Free Press Journal
  • Richa Chadda

    Richa Chadha stays mum on ‘Cabaret’ release date

    Madrid: Actress Richa Chadha’s much talked about film “Cabaret” is yet to see the light of day as the film’s release date has been pushed again. She says she has no idea about the reason behind the delay.

  • ‘Dialogue with China should continue despite NSG setback’

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said dialogue with China should continue to boost economic ties despite its strong opposition to India’s bid to clinch membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group.

  • Textile machinery industry doesn’t see much impact from Brexit

    Hyderabad: Textile machinery manufacturers’ body India ITME Society does not see any immediate threat from Brexit, its Chairman Sanjiv Lathia has said. “England is not a big buyer of textile machinery. Textile manufacturing moved away from England long ago to China. So we don’t see much impact on Indian textile machinery manufacturing,” Lathia said here.

  • Panaji Mayor falls in creek, rescued unhurt

    Panaji: Corporation of City of Panaji’s Mayor Surendra Furtado today slipped off a vessel on which a weeding machine was mounted and fell in a creek. However, he was rescued unhurt.

  • Congress

    Asha Kumari appointed AICC in-charge of Punjab, triggers row

    New Delhi: Congress today appointed party secretary Asha Kumari as its in-charge of poll-bound Punjab to succeed Kamal Nath days after he resigned following an opposition uproar but the choice triggered a controversy over her conviction in a land grab case.

  • protect your money

    Modi holds up Pune pensioner’s example to shame tax evaders

    New Delhi: Delivering a warning to tax evaders to come clean on undisclosed income, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held out the example of a retired fellow citizen who regularly contributes a part of his modest pension towards the government’s social development programmes.

  • Normalcy returning to Delhi village inhabited by Africans

    New Delhi: Life for the Africans at the crammed village of Rajpur Khurd in south Delhi’s Chhatarpur is crawling back to normalcy, a month after a group of persons from African nations were allegedly attacked by locals.

  • hockey

    India will win hockey medal in Rio: World Cup winning goalkeeper

    Toronto: Olympio Fernandes, the goalkeeper of the World Cup winning team in 1975, has asserted that the Indian hockey is set to recapture its past glory and the national team will definitely return home with a medal from the Rio Olympics.

  • NSG-meet-seoul

    NSG to meet again, likely to discuss India’s bid

    New Delhi:: The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) will meet yet again this year to discuss the process of inclusion of countries like India, who have not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

  • Allow banks, HDFCs to fund land deals: Parekh to RBI

    New Delhi: In a strong pitch for RBI to allow banks and housing finance companies to fund land transactions, industry leader Deepak Parekh has said NBFCs and foreign private equity players are charging exorbitant rates that push up the cost of land.

  • New leaked iPhone 7 images show large cameras

    New York: New leaked images of Apple’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the iPhone 7 showed that both models — iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus — will have larger cameras as compared to its predecessors.

  • ‘UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more’

    London: The Britain that Scotland voted to stay a part of in a 2014 referendum “does not exist any more”, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

  • Spain votes again in attempt to break government stalemate

    Madrid: Spaniards are voting in an unprecedented repeat election that aims to break six months of political deadlock after a December ballot left the country without an elected government. Opinion polls in recent weeks have unanimously predicted the new ballot today will also fail to deliver enough votes for any one party to take power alone.

  • S Korea to review free trade accord with EU

    Seoul: The South Korean government said on Sunday that it will review the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed with the European Union (EU) following Britain’s exit from the bloc.