Free Press Journal
  • Afghan President Ashraf Ghani

    Mohammad Ashraf Ghani’s visit to India a low-key affair

    The first visit to India of new Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has achieved nothing dramatic — no agreements, no hyperboles on strategic partnership, no photo-ops worth the name. Considering how close his predecessor Hamid Karzai was to India this is a major index of new strain in ties.

  • Sardar Singh

    India start HWL semis preparation with Japan Test series

    Bhubaneswar: With the FIH Hockey World League Semi-Final (Men) 2015 around the corner, India’s preparation for the tournament will start with the first Test of the four-match series against Japan at the Kalinga Stadium here tomorrow.

  • Mamata Banerjee

    Mamata Banerjee to oversee relief ops at Indo-Nepal border

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will personally oversee relief operations for the earthquake victims at the Indo-Nepal border on Monday. “WB CM to oversee relief operations at Indo-Nepal border on May four,” the All India Trinamool Congress office tweeted today.

  • Shraddha Kapoor

    Shraddha Kapoor’s dance mantra

    Mumbai: Actress Shraddha Kapoor has found a new reason to smile — the positive response to the trailer of her forthcoming dance-based film “ABCD 2”. She says dance is all about a feeling.  The daughter of Shakti Kapoor took to micro-blogging site Twitter to share her excitement over the response to the trailer.  “1 week, 3 million views for the #ABCD2 trailer… thank uuuuu and always remember, if you can feel the music

  • Reese Witherspoon

    Sofia Vergara a strong woman: Reese Witherspoon

    Los Angeles ; Actress Reese Witherspoon formed a friendship with her Colombian co-star Sofia Vergara on the set of the new comedy film “Hot Pursuit”, and says she has a huge amount of respect for the “Modern  Family” star.

  • 787 Dreamliner

    Software bug can crash Boeing 787 Dreamliners

    Washington :The US air safety authority has issued a warning and maintenance order over a software bug that causes a complete electric shutdown of Boeing’s 787, causing pilots to lose control of the aircraft.

  • Kybella drug

    This drug will help you get rid of double chin

    Washington: People with double chin need not get embarrassed any more as the Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug Kybella that will help to dissolve the fat under the chin.

  • John Kerry

    John Kerry praises SriLanka government progress in peace process

    Colombo: US Secretary of State John Kerry today praised the “openness” of the new Sri Lankan government in its efforts to boost democracy, human rights and ensure reconciliation with the country’s minority Tamils.

  • Gold

    Gold extends losses on global cues; Silver stages recovery

    New Delhi: In a mixed pattern of trading, gold extended losses for the second straight day and prices fell by another Rs 160 to Rs 27,030 per ten grams in tandem with weak global market, while silver rebounded by Rs 510 to Rs 37,210 per kg on revival of buying by industrial units.

  • Congress protest, Rail roko

    Congress workers stage ‘rail roko’ against law and order

    Chandigarh: Several trains were delayed in Punjab today after Congress workers led by the party’s state unit chief Partap Singh Bajwa staged a ‘rail roko’ in several parts of the state, protesting against the “deteriorating” law and order situation and “tardy” procurement of wheat.

  • Jharkhand govt not serious on domicile policy: Congress

    Jamshedpur: Accusing the Jharkhand government of not being serious on the domicile policy, JPCC today said it should take a clear position on it. “We would favour priority for local masses in the 3rd and 4th grade government jobs,” Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee (JPCC) president Sukhdeo Bhagat told a press conference here.

  • CRPF to adopt village in earthquake-hit Nepal

    Patna: Extending a helping hand to the victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, para-military force CRPF has decided to adopt a village in the Himalayan country, a senior officer said today.

  • Sonakshi Sinha

    Sonakshi Sinha is super charged up, but why?

    Mumbai: Sonakshi Sinha says the “excitement level” for her small screen debut as a judge of “Indian Idol Junior” has shot up after the trailer of the singing reality show turned out to be positive.

  • M Karunanidhi

    Road Transport Bill is violative of federal spirit: M Karunanidhi

    Chennai: Tearing into the NDA government over a proposed controversial transport bill, DMK President M Karunanidhi today said it was violative of the federal spirit and the government had adopted a ‘deceptive’ approach to undo the basic infrastructure of transport sector.

  • M K Stalin

    DMK slams AIADMK,alleges Ministers have become ‘extortionists’

    Chennai: In a scathing criticism of the ruling AIADMK regime on all fronts, DMK top leader M K Stalin today alleged that Ministers of Chief Minister O Panneerselvam’s Cabinet had turned into “extortionists” and charged that Tamil Nadu was in the “Intensive Care Unit”.

  • Akshay Kumar

    Never felt so loved: Akshay Kumar

    Mumbai: Actor Akshay Kumar is elated over the response he is getting for his film “Gabbar Is Back”. He says that he has never felt so loved.

  • Boiler explosion kills 3, injures 12 at Qasimpur

    Aligarh: Three persons were killed and at least 12 others seriously injured in a boiler explosion this morning at Harduagunj Thermal Power station at Qasimpur, about 15 km from here. “Workers were working in the power station when the boiler burst all of a sudden,” Additional District Magistrate, Avdesh Tiwari told PTI.