Free Press Journal
  • Kaspersky Lab

    Kaspersky Lab warns about financial cyberthreats in Asia Pacific

    Jakarta : One of the key topics of Kaspersky Lab’s Cyber Security Weekend for Asia Pacific Countries that took place earlier this month in Indonesia was financial cyber-security. The company’s experts and guests discussed financial threats that are currently on the rise globally and starting to penetrate the APAC region.

  • RSS protest in Bengaluru over killing of it’s activist

    Bengaluru: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) staged a protest here on Monday against the police inaction post the killing of a sangh activist.

  • Indian cricket very different from that of West, says Dhoni

    Dharamsala : Asserting that Indian cricket is very different from that of other foreign teams, limited overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has asserted that instead of following the West, emphasis should be put on what is good for the team and how it could be turned into a successful one.

  • Meet the fifth-generation Honda CR-V

    Honda has taken wraps off the 2017, fifth-generation CR-V in an event in Detroit. It will go on sale in the States by late 2016. The new CR-V is based on Honda’s compact global platform, which made its debut with the tenth generation Civic. Also, it will be pulled by the Japanese automaker’s latest family of turbocharged petrol engines – VTEC Turbo – globally along with the existing powertrains. The European market

  • Datsun recalls 932 units of redi-GO

    Datsun as issued a voluntary recall for its entry level offering – the redi-GO. This means that, alongside the 50,000 (approx.) units of the Renault Kwid, 932 units of the Datsun redi-GO are being recalled. The problem stated is with the fuel hose clip, and both the Kwid and the redi-GO are being recalled to address the same issue. Underneath their widely varying exteriors, the Kwid and the redi-GO are practically the same.

  • China successfully launches longest manned space mission

    Beijing: China today successfully launched a spacecraft carrying two astronauts, in its longest-ever manned space mission, who would later join its experimental space lab orbiting the Earth as the country moved a step closer to establish its permanent space station by 2022.

  • Get, set, click!

    I have been working on my photography skills for a few months now, understanding light, structure and composition on my own on the internet. I am also going to invest in a DSLR. As of now, I have understood a lot about outdoor photography, although indoors still proves to be a challenge. I want to learn how to work professionally in different environments. Do you think I should continue learning on my own or

  • Serena Williams withdraws from WTA Finals in Singapore

    Los Angeles: US superstar Serena Williams has withdrawn from the elite WTA Finals in Singapore, saying she’s still working to recover from the shoulder troubles that hindered her in 2016.

  • Militants snatches five rifles from TV tower guards in Anantnag

    Srinagar: Militants dressed in army uniform stormed a police picket guarding a TV tower in Kashmir’s Anantnag district and decamped with five service rifles of the cops posted there, a police official said today.

  • Gas Tragedy Memorial worth Rs 180 crore to come up in Bhopal city

    BHOPAL: The memorial of Bhopal Gas Tragedy will be established with inspiration from Hiroshima said gas disaster relief minister Vishwas Sarang while inspecting the Union Carbide factory on Sunday. He added that such memorial is important to make aware the coming generation about such disasters.

  • Your By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES:-you have to spend a lot of time on negotiations at work place at the end you will be with positive results for your company. Your partner needs your time as he/she might have tosharesome feelings.

  • “An education institution should be supportive of the students”, says HR College principal

    All it took was one phone call and we agreed to a time for this interview. Understanding and soft spoken, he is a perfect role model for his students, who can learn much more than just finance and accounting from him. Recently taking over as the I/C Principal, he has several ideas for student development. CA Parag Thakkar, I/C Principal – H.R. College of Commerce and Economics, Churchgate, shares his thoughts with Knowledge. Excerpts

  • Want customer satisfaction? Hire a creative staff: Study

    Washington: Organizations in the service sector that have more creative employees enjoy higher levels of customer satisfaction, suggests a new research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA). The study looked at how creativity-orientated HR practices influence customer satisfaction, says ANI.

  • Alia Bhatt features in Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

    Being one of the luckiest debutants in Bollywood, as she got an opportunity to be directed by Karan Johar in her debut film, Alia Bhatt this time around turned the latter’s lucky charm for his next Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. We hear the actress will be seen in a special appearance in the ‘Break Up’ song, a glimpse of which was unveiled recently.

  • Female chimps don’t fight for rank

    New York: While male chimpanzees actively challenge their superiors to win higher rank, females accept their position in the social pecking order, waiting until more senior group members die before moving up the ladder, new research has found, according to IANS.

  • Mild sedative may reduce delirium risk after operation

    London: A mild sedative could reduce the risk of people experiencing delirium after an operation by up 65 per cent, new research has found. Up to one in three people who have a major operation may experience delirium, causing confusion and hallucinations, says IANS.

  • Japan bans Galaxy Note 7 on airplanes over fire risk

    Tokyo: Japan has barred all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from airplanes, mirroring moves by US regulators and a string of carriers that banned the recalled devices over fire risk concerns.