Free Press Journal
  • “You have to look the part”: Lauren Gottlieb

    The gorgeous and lively Lauren Gottlieb, who will be soon seen in ABCD 2, maintains that she is a great believer in intuition. Does it always work for her, you wonder… “Umm… for the most part,” she grins.

  • ‘No’ to GST, ‘yes’ to automatic devolution

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to push through the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill in the current session of Parliament. Rates of sales tax applicable on various goods will become uniform across the country if the Bill is passed. This will help push growth. Barriers to interstate trade in goods will be reduced. Trade will increase and push up the growth rate. At the same time States will be deprived

  • India mulls US-style law to block M&A

    New Delhi : India may adopt an American-style mechanism where the head of the government has the authority to block or unwind mergers and acquisitions by foreign companies that could threaten national security, reports PTI.

  • Duminy backs struggling Yuvraj Singh

    New Delhi: The costliest buy this season, Yuvraj Singh has not set the IPL ablaze the way he was expected to but his Delhi Daredevils captain J P Duminy has backed the star player to come good in the later stages of the T20 league. Yuvraj, bought for Rs 16 crore, has scored 124 runs in seven innings at an average of 17.71 with just one half century to his name. The

  • Amit Shah slams Rahul for Kashmir border jibe

    Agartala : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Monday criticised Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for his observation that he saw no change in the situation at Kashmir border under the present Narendra Modi government from that during the UPA regime.

  • ‘Blunders’ clinch rink football trophy

    Mumbai : Malad’s ‘Blunders’ emerged new champions with a thrilling 4-3 win over UK United (Orlem) to win the final of the IDBI-sponsored 15th  Remedian Floodlit Rink Football tournament,    played at Our Lady Of Remedy School ground Kandivali on Sunday Night.

  • Instagram pips Twitter in user engagement race

    New York : Instagram surpassed Twitter, and its own parent company Facebook, in terms of post interactions, reveals a new study by Quintly, reports IANS.

  • KSA rally to derail Central Railway

    Mumbai : Karnatak Sporting Association (KSA) showed great character and dished out an outstanding second half performance as they came from behind to down Central Railway 4-1 in an Elite Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League – 2014-15 and played at the Cooperage ground on Monday morning.

  • Rohan Shrestha’s black-n-white beauties

    They have shot some of Hindi films’ most beautiful faces and naturally talking beauty is something the photographer father-son duo, Rakesh and Rohan Shrestha are more than happy to do. Ask Rakesh to name the most stunning beauties he has captured on his camera and he says, “Top of the line would be Rekhaji, obviously Aishwarya Rai she’s an all-time favourite of mine. Someone who would not be very, very beautiful but

  • Putin has no regrets over Crimea episode

    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an interview to mark 15 years in power, said he has no regrets over Moscow’s 2014 annexation of Crimea as it overturned “a historical injustice.” “I think we did the right thing and I don’t regret a thing,” Putin said of his decision to take back the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine, during the interview in a state television documentary broadcast yesterday. “When we defend our

  • Sufism

    You alone exist; I do not, O Beloved! You alone exist, I do not! Like the shadow of a house in ruins, I revolve in my own mind. If I speak, you speak with me: If I am silent, you are in my mind. If I sleep, you sleep with me:

  • City needs continuous surveillance of pneumococcal disease, says docs

    Mumbai : With the immunization week of the World Health Organisation being observed from April 24 to 30, city health experts have advised adult immunization for those belonging to high-risk categories following rising cases of pneumococcal disease in elderly population. Further, due to lack of systematic data on the trend of the disease, medical fraternity asks the civic health officials for continuous surveillance of the disease in the community.

  • Capgemini to buy IGATE Corp in $4 bn cash deal

    Capgemini says iGate’s strength in North America will complement its European focus. iGate has most of its 33,000 staff in India, including a large chunk at its Navi Mumbai campus (more…)

  • Will quit if I am a burden on team: Shahid Afridi

    Karachi: Flamboyant Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has said he is ready to retire from international cricket the day he feels he is a burden on the team. Afridi, 35, announced retirement from One-day Internationals after the World Cup while he had quit Test cricket in 2010. He recently announced that he was only going to continue playing T20 and focus on building a strong squad for next year’s World T20 Cup in