Free Press Journal
  • Made in India Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class launching today

    Sign it off as yet another triumph for ‘Make in India’ or aggressive expansion plans by Mercedes, the GLC will now have an extremely competitive price tag. The German automaker took wraps off the GLC a few months ago, to plug the gap between the GLA-Class and the GLE-Class.The locally assembled version goes on sale today which is expected to be considerably cheaper compared to the fully imported models.

  • BPCL to seek PNGRB nod for 2 pipelines worth 30 bln rupees

    Mumbai: Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd will seek approval of Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board to construct two product pipelines at a total cost of 30 bln rupees, a senior company official told Cogencis.

  • John no longer missing in action

    He rocked in DISHOOM, the film might not have been the most successful films, but just seeing our favourite John Abraham in the avatar that we liked him the best, made up for his absence.

  • Disney to make ‘The Lion King’ live-action movie

    Washington D.C: The Walt Disney Company has announced that its animated classic, ‘The Lion King’ is the latest movie to be re-imagined as a live action.

  • Women are less likely to get promotions, salary hikes

    New York: Women are less likely to be promoted to managerial positions or get higher salaries as they are perceived to be “intimidating,” “too aggressive,” or “bossy, a new US study has found. The study surveyed 132 companies that represent over 4.6 million workers in the US, says PTI.

  • BlackBerry stops making smartphones

    ONTARIO: After failing to revive its smartphone business despite several efforts, BlackBerry on Wednesday announced it will cease internal hardware development and will focus on software and services, reports IANS.

  • White teeth are desired by everyone

    Tokyo: Compared to average highly priced whitening, it takes only a little bit of time, is inexpensive, on top of it, it’s safe, offers no pain, no eating restrictions, and a natural white colour forms.

  • ‘Force 2’ trailer pays tribute to unsung heroes

    Mumbai: The makers of “Force 2” have dedicated the Bollywood movie’s trailer to all the heroes who have sacrificed their lives for the nation. A special slide has been added to the trailer to salute the “unrecognised martyrs”, says director Abhinay Deo.

  • manish tewari

    BCCI must not think it is above the law, says Congress leader Manish Tewari

    New Delhi: Maintaining that it absolutely bizarre that a report by the Justice R M Lodha panel is not being implemented by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Congress leader Manish Tewari has said the panel’s recommendations haves to be implemented, and added that the cricket body is not above the law.

  • Postponement of SAARC Summit in Islamabad should come as no surprise, says BJP

    New Delhi: With media reports emerging that the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit scheduled to take place in Islamabad in November has been postponed, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that it should come as no surprise because most of the countries in the region are not happy with what Pakistan does in terms of interference and internal matters.

  • Maratha rally in Dhule

    Mumbai: The series of protest marches by Maratha community in various parts of Maharashtra continued on Wednesday as lakhs of people from the Maratha community took part in the silent march in Dhule. The community reiterated their demand of reservations for Marathas in job and education.

  • Family of a 7 year old rape victim gets threatened

    Mumbai: A seven-year-old rape victim and her family members have been getting threat calls to withdraw the case. A non-cogni-sable offence was registered on Tuesday at the Samta Nagar poli-ce station. The victim’s mother had filed a rape case against the accused on September 8. The 28-year-old accused, Gopal Rai alias Sonu, is absconding. He had been staying in the same house where the seven-year-old victim stays with her parents in Kandivali.