Free Press Journal
  • OPPO Launches A3s, the First OPPO Smartphone With Dual Rear Cameras

    Super Full Screen and 4230 mAH battery further add to the list of innovative features. OPPO, the Selfie Expert and Leader, unveiled its latest mid-range camera phone – OPPO A3s. The A3s is the first OPPO device in the South Asian market which comes with a 13+2 MP dual rear camera along with a 8 MP AI enabled front camera and super Full screen, a combination that desires to offer users the

  • No claimants for Rs 300 crore lying in India-linked dormant Swiss bank accounts

    Zurich/New Delhi: It is the third year since Swiss banks made public a list of accounts lying dormant without any trace of owners and no claimant has come forward for those with Indian links, even as a political slugfest continues in India over alleged black money parked there.

  • No claimants for `300 cr lying dormant in Swiss banks

    New Delhi : It is the third year since Swiss banks made public a list of accounts lying dormant without any trace of owners and no claimant has come forward for those with Indian links, even as a political slugfest continues in India over alleged black money parked there.

  • India, Pak military drill in Russia to focus on anti-terror ops

    New Delhi : Boosting counter-terror cooperation and evolving a common strategy to deal with radicalisation and separatism will be the focus of a mega military exercise in Russia next month, in which India, Pakistan and other member-nations of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation will participate, officials said on Monday.

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    Kolkata court summons Congress leader Shashi Tharoor over ‘Hindu-Pakistan’ remark

    Kolkata: Congress leader Shashi Tharoor was on Saturday summoned by a Kolkata Court over his controversial ‘Hindu-Pakistan’ remark. Kolkata-based advocate Sumeet Chowdhury, in his petition, said that Tharoor’s comments had hurt religious sentiments of the countrymen, insulted the Constitution and that they were intended to create great conflict and disharmony based on the religious divide.

  • NHS is a shining example for India

    Britain’s new foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, became famous earlier this year for injecting a massive dose of funds into the National Health Service. India should also note that one of the reasons Theresa May reiterated in her sustained and spirited parliamentary defence of leaving the European Union was that not having to pay “huge sums” to Brussels would allow Britain to invest more in the NHS. Without entering the raging debate over

  • US tariff on steel may indirectly impact India

    New Delhi : Union Steel Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh on Friday said the 25 per cent tariff imposed by the US on steel import can ‘indirectly’ affect the domestic sector. Singh had earlier said the US’ levy of heavy tariffs on imported steel and aluminium would not have any major impact on steel production in India as steel export to US was only 3.3 per cent of total exports.

  • On This Day in History: July 13, 1974 – India played their first-ever ODI match

    On this day in history, July 13, in the year 1974, India played their first ODI against England. The match was a part of the ‘India tour of England’, which consisted of three Test matches and two ODI matches. Indian team was led by Ajit Wadekar, who was the captain during the tour.

  • England batsmen succumb to Kuldeep’s heroics

    Nottngham : Kuldeep Yadav’s (6-25) heroic bowling effort restricted England at a moderate 268 runs in the first match of the three ODI series at Tent Bridge here on Thursday.

  • India sends back British MP from airport for violating visa conditions

    New Delhi: British lawmaker Lord Alexander Carlile was denied entry into India as he wanted to indulge in “political acts” by addressing a press conference, which is violation of his visa conditions, Home Ministry officials said today. The comments came after Carlile, legal consultant to jailed former Bangladesh prime minister Khaleda Zia, said Indian authorities gave him “no true reason” for revoking his visa and denying him entry into India on his arrival here last night.