Free Press Journal
  • Indian economy is not in good shape, says former PM Manmohan Singh

    New Delhi: Former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Monday struck a cautionary note stating that the Indian economy is not in a good shape and added that several rating agencies, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has downgraded the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate from 7.6 percent to 6.6 percent.

  • How Ancient Indus civilization sustained climate changes

    London: The Indus Civilisation underwent a period of climate change about 4,000 years ago, say scientists who suggest that the ancient population in India used a variety of subsistence practices to cope with diverse environments.

  • Amino acid could now help detect extraterrestrial life

    New York: NASA scientists have developed a simple method that could aid search for signs of life on other planets by analysing amino acids, the structural building blocks of all life on Earth. The test uses a liquid-based technique known as capillary electrophoresis to separate a mixture of organic molecules into its components.

  • NASA’s space radio system can track flights worldwide

    Washington: NASA’s new space-based radio system can track aircraft in real time across the globe, an advance that could make air travel safer and ensure that flights can be quickly located in case of mishaps. NASA’s powerful radio communications network allows us to receive data such as pictures of cryovolcanoes on Pluto – or tweets from astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).

  • Finally! BCCI has got rid of politicians, bureaucrats who were enjoying, says Azad

    New Delhi: Former cricketer-turned politician Kirti Azad on Monday welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to appoint new administrators for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), saying the new panel would see that the Lodha panel recommendations are implemented across the cricket board and state associations.

  • Meet Tsar, the rare tiger-lion offspring

    Rostov-On-Don/ Russia: An extremely rare cross between a tiger and a lion has been born in a travelling zoo in southern Russia, one of only a few dozen of the animals believed to exist. Named Tsar, the two-month-old liger cub, is the offspring of a tigress Princess and lion Caesar, zoo director Erik Airapetyan told AFP.

  • KWK SNEAK PEEK! Farah-Sania all set to dazzle everyone

    New Delhi: Earlier, in ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, we saw what happens when BFF’s Farah Khan and Sania Mirza come together. And now, the duo is all set to treat their fans with another much wilder ride.

  • Paytm’s journey now a case study at Harvard

    New Delhi: Paytm’s journey from being an online recharges platform to building India’s largest mobile payments platform has been selected as a case study by the India Research Centre of the Harvard Business School, the e-wallet company said on Monday.

  • Sports Ministry names Bindra, Gopichand in India’s Olympic task Force

    New Delhi: Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday set up a Task Force comprising sportspersons like badminton coach Pullela Gopichand and Olympic gold medallist shooter Abhinav Bindra among others to prepare an action plan for the next three Olympic Games.

  • DDCA controversy: Delhi Court dismisses Kejriwal’s plea

    New Delhi:) A city court today dismissed the plea of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and five other AAP leaders seeking to be heard on point of framing of notice in a criminal defamation complaint filed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley against them in regard to the DDCA controversy.

  • Amulya Patnaik appointed as Delhi Police Commissioner

    New Delhi: Superseding two officers, Government today appointed Amulya Kumar Patnaik as Commissioner of Delhi Police, a post that fell vacant after Alok Kumar Verma was made CBI Chief.

  • One million sign petition to cancel Trump’s UK State Visit

    London: An online petition seeking cancellation of US President Donald Trump’s State Visit to the UK has quickly crossed the one-million signature-mark to be considered for a debate in British Parliament, amid international uproar over his controversial immigration ban on people from seven Muslim nations.

  • RSS defamation: My fight is against the ideology that killed Gandhiji, says Rahul

    Bhiwandi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who ahead of the 2017 General Elections accused the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) of being responsible for Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, on Monday appeared before a court in Maharashtra’s Bhiwandi amidst campaigns for the upcoming assembly polls in five states.

  • You mobs don’t scare me: Anurag Kashyap to online trolls

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has attacked online bullies in an emotional Facebook post, saying he has “zero political affiliation” but does not see anything wrong in posing questions to the government.

  • Now Rajput groups want Bhansali to change ‘Padmavati’ title

    Jaipur: Protests over “Padmavati” took a new turn today with Rajput groups coming up with fresh demands of title change and a review before the release even as Bhansali productions made it clear that there is no romantic dream sequence between Rani Padmavati and Alaudin Khilji.