Free Press Journal
  • Restaurants to look out for in 2016

    James Beard says, “Food is our common ground, a universal experience.” Good food is relished regardless of roots, place, or time. In the maximum city, where there are food joints at almost every corner, some extraordinary masters of the culinary world have challenged themselves to serve a completely new style of dining. In John Walter’s words, “The only think I like better than talking about Food is eating.” And to share your

  • Lyft announces partnership to help senior citizens visit doc

    New Delhi: American transportation network company Lyft has announced a partnership with the National MedTrans Network that will provide senior citizens in New York City get rides to non-emergency medical appointments.

  • ishrat Jahan

    Ishrat case: Fmr IB Spl Dir Rajendra Kumar approaches CIC

    New Delhi: Former Intelligence Bureau (IB) Special Director Rajender Kumar, charge sheeted in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, has approached Central Information Commission seeking disclosure of correspondence between CBI and Law Ministry and opinion of the Attorney General in the case.

  • Tenders for 3 ports worth Rs 20K cr to come by March: Gadkari

    Mumbai: The government will float tenders for three new major ports in Maharashtra, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu by March, entailing investment of Rs 20,000 crore, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today.

  • Van Gaal slams United players for Newcastle draw

    Newcastle: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has criticised his players after they were held to a 3-3 draw by English Premier League (EPL) strugglers Newcastle United. United led 2-0 at half-time, but Newcastle produced a splendid comeback to snatch a point in front of their home fans on Tuesday. The result saw United slip one spot to sixth in the EPL ladder with 34 points from 21 matches.

  • Marines case

    SC extends Italian Marine’s stay outside India till April 30

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday extended Italian Marine Massimiliano Latorre’s stay outside India till April 30. Latorre is one of the two Italian Marines who “accidentally” killed two fishermen off Kerala coast after they mistook their fishing boat for a pirate ship and fired warning shots while protecting their oil tanker in 2012.

  • Most energetic light ever observed from neutron star

    London: Scientists have discovered the most energetic pulsed emission radiation ever detected from a neutron star known as the Crab pulsar located 6,500 light years away from Earth. The Crab pulsar is the corpse left over when the star that created the Crab nebula exploded as the supernova 1054.

  • Court allows TERI DG R K Pachauri to travel abroad

    New Delhi: A Delhi court has allowed TERI Director General R K Pachauri, facing sexual harassment allegations from a former woman colleague, to travel later this week to the United States and Guyana to attend meetings. Metropolitan Magistrate Shivani Chauhan allowed Pachauri’s plea seeking permission to attend conferences in California till January 16 and then in Guyana till January 21.

  • dalbir singh suhag

    Pak Army has derailed peace process several times: Gen Suhag

    New Delhi: Amid uncertainty over the upcoming Foreign Secretary-level talks, Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag today squarely blamed the Pakistani Army for having derailed the peace process a “number of times” in the past. His remarks came in the backdrop of reports that Pakistani establishment was not on board with their Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif when it came to talks with India.

  • Yolanda Foster files for divorce

    Los Angeles: “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Yolanda Foster has filed for divorce from producer David Foster.

  • ‘always believed’ in Bieber

    Los Angeles: Rapper finds Justin Bieber “extremely talented”, and says he has always believed in the pop star.

  • Comedians, artists, cartoonists should draw some limit

    New Delhi: Artists, cartoonists and comedians should draw some limit to what they portray, said comedian Raju Shrivastav after Kiku Sharda aka ‘Palak’ of ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’ got arrested for mimicking Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

  • Victoria Beckham to perform with Spice Girls

    London: Singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham, who was earlier part of Spice Girls, has reportedly agreed to perform with the group here.

  • ISIS

    After IS threat, Pune anti-terror unit tightens security

    Pune: Security was tightened in and around Anti-Terrorist Squad headquarters here after ATS Pune and Mumbai offices received threats allegedly by the terror group Islamic State (IS), an official said on Wednesday.

  • ‘OK Sir’ to foray into B’luru, to raise $20 mn for expansion

    Bengaluru: Daily needs and emergency services app ‘OK Sir’ is set to launch its operations in Bengaluru by January 25 and is in talks with institutional investors to raise about USD 20 million to boost its expansion plans.