Free Press Journal
  • MIEL, CLI Corp to set up Hingula coal washery

    New Delhi: Coal India Limited has awarded Monnet Ispat & Energy and CLI Corporation, USA the work of setting up Hingula coal washery in Odisha, which has a capacity of 10 million tonnes per year.

  • Meghalaya reviews quake-preparedness

    Shillong:  Meghalaya government today reviewed the state’s preparedness after a 6.7 magnitude tremor shook the region at dawn. “Preliminary inspection of all important installations including dams, power plants, etc by the concerned officials have indicated that there is no structural damage reported from any part of the state of such installations,” Chief Secretary P B O Warjri told PTI.

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    Goa NCP accuses Parrikar of flip-flops on promises

    Panaji: The Nationalist Congress Party in Goa on Monday accused Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar of doing flip-flop on promises made by him as state chief minister before he made it to the union cabinet.

  • Nora Fatehi found ‘real friends’ in ‘Bigg Boss Nau’

    New Delhi:  Moroccan model Nora Fatehi, whose journey on “Bigg Boss Nau” has come to an end, says she is happy to have found some true friends on the reality show, where celebrities are mostly known for engaging in fights.

  • Espanyol president Collet denies Neymar racism claim

    Barcelona: Espanyol football club’s president Joan Collet on Monday said there were no racist chants hurled at FC Barcelona striker Neymar during their La Liga encounter which ended in a goalless draw. Former Barcelona board member Toni Freixa posted on Twitter on Saturday: “I trust that the racist chants which Neymar was subjected to have been carefully noted in the referee’s report.”

  • Hope to work with Suriya: Rajkumar Hirani

    Chennai: Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, known for blockbusters such as “PK” and “Lage Raho Munna Bhai”, is looking forward to work with Tamil actor Suriya.

  • Biggest database for cancer drug discovery now in 3-D

    London: The world’s largest database for cancer drug discovery has been updated by adding three-dimensional structures of faulty proteins and maps of cancer’s communication networks, reports a study.

  • Keitany relishes rivalry for Rio Olympics Marathon

    Iten (Kenya): With one race in London in April, New York Marathon champion Mary Keitany is relishing the challenge of contesting for a medal at the Rio Olympics in August. Keitany finished fourth at the London Olympics, her last race before she took a two-year sabbatical to deliver her second child. She has returned stronger, winning in New York and settling for silver at the London Marathon, reports Xinhua. The two performances have

  • Court considers defamation case against Kirti Azad

    New Delhi: A court here on Monday took cognizance of a defamation complaint against suspended BJP leader Kirti Azad for his alleged “defamatory” and “false” remarks against Delhi-based cricketer Himmat Singh and his father Tejbir Singh.

  • Thailand-Cambodia rail link to complete by December

    Bangkok: Construction of a restored rail link between Thailand and Cambodia to improve transport in the Mekong sub-region will be completed by December, the media reported on Monday.

  • Earth shattering start to 2016

    Mother Nature has knocked the door with a surprise visit. Ever since we have stepped into the New Year with a joyous wave, each day, until now has experienced a tremor jolt in different parts of the world, mainly Asia. To dot it chronologically we pin up the jerks felt this year.

  • Three die in Bangladesh earthquake

    Dhaka : At least three people died in Bangladesh in a massive earthquake that also jolted the northeastern region of India.

  • Johnny Depp all praise for his wife

    Washington, D.C. : Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are just a month away from marking their one-year wedding anniversary and the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star comes up with the sweetest compliment for his wife.

  • Salim-Sulaiman to compose anthem for MCL side Commanders

    Mumbai: Celebrated composers Salim-Sulaiman will compose the anthem for the Masters Champions League (MCL) franchise Capricorn Commanders, a tournament featuring all retired cricketers, it was announced on Monday. The MCL will be played from January 28 to February 13 at the Dubai and Sharjah Cricket Stadiums. Parvez Khan, a prominent Dubai-based business tycoon and Bollywood actor Sohail Khan are the owners of Commanders.

  • Fifth terrorist killed in Pathankot attack, ops on

    Pathankot: As the counter operation entered its third day today at the Pathankot Indian Air Force Base,The security forces killed one more terrorist during the combing operation at the Pathankot air base on Monday afternoon, taking the total number of ultras killed so far to five, said Defence Ministry sources.

  • Sunny Leone topped the headline yet again

    New Delhi : Sunny Leone has again topped the headline with 10 million hits on the trailer of her upcoming flick ‘Mastizaade’.