Free Press Journal
  • Tap your feet to the powerful sound of iBall’s new headphone

    iBall, known for its innovative and latest technology products, announces the launch of its latest ‘MusiTap’ all-in-one Bluetooth-enabled Headset, the ideal blend of Sound and Style that ensures an unparalleled powerful audio experience.

  • Zebronics launches Amazer portable Bluetooth speaker

    Zebronics India Pvt. Ltd, India’s leading supplier of IT peripherals, audio/video and surveillance products, well known for its wide range of innovative Bluetooth speakers has unveiled its latest conception, the ‘Amazer’ portable Bluetooth speaker that plays the dual role of the ultimate ambient and powerful music gadget.

  • Ways to travel hassle-free during currency crisis

    New Delhi : Travelling after demonetisation is a tricky business. You are in a new place where no one is prepared to lend you a credit card and no one is willing to sell without the new currency. Try and book all-inclusive packages and check beforehand to ensure that your travel agent will accept cheques or credit and debit cards, says an expert.

  • Maoists are not Reds, says Minister amid encounter row

    Thiruvananthapuram : Amid a controversy over the recent killing of two Maoists in an alleged encounter in Nilambur forests, senior CPI(M) leader and state Power Minister M M Mani on Sunday said Maoists “kill innocent people” and cannot be considered as communists.

  • 95 per cent black money intact in non-currency form: Brinda Karat

    Chennai : Claiming that 95 per cent of the black money was intact in non-currency forms, CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat on Sunday alleged that instead of targeting it, the Centre wants to “conceal the identities” of those hoarding such illegal wealth.

  • Bob Dylan’s songs being taught as literature at Jamia Millia Islamia

    New Delhi : Literature and music enthusiasts across the globe might be debating the Nobel Prize for Literature awarded to iconic musician Bob Dylan but students at Jamia Millia Islamia have been studying his songs as poems in literature curriculum since 2011.

  • Zyxel launches PLA5236 to fill  dead corners with Wi-Fi

    Can’t reach corners at home and don’t want to deal with long and messy cables? Zyxel today announces a new 1000 Mbps Powerline AC900 Wireless Extender (PLA5236), which extends both Ethernet and Wi-Fi through outlets to help you cover dead corners. It’s the world’s leading powerline paired with comprehensive mobile app support.

  • Companies woo back ‘boomerang employees’

    Mumbai : Facing a talent crunch and high workforce churn, corporates now waking up to hiring ‘boomerang employees’, or ex-staffers who rejoin a firm — a trend which is expected to grow by 10 per cent next year, according to industry experts, reports PTI. “Organisations have realised that many of their employees left which may not have been related to the interest levels in either the employer organisation or the role. “Rather,

  • Anuj Khedkar, Prathiksha smash records

    Mumbai : Rishabh Nehra of Gupta’s Academy shattered the men’s javelin record to share the day’s honours with Anuj Khedkar of Navi Mumbai who smashed the boys’ under-14 shot put meet record and Prathiksha Borkar who eclipsed the girls’ under-18 javelin mark, in the 41st Bombay YMCA State Level annual athletic meet, at the University Stadium, Marine Lines.

  • Counsel queries

    A listening ear

    I want to become a counsellor, and I think studying psychology should help me, but I do not know much more. Please help me. Also, I need help in convincing my parents that I want to take up such an offbeat career. How do I go about it? – Prachi Khare

  • Delhi’s Shamim Khan wrests CG Open trophy

    Mumbai : It all came together for Delhi’s Shamim Khan on the final day of the Rs. 1 crore CG Open 2016. He sank his longest putt of the week, a mammoth 35-footer for birdie on the final hole, for a flawless round of eight-under-62 that helped him wrest the title and the lead in the Rolex Ranking. Shamim’s 19-under-261 total was also the lowest four-round score in a professional event at

  • SBI expects RBI nod on merger of associate banks soon

    New Delhi  : State Bank of India (SBI) expects to soon receive RBI’s approval for the detailed merger plan of its associate banks, reports PTI. The detailed merger plan, including financial implications, HR and asset-liability issues are being vetted by the RBI, sources said, adding that the approval from the central bank is expected anytime soon.

  • MSI unveils new laptops

    MSI India recently held an event at which they gave professionals a chance to see the latest unique gaming and workstation systems. These systems are designed to pack a punch, delivering full gaming and workstation class GPU power in a very small footprint.

  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy board sets up 2 advisory panels

    New Delhi : Putting in place the operational framework for insolvency and bankruptcy law, IBBI is being assisted by two advisory panels with inputs on various aspects, including on service providers and corporate liquidation, reports PTI. IBBI has been set up under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code that seeks to consolidate and amend laws relating to reorganisation as well as insolvency resolution of corporate persons, partnership firms and individuals in a time-bound

  • Rudra Rane enters quarters

     Mumbai : Rudra Rane of New English school (Bandra east) and Hrissha Dubey of Jamnabai Narsee (Juhu) secured comfortable wins to ease into the quarter-finals of the girls’ under -14 group in the Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) inter-school badminton tournament hosted by Bombay Gymkhana and Badminton Gurukul under the aegis of Greater Mumbai Badminton Association (GMBA). The top seeded Rudra outclassed Shravani Kumari while, Hrissha overpowered Adita Rahane with identical scores

  • LatestOne.com launches PTron Andro and AndroX Bluetooth game pads

    LatestOne.com, India’s No.1 Mobile and Tech Accessories e-tailer has announced the launch of PTron Andro and AndroX Bluetooth game pads on their site. This is in line with PTron’s strategy of continuously innovating and introducing new products to meet rapidly changing customer needs and demands.