Free Press Journal
  • Anti-nuclear protesters lay siege to port as stir spreads

    Tuticorin (TN): In a new show of resistance, anti-nuclear protesters onboard around 500 boats today laid siege to the Port here against loading of uranium in Kudankulam atomic power plant.

  • The bees were heading for beesiness class

    DID YOU SEE that news story about a swarm of bees which declared war on an airport? They buzzzzzed into the cargo hold of a passenger flight in Kolkata and had to be chased out. Less than an hour later, they were back, this time nesting on a cockpit window, the Time of India reported. The pilot slammed his

  • Music launch of the film ‘Dekha Jo Pehli Baar’

    Seen in the photo are Ashfaque, Sudesh Berry, Shravan, R H Chatrapati, Shahnawaz, Afreen & Shamim at the music launch of the film ‘Dekha Jo Pehli Baar’ which was organised by Afreen and Ashfaque Khopekar of Afreen Channel at Raheja Classic club in Andheri West.

  • Last day of the 5th annual China Sourcing Fairs

    The fifth annual China Sourcing Fairs opened recently at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai and will end today. The main objective of the Fairs is to strengthen trade relationships between China and India.

  • Micro Tech Global Foundation organises workshop on ‘Disaster Management Techniques’ & ‘Fire Safety Measures’

    As part of its ongoing Disaster Management Awareness Program or DMAP, Micro Tech Global Foundation, a non-profit organisation exclusively engaged in the promotion of the welfare of the Indian citizens successfully organised a workshop on ‘Disaster Management Techniques’ and ‘Fire Safety Measures’ at Vashi, Navi Mumbai. The half-a-day workshop of MTGF in association with Fires & Security Association of India

  • Dheeraj Kumar welcomes Lord Ganesha

    Dheeraj Kumar, CEO of Creative Eye Limited, who has made many devotional serials in the past is seen welcoming Lord Ganesha on the occasion of Ganesh Chathurti. Creative Eye Limited, in the past has made serials on the life and time of Lord Ganesh namely – ‘Shree Ganesh’ (2003-2004) for Sony and ‘Ganesh Leela’ in 2010 for Sahara-One, and

  • FFFC Club organises Model & Star Awards

    FFFC Club had recently organised Model & Star Awards at Manik Sabhagrih in Bandra, which was planned by K. Suresha who started ‘Films Friends Fans club’ three years ago.  (more…)

  • Second Slew of Reforms

    Tax on overseas borrowings slashed from 20 per cent to 5 per cent, which will be a fillip for infrastructure; scheme unveiled to encourage individuals who have never bought equities of companies to invest in stock market.

  • Kirana stores will be gobbled up: Pm’s Advisor

    Hyderabad : Once the share of overall modern retail in food reaches about 25-30 per cent, it is bound to affect kirana and small traders, Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory council Chairman C Rangarajan admitted on Friday.

  • I’ll live like a tigress: Didi

    Even as the Trinamool Congress MPs were meeting the Prime Minister, Mamata Banerjee was declaring with aplomb in Gaighata, West Bengal, “I am not afraid of anyone; as long as I live, I’ll live like a tigress.”

  • Revive ancient wisdom, value system: Rajpaksa

    SANCHI : Re-iterating the importance of ancient education, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa said “There is a need to go back to the roots of our civilization and search for wisdom that prevailed in our ancient world. The Buddhist and Indic value systems that paved the way to modern concepts of human rights and fundamental freedoms need to be revived”

  • CAG defends Rs 1.85 Lakh Cr figure

    Vinod Rai says the organisation would have failed in its duty by not mentioning the financial gain to the private firms.

  • Will keep fighting anti-people policies, thunders Mamata

    Kolkata : As all the Trinamool Congress ministers resigned from the UPA government to protest against its economic policies, party chief Mamata Banerjee Friday said she would keep on  fighting against the ‘anti-people’ policies of the central government.