Free Press Journal
  • Hyundai

    Hyundai Motor’s profit hits five-year low

    Seoul: Hyundai Motor, South Korea’s top automaker, saw operating profit fall to the lowest in five years in 2015, a regulatory filing showed on Tuesday.

  • Villas-Boas will fufill his contract with Zenit: Agent

    Moscow: Russian football club Zenit St. Petersburg’s head coach Andre Villas-Boas will remain in his post until the end of the current season, his agent Carlos Goncalves has said ruling out an early departure.

  • Goibibo No.1 in hotel booking volumes: Morgan Stanley

    New Delhi: Online hotel-booking engine and air aggregator Goibibo has been ranked No.1 by Morgan Stanley, which said it had been rated on top by hoteliers across parameters comprising higher booking volumes, confirmed bookings, last-minute bookings, backend and IT support, insights and market intelligence.

  • Brazilian striker Damiao arrives in Seville to join Real Betis

    Sevilla (Spain): Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao da Silva has arrived here to finalise his move to Real Betis. He is expected to commit until the end of the current season with a contract that can be extended for three years.

  • Chanderpaul should have got ‘proper send-off’: Lara

    Dubai: Batting legend Brian Lara believes that the recently retired West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul should have been afforded the time to make a graceful exit from the game.

  • Religion should be bridge between people, says UN chief

    Rabat: Religion should be a bridge between people, not a wedge, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told participants in conference on religious minorities in Muslim countries in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh.

  • Disney World sued for replacing American workers with Indians

    Washington: Disney World has been hit by two class action suits accusing it and two outsourcing firms of conspiring to replace workers with less costly foreign ones using H-1B visas, mostly from India.

  • Serena sidesteps Sharapova to enter Australian Open semis

    Melbourne: Top seed Serena Williams withstood a tense first set and a late match charge to take out fifth seed Maria Sharapova 6-4, 6-1 to enter the Australian Open tennis semi-finals here on Tuesday. It was the American’s 18th straight win against the Russian.

  • ritika singh-r madhavan

    It was a struggle to make ‘Saala Khadoos’

    Chennai: Director Sudha Kongara Prasad, who spent nearly six years of her life on forthcoming Hindi-Tamil bilingual sports drama “Saala Khadoos”, says she and her team went through “hell” to make the film.

  • Kashmiris will benefit from India-Pakistan peace: Vohra

    Jammu/Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday celebrated the Republic Day on Tuesday, with Governor N.N. Vohra saying the state will benefit the most from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s peace initiative vis-a-vis Pakistan.

  • Hyderabad may face beef ban if AIMIM doesn’t come to power: Owaisi

    Hyderabad: A ban on consumption and sale of beef may be imposed in the city if AIMIM was not voted to power in the upcoming elections to Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), party chief Asaduddin Owaisi claimed on Tuesday. “I am not trying to scare you. But, the fact is if we don’t come to power, there may be a scope for ban on beef (in Hyderabad) on pretext of faith,” the All-India

  • accident

    Meghalaya bus crash kills 10

    Shillong: Ten people were killed early on Tuesday when a bus proceeding towards Assam’s Hailakandi district rolled down a hill in Meghalaya, police said.

  • Chris Brown not facing charges for hitting woman

    Las Vegas: Singer Chris Brown wont face any charges for punching a woman. The “Fine China” hitmaker who was accused of striking Liziane Gutierrez in the face during an after party in Las Vegas earlier this month, will not be facing charges because of lack of evidence, reports

  • Ellen Page found it special working with baby

    Los Angeles: Actress Ellen Page, who plays the role of a drifter who kidnaps a baby in the film “Tallulah”, says that she found it very special working with a 15-month-old child.

  • Pen-sized microscope to efficiently see cancer cells

    Washington: A hand-held, miniature microscope roughly the size of a pen can allow surgeons to “see” at a cellular level in the operating room and determine where to stop cutting the tumour to kill only cancerous cells and protect healthy cells.