Free Press Journal
  • Not interested in what Zayn says: Simon Cowell

    London: Music mogul Simon Cowell says he is “not interested” in Zayn Malik’s recent comments about not staying in touch with his former One Direction bandmates and the crew who worked with the group during five years.

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    Paes, Bopanna advance in Australian Open mixed doubles

    Melbourne: Indian tennis veterans Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna won their respective mixed doubles openers to advance to the second round of the Australian Open at Melbourne Park here on Sunday.

  • Swiss keen on greater cooperation in black money fight: Jaitley

    Davos: Switzerland is “extremely keen” on greater cooperation in India’s fight against suspected black money stashed in Swiss banks and is putting in place a new law on automatic information exchange that will take about a year to come into force, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said.

  • President calls for innovation to deal with rising tax cases

    New Delhi: Stressing on the need to improve India’s ranking in ease of doing business, President Pranab Mukherjee today said rising tax disputes and the amount involved call for innovative tax litigation management to add to the country’s growth story.

  • Police hunts 60 prisoners after Brazil jailbreak

    Brasilia: Police are hunting for 60 of over 100 inmates who escaped on Sunday after using explosives to break down a wall of a prison in Brazil’s Pernambuco state, the media reported.

  • New cheap, better method to make biofuels

    Melbourne: Scientists have discovered an inexpensive way to deliver carbon dioxide to micro-algae, which in turn can be harvested to make renewable fuels such as bio-diesel.

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    Congress says Modi govt ‘trampling’ on democracy, to move court

    New Delhi: Congress today said it will challenge in court Cabinet’s recommendation for imposing President’s rule in Arunachal Pradesh if it gets presidential assent, as the party lashed out at Narendra Modi government accusing it of “trampling” on democracy.

  • Terror suspects remanded in 13 days NIA custody

    New Delhi: Two suspected terrorists arrested for their alleged Islamic State links were today produced before a designated NIA court, which remanded them in the custody of the central terror probe agency for 13 days.

  • ‘Bigg Boss Nau’ winner Prince to now explore fiction space

    Mumbai: The ‘prince’ of TV reality shows, Prince Narula, who won “Bigg Boss Nau” — his third victory after “MTV Roadies X2” and “MTV Splitsvilla 8” in the genre — has his eyes set on acting in fiction TV shows and films. He says he already has two shows in his kitty.

  • Afghan seminary teacher among 4 injured in Pakistan blast

    Peshawar: At least four persons including an Afghan seminary teacher and a child were today injured in a roadside bomb blast here in Pakistan’s restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, police said.

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    Delhi BJP to have its first woman chief ?

    New Delhi: Women leaders may this time stake claim for post of Delhi BJP president in view of the fact the city unit has never been headed by a female in the past.

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    Online shopping marts make mega pitch with R-Day sale

    New Delhi: Aiming to make the most out of the Republic Day, e-retailers in India have jumped onto the bandwagon, each offering a big bang sale with some even promising discounts of up to 80-90 percent.

  • India said no to joint probe into Netaji’s death

    Kolkata: The Indian government in 1967 refrained from setting up an India-Japanese joint probe team to investigate Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s death, as requested by retired Japanese army officer General Iwaichi Fujiwara, a declassified file said.

  • Ronaldinho gets tumultuous welcome in Kerala

    Kozhikode (Kerala): Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho on Sunday got a tumultuous welcome on his maiden visit to the state with thousands turning out to greet the football wizard.

  • Wreckage found on Gulf of Thailand may be from flight MH370

    London: A part of curved metal measuring two metres by three metres, covered in barnacles, that was found on the shore of the Gulf of Thailand has promoted speculation that it might belong to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.