Free Press Journal
  • Ageing begins even before you are born

    London: The process of ageing begins even before we are born, says a new study, which used rats to model pregnancy and foetal development.

  • RBI

    India Post to approach RBI for interoperability of ATMs

    New Delhi: Department of Post (DoP) will soon approach Reserve Bank for interoperability of its ATMs with commercial banks as it looks to roll out 10,000 ATMs across the country by the end of this year. A DoP official told PTI that Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has asked the department to take the proposal to RBI on priority basis as it will help in popularising banking in rural areas.

  • Vijay Mallya

    Mallya objects to SBI’s plea for arrest in debt case

    Bengaluru – Liquor baron Vijay Mallya will on Thursday file objections to the State Bank of India’s (SBI) interlocutory application (IA) before the debt recovery tribunal seeking his arrest in the defunct Kingfisher Airline’s multi-crore-rupee loan default case.

  • Manipuri woman assaulted in Mumbai, one booked

    Mumbai: A 26-year-old Manipuri woman was allegedly assaulted by a man in suburban Santacruz, following which an FIR has been registered against him, police said today.

  • Shruti Haasan comes up with song for Women’s Day

    Mumbai: In a novel way of celebrating Women’s Day, actress Shruti Haasan has come up with a new single album “My Day In The sun”. The singer-actress is all geared up for the release of special single “My Day In The sun” on the occasion of Women’s Day this year, in collaboration with music directors, Ehsaan and Loy.

  • diabetes

    Eli Lilly launches once-a-week diabetes drug in India

    New Delhi – In a move to enhance its diabetes portfolio in India, US pharma major Eli Lilly has launched once-a-week diabetes treatment drug under the brand name ‘Trulicity’, at Rs 2,499 in the country.

  • Chinese kills father for failing to get him bride: report

    Beijing: Depressed over seeing his neighbours getting married, a 46-year-old man allegedly clubbed his ailing father to death for failing to get him a bride in north-central China, media reports said today.

  • Alia Bhatt

    Alia Bhatt to ring in 23rd b’day with new house

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s beautiful damsel Alia Bhatt, who will turn 23 on 15 March, will ring in her birthday with a new house that she is going to gift to herself.

  • Vicky Kaushal

    I aspire to be a self-made actor: Vicky Kaushal

    New Delhi: He may be the son of action director Shyam Kaushal but Vicky Kaushal fetched acclaim on the merit of his performance with debut “Masaan” and the actor says he wants to continue his film journey without using his father’s credentials.

  • shahid

    Huge crowd throngs for Shahid Kapoor’s ‘Rangoon’ glimpse

    New Delhi, March 3. (ANI): The huge crowd recently thronged the railway station to get the glimpse of actor Shahid Kapoor, who was spotted shooting his upcoming flick `Rangoon,’ in the North East locales.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    PM Modi hits back at Rahul, questions ‘Make in India’ jibe

    New Delhi: In a point by point rebuttal to the allegations levelled by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi against the policies formulated by the BJP led NDA regime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday criticised the former for mocking the Make in India initiative.

  • Jayant Sinha

    Budget has offered room for monetary policy easing: Sinha

    New Delhi: The Budget that aims to limit fiscal deficit to 3.5 per cent of GDP in 2016-17 has been able to provide room for easing of the key policy rate by the Reserve Bank, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha today said.

  • Top 30 cities make up 51% of smartphone market, Delhi tops

    New Delhi: Top 30 cities of the country made up for 51 per cent of the entire smartphone market in the fourth quarter last year with New Delhi generating the maximum demand, closely followed by Mumbai, research firm IDC said today.

  • Youth dies as cops arrange for CM convoy; Cong demands action

    Bhopal: A youth seriously injured after being hit by a bus lay unattended near Madhya Pradesh Assembly here and later died, even as policemen there allegedly stayed busy arranging for Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s convoy, prompting Congress to demand action against the personnel.

  • NHAI inks pact with ISB for skilling staff

    New Delhi: National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has signed a pact with Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, to develop management competencies of its technical and managerial staff.  “NHAI ties up with Indian School of Business for skill development of its technical and managerial manpower NHAI has taken a significant step in ensuring development of management competencies of its technical and managerial manpower, with a tie up with ISB, Hyderabad,” Ministry of Road

  • Prashant Kishor to pen book on how to win, lose elections

    New Delhi: Prashant Kishor, a key strategist in the landslide victories of Narendra Modi and Nitish Kumar, dissects what influences Indian voters today, their aspirations and what they now demand of their leaders in his debut book.

  • Road Accidents

    Road accident deaths in Bengal fourth highest in country

    Kolkata – With around 5,000 road accident deaths annually, West Bengal is among 13 states in the country recording maximum number of road mishaps, according to statistics of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.