Free Press Journal
  • India sweep triathlon gold medals in SAG

    Guwahati: India today bagged the top spot in the triathlon mixed relay team event and swept the gold medals in the discipline in the 12th South Asian Games here.

  • Yuki Bhambri

    Delhi Open: Yuki to shoulder Indian hopes

    New Delhi: Local lad Yuki Bhambri will spearhead the Indian challenge when the third edition of the Delhi Open Challenger tournament starts at the R.K. Khanna Stadium here on Monday.

  • Make in India

    India to evolve into more stable investment destination: KPMG

    Mumbai:  At a time when global economies are facing turmoil, India is poised to evolve into an even more attractive and stable destination for investors on account of favourable macroeconomic conditions, says a report.

  • I never went away: Parineeti Chopra

    New Delhi: “Meri Pyaari Bindu” will mark Parineeti Chopra’s return to the big screen after a gap of two years but the actress is happy that she finally had the time to work on her fitness.

  • ‘Deadpool’ rakes in whooping $130m on opening weekend

    Washington D.C.: Ryan Reynolds’s superhero movie `Deadpool` is all set to break the Box Office record after earning 130 million dollars on the four-day opening weekend.

  • Facebook India MD to step down in six to twelve months

    New Delhi: Social networking giant Facebook has announced that its Managing Director in India, Kirthiga Reddy, will step down and return to the United States.

  • Mother’s affection can combat depression in kids

    New York: A depressed mother’s stress can pass on to infant before his or her life begins in many ways. But according to a new study, parenting strategies can combat the negative impacts of maternal depression on an infant.

  • United Nations

    Afghan civilian casualties hit record high in 2015: UN

    Kabul: The overall Afghan civilian casualties hit a record high in 2015 as about 11,000 non-combatants were killed or injured in conflict-related violence last year, a UN mission here said on Sunday.

  • Jaya unveils new projects worth Rs 1,002.02 crore

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today inaugurated a series of projects taken up by Highways and Minor Ports Department, costing Rs 1,002.02 crore that includes construction of new bridges, railway overbridges and buildings.

  • UK spies hunt ISIS suspect who joined Linkedin

    London: Security services in the UK are hot on the heels of a British Islamic State (ISIS) terror suspect in Turkey after he mistakenly disclosed his whereabouts by joining the Linkedin professional network.

  • JKSSB examination to be held under video surveillance

    Srinagar: The forthcoming SSB examinations in Kashmir will be conducted under video surveillance following complaints of large scale cheating in an exam conducted by the Board in December last year.

  • Saudi deploys jets in Turkey for anti-IS fight

    Dubai: Saudi Arabia has deployed warplanes to a Turkish airbase in order to “intensify” its operations against the Islamic State group in Syria, a senior Saudi defence official has said.

  • Bajrang Dal, VHP men held for protesting V-Day celebrations

    Hyderabad: Several Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) activists were taken into custody today from different parts of the city as they held protests against Valentine’s Day celebrations.

  • Woman dies while trying to escape monkey attack

    Muzaffarnagar: A 55-year-old woman died here after falling from the upper storey of her house while trying to escape a monkey attack, police said today.

  • Robots may take over most human jobs by 2045: expert

    Washington: Robots will be capable of doing almost any job that humans can within next 30 years due to advances in artificial intelligence, threatening to put over half the world’s population out of jobs, experts have warned.