Free Press Journal
  • Rafael Nadal crashes out of Australian Open in first round

    Melbourne: World number five Rafael Nadal suffered a major blow as he was knocked out in the opening round of the Australian Open at the hands of Fernando Verdasco on Tuesday.

  • FIFA still paying banned Sepp Blatter

    London: A revelation has come out that outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter has still being receiving his president’s salary despite being banned from world football for eight years.

  • Flipkart

    Flipkart invests in parenting social network Tinystep

    New Delhi: Tinystep, a parenting social network, today said it has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from Flipkart. The Bengaluru-based startup plans to use the funds to develop the product, enhance user experience and strengthen its team, Tinystep said in a statement.

  • ITC’s Yippee nears Rs 1k-cr mark, gains from Maggi controversy

    New Delhi: Diversified group ITC’s instant noodles brand Yippee is inching closer to become a Rs 1,000- crore brand, making the most out of the controversy that hit rival Nestle’s Maggi. “Sunfeast YiPPee! as a brand is now in its fifth year post the national rollout… We are proud to say that Yippee Noodles is poised to enter the Rs 1,000 crore club in the ITC Foods stable,” ITC Ltd Divisional Chief Executive,

  • Sunny Leone

    “I want to be played by Vidya Balan if there is a biopic made on me” – Sunny Leone

    She is one of the most well known names in Bollywood today, even though she started her career as a porn star, her big ticket was Big Boss and her foray in Bollywood was courtesy of Mr. Mahesh Bhatt , but she took over Bollywood as a ‘born star’. We are indeed talking about the one and only Sunny Leone, who was originally born as Karenjit Kaur, is now all set to

  • Reliance Power

    Reliance Power Q3 net jumps 38%

    Reliance Power today reported 38.3 percent jump in Q3FY15 net profit on a year-on-year basis.

  • Venus Williams suffers shock upset

    Melbourne: Eighth seed Venus Williams has provided Australian Open fans with the shock of the tournament so far after she was bundled out by World No.47 Johanna Konta of Britain here on Tuesday.

  • ravi shastri

    Series defeat in Australia ‘a learning curve’ for youngsters: Ravi Shastri

    Canberra: India’s team director Ravi Shastri on Tuesday said that his side’s three consecutive ODI defeats against Australia are a learning curve for youngsters, adding that he hopes they will learn from their mistakes and display a much better performance in the remaining matches.

  • Dalit student’s death:Protest escalates, Rahul visits campus

    Hyderabad: Protests escalated today over the alleged suicide by a dalit research scholar with activists of a local outfit demonstrating outside the residence of Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya, who has been accused in the case, demanding his immediate resignation.

  • World’s oldest man dies at 112 in Japan

    Tokyo: The world’s oldest man, Yasutaro Koide, died today at the age of 112 in central Japan due to chronic heart failure. Koide, a former tailor and recognised by the Guinness World Records as the oldest living man on Earth, died at a hospital in Nagoya, his relatives said.

  • Shahnaz Husain brings her chemotherapy solutions to UK

    London: Leading Indian herbal beauty expert Shahnaz Husain has brought to the UK her unique range of products aimed at alleviating the effects of chemotherapy on the skin and hair of cancer patients.

  • Why climbing like Spiderman may never be a reality

    London: Thanks to our size, doing a convincing Spiderman stunt may never be possible for humans as researchers have found that there is a size limit to sticky footpads as an evolutionary solution to climbing — and that turns out to be about the size of a gecko.

  • Chhota Rajan

    J Dey murder case: CBI gets permission to quiz Rajan

    Mumbai: A special MCOCA court here today granted CBI permission to interrogate deported gangster Chhota Rajan in connection with journalist J Dey murder case of 2011. Special Judge A L Pansare allowed CBI’s plea seeking nod to question the 54-year-old crime boss for 10 days starting January 27 before adjourning the case till February 5.