Free Press Journal
  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    Don’t act as national security expert: BJP to Congress

    Ranchi: Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday said the Congress should not try to become an “international expert on national security” because the analysis of such “ignorant analysts” worsens the situation.

  • US-India Business council gets new member on board

    New Delhi: The US-India Business Council (USIBC) Board of Directors announced appointment Edward Monser, President of Emerson and Punit Renjen, CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global), as USIBC Vice Chair’s here today.

  • Rs 1.65 lakh cr Bihar package progressing: Centre

    New Delhi: In a bid to end uncertainty over the implementation of Rs 1.65 lakh crore package for Bihar, the Centre has said that it is being implemented as it is for the people of the state and not for any particular government. The projects under the Bihar package are at different stages of implementation and they are being monitored on regular basis, it said. At a meeting yesterday, Union Ministers including Suresh

  • 16 best inspirational quotes by Swami Vivekananda

    Swami Vivekananda was an Indian Hindu monk chief disciple of the 19th-century Indian mystic Ramakrishna. Born into an aristocratic Bengali family of Calcutta, Vivekananda was inclined towards spirituality. His teachings have created a positive impact on his followers. On his 153rd birth anniversary, we shed some light on some of his inspirational quotes.

  • Nick Carter enjoying wife’s pregnancy

    Los Angeles: Singer Nick Carter and his wife Lauren Kitt who are expecting their first child this year are enjoying the pregnancy time period.

  • Glad my kids can watch ‘The X-Files’: David Duchovny

    Los Angeles: Actor David Duchovny, who is returning to “The X-Files” as former FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder, says he is “glad” that his children can now watch the science fiction horror drama TV series.

  • Shruti Haasan loves Kendrick Lamar’s music

    Mumbai: Actress Shruti Haasan is in “love” with the music of American hip-hop artiste Kendrick Lamar, who will vie for 11 prestigious golden gramophones at the upcoming 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

  • Chinese firm buys major stake in gay dating app Grindr

    San Francisco: Popular gay dating application Grindr has said that it has hooked up with Chinese online game titan Beijing Kunlun Tech. Grindr said in a blog post that it has taken on a “majority investment” from Beijing Kunlun Tech Co., referring readers to a New York Times story pegging the stake at 60 percent and valuing the almost seven-year-old start-up at USD 155 million.

  • Oye Rooms

    OYO Rooms forays overseas, launches operations in Malaysia

    New Delhi: Budget-hotel aggregator OYO Rooms has forayed into the overseas market with the launch of its operations in Malaysia. Commenting on the development, OYO Rooms Founder & CEO Ritesh Agarwal said: “Taking the company international has always been on the cards but we wanted to achieve clear market leadership in India before heading overseas.”

  • amitabh

    Amitabh Bachchan is recovering well from injury

    Amitabh Bachchan suffered a minor setback while filming on location in Kolkata for Sujoy Ghosh’s TE3N. Apparently Big B slipped and fell while running at a crowded location.

  • Farhan Akhtar

    Vidya Balan taught me how to accept compliments – Farhan Akhtar

    Dil Dhadakne Do-with his various social activities and also a television show that he took time off to host. 2016 begins for Farhan with Wazir, a film where he shares screen space for the first time with the mighty Amitabh Bachchan.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Jaya launches e-Seva centres in Chennai

    Chennai: e-seva centres, through which people can get a host of services closer to their respective localities, were launched across the city by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today.

  • Nitish Kumar

    JD(U) likely to seek new election symbol to widen reach

    New Delhi: Bihar’s ruling party JD-U could soon have a new election symbol as it plans to widen its reach beyond the state after halting the Narendra Modi juggernaut in state assembly polls a few months ago. After veering round to the view that its existing “arrow” election symbol is “confusing” voters, the party has planned to meet the Election Commission any day after Makar Sankranti and submit a list of its symbol

  • NIA not satisfied with Salwinder’s response: MHA official

    New Delhi: National Investigative Agency (NIA) is not satisfied with Gurdaspur Superintendent of Police Salwinder Singh’s responses following extensive interrogation, said an official of Ministry of Home Affairs.

  • Going to Pak with message of friendship: Gautam Bambawale

    Amritsar: Gautam Bambawale, who has been appointed the Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, on Tuesday said that he would make all efforts to strengthen the relations between the two Asian neighbours.

  • Anti-HIV drugs may be effective against Ebola

    Toronto : Using a novel and quick drug-screening method, researchers have found that anti-HIV drugs may be effective against the deadly Ebola virus that transmits from humans to humans by infectious body fluids.