Free Press Journal
  • Madonna beaks down on stage

    Melbourne: Well, Saturday night wasn’t so good for Madonna as she guzzled booze, begged for a f**k and called Guy Ritchie “son of a b**ch” during her concert in Australia. The 57-year-old songstress, during her concert got emotional and said, “Someone please take care of me, please. Who is going to take care of me?,” reports Page Six.

  • Jazz singer and Grammy nominee Ernestine Anderson dies at 87

    Seattle: Ernestine Anderson, the internationally celebrated jazz vocalist who earned four Grammy nominations during a six-decade career, has died. She was 87. The King County Medical Examiner’s Office said yesterday that it received a report that Anderson died of natural causes Thursday at a nursing home in Shoreline.

  • Eat blueberries to keep Alzheimer at bay

    Washington D.C: There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, but treatments are available to help delay its development. Now, a recent study has found that the blueberry, already labeled a ‘super fruit,’ can be the new weapon in the war against this condition.

  • Ship used to find Titanic headed to Mexican navy

    Woods Hole (US): The ship that oceanographer Robert Ballard used to discover the wreck of the Titanic is headed to the Mexican navy. The Knorr is now officially retired, and employees of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will gather Tuesday afternoon to bid the vessel a final farewell.

  • Delhi Dynamos FC’s Richard Gadze joins HJK Helsinki

    New Delhi: Delhi Dynamos FC today announced the Loan Transfer of their joint top-scorer at the 2015 Hero Indian Super League, Richard Gadze to the Finnish Giants HJK Helinski on a one year deal. HJK Helinski is a top division club from the capital city of Finland, playing in the Finnish League Veikkausliiga. The club has spent most of its history in the top tier of Finnish football. HJK is the only Finnish club that has participated in the UEFA

  • Srinagar Jammu, National Highway

    Jammu-Srinagar highway reopened to light vehicles

    Jammu: The strategic Jammu-Srinagar national highway was on Monday reopened for light vehicular traffic after remaining closed for two days due to landslides triggered by incessant rain in Ramban district of the Jammu region.

  • Bajaj Avenger 400 in pipeline for 2016-17

    Autocar India reports that, according to its sources, the Bajaj Avenger 400 variant is being worked upon alongside the upcoming Pulsar 400 (most like the CS 400). The idea of a bigger engined Avenger probably gathered momentum after seeing the tremendous response for the refreshed cruiser family.

  • India test-fires Agni-I ballistic missile

    Balasore (Odisha): India today successfully test-fired its indigenously built nuclear-capable intermediate range Agni-I ballistic missile, capable of hitting a target 700 kms away, from a test range off Odisha coast as part of a user trial by the Army.

  • Gold price Down

    Gold falls Rs 73 in futures trade

    New Delhi: Gold prices fell Rs 73 to Rs 29,427 per 10 grams in futures trade today as participants reduced their positions even as metal strengthened overseas.

  • Maruti Vitara Brezza Review – First Drive

    Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., has a lot riding on the Vitara Brezza not only because it’s its maiden homegrown product but also because the car’s success in the market would be crucial for earning even more autonomy from parent Suzuki. The Maruti Vitara Brezza is positioned in such a way as to lure potential customers from other market segments as well.

  • Jayalalithaa

    Arrest of fishermen: Jaya seeks “robust diplomatic response”

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today said the Centre’s “inadequate response” to apprehension and detention of Indian fishermen “has emboldened the Sri Lankan Navy to harass” them, and sought a “robust diplomatic response” on the emotive issue.

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    Indonesia detains 14 people allegedly heading to Syria

    Jakarta: Indonesia has detained 14 people, including several children, as they allegedly tried to travel to Syria, police said, where hundreds of their countrymen have joined extremist groups like the Islamic State (IS) group.

  • Alibaba builds apartments to be sold to employees

    Beijing: Alibaba, China’s biggest e-commerce company, is building apartments to sell to its employees at a discount of about 40 percent, the media reported on Monday.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Jaitley’s $13 bn water plan has failed 66 mn farmers

    A two-decade-old central programme to finish incomplete irrigation projects has failed some 66 million Indian farmers and halted the economic progress of 350 million Indians, according to an IndiaSpend analysis.

  • Mirza-Hingis end Indian Wells campaign with shock loss

    Indian Wells, USA: Defending champions Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis crashed out of the Indian Wells Masters after suffering a shock straight sets defeat in the women’s doubles event here on Monday.

  • 46 countries to participate in Defence Expo in Goa

    Panaji: With more than 977 companies and 46 countries registering for the upcoming Defence Expo scheduled in Goa, the Defence Ministry has said the event is steering the path of steady growth.

  • Ajay Alok

    Turning to ‘full pants’ won’t make you modern: JD (U) tells RSS

    Patna: The Janata Dal (United) on Monday extended its support to Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav’s statement on Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), saying that merely turning to full pants won’t modernize the right wing organisation.

  • Vijay Mallya row: Congress gives notice in Rajya Sabha

    New Delhi: The controversy surrounding liquor baron Vijay Mallya who faces charges of money laundering, is set to rock the Parliament today as the Congress Party on Monday gave a notice on the matter in the Rajya Sabha.