Free Press Journal
  • Two arrested for misusing boarding passes to buy iPhone 7

    Singapore: A couple was arrested for allegedly misusing their boarding pass in Singapore’s Changi Airport’s transit area to buy an iPhone 7, the police said. The pair was believed to have entered the transit area on September 16 to purchase the newly launched iPhone 7, according to a Facebook post by the Singapore Police Force on Thursday.

  • Uri attack: Limited military options with India, say experts

    New Delhi, Despite the clamour for retaliatory action to Sunday’s daring cross-border terror attack from Pakistan on an army base at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir that claimed the lives of 18 soldiers, experts and analysts are of the view that India has limited military options and should look for other paths.

  • New season of ‘Koffee with Karan’ to have ‘surprises’

    Mumbai: The fifth edition of filmmaker Karan Johar’s popular chat show “Koffee With Karan” is set to be back, and channel officials are pulling out all stops to ensure it’s a “cracker” of a season packed with surprises.

  • Kriti has learnt to deal with rumours

    Mumbai: Actress Kriti Sanon, who has been in limelight for rumours linking her to “Raabta” co-star Sushant Singh Rajput, says such things are part and parcel of the industry and she can deal with them.

  • 42 dead as boat capsizes of Egypt’s north coast

    Cairo : At least 42 people were drowned and another 150 were rescued after a boat carrying migrants capsized in the Mediterranean off Egypt’s north coast on Wednesday.

  • DMK says, 6,000 cusecs of water will not be sufficient for Tamil Nadu

    Chennai, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) spokesperson Saravanan on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision, where it has asked the Centre to constitute a Cauvery Management Board (CMB) within four weeks, and said that as per the new order, 6,000 cusecs of water to be released from Karnataka will not be sufficient for Tamil Nadu.

  • Toyota Celebrates 50 Years Of Corolla

    The immortal Toyota Corolla, which is sold in 150 countries, turns 50 this year. The Corolla is the world’s most popular car, and since 1997 it is the world’s best-selling model. The Japanese automaker highlighted in an official release that it has sold more than 44 million units of the Corolla worldwide since the original model was introduced in Japan in 1966.

  • Vijay, Pujara look steady as India reach 105/1 at lunch

    Kanpur: India made a solid start in the opening cricket Test against New Zealand reaching 105 for 1 at lunch on the first day after opener Murali Vijay and one drop Cheteshwar Pujara conjured a half-century plus stand. Deciding to bat in the historic 500th Test under overcast conditions, Indian batsmen looked comfortable even as New Zealand put all three spinners at work.

  • Dieselgate: Previous-Gen Skoda Superb To Be Recalled In India

    It’s now been over a year since VW’s dieselgate scandal broke out, resulting in one of the biggest controversies in the automobile industry’s history. Volkswagen AG has been carrying out global recalls to take corrective measures ever since. In fact, in December 2015, VW Group India announced its plan to recall VW, Skoda and Audi-branded cars powered by the EA 189 diesel engine series to implement corrective updates. The plan is now being put

  • O&M bags five top honours at INDIAA awards 2016

    The winners of the second INDIAA awards were announced recently by the Indian chapter of International Advertising Association (IAA). ‘Real creative advertising is backed by real budgets’ – the credo at the INDIAA awards saw winners in 15 categories. The maximum awards were bagged by Ogilvy & Mather (O&M) in various categories such as media and entertainment; fashion and accessories; insurance; telecom/IT/apps/internet; and travel, tourism and hospitality. Leo Burnett and J Walter Thompson