Free Press Journal
  • Boeing to supply Harpoon missiles to India from US

    Washington: The Unites States Department of Defence has given a USD 81 million contract to Boeing for the supply of all-weather, over-the-horizon, Harpoon anti-ship missiles to India. According to the contract details, Boeing has been awarded USD 81,271,024 for firm-fixed-price modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-price contract to exercise an option for the procurement of 22 Lot 89 Harpoon missiles, associated containers and components for the Government of India under

  • Apple iPhone 7 enters 30 more countries from Saturday

    New York: After a stupendous response from 28 countries in the first phase beginning from September 16, Apple’s iPhone 7 ans iPhone 7 Plus will now be available in additional 30 countries, starting from Saturday.

  • Family releases shocking video of Charlotte shooting

    Charlotte (US): The family of the African-American man whose death has triggered days of unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina, released a dramatic video of the moment he was shot by police, raising pressure on the authorities to make their own footage public.

  • Hyd rains: KCR monitors situation; NDRF, Army kept on standby

    Hyderabad: With heavy rains causing havoc in the capital and other parts of Telangana, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has ordered officials to set up control rooms in all the districts to reach out to marooned people with necessary relief.

  • Raj Thackeray

    If you have guts, send your suicide bombers to Pak: SP dares Raj Thackeray

    Mumbai (Maharashtra): As the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) asked actors and artistes from Pakistan to leave India within 48 hours or it would “push them out”, the president of the Maharashtra unit of the Samajwadi Party (SP), Abu Azmi, on Saturday dared MNS chief Raj Thackeray to send his suicide bombers to Lahore and Karachi instead of intimidating people coming to India from Pakistan legally with India visas.

  • 4 dead in shooting at US mall, shooter at large

    Los Angeles: Four people were killed today in a shooting at a mall in the US state of Washington with police searching for at least one gunman described as a “Hispanic male”.

  • Leena Yadav, Giving voice to women!

    Filmmaker LEENA YADAV talks about the hurdles of making a woman centric film in India like PARCHED, in an exclusive conversation with SHUBARNA MUKHERJI SHU.

  • Emraan starts prepping for CAPTAIN NAWAB

    Emraan Hashmi, who recently turned produced with Captain Nawab, directed by Tony D’Souza will start prepping for the role next month. The film, inspired by true events, will see Emraan essay the role of an army man for the very first time and sources reveal that the actor will also experiment with his look for the film, to look every bit the part. None of the actor’s previous

  • Here’s why you shouldn’t give ‘Banjo’ a miss

    Eros International’s musical drama Banjo, directed by critically-acclaimed filmmaker Ravi Jadhav, featuring Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri releases this Friday. The fabulous response to the trailer and songs has piqued everyone’s curiosity and the movie is highly anticipated.
    Here are five highlights of the inspiring story of street musicians, considered as first ever based on musical instrument – Banjo!

  • Mumbai: 17-year-old raped in Kalyan

    Mumbai, The Khadakpada police station in Kalyan registered a First Information Report in connection with an alleged rape of a 17 year-old minor girl, resident of Mumbra. The incident took place on the night of September 16 at a public toilet in Kalyan railway station on platform number 2.

  • Gujarat government suspends 10 per cent EBC quota

    Gandhinagar, In a dramatic about turn, the Gujarat government has suspended the implementation of the 10 per cent reservation in educational institutions and government jobs for Economically Backward Classes (EBC) brought into effect by an Ordinance passed on May 1 this year.
    A notification was issued to this effect late in the evening on Friday by the General Administration Department (GAD) directing all government departments to refrain from providing jobs or school admissions to children of

  • Indian targets selected, reply will be strong: Pak

    Islamabad, Pakistani defence forces have readied an “operational plan” to give a befitting response to any “misadventure from war-mongering India” and targets in India have also been selected for an immediate quid pro quo, a Pakistani daily said on Friday quoting defence sources.

  • Zodiac Circle Illustration

    Your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will take wise decisions today. There will be gains through short term market. Invest in equities. You will get fame and honour in politics. Chance of romance with opposite sex is likely.

  • Perfection by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    When we are joyful, we do not look for perfection. If you are looking for perfection then you are not at the source of joy. Joy is the realization that there is no vacation from wisdom. The world appears imperfect on the surface but underneath, all is perfect. Perfection hides; imperfection shows off.

  • Sorry, no Cauvery water, K’taka tells Tamil Nadu

    The legislature on Friday passed an unanimous resolution to not release Cauvery water for any other purpose than for the basic requirements of Bengaluru city and the areas which come under the Cauvery basin. (more…)

  • Terrorists involved in Uri attack had 2 maps

    Uri : Two maps depicting the general topography of Uri were recovered from the four terrorists who stormed into an Army camp here even as the army intensified efforts to identify the exact stretch along the Line of Control (LoC) from where they entered India.