Free Press Journal
  • Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC43 Revealed Ahead of New York Motor Show Debut

    Just ahead of its slated debut at the upcoming 2016 New York motor show, German automaker Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the production-spec Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC43 SUV. An variant of this car was recently showcased at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo, which culminated last month. Mercedes-Benz describes the GLC43 as a particularly dynamic addition to its GLC line-up of SUVs.

  • SC allows photos of governor, CM, ministers in ads

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday allowed the publication of the photos of governor, chief minister and the ministers of the department concerned in government advertisements.The apex court bench headed by Justice Ranjan Gogoi allowed the publication of photos of governor, chief minister and ministers of departments concerned while modifying their earlier order by which the court had permitted photos of president, prime minister and Chief Justice of India only in the

  • ‘Fit-again’ Federer announces comeback at Miami Open

    Melbourne: Swiss tennis maestro Roger Federer has confirmed that he will make a return at next week’s Miami Open after recovering from knee surgery. The 17-time Grand Slam champion on Thursday used a string of emojis on his Twitter handle to confirm that he was ready to resume, reported.

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    ‘Bajirao Mastani’ wins big at TOIFA technical awards

    Dubai:  Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus “Bajirao Mastani” starring Bollywood’s live wire Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra roped in maximum awards in technical categories at the second edition of the Times Of India Film Awards (TOIFA) here.

  • Jat agitation: Delhi asks Haryana to ensure there is no negligence

    New Delhi: With the Jat community threatening to protest yet again over their demand for reservation in government jobs, the Delhi Government has expressed hope that the Manohar Lal Khattar-led Haryana Government would not be negligent this time around and there would be no water crisis in the national capital.

  • Five injured in stampede at army recruitment camp

    Secunderabad: Four or five people were injured in a stampede during the Territorial Army recruitment camp, which begun this morning at Thirumalgiri in Secunderabad. Around 10,000 aspirants attended the rally which is being held for the recruitment of part time soldiers in Territorial Army.

  • National Lok Adalat to be held in Maha on April 9

    Nagpur: The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) along with National Legal Services Authority and Maharashtra State Legal Services Authority will hold National-Maha Lok Adalat on April 9 across the state.

  • Oil prices hold steady in Asia

    Singapore: The rally in oil prices extended into Asian trade today, a day after the main US contract broke USD 40 for the first time this year on the back of a weak dollar and hopes over output talks due next month.

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    ‘Shaktimaan’ assaulter Ganesh Joshi arrested

    Dehradun (Uttarakhand): Following the furore over police horse, Shaktimaan, being allegedly assaulted by the BJP MLA Ganesh Joshi, the latter was arrested here on Friday morning.

  • Amputated ‘Shaktimaan’ finds a friend in US to stand again

    Dehradun (Uttarakhand): Shaktimaan, the police horse who got his left hind leg amputated after being allegedly attacked by BJP MLA Ganesh Joshi, has found a friend in the United States who will donate a him a prosthetic limb in order to make him stand again. Last night, it took two hours for the doctors to get his leg amputated, which according to them was successful. The horse’s amputation surgery took place two days

  • Anand crushes Svidler to come back in hunt in Candidates

    Moscow: Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand staged a brilliant comeback by crashing through the defences of Peter Svidler of Russia in the sixth round of Candidates Chess tournament here.

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    Sensex gains 82 points in early trade

    Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip sensitive index (Sensex) of the BSE on Friday was trading 82.74 points, or 0.34 points, higher soon after the opening bell.

  • N Korea test fires two mid-range ballistic missiles

    Seoul: North Korea test fired what appeared to be two medium-range ballistic missiles today, just days after leader Kim Jong-Un promised a series of nuclear warhead tests and missile launches. Military tensions have been soaring on the divided Korean peninsula since the North carried out its fourth nuclear test on January 6, followed a month later by a long-range rocket launch that was widely seen as a disguised ballistic missile test.

  • IAF to display full might in Pokhran on Friday

    Jaisalmer: The Indian Air Force will demonstrate its combat and firepower, including Akash Missile, for the first time, in the desert of Pokhran in Jaisalmer today.

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    Kim Kardashian goes blonde again

    Los Angeles: Reality TV personality Kim Kardashian has gone for a shorter and blonde new hairdo.