Free Press Journal
  • I believe in miracles: ATK coach Antonio Lopez Habas

    Kolkata: Defending champions Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) coach Antonio Lopez Habas on Tuesday said he believes in miracles ahead of the Indian Super League (ISL) semi-final clash against Chennaiyin FC. Atletico truly need something very special to overturn the three-goal deficit which they conceded in Pune in the first leg of the semi-final clash against Chennaiyin. The return leg will take place at the Salt Lake stadium here on Wednesday.

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    There is intolerance in country: Jitan Ram Manjhi

    Patna: Former Bihar chief minister and Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) president Jitan Ram Manjhi on Tuesday said there is a climate of intolerance in the country and this is setting a wrong precedent. Manjhi also said he would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to present his views on this “serious issue”.

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    Shraddha is a wonderful singer: Farhan Akhtar

    Actress Shraddha Kapoor was praised by her Rock on 2 co-star Farhan Akhtar for her fine vocal skills. She has lent her voice to 3 songs in this upcoming sequel to Rock On.

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    Kult launches flagship phone for Rs.7,999 on Snapdeal

    New Delhi: Kult, a new age telecom brand, entered the Indian market on Tuesday with its flagship smartphone 10 to address the demands of consumers for a fast yet simplistic user experience at an affordable price. Conceptualised and designed in India, China and Taiwan, the phone is exclusively available on Snapdeal for Rs.7,999.

  • I exercise to feel good: Anil Kapoor 

    Actor Anil Kapoor loves his butter chicken, but the next day he ensures he works out with greater intensity. The actor, who is nearing 60, says that he has never felt as physically fit as he feels now.

  • SC may double green charge to curb Delhi’s pollution level

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday indicated that it may double the Environment Compensation Charge (ECC) on commercial vehicles using the national capital as transit for their onward journey to other destinations to curb the capital’s alarming pollution levels.

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    Show intelligence report, BJP says on Rahul’s Satra row

    Guwahati: BJP’s Assam unit leader Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday dared Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to make public the “intelligence report” that said RSS and BJP workers may try to create an “unsavoury situation” during Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s visit to a Satra, a Vaishnavite monastery, in Barpeta.

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    Singapore teams get top billing, Indians seeded 2nd in TT tourney

    Surat: Singapore’s men and women teams have been accorded the top seedings with the Indian sides placed one spot behind them following the open draw proceedings on the eve of the team championships of the 20th Avadh Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships here on Tuesday.

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    Ronaldo can win Ballon d’Or if goals taken into account: Figo

    Lisbon: Portuguese football icon Luis Figo on Tuesday said that it would be natural if a Barcelona player wins the Ballon d’Or in 2015 but did not rule out compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo, if goals are taken into account.

  • Modi meets Chandy cabinet, discusses development

    Thiruvananthapuram: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening met the Kerala cabinet of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and discussed many development issues related to the state.

  • Fliers to benefit as regulator moots cut in IGI Airport charges

    New Delhi: In what could become a significant respite to travellers flying in and out of the national capital, the levy for airport charges on passengers and airlines has been proposed to be slashed by around 96 percent.

  • Afghanistan criticises Pak defence minister over TAPI security remark

    Kabul: The Government of Afghanistan has criticised Pakistani Defence Minister Khwajah Asif for his remarks on the security of trans-Afghan gas pipeline, saying that it is in contrast to the non-interference commitments by the country’s leaders.

  • Kejriwal’s language against PM Modi ‘unforgivable’: Kiran Bedi

    New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over his remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP leader Kiran Bedi on Tuesday said the act of Kejriwal was “unforgivable”, and even if he says sorry, it won’t be enough.

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    CBI came looking for Jaitley files: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday claimed that the CBI came looking for Finance Minister Arun Jaitley files, and it had nothing to do with Rajendra Kumar. “The raid was conducted to look for the files of DDCA (Delhi and District Cricket Association), in which Jaitley is involved in graft cases,” he claimed.

  • ISIS jihadis attack disabled new born children

    Sydney: Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has reached a new low as the terror group has now started attacking new-born children with disabilities. According to an activist group Mosul Eye, ISIS issued an “oral fatwa” to its group authorising them to murder new born children with down syndrome and congenital deformities.

  • Lanka to renew engagements with UN

    Colombo: In a bid to strengthen the relations with the United Nations, Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York, Ambassador Dr. Rohan Perera, has said that the new administration in the country will engage with the global body with a renewed vigour.

  • Kejriwal’s statement ‘absolute rubbish’: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley termed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s allegations against him as ‘rubbish’ and said that it is not suitable for him to respond to such statements.

  • We should not forget ATK are still champions: Materazzi

    Kolkata: Chennaiyin FC coach Marco Materazzi on Tuesday said they would not forget that Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) are still the champions and have the capability to overturn the three-goal deficit in the second leg of the Indian Super League (ISL) semi-finals.