Free Press Journal
  • Sebi

    Sebi to tap social media for investor awareness campaigns

    New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi has decided to tap social media and other popular internet and mobile platforms to make investors aware about their rights and to safeguard them against possible frauds.

  • Samsung

    Samsung building $14.3 bln `Semiconductor Valley`

    Washington: Samsung is reportedly beginning construction on a 14.3 billion dollar manufacturing complex that will be of the size of 400 soccer fields and will supply essential components to the electronics industry.

  • Devendra Fadnavis

    I’ve told police not to salute me when I pass by them: Devendra Fadnavis

    Panaji: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said that he has asked the police not to salute him every time he passes by them.  “I feel, today, Chief Minister do not require to be saluted every time he passes by traffic cops. I have told police force in Maharashtra to do away with this system as I am not in favour of all this,” Fadnavis said at the ongoing ‘Women Economic Forum’ here.

  • Natalie Portman

    Natalie Portman to play Supreme Court Justice in new film

    Los Angeles: Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman has signed on to play US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The 33-year-old actress has agreed to star in a new biopic titled “On The Basis Of Sex”, which follows the life of the second ever woman to be appointed to the office of Supreme Court Justice, according to Deadline.

  • ranbir kapoor

    Ranbir admits relationship with Katrina, to tie knot next year

    Mumbai: Actor Ranbir Kapoor has finally confirmed his relationship with actress Katrina Kaif after years of dodging media speculations and also revealed he will marry her by the end of next year.  Ranbir, who is usually guarded about his personal life and his closeness with Katrina even as they continued to be spotted together, opened up about the actress in an interview to Anandabazar Patrika.

  • Lady Gaga,Taylor Kinney

    Lady Gaga wants kids before marriage

    London : Pop star Lady Gaga reportedly wants to have children with her fiance Taylor Kinney before they tie the knot. The 29-year-old “Born this Way” hitmaker, whose changing shape recently sparked speculation she is pregnant, got engaged to Kinney in February but they are unlikely to tie the knot until next year at the earliest, reported Heat magazine.

  • Real Madrid

    Real Madrid’s Kroos fit to play against Juventus

    Madrid: Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos on Sunday confirmed that he will be fit for their second leg of the European Champions League semi-final against Juventus to be played at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium here on Wednesday.

  • Manchester United just one victory away from qualifying for Champions League

    London : Manchester United requires just one more victory to secure its qualification for the UEFA Champions League after their 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace in their Premier League match at Selhurst Park opened a seven-point lead over fifth-placed Liverpool.

  • facebook,

    Facebook testing in-app search engine to stop users from leaving site

    Washington : Facebook is reportedly testing an internal search engine for its mobile app. For now, a few iOS users are seeing an “add a link” option next to the buttons to add photos, locations, and feelings. After users enter a keyword in the search bar, Facebook suggests related news articles to post. However, it is not clear if the update will be available to everyone, reported The Verge.

  • Pranab Mukherjee

    India’s independent bodies reflect success of democracy: Pranab Mukherjee

    Moscow: India has “ferociously independent” constitutional and statutory bodies which reflect the country’s success in parliamentary democracy, President Pranab Mukherjee today said. “That is why our parliamentary system is successful. We cherish it and we celebrate it,” Mukherjee said addressing a group of indologists here.

  • Lewis Hamilton

    Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes in deadlock over new contract

    Barcelona : It has been understood that Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are in deadlock over his new contract.  Hamilton is demanding 200 million euros at the current exchange rate — over three years, a figure that would put him on a par with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel as the highest-paid driver on the grid, reports dailymail.co.uk.  But the Mercedes board at Stuttgart are believed to be unwilling to rip up their entire pay

  • Anjum Chopra

    Commentary will make people aware of ladies cricket: Anjum Chopra

    New Delhi: Making her presence felt inside the commentary box in IPL-8, former Indian women’s captain Anjum Chopra feels that the unique opportunity will certainly make people take note of ladies cricket and improve gender bias in sport.

  • Eat healthy, Brain

    Eat healthy for super brain as you age

    Toronto: People who are having healthier diets with higher quantities of vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, soy products and moderate alcohol intake are at a reduced risk of cognitive decline as they get older, says new research.

  • David Cameron

    David Cameron dines out with wife to celebrate win

    London: British Prime Minister David Cameron lived up to his image of being a master at chilling out as he celebrated his victory in the polls by taking his wife out for a romantic dinner at an expensive private members club here.

  • Twitter

    Twitter can find you a better job

    New York: Twitter can help more job-seekers than any other traditional platform if it incorporates a formal job board, say experts.

  • Vladimir Putin, Angela Merkel

    Vladimir Putin, Angela Merkel to pay respects to WWII dead

    Moscow: Vladimir Putin was due today to host German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who will commemorate the memory of Soviet soldiers killed in WWII after she stayed away from Russia’s military parade.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    ‘Rahul Gandhi’s resurgence signals willingness to take on mantle’

    New Delhi : With a string of salvos fired at the Modi government since his return from a sabbatical, a combative Rahul Gandhi is being seen among his party leaders as a force behind “turning the tide” for a Congress that is desperate to regain its relevance vis-a-vis the country’s realigned political equations.