Free Press Journal
  • UK campaign targets hackers as young as 12

    London : Britain’s National Crime Agency launched a campaign to discourage youngsters from becoming hackers after it found the average age of suspects had plummeted to 17. The NCA’s #CyberChoices campaign targets parents of boys aged 12-15 who may be involved in cyber-crime without their knowledge.

  • SAT quashes Sebi’s Rs 11 cr fine against RIL firm

    Mumbai : In a relief to Mukesh Ambani-led RIL group, the Securities Appellate Tribunal has quashed a Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) order imposing Rs 11 crore fine on Reliance Petroinvestments and has asked the regulator to pass another direction within three months after looking into the matter afresh.

  • Delhi’s two-wheelers, diesel-run vehicles too need curbs: Experts

    New Delhi: The Delhi government’s plan to regulate vehicular traffic is a welcome step to curb the alarming levels of pollution in the city, but the move will be effective only when there is a check on two-wheelers, diesel-run trucks and buses, experts say. Two-wheelers in the city make up to two-thirds of the motor vehicles in the city, according to the Delhi Pollution Control Board. So, of the 90 lakh vehicles

  • Dr Lal PathLabs raises Rs 191 cr from investors

    New Delhi : Diagnostic chain Dr Lal PathLabs raised over Rs 191 crore from anchor investors by selling shares at a price of Rs 550 apiece. The company’s initial public offer aims to raise up to Rs 638 crore.

  • Hindu couple name child after their Muslim saviour

    Chennai : Among tales of humanity emerging from rain-battered Chennai is a story of a Hindu couple who have named their newborn after a Muslim man who came to their rescue when the crisis blew them over.

  • Indian Oil down Customs

    Mumbai : International Dharamvir Singh fresh from his recent exploits in the World Hockey League (WHL) Final, with India finishing with a bronze medal, continued with his good showing as he notched up a fine hat-trick to power his employers Indian Oil to an easy 8-4 win against Mumbai Customs in a Pool-D match of the Dabang Mumbai – 50th All India Bombay Gold Cup hockey tournament, at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium on Tuesday

  • GAIL’s Jubilee Tower at Noida wins IGBC’s LEED Platinum Green Building rating

    GAIL (India) Limited’s new multi-storeyed office building complex, GAIL Jubilee Tower at Noida, National Capital Region – an iconic structure symbolizing GAIL’s growth – has bagged the LEED Platinum Green Building rating, the highest possible rating awarded by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC). The 21-storeyed building with basement and total built-up area of 250,000 sq ft (approx.) also has 3-tier underground mechanized car-parking connected via an underground tunnel. With seating for

  • Daily exercise boosts brain power

    London : Learning, memory, and brain repair depend on the ability of our neurons to change with experience, says a new study, according to IANS.

  • NBA stun Deccan Gymkhana

    Mumbai : NBA shocked defending champions Deccan Gymkhana 63-54 in a thrilling men’s league tie, in the 13th Nagpada Basketball Association Invitational Tournament, at the Bachookhan Municipal Playground, Nagpada. Last year’s semi-finalists NBA kicked off their campaign in the eight-team elite league-cum-knock out with the crucial nine-point win that gave the visitors, also playing their opener, an early jolt. NBA took a crucial 28-24 lead at half-time following a rewarding second quarter. Deccan Gymkhana

  • ‘Glaciers in Mt Everest shrink 28% in 40 yrs’

    Beijing : Glaciers on Mount Everest, source of major Asian rivers like Brahmaputra, have shrunk by 28 per cent over the past 40 years due to climate change, according to a report.

  • Maneka to talk to HM on juvenile’s release

    New Delhi : Union Minister Maneka Gandhi on Tuesday said she will speak to the Home Minister over the release of the juvenile convicted in December 16 gang-rape case following reports that he may be put up with an NGO once set free later this month.

  • RBI blunt Blitzkrieg

    Mumbai : Reserve Bank of India showed good understanding and coordination to register an authoritative 3-0 win against Blitzkrieg SC in a First Division matchof the MDFA League 2015-2016, and played at the St. Xavier’s ground on Tuesday. Strikers Altaf Mansoori, Abhishek Ambekar and Hridey Shethi, struck one goal apiece to enable Reserve Bank secure the win and the full three points. Later in the evening, Maharashtra State Police and BOI shared two points.

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    Resisting radicalism: Challenge for Indian Muslims

    Just a couple of weeks ago, the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, the political party of Indian Muslim clerics representing the Deobani school of Sunni Islam, organised protests in seventy-five Indian cities against the Islamic State. In the years past, the JuH has often taken the lead to denounce terrorism in the name of Islam and has even issued fatwas against all forms of terrorism. Other Indian Muslim organisations, from all sects and schools of

  • Court to hear Hardik’s bail plea today

    Ahmedabad: A local court will hear the bail plea of Patel quota agitation spearhead Hardik Patel and two of his aides tomorrow in a sedition case as the matter was adjourned today.

  • The Mother

    Stepping Back

    Most of you live on the surface of your being, exposed to the touch of external influences. You live almost projected, as it were, outside your own body, and when you meet some unpleasant being similarly projected you get upset. The whole trouble arises out of your not being accustomed to stepping back. You must always step back into yourself—learn to go deep within —step back and you will be safe. Do

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will get new opportunity to grow your business in new direction. This is a good day to initiate action on personal projects. Spend some moment with your partner. Political issues may get resolved.

  • To whom it may concern: please claim your Boeing 747s

    Kuala Lumpur : Still puzzled by the mystery of missing flight MH370, Malaysian airport authorities now have the opposite problem: three Boeing 747 planes left unclaimed at the country’s main airport, reports AFP.