Free Press Journal
  • Some vested interest in BJP are maligning me: Shotgun

    Patna: BJP MP from Patna Saheb Shatrughan Sinha, who is accused of ignoring the needs of people of his constituency, on Friday rubbished the charge saying it was handiwork of some vested interest in his own party.

  • hema malini

    “Pray he is ok,” Hema Malini urges

    Veteran Bollywood actor, Dharmendra visited South-Mumbai’s Breach Candy hospital to undergo an MRI test after he sustained shoulder injuries during the shoot of SECOND HAND HUSBAND.

  • Want Migration certificate? Log on to MU site

    Mumbai : To facilitate students, the University of Mumbai is planning to issue Migration Certificate and Eligibility Certificate online from the next academic session. The decision was taken in the Management Council meeting. Officials said that students don’t need to be physically present and stand in long queue to get those certificates. A University circular and Vice Chancellor’s direction is expected soon on the issue.

  • Klopp aims to leave Dortmund on a high

    Berlin : Coach Jurgen Klopp will leave Borussia Dortmund after Saturday’s German Cup final with Wolfsburg in Berlin and is determined to end on a high but the Bundesliga runners-up are also wanting to lift the silverware.

  • Sun Pharma Q4 profit at Rs 888 cr

    New Delhi :  Sun Pharmaceutical Industries today posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 888.05 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, mainly due to Ranbaxy merger impact and price erosion in some products in the US.

  • Manifestations of Dualism

    What: An exhibition of paintings Mumbai based renowned young artist Pravin Dhanuskar. In his current series Pravin Dhanuskar examines the most intractable problem of all, organized human conditions and devises works that demonstrate the variety of forms in which our culture has conditioned us to literally see its solution. His paintings have a dual nature in that they are both rigorously formal and political. Neither the formal aspect nor the

  • Exploring journey of life in paintings

    What: Ashish Irap is a contemporary artist exploring journey of life in his paintings. Dramatic recording of panoramic landscape, nature, objects and human is his strength.

  • India to test Barak missile developed jointly with Israel

    New Delhi : Indian Navy will soon test fire a long-range surface-to-air missile, jointly developed by India and Israel, aiming to enhance its capabailities against incoming missiles, planes and drones.

  • Woman meets man who got dead brother’s face in transplant

    Los Angeles : In an emotional get-together, a woman has met for the first time a man who received her late brother’s face in a groundbreaking transplant. Rebekah Aversano visited Richard Norris at his Virginia home and stroked his face — which once belonged to her 21- year-old brother Josh.

  • Five booked for cheating Andhra Bank

    Thane : Five people, including a married couple from Ambernath were booked by the police, for allegedly cheating the Ambernath branch of the Andhra Bank to the tune of Rs 10 lakh by presenting fabricated documents, a police official said here on Friday.

  • Holding Backs Lloyd

    Kingston: Backing chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd’s decision to drop Shivnarine Chanderpaul from the Australian series, former West Indies pacer Michael Holding has said he firmly believes that the veteran batsman has lost his edge and does not deserve a place in the side. Even though the veteran left-hander has got support from Brian Lara, who believes his former teammate deserves a farewell series, Holding has taken the selector’s side and feels

  • Coal secy hid facts from Manmohan, court told

    New Delhi : The then coal secretary, H.C. Gupta, concealed material facts related to allocation of a coal block in Jharkhand’s Rajhara town from the then prime minister Manmohan Singh, who also held the coal portfolio, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CB) told a court here on Friday.

  • Paes, Sania enjoy good day in office

    Paris : It turned out to be a good day in office for the Indians at Roland Garros as both Leander Paes and Sania Mirza won their men’s and women’s doubles matches with respective partners to enter the third round of the French Open on Friday.

  • Welfare economy, not welfare state

    The UPA is attacking the NDA Government for being anti-poor. On the other hand, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley claims that the incentives given to corporate will translate into jobs for the poor and the NDA Government is actually pro-poor.