Free Press Journal
  • New way to trace missing child, click on ‘khoya-paya’!

    NEW DELHI : If your child goes missing, better put details on new mobile-cum-web portal ”khoya-paya” started by the Modi government on Tuesday to help trace such children instead of running to police station that invariably harasses before registering the complaint. Better to report to police but you can upload the details any time, before or after reporting to the police.

  • Nationalist Congress Party at cross roads

    The tension between the ruling alliance partners in the State – the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena – continues to simmer, though at a subtle level. When the BJP emerged as the single largest party, the power equation with its poll ally, the Shiv Sena, changed. This despite the fact that the BJP is yet to consolidate its hold over the state, as was the case when it was governed

  • Emami buys Kesh King for Rs 1,651 cr

    New Delhi : FMCG player Emami announced acquisition of ayurvedic hair and scalp care brand Kesh King for Rs 1,651 crore in its foray into the fast-growing haircare segment.  “The transaction envisages transfer of the business as a growing concern on a slump sale basis and will include brand portfolio of ayurvedic medicinal oil, herbal shampoo and conditioner and ayurvedic capsules, along with its respective formulations and all related assets, rights and liabilities,

  • Gauahar hurt but happy…

    Gauahar Khan who is making merry on the success of her Punjabi film ‘Oh Yaara Ainvayi Ainvayi Lut Gaya’ has recently injured her wrist. According to her Instagram posts it seems that she is still figuring out how the injury happened and is laughing about it as her tweet reads “#thakur asked fr #yeh_haath … I punched him in d nose… Hahahahahahaha..

  • Sammed shocks GM Al-Rakib

    Mumbai : Indian youngster Sammed Shete caused first major upset registering a shock victory against Grandmaster Abdullah Al-Rakib of Bangladesh in the 1st round of the 8th edition of the Mumbai Mayor’s International Chess Tournament 2015. The 1st phase this event has received an overwhelming response with participation from 372 players. In a Queen Pawn game leading to the Torre Attack, young Sammed, playing with black pieces, played a fluent game to