Free Press Journal
  • FICCI, NACE together celebrate ‘International Corrosion Awareness Day’

    New Delhi: NACE International Gateway India Section (NIGIS) of NACE International, a global leader in the corrosion engineering jointly with FICCI celebrated the objective of creating awareness about the menace of corrosion and to protect the people, environment and assets from corrosion through various activities.

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    5.7-magnitude quake hits Indonesia

    Hong Kong: An earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter Scale hit Tanahmerah, Indonesia on Tuesday, the US Geological Survey said.

  • LeEco to set up manufacturing, research unit in India

    Beijing: In a fillip to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India and Digital India initiatives, Chinese internet and technology conglomerate LeEco is eyeing a manufacturing base along with research and development centres in the country, the company’s vice chairman and co-founder has said.

  • Islamists behead Canadian hostage in Philippines

    Manila: Islamic militants in the Philippines have beheaded a Canadian hostage, sparking fears for more than 20 others they are holding on remote islands, with security forces vowing today to hunt down the extremists.

  • Train services between Lumding and Silchar disrupted

    Guwahati: A bogie of the Poorvattar Sampark Kranti Express derailed on Tuesday in Assam, disrupting train services between Lumding and Silchar. There were no casualties, an official said.

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    I am Aryan’s God parent, hope for his best: Karan Johar

    Mumbai: Karan Johar has always maintained he will launch close friend superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan in Bollywood but the filmmaker says as a “God parent”, he will wait for the youngster to finish his studies before making an entry into films.

  • Bhutia for more Indians in playing XI, more teams in ISL

    Mumbai: Former India captain Bhaichung Bhutia said here that the Football Players Association of India has asked IMG-Reliance to increase the home grown players to six from the current five in the starting eleven of the Indian Super League.

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    5 Pak players under probe for alleged involvement in a brawl

    Karachi: Five players who have represented the country are apparently under investigation by Pakistan Cricket Board on suspicion of their involvement in a brawl and disorderly conduct in Faisalabad where they played National One-day Cup matches.

  • Outcome of Indo-Pak FS talks will be futile: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Tuesday said the outcome of the meeting between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan on the sidelines of the ‘Heart of Asia – Istanbul Process’ conference in New Delhi, would be futile.

  • India, Afghanistan hold bilateral talks

    New Delhi: Ahead of the Heart of Asia conference on peace and stability that will host for the first time, Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar held a bilateral meeting with Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Karzai here on Tuesday.

  • Preity and Gene Goodenough to hold their wedding reception in Mumbai

    Preity Zinta’s hush hush wedding with beau Gene Goodenough in definitely took her fans and the media by a surprise. The bubbly actress known to speak her heart out decided to tie the knot in a private ceremony in Los Angeles. But she also holds a great rapport with several Bollywood celebrities and hence has now decided to celebrate the occasion with her colleagues and friends from

  • Hillary Clinton says half of her Cabinet would be women

    Washington: Eyeing to become the first woman president of the US, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has said that if elected to the White House half of her Cabinet would be comprised of women.

  • Brazil wrestles chaos 100 days before Olympics

    Rio De Janeiro: Brazil promises a roaring Rio Olympics party, but with 100 days to go before the sporting mega bash, the hosts are battling nightmarish political and economic gate crashers.