Free Press Journal
  • “Angry Indian Goddesses” to release online

    Mumbai: “Angry Indian Goddesses”, which was a surprise hit last year, is all set to release online. The movie will be released by TVF Play, the online platform of the Viral Fever, and will be available to audiences across India. This digital launch will precede the film’s satellite release.

  • Panasonic launches two new multi-channel speakers

    New Delhi: Extending its line up of 2.1 channel speaker systems, Panasonic India has launched two new models that have FM and in-built Bluetooth function for anywhere entertainment.

  • Goans to get free entry on last day of upcoming Defexpo

    Panaji: Goans will have free-of-cost access to Defexpo India 2016 on the last day of the upcoming four-day event, Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar told the Legislative Assembly today.

  • New Zealand script dramatic win over Australia

    Dharamsala: New Zealand produced yet another sublime bowling performance to pull off a second successive giant-slaying act, beating ODI world champions Australia by 8 runs in a dramatic ICC World Twenty20 clash here today.

  • 10 Army soldiers in Rio bound Indian contingent

    New Delhi: When the Indian athletes will be striving to better country’s London Olympics medal haul of six at the Rio Games in August, at least 10 of them would be from the Indian Army.

  • Healthy brain associated with healthy heart

    New York: Having more ideal cardiovascular health is linked with better brain processing speed and is more likely to prevent the decline in brain function that sometimes accompanies ageing, according to a study. The researchers from the University of Miami and the Columbia University used the American Heart Association’s “Life’s Simple Seven” definition of cardiovascular health, which includes tobacco avoidance, ideal levels of weight, physical activity, healthy diet, blood pressure, cholesterol and

  • Coutinho helps Liverpool dump Man Utd out of Europa League

    London: Liverpool advanced to the quarterfinals of the Europa League after a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford gave them a 3-1 aggregate win over bitter rivals Manchester United. Anthony Martial ignited United’s hopes of staging a comeback briefly in the 32nd minute with a clinical spot-kick before Phillipe Coutinho restored his side’s two-goal advantage on the stroke of half-time, the Mirror reported.

  • Holidays for Pak minorities a ‘moderate ideological’ move

    Islamabad: Pakistan government’s decision to declare Diwali, Holi and Easter as holidays for Hindus and Christians appears to be an attempt to steer the country towards a “more moderate ideological direction”, a leading daily said today. Lauding the decision, an editorial in ‘The Nation’ titled “standing by our minorities” said it was a “very small” measure which should only serve as a start for the government to “reverse the economic imbalance created due to marginalisation faced ever since the partition.”

  • Make your own Holi colors at home!

    As opposed to other festivals, Holi is one occasion which screams out fun, food, and, frolic! This year make your Holi stain and chemical free, a small step towards making it more eco friendly, and, less hazardous. We bring you natural colour hacks that will make you fall in love with this festival of colours all over again!

  • Khalid, Anirban get six month interim bail

    New Delhi: A court here on Friday granted six months interim bail to JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, arrested on charges of sedition. Both have been asked to furnish a bail bond of Rs.25,000 each. Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh also asked the two Jawaharlal Nehru University students not to leave Delhi without the court’s permission. Both had sought bail on the ground of “parity”, saying that JNU students union

  • Government will promote community radio: Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi : The government will facilitate the growth of community radio in the country to effectively convey its messages to the poor and rural areas, Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday. “The government will facilitate the medium through (suitable) policies, which will spur the growth of community radio stations in the future,” Jaitley said at a seminar here.

  • Did Nostradamus predict Modi rule? yes thinks Kiren Rijiju

    We may have come across many prediction styles that came forward to determine the future. One famous philosopher was Michel de Nostredame (aka Nostradamus), a 16th-century French man philosopher who predicted many events throughout history. He studied astrology and various ‘occult’ sciences and used them to predict the future. Some of his outstanding predictions include the rise of Hitler, the defeat of Napoleon, assassination of the Kennedy brothers and the unfortunate 9/11

  • Hamilton fastest in first practice session of Australian GP

    Melbourne: British driver Lewis Hamilton of team Mercedes topped the first practice session of the Australian Gran Prix, the first F1 Grand Prix of the season.  German Nico Hulkenberg of team Force India came second ahead of Ferrari’s Finn Kimi Raikkonen here on Friday, reports Efe. Australian Daniel Ricciardo in his Red Bull finished fourth.

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    Sena demands permanent suspension of AIMIM MLA

    Mumbai, Mar 18 (PTI) Unrelenting in its attack on AIMIM MLA Waris Pathan for refusing to chant ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, the Shiv Sena today said he has been let off with a “soft” punishment and demanded his permanent suspension from the state assembly and disqualification from contesting the polls.

  • Sebi orders attachment of bank, demat A/Cs of GN Dairies

    New Delhi: Capital markets regulator Sebi has ordered attachment of bank and demat accounts of GN Dairies Ltd and its directors to reclaim over Rs 114 crore for violation of norms. The firm violated various market norms and failed to comply with Sebi’s earlier directive to refund investors’ money along with interest. The pending dues include fine imposed on them along with interest, charges, expenses and other costs.