Free Press Journal
  • Don’t see any threat at all in India: Shahryar Khan

    New Delhi: Bowled over by the hospitality given to the Pakistan cricket team in India, PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan has said all security concerns prior to the side’s arrival for the ICC World Twenty20 have ended. Pakistan team’s arrival for the mega-event was delayed by several days owing to security concerns of its government, forcing the cancellation of one of their practice matches and relocation of the marquee clash against India from Dharamsala to Kolkata.

  • Sony working on ‘PlayStation 4.5’

    New Delhi: Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation Sony is reportedly working on a new version of the PlayStation 4. A new PlayStation would require stronger graphics capabilities than the current PS4 has. The upgraded model, referred as PS4.5, includes both an upgraded processor and GPU, the Verge quoted Kotaku a video game-focused blog as saying.

  • Planet with eccentric orbit spotted

    New York: A team of researchers has spotted an extrasolar planet about 117 light-years from Earth that boasts the most eccentric orbit yet seen. In this case, “eccentric” doesn’t refer to a state of mind, but instead describes how elliptical a planet’s orbit is around its star. While the planets in our solar system have nearly circular orbits, astronomers have discovered several extrasolar planets with highly elliptical or eccentric orbits.

  • ‘Fish’ depression out of your body

    Washington D.C: Feeling blue? You may want to add fish to your diet as a recent study has revealed that healthy fat found in oily fish, such as salmon and trout, tuna, mackerel, herring and swordfish, can help you with depression.

  • Force One might be discontinued soon

    While most of us believe that Indians are fascinated with SUVs, Force Motors has a reason to disagree with this pre-conceived notion. Five years after launching its first SUV, the Force One, Pune-based carmaker is now considering its production and sale termination.

  • Next-gen 2017 Swift: This is It!

    I often wonder that with the infinite number of cameras around, it is next to impossible for manufacturers to keep a new car under wraps. Spied images make the excitement shoot up, but then not much is left to be revealed by the time of the launch, isn’t it? For cost effectiveness, automakers are shrinking the number of platforms across the family. Vehicles from different segments share engines and hence, they are

  • BSE

    Sensex logs third weekly rise, Nifty reclaims 7,600-mark

    Stocks: Market logged third weekly rise in a row to hit two months high, as benchmark Sensex gained 234.75 and the broader Nifty garnered 94.15 points on sustained by firm global markets.

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    My fans deserve to know what happened to me: Honey Singh

    Dubai: Popular rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, who has opened up about his struggle with bipolar disorder and alcoholism, says he disclosed his issues to his fans and well-wishers because they deserve to know the reason behind his absence from showbiz.

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    Press club event: Court reserves order on Gilani’s bail plea

    New Delhi: Delhi Police today opposed the bail plea of ex-Delhi University lecturer S A R Gilani, arrested under sedition charges in connection with a Press Club event here, saying the event was “an attack on the soul of India” and it was “contempt of court.”

  • Serena Williams

    After 15 years, Serena back in final of Indian Wells

    Indian Wells  – World number one Serena Williams progressed through to her first final of the BNP Paribas Open since 2001 after overcoming third-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska in the women’s singles event here.

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    Uttarakhand my priority, will resign if I lose majority: Harish Rawat

    Dehradun – With the Congress government in crisis in Uttarakhand after nine party MLAs, including a minister, joined hands with the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party overnight, Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Saturday asserted that the welfare of the state was his priority and added that he would tender his resignation if he was not able to prove majority.

  • Fashion line might be on the cards: Randeep Hooda

    New Delhi: Actor Randeep Hooda, who has walked ramp for many designers, says he might launch a fashion line in future, but for now he is finding his “own footing in style”.

  • Peshawar to show Pakistan-India match on big screens

    Islamabad: Peshawar city has made arrangements for the live telecast of the much awaited India-Pakistan World T20 cricket match on Saturday in movie theatres and food outlets.

  • Mumbai Hosts an Art Exhibition with a Transforming Vision

    Mumbai, 18th March, 2016:  Today, in a brief yet significant ceremony, in presence of several connoisseurs of art, journalists and many others, Padma Bhushan, Shri Deepak Parekh, the Chairman of Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC Ltd.) inaugurated veteran artist Ila Sonawala’s exhibition on Stained Glass Paintings.

  • Special prayers held ahead of Indo-Pak World T20 clash

    Lucknow/Firozabad (Uttar Pradesh) – Special prayers are being offered throughout the country ahead of the World T20 clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata this evening.

  • Afghanistan face tough task against South Africa

    Mumbai: Advancing into the Super 10 stage for the first time in three attempts, minnows Afghanistan will face a formidable challenge when they clash with South Africa in the ICC World Twenty 20 Championship at the Wankhede Stadium here tomorrow.