Free Press Journal
  • Kia Motors to roll out 16 EVs by 2025: Yang

    New Delhi : Hyundai Motor Company arm Kia Motors, which will enter the Indian market by 2019, on Tuesday, said it plans to introduce 16 electrified vehicles globally by 2025, including a fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in 2020. The company also said it plans to operate a large-scale test fleet for autonomous technology on public roads from 2019, paving the way for commercial production of the technology. “By 2025, we will offer

  • US to scrap protected status for 2.5 lakh Salvadorans in 2019

    Washington : The US government plans to eliminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 250,000 Salvadorans living in the country, a senior official said on Monday. However, the change will not take effect until September 2019.

  • Mistry’s lawyer: nano example of mismanagement

    Mumbai : The lawyer representing Cyrus Mistry, the ousted chairperson of Tata Sons, on Tuesday, told the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) in the city that the Tata Nano car project, and the holding company’s decision to grant concessions to business acquaintances that resulted in major losses, were prime examples of “mismanagement” at the Tata group, reports the PTI.

  • Netanyahu’s son under fire after ‘strip club’ tape

    Jerusalem : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son has been caught on tape seemingly drunk outside a strip club talking about a key natural gas deal, leading to political fallout on Tuesday.

  • Nadal beaten in return but ready for Oz Open

    London : World number one Rafael Nadal made a rusty return from his injury-layoff as he slumped to a straight sets defeat to veteran Frenchman Richard Gasquet in the exhibition event at the Kooyong Classic in Melbourne on Tuesday.

  • Ivanka praises Oprah’s Golden Globes speech; Twitter unhappy

    New York : The whole world is applauding the rousing speech given by Oprah Winfrey at last night’s Golden Globes. Even, the U.S. President’s daughter Ivanka Trump is in awe of the speech and has totally endorsed Oprah’s Golden Globes addressal.

  • I have achieved everything; it’s tough to set new goals, says Paes

    New Delhi : At 44, with 18 Grand Slam titles and an Olympic medal in his cupboard, Leander Paes is finding it “tough to set new goals” but still spent his off-season getting stronger to remain relevant in modern day tennis, which is being dominated by brute power.

  • Police issues arrest warrant against Ram Rahim’s close aide

    Panchkula : Panchkula Police said on Tuesday that an arrest warrant has been issued against Dera Sacha Sauda chairperson Vipassana Insan in connection with the outbreak of violence following Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s conviction in August last year.

  • BJP, BSP, SP Corporators quarrel over national song

    Meerut : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), and Samajwadi Party corporators on Monday clashed over the singing of the national song Vande Mataram during the first Board meeting.