Free Press Journal
  • Patanjali stores to be set up at airports across India

    New Delhi: Soon all the airports will have exclusive Patanjali stores across the country as JHS Svendgaard Laboratories Limited, a dental and oral health care company has entered into a partnership with Patanjali Ayurved for the venture.

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    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to visit Japan

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will leave for Japan on Wednesday on a three-day visit during which she will co-chair the Ninth India-Japan Strategic Dialogue with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono, it was announced on Tuesday.

  • Google blocks access to its apps on uncertified Android devices

    San Francisco: Google has started blocking access to its apps on uncertified Android devices whose firmware was built after March 16 which could cause trouble to users who like to load custom ROMs on their smartphones.

  • Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir may curtail Tests to prolong international career

    Karachi: Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir is mulling over the prospect of cutting down on playing a number of Test matches in a bid to extend his international career. Rubbishing rumours that he is thinking of giving up his career in the longest format of the game, the 25-year-old said that he had discussed the matter with Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur about managing his workload.

  • Lok Sabha adjourned for the day, no-confidence motion not taken up

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha today failed to take up again notices for no-confidence motion against the government after Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said the House was not in order and adjourned proceedings amid noisy protests over various issues.

  • Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull calls for end to cricket sledging

    Sydney: Australia’s prime minister called for an end to sledging in cricket today, saying it was “right out of control” as he urged the sport to clean up its image amid a ball-tampering scandal. Malcolm Turnbull described the cheating crisis in which captain Steve Smith admitted to masterminding a plot to change the ball’s condition during the third Test against South Africa on Saturday as a “shocking affront to Australia”. He demanded

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    Hanuman Jayanti 2018: Significance, mythology, puja vidhi, tithi, celebration

    Hanuman Jayanti is the celebration of the birth of Lord Hanuman, the Vanara god and devotee of Lord Sri Ramchandra. He is the son of Mata Anjana and Kesari and is also described as the son of Vayu Deva i.e. the wind god. Hanuman Jayanti varies as per regional beliefs but the one that falls on Chaitra Purnima is widely celebrated. It is believed that Lord Hanuman was born on Chaitra Purnima

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    Opposition withdraws no-confidence notice against Speaker

    Mumbai: The opposition Congress and NCP today withdrew their notice of no-confidence against Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Haibhau Bagde. The notice was listed in today’s agenda for the Lower House. The names of 38 opposition members, from the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), were mentioned in the one-line resolution, which said that the speaker be removed from his post.

  • Balanced perspective needed in condemnation, says Steve Waugh over ball-tampering scandal

    Sydney: Former Australian captain Steve Waugh urged everyone to have a “focused and balanced perspective” in ongoing ball tampering scandal that has rocked Australian cricket with their current captain Steve Smith facing a hefty suspension from the Cricket Board. Waugh, who captained one of the finest Australian sides during the late 90’s till early part of new millennium termed the Australian’s team dishonest approach as an “error of judgement” and called them

  • Don’t know about Kim Jong-un’s Beijing visit: South Korea

    Seoul: The South Korean government on Tuesday said that it does not know if North Korea’s Kim Jong-un was visiting Beijing. A South Korean presidential office spokesperson said that the government was closely monitoring the situation, studying all possibilities and communicating closely with the countries involved, reports Efe news.

  • In pictures: See how Big B Amitabh Bachchan helps differently-abled boy while greeting fans

    It is like a routine for Big B Amitabh Bachchan of greeting his fans every Sunday when he is at his home. Big B who is at home after completing the Jaipur schedule of his upcoming movie ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’, greeted his fans outside his residence Jalsa but this was a little special. Big B spotted a differently challenged young boy among the crowd and asked the guards to

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    Amit Shah accuses Congress of creating a rift between Hindus in Karnataka

    Davanagere (Karnataka): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Tuesday accused the ruling Congress party in Karnataka of creating a rift between the Hindus. Addressing a public rally in Davanagere ahead of the state assembly election, Shah said, “On one hand their party President (Rahul Gandhi) talks about uniting Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians, on the other hand their Chief Minister (Siddaramaiah) is creating a divide between Hindus. Such a major

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    Rajya Sabha adjourned for the day amid opposition protest

    New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha was on Tuesday adjourned for the day amid protests by AIADMK and TDP members as appeals by the Chair to give farewell to the retiring members fell on deaf ears.