Free Press Journal
  • Priyanka Chopra excited about ‘public chat’ with fans

    New Delh: Actress Priyanka Chopra is upbeat about engaging in a public chat with her fans via Viber, a mobile communications app offering free messaging and high definition quality calls.

  • I am quite a greedy person, Huma Qureshi

    New Delhi: Huma Qureshi, who recently unveiled the Reliance Digital Filmfare Calendar 2015 in Mumbai, said that she is a greedy person.

  • Attempt to separate Mumbai from Maharashtra is afoot: Sena

    Mumbai: Referring to the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s proposal of a committee headed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for Mumbai-related issues, Shiv Sena today alleged that some industrialists and politicians were conspiring to separate the city from Maharashtra.

  • Prakash Bal Joshi receives MVVS journalism award

    Mumbai: Senior political journalist Prakash Bal Joshi was today honoured with the Excellence in Journalism Award instituted by the Mantralaya Vidhimandal Vartahar Sangh here.

  • Council polls: BJP accommodates two allies, Sena fields Desai

    Mumbai: Seeking to smooth the ruffled feathers among its allies, BJP today fielded candidates from Shivsangram and RSP for the January 30 election to Maharashtra Legislative Council, but left the Swabhimani Shetkari Paksh high and dry.

  • Gold spikes to near 5-mth high on demand optimism

    Mumbai: Gold maintained its bullish accent and prices spiked to a nearly five-month high at the bullion market here due to robust jewellery stockists offtake in the face of strong seasonal demand.

  • Madan Mitra

    CBI questions Madan Mitra in jail

    Kolkata: CBI officials today interrogated West Bengal minister Madan Mitra at Alipore Correctional Home where he is lodged after his arrest in connection with the Saradha scam probe.

  • Court refuses to allow Dabur’s Burman to go abroad

    New Delhi: Pradip Burman, one of the Dabur India promoters whose name has cropped up in the list given by the Centre to the Supreme Court on the blackmoney issue, was today denied permission to go abroad for family function by a Delhi court which said there was no justifiable ground for it.

  • 19 parties enforce Nepal shutdown over Constitution drafting

    Kathmandu: A Maoists-led opposition alliance today enforced a general strike in Nepal against Constitution-drafting through voting, paralysing life with reports of vandalism and arson from across the country.

  • Indian-American boy floats firm to sell low cost Braille printer

    Washington: Thirteen-year-old Indian-American Shubham Banerjee from Santa Clara, California, who developed a low cost Braille printer called Braigo using the Lego robotics kit last year, has opened a full-fledged company to develop the machines for the masses.

  • Couples more likely to get healthy together

    London: Quitting smoking, losing weight and getting active are easier if your partner makes the change as well, a new study has found.

  • New method to treat osteoarthritis found

    London: Researchers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have developed microcapsules – just 2 microns in diameter – that can deliver drugs efficiently to reduce inflammation in cartilage affected by osteoarthritis.

  • Subramanian Swamy

    Adequate toilets crucial for gender equality: Swamy

    New Delhi: Modern sanitary toilet system was important for the nation’s economic growth and pro ision of adequate sanitation facilities was crucial for achieving gender equality, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today said.