Free Press Journal
  • Asiya Andrabi

    RS MP hails Dhirubhai Ambani’s biz acumen on 83rd birth anniv

    Vadodara: Parimal Nathwani, Rajya Sabha MP from Jharkhand today paid rich tributes to Dhirubhai Ambani, founder of the Reliance Group of Industries (RIL), on his 83rd birth anniversary and hailed the late corporate honcho’s contribution to the Indian industry.

  • No clean chit given, why rush to ‘absolve’ Jaitley: Delhi Govt

    New Delhi: Delhi Government today rejected BJP’s contention that Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was given a clean-chit by an inquiry it had appointed to investigate alleged irregularities into DDCA affairs which was headed by him for around 13 years till 2013.

  • Social Media

    Social network for students, academicians

    Kolkata: Want to connect with the best of academicians in India? Wish to know what is happening in their labs? Log in to Techtud, a new platform that acts as a social network linking students and teachers from across the country.

  • Peter Mukherjea

    Peter Mukherjea’s judicial custody extended till Jan 11

    Mumbai : A Mumbai Esplanade court on Monday extended the judicial custody of former Star TV CEO Peter Mukherjea, who is under arrest in connection with the Sheena Bora murder case, till January 11.

  • flipkart

    Flipkart unveils global brand licensing for Indian sellers

    Bengaluru: E-commerce giant Flipkart today came out with a new brand licensing initiative to ease the process for international brands entering India and offering consumers more authentic and branded merchandise.

  • Microsoft

    Microsoft India to set up Centre of Excellence in Vizag

    Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh government today said Microsoft India will be setting up a Centre of Excellence in Visakhapatnam as part of its digital inclusion drive in the state, besides sharpening focus on raising productivity. The technology giant signed an MoU with the Andhra Pradesh government in deployment and use of information and communications technologies to offer better citizen services in the state, an official release said.

  • Jaypee gets green nod to expand limestone mining in AP

    New Delhi: Jaypee Cement has received the green nod for expansion of limestone mining capacity from 3.47 million tonnes per annum to 6 MTPA in Andhra Pradesh, entailing an investment of Rs 95 crore.

  • Are you a ‘harbinger of failure’?

    New York:There have been products that turn out to be big flops. But still, these products get swept off stores quickly, leaving most consumers to wonder: Who exactly buys these things, anyway?

  • First chip that uses light for data transfer developed

    Washington: A microprocessor chip that uses light, rather than electricity, to transfer data at rapid speeds while consuming minute amounts of energy has been developed by researchers, including those of Indian-origin. The new technology could pave the way for faster, more powerful computing systems and network infrastructure. “Light based integrated circuits could lead to radical changes in computing and network chip architecture in applications ranging from smartphones to supercomputers to large data centres,

  • Rajinikanth

    Rocky S styles Rajinikanth for ‘Robot 2’

    Mumbai: Fashion designer Rocky S is styling megastar Rajinikanth for his upcoming film “Robot 2”, and his excitement knows no bounds.

  • Neil Nitin Mukesh to release single next year

    Mumbai: Taking forward the legacy of his grandfather singer Mukesh, actor Neil Nitin Mukesh will be venturing into music and says he plans to release a single next year. The “Johnny Gaddar” star has recorded nine songs, which he plans to use in his films. “Yes I have plans. Hopefully by mid of next year I’ll release my single. I have recorded almost nine songs already. Music is definitely the next card that

  • Goa hosting longest electronic dance party on Hungama Music App

    Candolim (Goa): Electronic music lovers across the country are in for huge treat this festive season. Hungama, India’s leading on-demand digital entertainment empiricism, is all set to live stream Vh1 Supersonic on their music app – Hungama Music.

  • B S Bassi

    Odd-Even formula: Stopping travellers a crime, says Bassi

    New Delhi : Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi on Monday issued a directive to the people wanting to volunteer for better implementation of the Odd-Even formula in the national capital and said that they would be provided details about the action plan.

  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

    Mumbai Congress journal lauds Patel, blames Nehru

    Mumbai : As the Congress celebrates its 131st Foundation Day today, an article published by the party’s Mumbai unit has caused a stir as it blames Jawaharlal Nehru for the state of affairs in Kashmir, China and Tibet.

  • Trouble mounts for Bhai Jagtap after MNS abstains from voting

    Mumbai: With 28 MNS corporators abstaining from voting in the election to two Mumbai Local Authorities constituency seats which went to polls yesterday it will be an uphill task for sitting Congress MLC (Member of Legislative Council) Ashok alias Bhai Jagtap to retain his seat.

  • kabir khan

    Ive another subject that I am working on which is just right for Salman Khan – Kabir Khan

    “I can’t claim to have known Salman Khan well before I made Ek Tha Tiger. But I’ll tell you an incident that happened when I was new and trying to find my way in the film industry. When I wanted to make Kabul Express I was taken by Apurva Shah to meet Salman Khan. Salman met me with great affection and curiosity and asked me what I was planning to make. I

  • 10 Most promising debutant directors of 2015

    2015 had its share of new directors, some of them of extraordinary caliber. We look at the ten who are likely to become torchbearers and carry the cause of Hindi cinema forward.

  • shiv sena

    Nobody who gets close to Pak remains in politics for long: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Citing examples of BJP stalwarts A B Vajpayee and L K Advani, ally Shiv Sena today said that political careers of leaders who got too close to Pakistan have been on the wane as it criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surprise visit to Lahore.