Free Press Journal
  • Azam Khan

    Azam should not make comments on UP Guv: Amar Singh

    Azamgarh (UP): Former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh today said that Azam Khan should avoid making comments on UP Governor Ram Naik as he holds a constitutional post. “Azam should avoid making comments on Governor as it is a constitutional post. I have earlier also made comments on the then UP governor TV Rajeswar, but now I feel that it was my childishness”, Singh said.

  • mamata banerjee

    Nitish congratulates Mamata for her bypoll win

    Patna: Senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar today congratulated West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her party’s victory in the by-elections. Kumar congratulated Banerjee over telephone for Trinamool Congress’ victory in the by-elections to one Lok Sabha and one Assembly seat, a statement from Kumar’s office said.

  • Saradha scam: CBI to file supplementary chargesheet this week

    Kolkata: The Special Crime Branch of CBI probing the multi-crore Saradha scam will file a supplementary charge sheet by this week, a source in the investigating agency said. “We are going to file the supplementary charegsheet in the Saradha Realty case at Alipur Court by this week,” the CBI source said.

  • Tiruchirappalli airport receives hoax bomb call

    Tiruchirappalli: An unidentified person called up a top airport official here informing a bomb would go off on its premises today, police said. Police and bomb detection squad with sniffer dog conducted a thorough checking after the caller told the air port Terminal Manager at 4.25 am that a bomb had been planted in the airport premises and it would explode at 8 am.

  • Now, detox holidays sans any digital disturbance

    Johannesburg: People looking forward to enjoying a peaceful holiday sans the beeping of phones can now book Digital Detox Holidays where holidaymakers will be able to enjoy their vacation without any ‘digital disturbance’.

  • LG announces all-metal smartwatch ‘LG Watch urbane’ 

    Washington: LG has announced its latest addition, the all metal smartwatch ‘LG Watch Urbane’, weeks before the Apple smartwatch is expected to roll out. According to TechCrunch, LG believes its new timepiece will appeal to men as well as women rather than only the geeky male audience.

  • South Korea to reduce embassy staff in Yemen

    Seoul: South Korea has decided to reduce the number of its embassy staff in Yemen due to security concerns in the country, officials said. On Feb 6, Shia Houthi rebels ousted Yemen’s government and dissolved parliament after expanding its influence following its seizure of the capital Sanaa in September, Yonhap News Agency reported.

  • Maha Shivratri

    Happy Maha Shivratri, wish Bollywood stars

    Mumbai: Bollywood celebrities like Lata Mangeshkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Madhur Bhandarkar have wished their fans and family on the auspicious occasion of Maha Shivratri. The festival is believed to celebrate the wedding of Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati. Devotees stay awake all night, singing hymns and prayers, to seek Lord Shiva’s blessings.

  • Nokia

    Nokia India renews sales agreement with HCL Infosystems

    New Delhi:Nokia India, now subsidiary of Microsoft Mobile, has signed a fresh 3-year contract with IT services and product distribution company HCL Infosystems to sell its mobile devices. “NISPL, subsidiary of Microsoft Mobile OY, and HCL Infosystems Ltd have signed a contract that will enhance the footprint of Microsoft Mobile devices across the Organized Trade and General Trade channels and rural India,” HCL Infosystems said in a statement.

  • More electric car charging points in Japan than gas stations

    Tokyo: Green-car sceptics take note: Japan now has more electric vehicle charging spots than gas stations. The country’s number-two automaker Nissan says there are now 40,000 charging units — including those inside private homes — across the nation, compared with 34,000 petrol stations.

  • Ganjam coast potential habitat for dolphins

    Berhampur (Odisha): Ganjam coast in Odisha which is famous for the mass nesting of Olive Ridley turtles has also been found to be a potential habitat for different species of dolphins. As many as 24 dolphins of two different species were sighted by wildlife personnel during their first ever survey of the sea mammal in the 54-km long Ganjam coast on Sunday.

  • Manish tewari

    AAP and BJP government seems to be similar: Manish Tewari

    New Delhi: Congress today saw “striking similarities” in AAP and BJP’s style of governance after Arvind Kejriwal’s government in Delhi banned media from the state secretariat on its first working day. “Striking Similarities- AAP & BJP’s Governance style. PM as Gujrat CM banned Media from Gujarat Secretariat. AAP in both it’s stints emulates him”, party leader Manish Tewari tweeted.

  • Three killed in Lahore blast

    Lahore: At least three people were killed and several injured in a blast in Pakistan’s Lahore city Tuesday, a media report said. It occurred near the main gate of Police Lines in the city’s Gujjar Singh area, Dawn reported. Several vehicles parked near the blast site caught fire and window panes in nearby buildings were also shattered. Witnesses said gunshots were heard from inside the Police Lines. However, security personnel said that the

  • subrata-roy

    Sahara moves SC for extension of facilities to Roy in jail

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today expressed concern over how Sahara Group would raise money to secure its chief Subrata Roy’s release, as the group sought extension of facilities inside Tihar jail premises by four to six weeks to enable him negotiate deals with prospective buyers. The apex court expressed concern about the payment of money to be made by Roy to secure his release from jail. “You are struggling to pay Rs 10,000 crore.

  • Sanjay Raut

    Religious harmony most important in U.S.: Sanjay Raut

    New Delhi : Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Tuesday said it is extremely important to maintain religious harmony in the U.S. and added that attention must be paid to increasing incidents of religious intolerance in that country. “President Obama talked of religious harmony when he had come here. This religious harmony is most necessary in the U.S., and therefore, the authorities must pay attention to it,” said Raut.

  • Narendra Modi

    Fanaticism will not be tolerated, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: My Government stands for personal freedom. Religion is a personal choice. Govt will not allow any religious group belonging to majority or minority to incite hatred against others overtly or covertly. Everyone has undeniable right to retain or adopt religion of his or her choice without coercion or undue influence. I condemn violence against any religion. We will act strongly against such violence.

  • Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie

    Angelina Jolie opens up about finding `real man` Brad Pitt

    Washington : Angelina Jolie, who married her longtime partner, and father to their six children, Brad Pitt, in August 2014, has revealed that she has finally found what all women want, a “real man.” The 39-year-old actress said that at 20, girls are all looking for Prince Charming, the big handsome hunk, only they’re generally disappointed because of his instability, but at 40, women want a real man, Contactmusic.com reported. The ‘Unbroken’ director added