Free Press Journal
  • Search for a genuine Guru

    MARIA WIRTH WONDERS ABOUT THE CRITERION FOR SELECTING A GURU. GURU GYAN

  • SURVIVORS OF MUMBAI BOMBINGS ARE TRAINING TO RECOVER

    A group of women in Mumbai recently got their first lessons in computer skills and English. That might sound like a limited, practical development, but the organisers behind these workshops have something larger in mind: Developing a global female power base to reject the fear of violent extremism and to help people recover from it.

  • Achooo!

    The rains have come… Achoo ( excuse me!) … along with variety of ailments.

  • Humour can be uplifting and spiritual

    If you want to endear yourself to another person, humour is the shortcut. If you want to mystify your friends, ditto. If you want to convert a goodmarriage into a greatone, ditto. Which is why I love Oscar Wilde. He is the prince of humour. God helps those who help themselves was turned into God help those who help themselves and familiarity breeds contempt into familiarity breeds contempt and children. On his getting shocked

  • LEAD THE WAY

    SUMA VARUGHESE TALKS OF THE QUALITIES ESSENTIAL TO BECOME A GOOD LEADER. SEE IF YOU HAVE THOSE BY ANSWERING A FEW QUESTIONS.

  • Mocambo Khush Hua

    TASNEEM AKOLWALA GOES TO MOCAMBO AND COMES OUT HAPPY.

  • SOJOURN IN SLOVENIA

    UDAY K. CHAKRABORTY TRAVELS TO SLOVENIA, WHICH WILL BE CELEBRATING 20TH YEAR OF HER INDEPENDENCE THIS YEAR

  • YEARS OF STRUGGLE JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

    READING THIS BOOK PROVIDES US A CHANCE TO KNOW JAWAHARLAL WITH ALL HIS IDEALS AND WEAKNESSES BETTER. HE COMES THROUGH AS A CONCERNED HUMAN BEING, DEEPLY INTERESTED IN FREEDOM, NOT JUST OF HIS OWN COUNTRYMEN, BUT OF THOSE WHO STRUGGLED IN DISTANT SPAIN AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA.

  • BOOK REVIEW

    RIVER OF SMOKE

  • A Pocketful of Data

    THE VOLUME UNDER REVIEW IS AONE- STOP SOURCE OF ALL MAJOR ECONOMIC PARAMETERS AND AREADY REFERENCE FOR CRITICAL SOCIO- ECONOMIC DATA SERIES.

  • AVANTIKA CAN TAKE UP ACTING

    NEWLY MARRIED IMRAN KHAN TALKS ABOUT HIS WIFE AND HIS CLEAN IMAGE

  • Salman voted the perfect father

    So what if Bollywood star Salman Khan is single? He has been voted the perfect father figurein a survey by online matrimony portal Shaadi. com.

  • My daddy strongest

    ON THE OCCASION OF FATHERS DAY TODAY, WE ASKED SEVERAL B- TOWN CELEBRITIES IF THEIR FATHER IS AN OLD MAN. AND ALL HAD ONLY ONE THING TO SAY, BUDDHA HOGA TERA BAAP!

  • Cook cook hota hai

    LIPIKA VARMA Asha Bhosle started off in Bollywood as a singer and now she will be seen experimenting with acting with the movie, Maaee. But besides being a part of Bollywood, this talented woman runs a successful business of restaurants.

  • KinectShop- Future of Online Shopping

    What would the online shopping look like in the Future? More personalised, more closer to the real world experience.

  • Sushmaji Dheere Nachhna

    V GANGADHAR MAKES LIGHT OF SUSHMAS THUMKAS AT RAJGHAT.

  • DRAVID IS STILL MOTIVATED BY TENDULKAR

    He has spent 15 years in International cricket but senior India batsman Rahul Dravid says he continues to be inspired by Sachin Tendulkar, with whom he has starred in 19 Test century stands Hes been phenomenal, has had terrific last 2- 3 years and possibly done the best batting of his life, said Dravid in his ever- earnest manner in his first practice session in the Caribbean on Friday.

  • Gambhir defends playing IPL play- off despite injury

    New Delhi Under attack for playing the IPL play- off despite an injury, opener Gautam Gambhir on Saturday said it was his decision to play in that game and rubbished suggestions that he compromised the national teams interests in the process.

  • India face e tough task against Qatar

    Doha India would seek inspiration from their impressive show against Qatar in the Asian Games last year when they face the same opponents in the Olympic football qualifiers second round match here on Sunday. India were leading 0- 1 till the 80th minute in a group match of the Asian Games in Guangzhou but conceded two goals in the last 10 minutes to lose the tie 1- 2.

  • Dont trust DRS, says unmoved BCCI

    New Delhi Unfazed by the criticism it has drawn for opposing the Decision Review System, the Indian Cricket Board today stuck to its stand that it does not consider DRS reliable in its present form. The BCCI, which has opposed DRS since its very inception, has been facing flak from several countries for refusing to use the technology in Test matches. Recently English players such as James Anderson, Graeme Swann and Chris Tremlett