Free Press Journal
  • China blocking India’s NSG entry ‘morally legitimate’: Media

    Beijing: Defending China’s opposition to India’s entry into the NSG as “morally legitimate”, a state- run daily today hit out at India saying the West has “spoiled” the country making it a “bit smug” in international affairs.

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    This is your brain when buying music

    Washington D.C : What happens in the brain when purchasing music? A team of researchers has investigated this question. As soon as social considerations also play a part in economic decisions, our brain seems to switch to a different processing mode, according to the University of Bonn study. In it the participants were able to purchase pieces of music but could themselves set the price to be paid. During the process, the

  • OnePlus ties up with Servify to launch ‘Accidental Protection Plan’

    New Delhi: Global mobile technology startup OnePlus announced its association with Servify launched ‘OnePlus Care’ app to enable customers to self-diagnose their smartphones and avail free pickup-drop service from their home or office, in case of a need to repair their OnePlus devices.

  • launches battery research portal ‘BatteryDekho’

    New Delhi:, India’s largest auto portal announced launch of automobile battery research and discovery portal, to build a comprehensive ecosystem for vehicle ownership and making the battery discovery, research and selection process much more convenient for the Indian consumer.

  • 11-year old kid suffering from cancer writes to PM, UP CM for help

    Agra (Uttar Pradesh): In an emotional appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, an 11-year-old boy from Agra has sought financial assistance for treatment of his blood cancer.

  • Hot food on a airplane? Chef breaks down the logistics

    New Delhi: Food on airplanes is typically unappetizing but airline catering company, TajSATS, which has recently been awarded the ‘Best Inflight Caterer’ for the year 2016, attempts to incorporate inflight innovations through food preparation and presentation .

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    British PM heads to Brussels for summit over Brexit London

    London: British Prime Minister David Cameron is heading to Brussels on Tuesday to address a summit on why the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) as a result of a historic referendum held last week.

  • China bans Lady Gaga after Dalai Lama meeting?

    London: Pop sensation Lady Gaga has reportedly been added to a list of hostile foreign forces banned by China’s Communist party after she met with the Dalai Lama.

  • Olympics could be big failure amid crisis: Rio Governor

    Brasilia: Rio de Janeiro’s interim Governor Francisco Dornelles has admitted the upcoming Olympic Games could be a “big failure” if there were no appropriate measures taken in regards to security and transport.

  • In June, 7 drought-hit states short of water

    Of 11 states ravaged by drought in 2016, seven – Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Telangana – had less than average water in their reservoirs in June.

  • Maradona urges Messi to stay with Argentina

    Buenos Aires: Argentine football legend Diego Maradona urged Lionel Messi not to follow through on his vow to quit the national team after its defeat in the Copa America Centenario.

  • Sensex shrugs off Brexit fears, climbs 82 pts

    Mumbai: Market showed signs of resilience as the Sensex rose by over 82 points to 26,485.28 today after value-buying by investors offset concerns from UK’s shock exit from the European Union.

  • Consolidation in Indian banking sector risky: Moody’s

    Chennai: The multiple downside risks in the proposed consolidation in the Indian public sector banking (PSB) space far outweighs the potential benefits, said global credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Sevice.