Free Press Journal
  • Typhoon Noru kills two in Japan

    Tokyo: At least two people were killed and 47 others injured as typhoon Noru lashed through Japan’s Honshu island before moving in a northeasterly direction on Tuesday morning, the weather agency said.

  • India is a Global Servicing Hub for Alfa Laval Products

    For over three decades, Anantha Padmanabhan has been serving Alfa Laval at various senior and leadership positions in India, Indonesia and Middle East. Appreciating his work, the company appointed him as the MD of the company and cluster president Middle East and Africa in January 2017. Before joining the company, he was with Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited, an Indian government company. A mechanical engineer who underwent management training – with Stanford

  • Spotlight is on gender diversity for Sandvik

    Since 2014 as the MD of Sandvik India, Parag Satpute has been mapping the growth strategy for the company in India. MBA holder from UK-based Warwick Business School, Satpute has been with the company for over 15 years and have held several leadership positions in India and Europe. In his previous assignments, he has led large cross-cultural and cross-functional global teams driving collaboration and synergies that facilitate deliverying on business, employees and

  • In Pictures: Nargis Fakhri’s exotic holiday in Athens

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Nargis Fakhri is enjoying the beach time and chilling out at an exotic island in Athens. She shared a pictures in bikini on Instagram where she looks too hot.

  • HBO hackers threaten to leak more GoT material, demand money

    Los Angeles: Hackers behind the HBO data breach posted a fresh cache of stolen HBO files online on Monday, which includes a script summary of an upcoming ‘Game of Thrones’ episode and a month’s worth of emails from the inbox of one of the company’s executives.

  • CUTE! Salman Khan seen rolling on the floor with nephew Ahil

    Salman Khan’s love for kids is widely known. The superstar has famously said few times that he desires children more than wife. Ever since the birth of Ahil, son of his sister Arpita Khan and Aayush Sharma, Salman Khan has been bonding very well with the newborn baby. Arpita Khan has posted pictures and videos of both of them enjoying each other’s company. The fans obviously have lapped it up.

  • Will seek CBI probe if necessary: Subramanian Swamy on stalking case

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday said that he is in the process of filing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Chandigarh stalking case, as the state police is not doing justice to the case and has succumbed to political pressure.

  • Soldier injured in Pakistan shelling on LoC

    Srinagar, An Indian soldier was injured in a ceasefire violation by the Pakistan Army along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district, a Defence Ministry official said on Tuesday.

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    Your daily horoscope- 8th August by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Many new experiences will strengthen your faith. You are now capable of assimilating differing and contrasting viewpoints and attitudes. Romantic relationship will be fine.

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    Nine new swine flu cases detected in Uttar Pradesh

    Lucknow: Nine students have tested positive for swine flu in the Uttar Pradesh capital, taking the total number of cases in the state to 150, health department officials said on Tuesday. The management of the schools where these children were studying have been asked to step up awareness and ensure a close watch on swine flu symptoms on other students. So far, 12 people have died in the state due to swine flu, the

  • Ujjain: Exhibition to promote handloom products amongst youth

    Ujjain: In tandem with the Indian Government’s attempt to promote handcrafted products in the country, particularly amongst the youth, the Government Girls Post-graduate College (GDC) organized an event on Monday. The Government has also declared August 7 as National Handloom Day to be celebrated every year.

  • Indore: Rakhsha Bandhan celebrated with festivity and fervour

    Indore: Rakhsha Bandhan was celebrated across the City with great enthusiasm on Monday. Markets were abuzz till late Sunday night, as people, especially young girls had been in massive preparation mode for the festival of sibling love. Despite recent slowdown in trade post enactment of GST, the day witnessed handsome business in city with large number of people thronging markets to pick up essentials.

  • Ujjain: CM performs worship at Mahakaleshwar temple

    Ujjain: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited the Mahakaleshwar temple on the last Monday of Shravan. Accompanied by his wife and son, he performed worship and ‘abhishek’ at the inner sanctum of the temple and prayed for the well being, health and prosperity of the State and country. He also prayed at the Siddhi-Vinayak temple, Bhadrakali temple and Sakshi-Gopal temple situated in the Mahakal temple premises.

  • Indore: CM assures of Sardar Sarovar oustees’ rehabilitation

    Indore/Dhar/Bhopal : Social activist Medha Patkar and other protesters were on Monday hospitalised by police on the 12th day of the indefinite fast over rehabilitation of the Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP) oustees, even as the Madhya Pradesh government assured to look after the well-being of the displaced people. “Patkar and other protesters were removed by the police from the spot as their condition deteriorated,” Indore Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dube told PTI.

  • Thane celebrates Raksha Bandhan with great zeal

    Thane: Thane city is famous for its cultural aspect. This lake city celebrates every festival with similar zeal. Raksha Bandhan is a festival of special bond between brothers and sisters and also to express the gratitude towards the people who help us in various ways. In Thane Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in various moods. Somewhere it was for communal harmony, and somewhere it was celebrated with those sections of the society who are