Free Press Journal
  • Paytm-Logo

    Check-recheck before clicking PAY for online services

    New Delhi: In an era of technology when the ‘buy’ button is just a click away, be doubly sure while making payments via the internet as fly-by-the-night online operators are mushrooming across the country, experts warn.

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    Kim Kardashian pouts bare butt again for Love magazine

    London: A picture of Kim Kardashian has recently been revealed online in which she can be seen bending over and flashing her sexy bare booty for the second time for a magazine. The reality star was wearing just a Prada jacket, stockings and heels, by ditching her undies, the Daily Star reported.

  • Through AAP, Delhi’s Vast Underclass Speaks Up

    Delhi’s people are India’s richest. They use the best, most extensive network of roads, and they have one of the highest rates of vehicle ownership in India. The number of companies serving and investing in their economy is growing.

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    Batman: Arkham Knight most pre-ordered game for 2015

    London: ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ has topped the list of 20 most pre-ordered games for 2015 so far, according to a survey by an online retailer. ‘Batman’ is followed by Zombie thriller ‘Dying Light’ in the list by Amazon, reported the Daily Star.

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    Shooting ‘Jazbaa’ with Aishwarya is fab: Sanjay Gupta

    Mumbai: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has started shooting her comeback film ‘Jazbaa’, an action-thriller directed by Sanjay Gupta. The ‘Guzaarish’ star, who is returning to the silver screen after a gap of five years, will share the screen space with Irrfan, Shabana Azmi and Anupam Kher.

  • India Sensex

    Sensex recovers 133 points in early trade on capital inflows

    Mumbai: Snapping its three-day losing streak, the benchmark BSE Sensex recovered over 133 points in early trade today on emergence of buying by funds and retail investors amid a firm Asian trend. The 30-share index, which had lost 681.63 points in the previous three sessions, recovered by 133.48 points, or 0.46 per cent, to 29,133.62.

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    Rupee gains 11 paise against dollar in early trade

    Mumbai: The rupee gained 11 paise to 61.56 against the US dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange today amid sustained overseas capital inflows. Besides, a higher opening in the domestic equity market helped the rupee but the dollar’s gain against other currencies overseas capped the rise, forex dealers said.

  • Delhi Assembly Polls

    Over Rs 32 lakh cash, 34k liquor bottles seized in Delhi

    New Delhi: Election Commission-appointed surveillance teams have seized over Rs 32 lakh cash and 34,000 liquor bottles as part of their drive to curb illegal inducements to voters in poll-bound Delhi. As per latest data filed by Election Expenditure observers to the poll panel, over 90 teams, flying squads and static vigil squads have seized a total of Rs 32,20,000 cash, 34,323 number of liquor bottles and 35 fire arms since the

  • ANAND

    Vishwanathan Anand draws with Naiditsch in Grenke chess Round 2

    Baden-Baden (Germany): Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand did not capitalise on his chances and misplayed a better endgame to settle for a draw with Arkadij Naiditsch of Germany in the second round of Grenke Chess Classic. The draw with white pieces might prove costly for Anand especially because the position was clear better. This was second straight draw for the Indian ace in as many games after splitting the point with world number two Fabiano Caruana of Italy in the opener.

  • World Cup 2015

    Corruption-free World Cup is the greatest challenge: ICC

    Dubai: International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executive, David Richardson feels organising a safe and corruption-free World Cup will be their greatest challenge during the two-month long mega-event. The ICC World Cup will kick start with hosts Australia and co-hosts New Zealand taking on England and Sri Lanka respectively on February 14 in Melbourne and Richardson said security has been the biggest expense for the ICC this time.

  • Rajnath briefs PM over Matang arrest row

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today briefed Prime Minister Narendra Modi about allegations that Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami had tried to stall the arrest of Congress leader Mantang Sinh in connection with Saradha scam.

  • Xi Jinping

    China-Sri Lanka ties to become stronger: President Xi Jinping

    Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping today greeted his Sri Lankan counterpart Maithripala Sirisena on the island nation’s 67th anniversary of independence, saying the ties between the two countries will become stronger in future. In his message to Sirisena, Xi said China and Sri Lanka are traditional friendly neighbours, and relations between the two countries have remained unshakable and become even firmer over the time goes by, as the mutually beneficial cooperation between them in various areas has brought about important interests to the

  • MSG

    Punjab & Haryana HC to watch ‘MSG’ before considering stay application

    Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday deferred the hearing on a petition seeking a stay on the screening of the controversial movie ‘Messenger of God’ starring Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim till March 3 and said it would take a decision only after watching the movie.

  • Cessna 150K

    NTSB: Pilot taking selfies led to US air crash

    Los Angeles: A pilot who died when he crashed his small aircraft was distracted because he was taking cell phone selfies in the cockpit, likely contributing to the fatal accident, US investigators have said. The 29-year-old and a passenger were killed instantly when his Cessna 150K smashed into a field on May 31 last year.

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    Arvind Kejriwal will have to come clean on funding, says Manoj Tiwari

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party leader Manoj Tiwari has asked Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal to come clean on the Hawala issue. “I think that Arvind Kejriwal will have to look into the people’s eyes and explain why he went for Hawala. He has a habit of taking up issues that he plans to do in the future, black money and bribery to name a few,” Tiwari told ANI on Wednesday.

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    TransAsia airplane crash: At least nine dead

    London: A Taiwanese TransAsia Airways flight with more than 50 people aboard hit a bridge and crashed into a river near the capital Taipei on Wednesday morning, leaving at least nine people dead.

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    Jordan kills 2 IS captives in tit for tat executions

    Amman: In tit for tat executions, a throwback to medieval times, Jordan has executed two IS suspects, including an alleged female suicide bomber from al-Qaeda. Four other IS suspects are in the death row. The executions  came on the heels of the Islamic State terror group putting in public domain a grisly video that showed a captured Jordanian fighter pilot being torched alive in a cage.

  • Young Delhi Voters

    Delhi’s young voters ride on excitement for voting day

    New Delhi: The excitement of getting their fingers inked coupled with the desire to elect a capable leader in the assembly elections on Saturday is keeping the 1.72 lakh first time voters in the city brimming with hope. Waiting eagerly to exercise their franchise, many youngsters say they would take to the social networking sites to share their voting experience.

  • State govt is financialy sound, says BJP chief

    Ujjain : State BJP chief Nandkumar Singh Chouhan here on Tuesday said that the financial status of the State government is sound and there is no need to get serious. “There is no need to get serious as the financial status of the government is sound and there is no situation of overdraft…it’s a normal process to borrow loans for the developmental works and to repay them…the government employees, who used to