Free Press Journal
  • Heart from Mumbai saves Lebanese businessman’s life in Chennai

    In a happy incidence of heart transplant surgery, a 61-year-old Lebanese businessman in Chennai finally received a heart on Thursday, October 12. As per the Zonal Transport Transplant Co-ordination (ZTCC) centre, it is the first time that a heart has been transported to another city from Mumbai. The said individual was waiting to receive heart for a month.

  • ICC approves nine-team Test Championship, 13-team ODI League; read full details

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday gave the green light to a nine-team Test league and a 13-team ODI league aimed at bringing context and meaning to bilateral cricket. The schedules of the leagues, due to start in 2019 and 2020 respectively, will now be finalised.

  • London retains number one world city rank

    London, London has retained its rank as the number one city in the world shrugging off Brexit worries, according to Global Power City Index (GPCI). The GPCI, published by the Mori Memorial Foundation, ranked London as number one for the sixth year in a row, highlighting the city’s strengths in, its cultural offer and transport links and its rank as a major centre for innovation.

  • Kejriwal blue wagon R stolen

    Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘aam aadmi’ car stolen; AAP leader announces reward

    New Delhi, A creaky Wagon R, used by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal till the 2015 assembly election and which helped cement his position as the “aam aadmi”, was today stolen from outside the Delhi Secretariat, police said. A senior police officer said the incident happened just before noon and was reported to the police around 1 pm. The car was parked on the roadside outside the Delhi Secretariat.

  • Hyderabad: 17-year-old shares shocking post on social media being ending life

    Hyderabad: Two girl students allegedly committed suicide by hanging in separate incidents in the city, the police said today. The deceased are identified as Mounika (20), a final-year BTech student of a private college, and a17-year-old intermediate second-year student. According to police, Mounika hanged herself in the bathroom of her house last afternoon in Suraram Colony following an “argument” with her mother.

  • Amazon suspends executive over sexual assault allegation

    New York: Amazon has suspended the head of its entertainment studio, Roy Price, following allegations he sexually harassed a producer in 2015, media reports said. “Roy Price is on leave of absence effective immediately,” said Amazon spokesman Craig Berman on Thursday. He didn’t provide an explanation, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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    Jammu & Kashmir: Pakistani army resorts to firing on LoC

    Jammu: The Pakistani Army resorted to indiscriminate shelling and firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district on Friday. Using mortars, automatics and small arms they targeted Indian positions, including civilian facilities in Karmara area, police sources said. The firing started around 7 a.m.

  • Nanded civic polls: Congress wins 73; NCP, MIM draws blank

    Mumbai: The Congress has won 73 of the 81seats in the civic polls in Nanded, the home turf of state party chief Ashok Chavan, as per the final results declared early today. Denting the BJP’s bid to wrest power, the Congress was successful in limiting the saffron party’s tally to six in the elections to the Nanded-Waghala Municipal Corporation (NWMC). The results of four seats were kept pending yesterday due to technical

  • California fires kill 31, deadliest in state’s history

    Santa Rosa: The death toll from raging California wildfires has risen to 31 as body recovery teamsused cadaver dogs to locate victims, making it the deadliestseries of blazes in the state’s history. The fires, which began on Sunday, have swept throughCalifornia’s wine country, leaving thousands of peoplehomeless and burning over 190,000 acres (76,000 hectares) ofland. Gusty winds yesterday were hampering the efforts of the8,000 firefighters battling 20 blazes, and weather conditionswere not forecast

  • Corporate Communication: Altering old suit to fit the transformed look

    Corporate Communication: Altering old suit to fit the transformed look

    Franklin’s words couldn’t have had more importance than it has today. In today’s time and age, the avenues and platforms for reaching out to the world are unimaginably vast and diverse. Gone are those days when the medium of corporate communication was just the regular newspaper.

  • Mumbai: Life term for convict in Aditya Ranka kidnapping-murder case

    Mumbai, A Mumbai court today sentenced a man to life imprisonment for kidnapping and murdering a 13-year-old boy four years ago. Principal sessions judge S Agarwal also imposed a fine of Rs nine lakh on Vijesh Sanghvi, who was convicted on October 9 for abducting and killing Aditya Ranka, a south Mumbai resident, on May 13, 2013.

  • Understanding Brand Communication Strategies of Sula Wines

    Understanding Brand Communication Strategies of Sula Wines

    Brand loyalty increases when companies are able to communicate their identity clearly to the consumers. When consumers connect on the same level which the brand portrays, then high brand equity gets established. This communication pattern depend upon the right mix of awareness and availability of the brand.

  • Top institutes offering communications & PR courses

    Top institutes offering communications & PR courses

    There are many colleges in India that offer courses that specialise in advertising and journalism but there are not many which specialise in communications and PR courses.

  • INDCOM 2017: A call to communicators

    Mumbai: A two-day event— INDCOM 2017 which is jointly organised by The Public Relation Society of India (PRSI), Mumbai chapter and Goldman Communications, was attended by the stalwarts of the industry. Popular names like Kumar Ketkar, ex-chief editor of Dainik Divya Marathi and Radhakrishnan Pillai, author of the bestselling management book ‘Corporate Chanakya’, inaugurated the Indian Communication Summit at Nehru Centre.

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    Daily Horoscope for Friday, October 13, 2017

    Aries :- Official trips will be successful to attain your target. You will be proud to own the rewards and will also gain incentives. Enhancing your energy level and stability will improve the prospects

  • FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Difference was ‘too big’ between India, Ghana, says India coach De Matos

    New Delhi: India U-17 chief coach Luis Norton de Matos has admitted that there was too much of a difference between India and Ghana and the result against the Black Starlets was on expected lines. Matos made these comments while speaking at the post match press conference after India completed their Group A engagements in the FIFA U-17 World Cup on 0-4 against Ghana at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium on Thursday.

  • Esha Gupta wishes trollers get a job

    Esha Gupta wishes trollers get a job

    Mumbai: Actress Esha Gupta, who has been a victim of trolls, says everyone has the right to opinion, but trollers will troll on posts. She just wishes they get a job.