Free Press Journal
  • Shivaay: Monstrous ego trip

    Shivaay, is Ajay Devgn’s latest home production in which he wields the baton , plays the tune and ups the risk on the financier’s contributions. His divine obsession with Shaivism is even more markedly pronounced here.

  • DND flyway connecting Noida to Delhi to remain toll free: SC

    New Delhi: The flyway connecting Delhi and neigbouring Noida will remain toll-free for commuters, with Supreme Court today refusing to stay an Allahabad High Court order restraining Noida Toll Bridge Company Limited from levying the cess, saying it should not claim it has built “a road to the moon”.

  • Subramanian Swamy asks PM to form multi-agency SIT to probe Tatas

    New Delhi: BJP MP Subramanian Swamy has demanded constitution of a multi-agency SIT to probe allegations of “certain fraudulent transactions” in Air Asia levelled by Cyrus Mistry following his removal as chairman of the Tata Group.

  • Delhi Police nabs third Pakistani spy Shoaib from Jodhpur

    New Delhi: The Delhi police on Friday arrested a Jodhpur-based passport and visa agent allegedly involved in the espionage ring run by a Pakistani High Commission official.

  • Tit for Tat: Now Pakistan accuses Indian embassy staffer for anti-Pak activities

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday officially announced Surjeet Singh, Assistant Personnel and Welfare officer in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, to be a persona non grata for his “activities that were not in the interest of the national security of Pakistan” and accused India of involving in “terror financing” and “terrorist activities” in the state.

  • Smartphone app may help you avoid a visit to dentist

    New York: Your smartphone may soon be able to help you avoid an unnecessary trip to the hospital in case of a dental emergency, thanks to a new app developed by researchers in the US.

  • Malaysia cargo train derailment strands thousands

    Kuala Lumpur: A spectacular cargo train derailment in Malaysia today left cars piled up like toys, blocking two busy tracks and stranding thousands of travellers on the country’s busy rail network.

  • Pune to host next Davis Cup tie, some changes in team likely

    Pune: Pune is set to host India’s next Davis Cup tie against New Zealand on the hard courts of Balewadi Sports Complex and the team’s support staff could be in for some change as the tenure of both non-playing captain Anand Amritraj and coach Zeeshan Ali is ending later this year.

  • Rebels pound regime in Aleppo battle prelude: Monitor

    Beirut: Syrian rebels fired dozens of rockets at government forces in Aleppo and Latakia province on Friday, in preparation for a bid to break the siege of Aleppo city, a monitor said.

  • Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film to go on floors in 2017

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra says that he, along with writer Abhijaat Joshi, is working on the script of “Marco” — which will be actor Sanjay Dutt’s comeback movie — and that the project will go on the floors in the first half of next year.

  • Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal may damage ties: China warns India

    Beijing: China today warned India that bilateral ties may suffer “damage” and affect peace and stability of the border areas if it allows Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh, which Beijing claims is part of southern Tibet.

  • BSF killed 15 Pak Rangers, 2 Indian citizen died

    Jammu: BSF today said it had killed 15 Pakistani paramilitary personnel while retaliating to cross- border shelling and firing in which two Indian civilians were killed and two injured in Jammu region.

  • Sebi orders three companies to refund investors money

    New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi has ordered three companies to refund in three months the money they raised from investors through issuance of securities without complying with the public issue norms.

  • Mirwaiz taken into custody for taking out protest march

    Srinagar: Moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was today taken into custody after he defied the curfew order and tried to take out a march from his residence to offer Friday prayers at Jamia Masjid in downtown Srinagar.

  • New blood test to diagnose arthritis early

    London: Patients could soon be diagnosed with early-stage arthritis several years before the onset of physical and irreversible symptoms, thanks to a new blood test developed by researchers.