Free Press Journal
  • Launch of a flying car for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

    Toyota has its sights set on a Blade Runner future as the Japanese automaker backs a move to launch a flying car in time for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The company is giving about 42.5 million yen (375,000 USD) to the Cartivator project, which is developing the three-wheeled sci-fi car that relies on drone technology to take flight. The flying car is dubbed as ‘SkyDrive’.

  • Islamabad court adjourns hearing of Pak man on his Indian wife

    Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court today adjourned the hearing of a petition by a Pakistani man seeking an order barring his Indian wife from leaving the country before the settlement of their legal issues. Tahir Ali had moved the court last week against 20-year- old Uzma, an Indian national who had travelled to Pakistan earlier this month.

  • Ayushmann Khurrana

    parshakti takes his own decisions: Ayushmann Khurrana

    New Delhi: Aparshakti Khurrana made a successful Bollywood debut with Aamir Khan’s “Dangal” last year and his actor-brother Ayushmann says he is glad that the newcomer got the movie on his own merit.Aparshakti played the nephew of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir) in the biographical sports drama. His role of Omkara was the narrator of the film and provided comic relief to the plot.His second film was this year’s Alia Bhatt-Varun Dhawan

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav case: 10 arguments that India made

    Kulbhushan Jadhav has got death sentence in Pakistan , but India challenged his death sentence in International Court of Justice (ICJ) to make him free. As the processing is going and both the countries has got 90 minutes of time for keeping their case. The former Indian Navy officer arrested from Pakistan Iran border on espionage charges. India says Jadhav has been kidnapped and framed. Islamabad has rejected 16 Indian requests for

  • Kabir Khan brings back the 60’s for Tubelight’s The Radio Song

    Mumbai: Here’s some exciting piece of information for Salman Khan fans! The actor will be launching the first song of Tubelight in Dubai on the 16th of May amidst much fanfare! With just 1 day to go, Dubai is prepping themselves to be lit up with the actor’s charm! Director Kabir Khan went the extra mile to shoot The Radio song.

  • Iran wants India to pay 3X gas price for awarding block and ONGC

    New Delhi: In fresh conditions, Iran wants India to pay more than triple the gas price for award of the coveted Farzad-B natural gas block to ONGC Videsh (OVL). Iran wants India to buy all of the natural gas to be produced from the Persian Gulf block at a price equivalent to. the rate Qatar charges for selling liquefied natural gas (LNG) to India under a long-term deal. Qatar, as per a

  • Man tries to get Aadhaar card for Osama bin Laden

    Jaipur: Osama bin Laden is dead and gone but a Saddam Hussain operating an E-Mitra kiosk centre in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara district tried to make an Aadhaar card for the slain Al Qaeda terrorist.

  • Ujjain: Children learn about significance of optimism at swimming camp

    Ujjain: Summer vacations are most anticipated time of year in the life of students. It is best time when students can indulge in activities other than studies and learn many new skills. Also, it is an opportunity to explore new pursuits which eventually shape personality of an individual. One such camp is being conducted at Madhav Club where school children are learning advance swimming techniques under guidance of specialised coach form National Institute of

  • Japanese military plane with four crew missing

    Tokyo: Japan’s defence ministry sent planes and helicopters to search for a military aircraft with four crew members aboard that went missing earlier today.

  • Ujjain: Hotel Shanti Patace: Three more UMC engineers face the heat

    Ujjain: Three engineers of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) were booked on Saturday over dereliction of duty for allowing owner of Hotel Shanti Palace to carry out construction work on agricultural land. They had also cleared the building map without taking necessary documents regarding diversion of land into consideration.

  • Employment outlook dips by 6 percentage for Apr-Sep 2017

    New Delhi: Overall hiring sentiment for the first half of this fiscal suffered a decline of 6 percentage points as sentiment for small businesses remained down, while large businesses are looking to hire more, says a survey.

  • ICICI Bank reduces home loan rates by 30 bps

    Mumbai: Private sector lender ICICI Bank on Monday said that it has reduced interest rates by up to 30 basis points (bps) for home loans of up to Rs 30 lakh. “With this reduction, salaried borrowers can avail home loans at among the lowest rates in the industry. Salaried women borrowers will get home loans at 8.35 per cent and others at 8.40 per cent,” the private sector lender said in a

  • India at ICJ demands Pakistan annul Jadhav death sentence

    The Hague: India on Monday demanded before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) that Pakistan annul the death sentence of alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav and see that he was not executed as his trial was held under “farcical” circumstances in violation of the Vienna Convention.

  • Ujjain: Traffic awareness programme to be launched in city soon

    Ujjain: Simhastha Fair Authority chairman, educationist and social activist, Diwakar Natu has initiated traffic awareness programme in the city. To encourage people on following traffic and road safety laws and promote safe driving, series of hoardings will be installed in the city. The planning is almost complete and execution will start shortly before new school session commences.

  • SP feud: Akhilesh avoids uncle Shivpal in UP Assembly

    Lucknow: Strained relations in the Yadav family once again came to the fore when Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav today avoided his uncle Shivpal Yadav in the Uttar Pradesh assembly.

  • Pandemonium in UP Assembly, paper missiles thrown at Governor

    Lucknow: The first sitting of the 17th Uttar Pradesh Assembly witnessed unruly scenes and pandemonium on Monday with the opposition disrupting proceedings and throwing paper missiles at Governor Ram Naik.