Free Press Journal
  • Jiah case: HC refuses to extend stay on trial against Sooraj

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today refused to extend the stay granted on trial against actor Sooraj Pancholi in the Jiah Khan suicide case. The High Court had on February 25 stayed trial against Sooraj while hearing a petition filed by Jiah’s mother Rabia Khan challenging the investigating agency CBI’s charge sheet terming Jiah’s death as a suicide.

  • Toyota Innova Crysta launched at Rs 13.8 lakh

    The long-awaited Toyota Innova Crysta has been launched in India at INR 13.8 lakhs (ex-showroom Mumbai). The top of the line variant is priced at INR 20.78 lakhs. We got our hands on one a couple of days ago and have a detailed review ready for you. Spotted at the 2016 Auto Expo, a lot has already been spoken about the Innova Crysta and a lot of readers already know about the

  • VERO MODA launches new deep desert collection

    New Delhi: This summer, VERO MODA’s #TRENDYVEROMODA campaign brings you fast fashion, straight from the international runways. Basis this campaign, the brand highlights one key summer trend inspired by international fashion every single week! And this upcoming week, is all about the Deep Desert Collection!

  • Innova Crysta – 5 Things You Must Know

    The Innova Crysta is launching on 02 May 2016. The car has grown in size compared to the outgoing version, and has a plethora of new features as well. Several leaks regarding details of the car has kept the buzz going around Toyotas best-seller in the country.

  • Worked on bowling slower through the air: Punjab spinner Axar Patel

    Rajkot: Kings XI Punjab’s left arm spinner Akshar Patel, who recorded the first hat-trick of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL), on Monday said he is reaping the rewards for bowling slower through the air. Patel’s four wickets in five balls for his franchise helped break the backbone of their opponent Gujarat Lions’ batting on Sunday. The Kings XI won the match by 23 runs as Gujarat only managed to get to

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    Sony launches wireless speaker for deep bass sound

    New Delhi:Sony India on Monday launched a new portable wireless speaker for music aficionados in India. The speaker offering “extra bass” technology to enhance deep bass sound is priced at Rs.12,990.

  • Terry’s deep down fire will be elusive for Chelsea: Coach Hiddink

    London: Chelsea head coach Guus Hiddink believes the English club will struggle to find another footballer with “deep down fire in body and soul” like veteran defender John Terry. The Chelsea captain’s future is still up in the air with the club’s incoming chief coach Antonio Conte to decide whether the 35-year-old should be offered a one-year contract extension. Terry has struggled with Achilles and hamstring injuries since February, limiting his opportunities

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    AAP MLA can’t be charged under anti-graft law: Delhi court

    New Delhi: A Delhi court has dismissed a corruption complaint against an AAP MLA, saying though it had prima facie found that he had breached the cap for poll expenses during 2013 Assembly election, he cannot be charged under Prevention of Corruption Act as he was not a public servant at that time.

  • China’s Communist Party places outspoken tycoon on probation

    Beijing: China’s Communist Party has punished a property mogul and outspoken government critic by placing him on probation for a year after he criticized state media for pledging absolute loyalty to the party.

  • Jamaat-ud-Dawa seminary attacked in Pakistan

    Islamabad: At least 14 people, including four children, were wounded when unidentified assailants lobbed a hand grenade at a madrassa (seminary) in Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province late on Sunday, it was reported on Monday.

  • Freak hit of ball rules Voges out of county game

    Melbourne: Australian Test batsman Adam Voges, who was rushed to hospital after being struck in the head by a ball during a county game between Middlesex and Hampshire, has been ruled out of the remaining three days of the four-day affair. The incident occured when the Middlesex skipper, who was fielding at slips, was hit on the rear side of his head by a ball thrown to the stumps by a substitute

  • Kings XI’s Shaun Marsh latest Australian to bow out of IPL

    Mohali: Australia’s run of injuries continue as Kings XI Punjab batsman Shaun Marsh has been ruled out of the rest of the Indian Premier League season with a back injury. The 32-year-old picked up the injury during his side’s six-wicket defeat against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 19.Marsh experienced some discomfort while batting and fielding during Kings XI’s recent win against Gujarat Lions and as a result he would head home for

  • Indian weightlifters earn two quota places for Olympics

    New Delhi: Indian weightlifters earned two quota places for Rio Olympics — one each in men’s and women’s sections — at the recently-concluded Senior Asian Championships at Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Indian women lifters collected 100 points and stood third, while men earned 129 points and finished sixth at the Championships, by virtue of which the country earned two berths for the Rio Games, to be held in August. Indian Weightlifting Federation (IWLF) will

  • Smoking inside home makes kids ill

    New York: Children who live with a smoker or have exposure to tobacco smoke inside the home become frequently ill and are more likely to have pediatric health care visits, including sick care, say researchers.

  • Tweets may help predict asthma-related hospitalisations

    Washington: Keeping tabs on tweets may be an effective tool to help prepare for – and prevent – increases in asthma-related emergencies, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found.

  • AIFF Youth Cup to kick-off in Goa on May 15

    New Delhi: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is organising a Youth Tournament in Goa, beginning on May 15, with participation of teams from various continents. The tournament will see five nations — the US, South Korea, Tanzania, Malaysia and hosts India — match up against each other. The tournament organisers are keen to provide exposure to the U-16 national squad who are preparing for the U-17 World Cup, to be hosted