Free Press Journal
  • Reebok launches new apparel line ‘Activchill’

    New Delhi: Reebok launches its all new ActivChill range designed to keep fitness enthusiasts and athletes cool while working out. The new range features proprietary technology to minimize heat and maximize potential.

  • Laal Rang- Official trailer

    Syed Ahmad Afzal’s directorial “Laal Rang”, a film that talks about the thriving black-market in blood banks in Haryana. Starring with Randeep Hooda, Akshay Oberoi, Pia Bajpai, Meenakshi Dixit and Rajneesh Duggal.

  • Govt mulling criminalising marital rape: Maneka Gandhi

    New Delhi: Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi today said the government is mulling criminalising marital rape, a month after her statement in Parliament that the concept cannot be “suitably applied in the Indian context” created an uproar.

  • Ishrat Jahan case: Cong compromised national security for politics

    Kolkata: Accusing erstwhile UPA regime of compromising national security to achieve its political interest in Ishrat Jahan case, BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad today said former Union Home minister P Chidambaram was resorting to falsehood by claiming he was not aware of the first affidavit.

  • BSY slams Siddaramiah over water wastage for his ‘dust free ride’

    Bengaluru (Karnataka): Karnataka Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief B.S. Yeddyurappa on Tuesday criticised Chief Minister Siddaramiah over a tanker full of water being used to arrange a dust free ride for his convey at a time when the state is reeling under water crisis.

  • Suzlon Energy acquires five solar energy companies

    Mumbai: Suzlon Energy on Tuesday announced the acquisition of five solar energy companies to implement various renewable energy projects across India.  “Suzlon Energy has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange that it has acquired the following companies — Gale Solarfarms, Tornado Solarfarms, Abha Solarfarms, Aalok Solarfarms and Shreyas Solarfarms,” the renewable energy solutions provider company said in a regulatory filing.

  • Prannoy advances, Srikanth knocks out of China Masters

    Jiangsu (China): Indian ace shuttler HS Prannoy produced a remarkable performance as he breezed past Malaysia’s Joo Ven Soong to progress through to the second round of the China Masters here on Tuesday. The seventh-seed bounced back from a slow start to secure a 19-21, 21-14, 21-18 triumph over his Malaysian opponent in the contest that lasted for 54 minutes.

  • Odd-even scheme: HC asks Delhi to respond to advocates’ plea

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Delhi government to file a response to a plea seeking exemption for advocates from the second phase of the odd-even traffic restrictions scheme now being run in the capital.

  • Japan twin earthquake: 45 dead, search ops continue

    Minamiaso (Japan): Searchers digging in a mountainous area of southern Japan where twin earthquakes triggered landslides found another body today, raising the likely death toll to 45.

  • VVIP water wastage: BJP activist targets party ministers 

    Mumbai: A BJP activist here on Tuesday urged Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to stop ‘VVIP helicopter tourism’ by various state and central ministers to drought-hit areas to prevent wastage of precious water in Maharashtra.

  • Royal Challenge awaits struggling Mumbai Indians in IPL

    Mumbai: Under-confident Mumbai Indians will aim to get back to winning ways when they come up against an explosive batting power of Royal Challengers Bangalore in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match at the Wankhede Stadium here on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai City FC

    Ex Costa Rican Borges to coach Mumbai City FC

    Mumbai: Former Costa Rican midfielder Alexandre Henrique Borges Guimaraes would be the head coach of ISL outfit, Mumbai City FC, for the third season of the franchise-based football league.

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad slams Mamata on corruption issue

    Kolkata: Attacking Trinamool Congress on the issue of corruption, Union IT and Communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today accused party supremo Mamata Banerjee of “patronising corruption”.

  • ‘Laal Rang’ gets UA certificate with four verbal cuts

    Mumbai: Syed Ahmad Afzal’s directorial “Laal Rang”, a film that talks about the thriving black-market in blood banks in Haryana, has sailed through the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) with no visual cuts.

  • Pakistan hands over Kirpal Singh’s body to India

    Amritsar: Pakistan on Tuesday handed over the body of Kirpal Singh, an Indian prisoner who died in suspicious circumstances in a Lahore jail, to Indian authorities, officials said.

  • West Indies an example of T20 chaos: Steve Waugh

    Berlin: Outstanding former Australia Test captain Steve Waugh believes the turmoil in the West Indies cricket is a perfect example of the disruption the Twenty20 format has caused in the sport internationally.

  • Ghulam Ali

    Ghulam Ali’s performance in Bhavnagar cancelled

    Ahmedabad: Noted Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali, who was scheduled to perform today at a cultural event in Bhavnagar, has cancelled his visit, according to organisers of the event.

  • Mata Vaishno Devi University is funded by poor: PM Modi

    Katara: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University in Katra is the only varsity in the country which gets funded by the poor and pilgrims, who come to the holy shrine in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Too much faith in players let Mourinho down: Chelsea’s Fabregas

    London : Jose Mourinho lost his job as coach just seven months after leading Chelsea to the English Premier League title because he trusted the players too much and “we let him down”, midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said. “A lot has been said. I love Jose and I consider him my friend and we still keep in touch right now,” the Spaniard said on the Sky Sports program “Monday Night Football”, reports Efe.