Free Press Journal
  • Evolve holistic, affordable healthcare system: Maha Governor

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor Vidyasagar Rao today called for remedial steps to overcome shortcomings in the healthcare system and asked officials to take action against companies coming out with fallacious advertisements related to “wonder” drugs and medical products.

  • BMW M760Li xDrive, 7-Series with an M Twist

    After a lot of rumors and leaked images confirming an ‘M’ badged 7-Series model, BMW has finally released the M760Li xDrive. Apart from the usual flagship luxuries, this Bimmer holds a 12-cylinder petrol engine with M Performance TwinPower Turbo technology under its bonnet. The car comes as a delight for the performance obsessed car enthusiasts which usually enjoy the rear seat champaign but seldom embrace the Hamilton within them. The focus of

  • Delhi Metro

    AAP govt gives in-principle nod to Delhi Metro Phase-IV

    New Delhi: The Delhi government has given in-principle approval for construction of Metro Phase-IV. The decision was taken recently at a meeting Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had with transport, PWD and Urban Development Departments.

  • JNU event case: 7 students asked to appear before probe panel

    New Delhi: Seven of eight JNU students who were debarred from academic activities earlier this week in connection with a controversial event held on the campus, have been asked to appear before a high level committe of the varsity probing the matter.

  • Make In India

    Invest in India or you may ‘miss the bus’: Cisco

    Mumbai:  Betting big on India as an investment spot, Cisco executive chairman John Chambers today suggested businesses not to ‘miss the bus’ as the country is in sync with the speed of innovation in the current digital age.

  • Tata Kite 5: What You Should Know About It

    Tata Motors has unveiled the Zica based compact sedan at the 2016 Auto Expo, recently. The vehicle is expected to be launched later this year at an aggressive price point since it will sit below the Zest in the lineup. Technically it will replace the Indigo eCS, country’s first compact sedan.

  • Mittu Chandilya not quitting AirAsia India: Fernandes

    Mumbai:  AirAsia India CEO Mittu Chandilya is not quitting the airline, AirAsia Group chief Tony Fernandes said today as he announced that the 2-year old Indian carrier would “shortly” add two aircraft as part of its fleet expansion plans.

  • Zayn Malik unveils shocking pink hair

    Los Angeles: Former One Direction star Zayn Malik has dyed the top section of his jet-black crop in a bright pink colour.

  • Digital

    Seoul raises alert against Pyongyang cyber attack

    Seoul: South Korea has boosted its military information surveillance status in response to alleged threats of cyber attacks by North Korea, media reports said on Sunday.

  • Relocate your manufacturing base to India: Kant tells Japan

    Mumbai: Japanese companies should relocate their manufacturing base to India as this is the “only way” to strengthen bilateral partnership between the two countries, DIPP Secretary Amitabh Kant said today.

  • Facebook to face trial in France over nude painting

    Paris: Social media giant Facebook would be tried in France for blocking a French teacher’s account after he posted an image of a nude painting, a media report said.

  • Putin, Obama discuss Syria in phone call: Kremlin

    Moscow: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and US counterpart Barack Obama held frank talks on Syria amid US concern over Turkish shelling of Kurdish militia targets in northern Syria days before a ceasefire deal is due to take hold.

  • Carty’s firework helps Windies stun India to seal maiden U-19 title

    Mirpur: Keacy Carty showed a great resilience and struck a brilliant half century as West Indies swept aside the Indian team by five wickets to clinch their maiden ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup title here at Shere Bangla National Stadium on Sunday.

  • Headley’s wife, associate “refuse” to answer NIA questions

    New Delhi: The US-based wife of American-born Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist David Headley, one of the main conspirators of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, and his business partner have “refused” to answer questions posed by NIA, citing a privacy clause.

  • google

    Google to skip 2016 U.S. airwaves auction

    New Delhi: Internet giant Google has confirmed that it would not participate in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) upcoming auction of broadcast airwaves.

  • Over 10,000 computers hacked in China in a year

    Beijing: Over 10,000 computers in China were attacked by domestic and overseas hackers between December 2014 and November 2015, Xinuha news agency reported.