Free Press Journal
  • ICC names MRF Tyres as Global Partner

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council has announced MRF Tyres, a market leader in automotive tyres, as their Global Partner for ICC events in a four-year-deal from 2016-20.

  • T20 has changed cricket big time: Tendulkar

    Sachin Tendulkar played just one Twenty20 International in his over two-decade long career but the iconic Indian batsman says there is no denying that the format has completely changed the way cricket is played,
    especially batting.

  • Gold price Down

    Gold climbs Rs 340 to over 2-mth high as buying spikes

    New Delhi: Gold prices today zoomed Rs 340 to trade at over two-month high at Rs 26,690 per 10 grams amid increased buying by jewellers to meet wedding season demand and a firm trend overseas.

  • Trai to take a call on spectrum price, data pricing by Jan-end

    New Delhi: Telecom regulator Trai will firm up its view on spectrum price for the next round of auction and differential pricing of data, which is central to the Net neutrality issue, by the end of this month.

  • Now shop for refurbished, discounted branded electronics at GreenDust 

    New Delhi: Want to purchase that smartphone with sleek features or want to replace the old washing machine at home but cannot afford to because of high price tags? Welcome to the world of refurbished branded products at GreenDust – one of India’s largest and most trusted online store to sell open-box, refurbished, factory seconds and surplus products.

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    Delhi court to hear complaint against Salman, Shahrukh

    New Delhi: A lawyer has filed a criminal complaint against Bollywood stars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan and a TV channel after the two actors were allegedly shown wearing shoes on the set of a temple.

  • Delhi Police should not work under Centre’s dictate: HC

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked Delhi Police not to work under the “dictate of the Centre” and also slammed the central government for not clearing funds to create additional posts in the force.

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  • NASA

    NASA looks to public to help design robotic arm

    New York: Members of the public, not to mention budding scientists and engineers with spare time and creative minds, get ready for some action to contrive a robotic arm! For, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is offering a chance to create the arm of a space station robot, a media report said.

  • Villas-Boas blames Chelsea owner for Mourinho’s dismissal

    London: Andre Villas-Boas, Portuguese football coach of Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg, said that the dismissal of his compatriot coach Jose Mourinho from Chelsea was “quite incredible” and criticised the English club owner, Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich, for the decision.

  • India to take on Ireland in ICC U-19 World Cup opener

    Dubai: Three-time champions India will open their campaign against Ireland in Group D when the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup gets underway in Bangladesh from January 27 to February 14.

  • ‘Fourth industrial revolution may hit emerging economies’

    Davos: Emerging economies are less likely to benefit from extreme levels of automation and connectivity achieved through the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which has the potential to dramatically change the course of economic development, says a report.

  • Delhi schools to suspend primary classes due to cold weather

    New Delhi: Delhi government has directed the schools run by it to suspend primary classes in wake of the chilly weather in the national capital and private schools to alter their timings. While private schools have been asked to amend their timings themselves, directions have been issued to government schools to start an hour later than their usual time.