Free Press Journal
  • Without Deepika, how will Ranveer spend V-day?

    Just when we thought that the most hot and happening coupe in Bollywood is miles apart we were greeted by a surprise. We are obviously talking about DeepikaPadukone and her bf Ranveer Singh.

  • Sania-Hingis record 38th straight win in St. Petersburg

    St.Petersburg, Russia: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis notched up their 38th straight win to reach the semifinals of the women’s doubles event of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy on Saturday.

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    Don’t skip breakfast if you want to remain active

    London: Eating breakfast may not only make people, especially obese, lose weight but can also make them more physically active and reduce food intake later in the day, reveals a study.

  • Soon, you’ll be able to get rid of bad memories

    London: With a new documentary claiming that it may be possible to wipe out bad memories from your head, the movie ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ seems have made a leap from sci-fi to reality.

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    JNU row: Seven more students detained

    New Delhi – A day after Jawaharlal Nehru University student’s union president Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested in connection with a case of sedition, the Delhi Police on Saturday detained seven more students from the university.

  • Nitish has become a ‘bechara’, ‘ineffective’ CM

    Patna: Reacting sharply to the twin murders of the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders in Bihar, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday said Nitish Kumar has become a “bechara” (helpless) chief minister, who has lost control over the state government.

  • Microsoft’s new app can identify your dog’s breed

    New York: US-based technology giant Microsoft has launched a new image recognition app that looks at photos of dogs to identify its breed or at least tell the percentage of the closest match in case it cannot make an exact match.

  • Shiv Sena, Uddhav Thackrey

    Make in India Week: Sena takes potshots at Fadnavis

    Mumbai – Taking a jibe at Devendra Fadnavis over the Make in India Week, which was launched here today, the Shiv Sena said Maharashtra has so far failed to attract investments that would at least compensate for the foreign
    travel costs of the Chief Minister.

  • Net neutrality, What next?

    After Facebook’s plans for get thwarted in India, what follows? Frederick Noronha talks to prominent techies nationwide, including some who played a key role in the campaign for ‘Net neutrality’.

  • Anganwadi workers to take out march in Delhi

    Thane: Anganwadi workers in large numbers from across the country will take out a protest march to the Parliament in Delhi on February 15, pressing for their demand to release pending salaries.

  • Alia Bhatt shares her dating fundas

    New Delhi: Alia Bhatt, who has starred in romantic films like “Student Of The Year” and “2 States”, suggests that planning is important to get one’s Valentine’s Day celebrations right. Watching the sunrise with your loved one or baking for the special someone are some ways to add a sparkle to your plans, says the actress.

  • Don’t observe Valentine’s Day: Pakistan president

    Islamabad: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has asked his countrymen to avoid observing Valentine’s Day, saying the western tradition was not part of “our culture”.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Jaitley hits back at Singh; asks him to be ‘non-partisan’

    New Delhi – Tearing into former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s criticism of Modi government, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the transition from UPA to NDA government has been from “policy-paralysis” to a global “bright-spot” while Congress’ stand on the crucial GST Bill has been motivated by “real politics”.

  • Siachen tragedy: Mortal remains of 9 soldiers successfully airlifted

    Leh – Exploiting narrow windows of fair weather, the Indian Army on Saturday successfully managed to move the remaining mortals of the nine bravehearts, who were buried alive by an avalanche, from Siachen to the base camp in Leh.

  • PM Modi wants to terrorise everyone using police: Kejriwal on JNU campus row

    New Delhi: The row over ‘anti-India’ slogans being raised at an event at the Jawaharlal Nehru University against the hanging of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru is escalating by the minute as in a fresh development, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using Delhi Police as a weapon to ‘terrorise’ people.

  • Telangana’s ACB issues notice to accused in cash-for-vote case

    Hyderabad: The cash-for-vote case allegedly involving leaders of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) came to the fore again with Telangana’s Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Saturday issuing notice to an accused, Jerusalem Muthaiah.