Free Press Journal
  • Lakhs throng ghats to celebrate Chhath Puja

    Patna : Lakhs of devotees offered prayers to the Sun on the ghats of the Ganga and other rivers and water bodies across Bihar on the occasion of Chhath, reports PTI. In Patna, fasting men and women thronged the ghats of the Ganga and stood in waist-deep water to offer prayers to the setting Sun.

  • Two matches cancelled

    Men play cricket amid heavy smog in New Delhi on Sunday. Thick smog has blanketed the capital for days, with local and central authorities meeting to resolve the crisis.  

  • Abhishek Verma: From defence to cola, film biz

    New Delhi : Controversial arms dealer Abhishek Verma has said he is getting into the cola and food business by bringing a Lithuanian brand to the country under the ‘Make in India’ initiative, besides tapping into Bollywood by starting his own distribution network, reports PTI.

  • Asthma, allergy cases rise sharply in Delhi

    New Delhi : Cases of severe breathlessness, asthma and allergy have sharply risen in Delhi as the city remains blanketed in thick layer of toxic air due to the worst smog in 17 years, reports PTI.

  • Justice Mukul Mudgal may move High Court against removal of selectors by DDCA

    New Delhi : Justice Mukul Mudgal, who was appointed observer to oversee the functioning of DDCA, is likely to move Delhi High Court this week against the cricketing body’s decision to sack those selectors appointed by a panel set up by him. Justice Mudgal told PTI he intended to bring to the high court’s attention the steps taken by the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA). “To me it appears that my

  • Meizu India unveils its much-awaited M3S smartphone

    Meizu, leading Chinese Smartphone brand today announced the launch of much awaited m3s smartphone in the Indian market, which will be sold exclusively through Snapdeal.

  • Army engineers finish work for laying water pipeline in Ladakh

    Leh/New Delhi : Unfazed by the ‘sit-in’ by the Chinese border guards at Demchok in Ladakh that led to a face-off with Indian troops earlier this week, Army engineers have finished the work for laying a water pipeline for irrigation purpose for local villagers in Ladakh division, reports PTI.

  • Air masks flying off shelves in Delhi-NCR

    New Delhi : With Delhi witnessing its worst spell of smog in 17 years, sale of air masks has seen an upsurge in the past week with stores across the national capital and neighbouring regions running out of stock.

  • RAPOO launched BIS certified Power Banks

    RAPOO, a global leader in providing cutting-edge wireless IT peripherals, introduces three Power-packed BIS Certified Power Banks in the Indian market with a staggering 5000mAh, 10,000mAh and 10,400mAh power capacity, enabling users to charge their smart devices multiple times. RAPOO power banks come as the ultimate solution to all the charging woes, with versatile features owing to its compatible hardware platform.

  • Air pollution may hit sex activity in Delhi: Experts

    New Delhi : Delhi’s worst air quality of the season  is a matter of serious concern even for the city’s healthy residents as it could affect their sex drive and activity, fertility experts said on Sunday, reports IANS. According to experts, air pollution can cause 30 per cent reduction in sex activity due to its adverse effects.

  • FC Pune City win

    Pune : FC Pune City resurrected their chances in the Hero Indian Super League with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Atletico de Kolkata at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Stadium, Balewadi-Pune, on Sunday.

  • ‘Head high despite defeat’

    Doha : Bengaluru FC’s dream run to Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup may have ended agonisingly with a defeat in the final but coach Albert Roca said the achievement of his boys may trigger a new era in Indian football.

  • Delhiites take to streets for their right to breathe

    New Delhi : As the pall of smoggy gloom suffocates all and cripples life in the national capital, the people from all walks of life geared up to carry out a series of protests beginning today to fight for their right to breathe.

  • DIGISOL presents wireless dual band adapter

    DIGISOL Systems Ltd., (100% Subsidiary of Smartlink Network Systems Ltd.) a leading provider of Active Networking products, announced the launch of Wireless Dual band USB adapter DG-WN3860AC.

  • Crusaders Technologies unveils new air purifier

    Crusaders Technologies, one of the leading manufacturers of Air Purifiers in India has rolled out, XJ-3900-A Air purifier with 6 filters to cleanse the indoor air from dust particles to toxic gases. The state of the art air purifier leverages a combination of the best air purification technologies in the world including: Washable pre-filter, carbon filter with coconut shells, HEPA filter (MERV 17 grade for 0.3 micron), Tio2 photo-catalyst filter, 15 UV

  • Lanky Rosalin bags three golds

    Mumbai : Lanky Rosalin Lewis of Agnel Gymkhana performed a remarkable feat by winning 100m, 200m and 400m – all record-breaking effort – on the concluding day of the India Masters Athletics 5-District Track & Field Championships, at the University Stadium on Sunday.

  • Blaupunkt Cape Town 940

    Blaupunkt introduces multimedia navigation Cape Town 940.The Blaupunkt Cape Town 940 is the company’s flagship in-car unit. It has a 6.8-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen. The 940 is a head-unit with an actual operating system, android version 4.1.1 JellyBean, and hence promises to offer up all the conveniences and features of your average android smartphone in your car. Running an OS like Android on a multimedia device opens up a lot of possibilities

  • MIG Cricket Club win

    Mumbai : Kevin D’Almeida’s smashed a blistering unbeaten 142 runs to power MIG Cricket Club to a five-wicket win over Dr. D.Y. Patil SA on day-two of their Group-A second round league match of the Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. sponsored 69th Police Invitation Shield Cricket Tournament – 2016, and played at the MIG CC ground, Bandra, on Sunday.