Free Press Journal
  • Contact lenses may soon monitor glucose levels

    New York: Diabetes patients may soon be able to monitor their blood sugar with contact lenses – spelling an end to painful jabs – thanks to scientists who have developed a transparent sensor.

  • “I am very hurt” – Bappi Lahiri on Mohammed Rafi controversy

    “It’s a very bad attitude by those who can’t respect their elders. Whoever has written this dialogue is a zero,” said a visibly hurt veteran musician Bappi Lahiri in a Bollywood Hungama exclusive interview with Faridoon Shahryar today.

  • Wikileaks denies Russia provided access to Hillary Clinton emails

    Moscow: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has denied that the Russian government was the source of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s emails that were published this year, a media report said on Thursday.

  • England tour not our mandate, need payment details: Lodha Committee

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court appointed Lodha Committee today told the Indian Cricket Board that the “proposed MoU” between England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and BCCI “is not a part of the mandate” and no directions can be issued on payments unless details are furnished.

  • Why play politics over OROP, asks Kiren Rijiju

    New Delhi: Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Thursday said no politics should be played over OROP issue. He said the Delhi police are handling the issue according to the law and its discretion, and added that ministers should not intervene.

  • The OROP Issue: Key points of conflict between the government and veterans

    It all started with a very sad demise of 70-year-old retired soldier, Ram Kishan Grewal. The retired soldier allegedly swallowed sulphas tablets on Tuesday afternoon and was rushed to RML hospital where he died on Wednesday morning.  Anticipating trouble, paramilitary troops, police vans and buses were stationed outside the hospital in the morning itself.

  • Honda teases WR-V just days ahead of world debut

    After revealing the official sketches of the WR-V a few days ago, Honda has teased the production-spec WR-V under a veil. The Jazz-based sub-4m SUV will have its world premiere at the 2016 Sao Paulo International Motor Show on November 8. It will go on sale in South American countries in the coming months and its Indian debut is likely to happen in the first quarter of 2017.

  • Launching today: Skoda Rapid Facelift

    It’s time! Skoda’s most affordable sedan in the Indian market gets a thorough makeover today, as the Rapid facelift goes on sale. The new version continues to be based on the same platform as the Volkswagen Vento, but there are a few thoughtful additions as well. Let’s take a look.

  • Mulayam, Shivpal send SP unity message at Akhilesh rath yatra

    Lucknow: Seeking to send a message of unity in the ruling Samajwadi Party which has been battling a bitter power struggle, Mulayam Singh Yadav today flagged off Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s rath yatra in the presence of state SP chief Shivpal Yadav here.

  • Poll, Vote

    Bhopal: Election Commission removes Anuppur district collector

    BHOPAL: The Election Commission has reversed the state government’s decision to appoint Alok Kumar Singh as the collector of Anuppur just before the election model code of conduct coming into effect in the poll-bound Shahdol Lok Sabha constituency.