Free Press Journal
  • Apple, Samsung take battle to US Supreme Court

    Washington: The epic legal battle pitting Apple against its bitter rival Samsung over the design of the iPhone reaches a new level today when it heads to the US Supreme Court.

  • Congress ask Parrikar to prove allegations on ‘dalali’ remark

    New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Manohar Parrikar for alleging the UPA regime indulged in ‘dalali’ in the helicopters and submarines deal, the Congress Party on Tuesday dared the Defence Minister to take the party to the court if he has sufficient evidence to implicate them.

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    Shah Rukh Khan is back with #AskSRK and Twitter is going crazy

    If there’s anyone in the Bollywood who is witty and charming at the same time, then he is Shah Rukh Khan. And when it comes to a one-to-one session with his ‘Fans’ he is a pro. Today King Khan was back with his #AskSRK session on Twitter and the hashtag has been trending since then. The witty actor took some time off to answer to his fans. But little did he know that the fifteen minutes

  • Akhilesh supporting Rahul Gandhi’s comment is condemnable: BJP

    New Delhi, Bharatiya Janata Party leader Siddharta Singh on Tuesday reacting to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav soft endorsement of Vice-President Rahul Gandhi’s ‘khoon ki dalali’ remark said that such an endorsement for the sake of alliance and bonhomie is condemnable.

  • Launch of Hyundai Tucson gets delayed

    The Hyundai Tucson’s launch – which was supposed to happen on October 24, ahead of Diwali – has been deferred. Now, the much-anticipated SUV’s release date is believed to have been shifted to sometime before the end of this year. However, the bookings for the Tucson have already commenced at select dealerships, though unofficially.

  • Arthritis drug may also work for rare eye disease

    London: A well-known rheumatoid arthritis medication may be effective for treating non-infectious uveitis, a rare eye disease that can lead to loss of vision, new research has found.

  • RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat praises Modi govt, Surgical Strike

    Nagpur: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat lauded the army carrying out surgical strike and also praises the Modi-led government. Bhagwat said India was steadily progressing under the Narendra Modi government and also hit out at those indulging in appeasing “bigotry forces”.

  • Gene therapy may treat Alzheimer’s: Study

    London: Injecting a specific gene directly into the brain may offer a potential new therapy for halting the progress of Alzheimer’s disease, especially when treated at an early stage, a new study has claimed.

  • Islamic State confirms minister of information death

    Beirut: The Islamic State group has said that a senior operative considered the group’s information minister had been killed, confirming an earlier Pentagon report.