Free Press Journal
  • Patiala House scuffle: SC directs all parties to share reports

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed all parties involved with the recent scuffles at the Patiala House court complex to share their reports and come to an appropriate finding which it would hear on March 10.

  • Three presidents due in Iran in week

    Tehran: Presidents of three countries — Azerbaijan, Switzerland, and South Africa — will visit Tehran in the next few days, the country’s foreign ministry announced on Monday.

  • Sensex closes 80 pts down, Nifty drags at 7250 level

    Mumbai: The market sentiments on ended on a slightly higher note with the Sensex trading at 23788.79, up 79.64 points or 0.3 percent. The Nifty on the other hand managed to trail at 7234.55 rising 23.80 points or 0.3 percent.

  • Samsung Galaxy S7

    Samsung’s Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones create global buzz

    Barcelona: Building the heat at the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, the leading Korean smartphone maker Samsung released its flagship smartphone Galaxy S7, its curved-screen companion Galaxy S7 Edge and Gear 360 camera that will take the high-end smartphone war to a new high.

  • MCA to move SC on Lodha panel recommendations

    Mumbai: Mumbai Cricket Association, headed by former BCCI President Sharad Pawar, would file an intervention application before the Supreme Court to highlight the difficulties in implementing Justice R M (retired) Lodha Committee’s recommendations to restructure the Board.

  • sexually assault case

    Every fifth British women sexually abused at school: Survey

    London: At a time when universities the world over are struggling to tackle sexual assaults against female students on the campus, a shocking survey has revealed that one in five British women were sexually assaulted or even raped when they were in schools.

  • Honda Amaze Facelift Spied Undisguised Ahead of Launch

    Japanese automaker, Honda’s best-selling car the Amaze compact sedan is about to receive a facelift and clear images of the undisguised upcoming updated sedan have made their way online. There is a strong possibility that the Honda Amaze facelift is slated to be launched in the Indian market on 3rd of March 2016. This launch is expected to take place in New Delhi and this possibility of was entertained, when Honda confirmed

  • Will Honda BR-V have a Petrol Advantage Over the Segment?

    Besides its evident USP – namely that it offers seven seats in the segment, BR-V packs a lot more punch. Expected to launch in coming month, BR-V will compete in the compact SUV space of the country. The fight is against the hot-selling Hyundai Creta along with the upcoming facelifted Duster (https://www.cardekho.com/carmodels/Renault/Renault_Duster), amongst others. Except the Creta, none provides a decent and powerful petrol offering and an optional automatic is out of

  • Jugnoo slashes rates by base fare and per km fare by 40 percent

    New Delhi: Jugnoo, India’s leading on demand auto rickshaw aggregator, announces reduction in its base fare by Rs. five and per km fare to Rs. four and Rs. three across metros and towns respectively. This is a progressive business strategy employed by Jugnoo to increase the demand and keep up with the goal of being the fastest and most affordable means of public transport in the country.

  • Anuja shines as India Women post 34-run win over SL

    Ranchi: Anuja Patil produced a cameo with the bat to lift the team to 130 and then took three wickets to guide India Women to a 34-run win over Sri Lanka Women in the first Twenty20 International here today.

  • No formal offer on F/A-18, but in exploratory talks: Boeing

    New Delhi: Aviation giant Boeing today said it wants to build a globally competitive industrial base in India as the American firm was in “exploratory” talks to see if they can manufacture F/A-18 Super Hornet fighters in the country.

  • David-Headley

    26/11: Headley’s cross-examination may run for 4 days

    Mumbai: Key 26/11 plotter Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal’s lawyer today informed a court here that he wanted to cross-examine Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley for four days. Also, Judge G A Sanap today directed Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam to contact US authorities, check their availability for Headley’s second round of deposition and inform the court by February 25.

  • Sigh! Hyundai i10 safety rating ‘Downgraded’

    Bad news awaits the Korean carmaker and its customers! Hyundai i10, which was once rated at two stars (out of five) by the the New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (better known as ASEAN NCAP), has now just received a star.

  • Fire in Delhi shopping mall

    New Delhi: A fire broke out on Monday at the Ansal Plaza shopping mall in south Delhi, the fire service said.

  • Kashmir institute attacked by terrorists had declined security

    Srinagar: Authorities had in the past proposed that the sprawling Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) campus located on a strategic arterial road be guarded by police or paramilitary troopers, months before one of the longest gunfights in the history of Kashmir militancy began on Saturday, officials said on Monday.

  • Countdown begins for what Jaitley, Prabhu have budgeted

    New Delhi: From average tax-payers and rail commuters to global investors and analysts, all eyes for the next seven days are on two crucial Indian budgets to be tabled by the ministers overseeing the finance and railways portfolios.

  • One killed, 38 injured in Philippines blast

    Manila: A six-year-old boy was killed and 38 persons were injured in a grenade explosion in the Philippines province of Sultan Kudarat, authorities said on Monday.