Free Press Journal
  • Google most attractive employer in India: Randstad

    New Delhi: Google India remained as the most attractive employer in the country followed by Mercedes-Benz in the second place, according to leading human resource consultancy Randstad.

  • Australia admits govt hack attacks from China, boosts cyber security

    Sydney: Australia unveiled a multi-billion-dollar cyber scheme to combat hacking today, as Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull acknowledged an attack on the country’s weather bureau last year but stopped short of blaming it on China.

  • Brussels terror suspect also charged in Paris attacks

    Washington D.C.: Brussels terror suspect Ossama Krayem who is already in connection with the deadly attack that killed 32 people in the Belgian capital last month, was formally accused with involvement in the November serial attacks in Paris.

  • Divyanka Tripathi to tie knot this July

    New Delhi: A recent post on daily soap ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ fame actress Divyanka Tripathi’s Twitter handle says that the actress is going to tie knot this July.

  • Suicide

    Hyderabad techie commits suicide as app fails to take off

    Telangana (Hyderabad): A 33-year-old software engineer took the drastic step of ending his life by inhaling nitrogen gas at his house in S.R. Nagar area of Hyderabad yesterday, after a social networking application that he developed failed to take off.

  • Maharashtra developer apologises to PM, CM for misusing their names

    Pune: The Maple Group here on Thursday tendered its “sincere and deepest apologies” to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Pune Guardian Minister Girish Bapat for creating wrong perceptions through advertisements for cheap homes.

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    Krunal Pandya has been impressive, says Rohit

    Mumbai: His own knock was crucial in Mumbai Indians chasing down a stiff 171-run target but skipper Rohit Sharma chose to credit all-rounder Krunal Pandya for the IPL win over Royal Challengers Bangalore, saying that the youngster is proving to be a game changer in every match.

  • Dipa Karmakar

    Will look to continue creating history: Dipa Karmakar

    New Delhi: Ecstatic and exhausted in equal measure after becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics, Dipa Karmakar today said she would look to continue scripting history wherever she competes.

  • trimbakeshwar temple

    Women allowed to enter Trimbakeshwar temple

    Nashik (Maharashtra): Signalling a major social change, women on Thursday morning were permitted entry to the Trimbakeshwar temple here, one of the 12 ‘Jyotirlingas’ (a devotional object representing Lord Shiva) in the country.

  • Indian members and supporters of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community attend the eighth Delhi Queer Pride parade in New Delhi on Sunday.

    US watching outcome of LGBT court case in India

    Washington: The US is watching with “great interest” the outcome of an ongoing court case with regard to the LGBT community and their rights, a senior Obama administration official has said.

  • mexico blast

    Blast at Mexico oil plant kills three, injures 30

    Mexico City: A massive explosion at an oil facility in southeastern Mexico killed at least three workers, injured 30 more and triggered evacuations, officials and state-run energy giant Pemex said.

  • Voting begins in Bengal assembly polls third phase

    Kolkata: People lined up in large numbers outside the polling booths, as voting began at 7 am for the third phase of Bengal assembly election involving 62 seats spread over four districts on Thursday.

  • Modi Sarkar sleeping over drought: Congress

    “Nearly half the country with people in 300,000 villages spread over 300 districts and 13 states are reeling an acute water shortage and need assistance in employment, foodgrains and mid-day meal schemes,” – Randeep Surjewala/ Congress spokesperson  (more…)