Free Press Journal
  • Internet users to reach 3.47 billion globally in 2017

    New Delhi: With the biggest surge in smartphone adoption happening in India and Vietnam and user base expected to grow by almost 20 percent in both countries, the year will see 3.47 billion people using the Internet, market research firm eMarketer has said.

  • BREAKING: Arjun Kapoor plays the brave Maratha warrior Sadashiv Rao Bhau in Ashutosh Gowariker’s grand historical

    Ashutosh Gowariker is making what he is known for best – a historical. His next, stars Arjun Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt and based on the third battle of Panipat, which ended up in victory of Durrani Empire. It was a long-drawn battle lasting over months and is considered one of the largest and most eventful fought in the 18th century.

  • Workplace technology key to market success: Adobe study

    New Delhi: Organisations are strategically investing in workplace technology to improve success metrics and attract employees for whom cutting edge tech is more important than other office amenities, says a study. According to Adobe’s the Future of Work: APAC study, released today, workplace technology is rated above all other office amenities like relaxation area, beautiful office design and access to food and beverages.

  • Willing to extend deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar to March 31, 2018: Centre to SC

    New Delhi: The Centre today informed theSupreme Court that it was willing to extend till March 31 next year the deadline fixed for mandatory linking of Aadhaar for availing various services and welfare schemes. The Supreme Court now will be setting up a five-judgeConstitution Bench next week to hear several pleas seeking an interim stay on the Centre’s decision of mandatory linking ofAadhaar. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra was

  • India’s Road Ahead conference by Free Press Journal and Moneycontrol: Meet the panelists

    Despite India being the second largest road network in the world, there is a constant need for the network to evolve and add more roads to this network if we want to connect the ever-growing population of the country. At the same time, as was clear when the US suffered the crippling economic depression of the 1930s, there is nothing like road-building to provide jobs and to catalyse economic growth.

  • “I wish I had a producer like Shashi Kapoor when I was starting out”, says Sanjay Leela Bhansali

    “The first film I ever saw in my life was Jab Jab Phool Khile. I must have been all of 6 at that time. And it left a lasting impression on me. I saw it over and over again and couldn’t stop singing and dancing to Shashi ji’s ‘Hum Ko Tum Pe Pyar Aaya’. What I remember the most is Shashi ji’s charisma and natural performance. He was so effortless. Even for

  • Peshawar, Peshawar pays tribute to Shashi Kapoor, Candle vigil, Shashi Kapoor, Kapoor family's ancestral home, Qissar Khwani bazar, Kapoor Haveli

    Candle vigil held in the memory of veteran actor Shashi Kapoor

    Peshawar: A candle vigil was held outside veteran actor Shashi Kapoor‘s ancestral home, near the historic Qissar Khwani bazar, yesterday. The Kapoor Haveli, situated in the Dhaki Nalbandi area in the interiors of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, was built by Kapoor’s grandfather Dewan Basheswarnath Singh Kapoor in the early 20th century, who lived in the city. Cultural Heritage Council (CHC) Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa paid tributes to the Hindi cinema star,

  • Bigg Boss 11, Shilpa Shinde, Shilpa Shinde's mother, Bigg boss 11 promo, Definition of mother, Shilpa Shinde's mom emotional video

    Bigg Boss 11: Shilpa Shinde’s mother left everyone in tears with her definition of ‘MOTHER’; watch video

    The 10th week of Bigg Boss 11 is going to be an emotional ride for housemates as well as viewers of the show. Reportedly, this week, family members of each housemate are going to be entering the house. However, Shilpa Shinde’s mother left everyone in tears with her visit in which she defined a definition of a mother and her importance.

  • Gender discrimination lawsuit against Google dismissed

    San Francisco: In a respite for Google, a judge has dismissed a gender discrimination lawsuit from former Google employees that accused the tech giant of paying male employees more than women.

  • Why step-motherly treatment to farmers? Rahul Gandhi asks PM Modi

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “step-motherly treatment to farmers” saying that he has not waived off farm loans and not given proper market price for their produce.

  • 55 kg heroin worth Rs 5 crore seized from Indo-Pak border

    New Delhi: In one of the biggest contraband seizures along the Indo-Pak border, the BSF confiscated about 55 kg heroin worth Rs 5 crore in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district, official sources said.

  • Sensex rebounds 149 points in early trade

    Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex staged a strong comeback in early trade today gaining over 149 points on widespread buying by participants amid positive Asian cues.

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    Mumbai: Not just rains, even potholes are back on city roads

    Mumbai: Mumbai roads and potholes have become the synonyms, which no one would be happy about, and now it feels as though Mumbai cannot get rid of the potholes even in winter. Mumbai has witnessed unseasonal rains because of Cyclone Ockhi and, with rains, even potholes are back in the city.

  • Bitcoin surges above USD 14,000 to new high

    London: Bitcoin crossed $14,000 on Thursday, surging $2,000 in less than 24 hours, a new record high for the cryptocurrency.  Bitcoin began the year below $1,000 but continues its sharp rise despite warnings of a dangerous bubble, reports the BBC.