Free Press Journal
  • CPI urges Jaitley to intervene in SBI recruitment of clerks

    Chennai: The Communist Party of India (CPI) has urged union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to intervene and scrap the condition that prevents education loan defaulters from applying for clerical jobs in the State Bank of India (SBI).

  • Idea Cellular

    Idea to expand 4G services in Andhra, Telangana

    New Delhi: Indian mobile network operator Idea Cellular has launched its 4G services in 84 more towns of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana circle with its count reaching to 121 in both states.

  • Two held for IPL betting

    Nabarangpur (Odisha): With the arrest of two persons, police today claimed to have busted an IPL match betting racket at Umerkote in Nabarangpur District.

  • Taliban can’t discus border with Pakistan, says Kabul

    Kabul: Kabul has reacted sharply to the Taliban leaders’ visit to Pakistan shortly after the group announced it will hold talks on refugees and border issues with the Pakistani authorities. Taliban will never have the authority to discuss the border issues, considering the international laws, the Afghan presidential palace said in a statement. It  called on Pakistan to maintain its relations with the government of Afghanistan and respect the national sovereignty of

  • Beware! Retweeting can hamper your memory

    New York: Retweeting or sharing information on the micro-blogging site can actually make things worse for you as it creates a “cognitive overload” that interferes with learning and retaining what you’ve just seen, researchers report. According to the team from Cornell University in the US, that “overload” can spill over and diminish performance in the real world. “Most people don’t post original ideas any more. You just share what you read with

  • Low testosterone may up diabetes risk

    Washington: Scientists have for the first time discovered how low testosterone raises diabetes risk in men, after they found that the male hormone regulates blood sugar by triggering key signalling mechanisms in pancreatic cells that produce insulin. The study could help identify new treatments for type 2 diabetes in the large number of men with low testosterone due to age or prostate cancer therapies, researchers said. “We have found the cause –

  • Shahrukh Khan

    Abdul Latif’s son filed case against makers of Raees and Shah Rukh Khan

    Shah Rukh Khan’s last two releases might not have performed as expected at the box office but the actor- producer hasn’t been fazed by this. In fact, he has fast moved on to his next venture Raees. However, now we hear that Shah Rukh Khan might face a bit of legal trouble with his forthcoming release, with a case being filed against him and the makers of Raees in a local court

  • Amir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan

    Salman Khan, Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan to be a part of Prime Ministers event

    Though a film with the Khan trio is a distant dream, we hear that the three superstars namely, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan are the top names of the guest-list of an upcoming event that will mark the second anniversary of the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Government. Titled Zara Muskara Do, the event will be held at India Gate at the capital on May 26 and a crowd

  • Three linked to California terror attack arrested

    Los Angeles: The FBI have arrested three people, including the older brother of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook, on charges of marriage fraud and lying to investigators, authorities said. Syed Raheel Farook, 31, was arrested in the early morning at his home in the California town of Corona, along with his wife Tatiana Farook, also 31. Mariya Chernykh, Tatiana’s 26-year-old sister who lives in the nearby town of Ontario, was also arrested.

  • Smart Transport: Easy Mobility for Better Living

    Co-located with 2nd Smart Cities India 2016 Expo, the expo will focus on better ways and technology for convenient and eco-friendly transportation system

  • Teens who bombed Sikh temple were IS sympathisers

    Berlin: Two secondary school students accused of carrying out a bomb attack on a Gurudwara in the German city of Essen nearly two weeks ago are radical Islamists and sympathisers of the Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda, authorities said.

  • White powder mailed to Trump campaign office ruled harmless

    New York: An envelope containing a suspicious white powdery substance caused a scare when it was opened at a campaign office of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, but it later was deemed to be harmless.

  • First look of ‘TE3N’ released

    New Delhi: The first look of Ribhu Dasgupta’s upcoming thriller ‘TE3N,’ starring Amitabh Bachchan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Vidya Balan, is finally out.

  • Indian Scout Limited Edition Introduced With Old-School Look

    The iconic American motorcycle maker, Indian Motorcycle, has launched a limited edition of its 2016 Scout, which gets a locally inspired old-school styling. Besides the standard features of the bike, the Indian Scout LE gets some additional genuine accessories to give it a unique appearance and its production will be limited to just 10 units.

  • United Nations

    UN Security Council readies N Korea missile test reply

    United Nations: UN Security Council diplomats have warned North Korea to expect a response after Pyongyang’s repeated failed attempts to test-fire a powerful ballistic missile, the latest defiance of UN resolutions.

  • Aditya Pancholi

    Aditya Pancholi refuses to recognise Adhyayan Suman

    New Delhi: Aditya Pancholi has blatantly refused to recognise Adhyayan Suman. During his recent revelation about Kagana Ranaut in an interview with a leading daily, the 28-year-old actor, at one point, mentioned the fact that Pancholi, who was also linked to the ‘Queen’ actress, warned his father Sekhar Suman of her “psycho” nature.

  • Japan abandons costly X-ray satellite lost in space

    Tokyo: Japan’s space agency has abandoned its efforts to restore the operations of a multimillion-dollar satellite that was to probe the mysteries of black holes using X-ray telescopes. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency says it has determined that the satellite’s two solar arrays had broken off at their bases.  Contact was lost with the satellite on March 26, more than a month after its launch on February 17. The space agency said