from UAE: Survey

    Dubai: Non-resident Indians (NRIs) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are queuing up to remit money home, thanks to a strong UAE dirham vis-a-vis the rupee, which has lowered the cost of money transfer, a study has found.

  • Radhakrishnan

    ISRO working on manned space mission: Dr Radhakrishnan

    Mumbai: After the success of Mangalyaan, the Indian Space Research Organisation is working on developing technology to send a manned mission to space, the organisation’s former chief Dr K Radhakrishnan today said.

  • Collins Middle East Atlas

    Harper Collins apologizes for not including Israel in Middle East Atlas

    Washington: Publishing giant Harper Collins, a subsidiary of NewsCorp, has been selling an atlas in Middle Eastern schools claiming to give an “in-depth coverage of the region and its issues” wherein the name Israel does not appear at all.

  • King Abdullah

    Saudi Arabia King Abdullah in stable condition

    Riyadh: Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, who is suffering from pneumonia, is in stable condition but needs assistance to breathe with a respirator, media reported Saturday stating a royal court statement.

  • Ceasefire by Pakistan

    Pakistan warns India of retaliation over cross-border firing

    Islamabad: Pakistan today appeared to threaten India with retaliation over the killing of its soldiers in cross-border firing, saying it will now “communicate in the language they understand”.