Free Press Journal
  • GST Bill

    Arun Jaitley hopeful of GST Bill in ensuing Budget session

    New Delhi: After hitting the Congress wall in two successive Parliament sessions, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today exuded confidence that landmark GST Bill will be passed in the next session as numbers in the Rajya Sabha will tilt in favour of the new indirect tax regime.

  • Guus Hiddink calls on Chelsea flops to rediscover winning formula

    Johannesburg: Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink has called on his embattled players to start finding the winning ways again as the defending Premier League champions face Crystal Palace in the new year on Sunday.

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    Jason Holder backs Pietersen’s idea of heftier Test wages

    Melbourne: West Indies skipper Jason Holder has backed former England batsman Kevin Pietersen’s suggestion that the ICC should come up with heftier Test contracts if they want to see star players opting for their national side rather than playing in lucrative Twenty20 leagues. Reflecting on Pietersen’s suggestions, the 24-year-old believes that it was possibly the only way to keep the longest-format of the cricket alive.

  • Van Gaal eyeing new strikers to bolster flagging Man Utd

    London: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has admitted that he is considering bringing in new strikers in the upcoming transfer window in order to strengthen their goal-shy attack.

  • Karachi police arrests ISIS ‘recruiter’

    Karachi: The Karachi Police’s Counter terrorism department arrested a militant of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) for recruiting young men and deporting them to Syria.

  • Bikxie launches its two-wheeler taxi service in Gurgaon

    New Delhi : Two-wheeler taxi service provider, Bikxie, launched its services in Gurgaon on first January, 2016 owing to the demand of last mile connectivity in the millennium city with a safe, speedy and highly convenient option to get to and from metro stations, bus stops or any other destination.

  • Babies learn turn-taking much before they can speak

    London: Taking turns to respond to each other is a key part of conversation and babies learn the technique at around six months of age, long before infants know much about language, says a new study.

  • Delhi-High-Court

    Drug patent war, FM auction, coal ordinance kept Delhi HC busy

    New Delhi: The patent war involving domestic and multi-national pharma majors, tussle between the Centre and a private radio channel over FM auctions kept the Delhi High Court busy in 2015 during which it also rapped the Centre for its coal auction ordinance by saying that the legislation “lacked clarity”.

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    Shraddha Kapoor roped in for Mohit Suri’s Half Girlfriend

    Just yesterday Shraddha Kapoor who is currently busy with her next venture Rock On 2, posted an image on twitter wishing her fans a magical new year. Well we hear that the actress will in fact be having a magical 2016 herself after being signed on to play the lead in Mohit Suri’s film Half Girlfriend.

  • New Year Resolutions that Bollywood Stars need to make in 2016

    Our favourite Bollywood celebrities kept us entertained both on screen and off throughout 2015. But being their true fans, it’s only fair that we suggest them few New Year resolutions to cut down the mistakes that made this year. So here’s our list of New Year resolutions that we feel that some of our favourite celebs should make.

  • Arrest

    Two Chinese nationals arrested in Bihar

    Patna: Two Chinese nationals were arrested in Bihar after they entered India through Nepal without a visa and passport and were caught when taking photographs without permission, police said on Saturday.

  • NIA team reaches Pathankot

    New Delhi: A team of National Investigation Agency (NIA), mandated to probe terror cases, today reached Pathankot IAF base to gather inputs about the attack carried out by suspected militants of Jaish-e-Mohammed group.

  • B. Sai Praneeth

    I want to win close games against top players: Sai Praneeth

    Mumbai: B Sai Praneeth, one of the Indian players in top 40 in world rankings, is eager to break the jinx of often losing three-game matches to top shuttlers, which has bugged him for quite some time.

  • Snowfall, Cold, Jammu Kashmir

    Cold wave continues in Kashmir, rain and snow likely

    Srinagar: Night temperatures throughout the Kashmir Valley and the Ladakh region remained several notches below the freezing point on Saturday as the Met department said rain and snowfall was likely in Jammu and Kashmir on January 4 and 5.