Free Press Journal
  • G.Vrushali eager to play alongside Saina Nehwal in PBL

    New Delhi: Rising Indian shuttler G. Vrushali said it is a dream come true for her to play alongside Saina Nehwal in Premier Badminton League (PBL) franchise Awadhe Warriors, adding that she will look to pick advice from the World No.2.

  • Manipur bills: Tribals intensify protest as confrontation looms ahead

    Imphal: As the fate of the three controversial bills passed by the Manipur assembly continues to hang in balance, the tribal population has intensified its agitation demanding an unconditional withdrawal of the bills that have been sent to the president for his assent.

  • 53 pc Delhiites in survey feel spending money to improve looks an investment

    New Delhi: From smoothening the skin and erasing wrinkles to getting a sculpted physique or a slim waist, the desire to look like a magazine cover model is not just a teenage whim anymore. A recent study, Cosmetic Plastic Surgery and Consciousness of Appearance Survey-2015, has revealed a growing aspiration amongst residents of Delhi-NCR across all age groups to look their sharpest.

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    I’ve not faced problem with censor board: Bhansali

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who made his directorial debut with “Khamoshi: The Musical” in 1996, says his experience with the Central Board of Film Certification has been great so far.

  • Virat Kohli to be honoured with Polly Umrigar Award

    Mumbai: India’s Test skipper Virat Kohli will be honoured with the Polly Umrigar Award by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for being the country’s top international cricketer during 2014-15.

  • Essential beauty tips for corporate brides

    New Delhi: Most brides today are busy with work deadlines, responsibilities and end up with barely any time to plan their wedding. But taking care of simple things, including the right diet, can do wonders for your skin, says an expert.

  • Tavera recall: GM India asks owners to get vehicles fixed

    New Delhi: After failing to elicit a positive response from owners over its recall of its multi-purpose vehicle Tavera announced in 2013, General Motors India today asked customers to get their vehicles repaired to address emission and specification issues.

  • Iran denies rockets fired near US carrier

    Tehran: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards today denied that its naval forces had test-fired rockets close to a US aircraft carrier in the strategically important Strait of Hormuz.

  • Sensex surges

    Short-coverings buoy markets; Sensex up 59 points

    Mumbai: Short coverings on account of derivatives expiry, coupled with minor value buying at lower levels buoyed Indian equity markets during the mid-afternoon trade session on Thursday.

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    IS claims deadly shooting in Russia’s Caucasus: SITE

    Moscow: The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a shooting at an ancient citadel in Russia’s volatile North Caucasus region of Dagestan that killed one and injured 11, the SITE Intelligence Group said.

  • Neural activity of moving animal recorded in 3D

    New York: Researchers in Princeton University have developed an instrument that allows three-dimensional recordings of neural activity in nearly the entire brain of a free-moving animal.

  • Ashmit makes me feel safe, secure: Maheck Chehal

    Mumbai: Actor Ashmit Patel, who was earlier romantically linked to Pakistani actress Veena Malik, has now found love in actress Maheck Chahal, who says she feels safe and secure with him around.

  • Activist urges Maha govt to reduce Aquarium entry fees

    Mumbai: An RTI activist has urged the Maharashtra government to reduce the Taraporewala Aquarium’s entry fees, while saying that it has earned over Rs 4.50 crore in the first seven months of its operations after it was reopened following renovation.

  • 2 sentenced to death for blogger murder in Bangladesh

    Dhaka: Two students were today awarded death penalty and six persons including outlawed Ansarullah Bangla Team chief received various jail terms by a Bangladesh court for killing secular blogger Ahmed Rajib Haider, nearly three years after he was hacked to death near his home in Dhaka.