Free Press Journal
  • mumbai bullion

    Gold rebounds on heavy stockists demand; silver too rally

    Mumbai: Gold prices rebounded smartly at the bullion market here today on renewed buying interest from stockists and retailers tracking upbeat global trend. Silver also recouped some of its recent losses due to good industrial support.

  • Don’t compare me with Sunny Leone: Rakhi Sawant

    Mumbai: The outspoken and blunt Rakhi Sawant detests any comparison with adult film star-turned-Bollywood actress Sunny Leone, and says she should instead be compared to the likes of international icons Jennifer Lopez and Madonna.

  • ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ trailer garners over one million views

    Mumbai: The theatrical trailer of “Dil Dhadakne Do” has been viewed over one million times on YouTube in less than 24 hours of its release online, and the numbers are only growing with plaudits from commoners as well as celebrities.

  • PK

    ‘PK’ releases in Germany, Austria, Switzerland

    Mumbai: Aamir Khan-starrer “PK” continues to open in newer markets. The movie, which questions the blind faith in godmen, hit over 50 theatres across Germany, Austria and Switzerland on Thursday.

  • Game of Thrones

    Game of Thrones` bosses say end of show is nigh

    Washington: ‘Game of Thrones,’ executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have revealed that the end of the show is approaching more quickly than the fans would want it, in a Variety interview.

  • BJP

    HC asks Maha to examine if BJP made alterations to structure

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today asked Maharashtra government to “come clean” and examine whether Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has carried out any alterations in the structure allotted to it in South Mumbai in 1978 by the then government.

  • Interoperable cash deposit machines may soon be reality: RBI

    Mumbai: The Reserve Bank is looking at connecting all cash deposit machines to the National Financial Switch (NFS) which will make them interoperable and allow customers to deposit cash into their accounts from any bank’s machine.

  • Wrestler Geeta Rani testifies B sape test, faces four year ban

    New Delhi: Commonwealth Games gold medallist weightlifter Geeta Rani’s confirmatory ‘B’ sample test has also returned positive for a banned substance and she is set to end her career in ignominy as she faces the prospect of a lengthy ban from the sport.

  • Obama writes profile for Modi in Time’s most influential list

    New York: In a sign of warm personal friendship, US President Barack Obama has written a profile for Prime Minister Narendra Modi for Time magazine as it named the Indian leader among the 100 most influential people in the world. In the profile titled ‘India’s reformer-in-chief’, Obama has described Modi’s life story “from poverty to Prime Minister” as one that reflects the dynamism and potential of India’s rise.

  • Barcelona were a solid side against PSG: Coach Enrique

    Paris: Spanish club FC Barcelona coach Luis Enrique said his team produced a “solid” performance to beat French side Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in the first leg of the Champions League football tournament’s quarter-final.

  • Saina Nehwal

    Saina Nehwal regains top spot in rankings

    New Delhi, April 16 (IANS) India’s Saina Nehwal has regained the women’s singles World No.1 spot in the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings released on Thursday.

  • Richards tips Blackwood as one for the future after maiden hundred

    North Sound (Antigua): West Indies legend Vivian Richards has likened Jermaine Blackwood to “a bit of Collis King”, and believes the young Jamaican has the making of a “good batsman in the middle” for the Caribbean side in the long-term future.

  • Srinivasan to remain ICC chairman till BCCI AGM

    New Delhi:BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur today said former president N Srinivasan will continue as the ICC chairman till September after which the Board will chalk a way forward at its Annual General Meeting. As per rules, the ICC chairman’s post belongs to the BCCI representative for two years from July 2014 to June 2016.

  • M Hamid Ansari

    Ansari forms panel to probe sexual charges against HC judge

    New Delhi: Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari has set up a three-member panel to investigate sexual harassment charges against S K Gangele, a sitting judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, nearly a month after admitting a motion supported by 58 Rajya Sabha members to impeach him. The committee, to be headed by Supreme Court judge Vikramjit Sen, will have Justice Manjula Chellur, Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court and jurist K K

  • Now convert your smartphone into a pulse oximeter

    Smartphone technology is changing the way we perceive our daily lives. Cellular technology, by way of apps and add-ons is changing the way we do things. Apps have become our go to for dating, movies and entertainment, add on devices convert our phones into a plethora of more expensive devices. Why then, should our smartphones then not be a definitive tracker of our health? While there are a plethora of apps on

  • Navy to launch indigenous, stealth destroyer

    New Delhi: The first, mostly indigenously built ship of a follow-up project of the Kolkata class warships is ready to be put to the sea, officials said on Thursday.