Free Press Journal
  • Scoff-law

    Robert Vadra may prove the chink in the Nehru-Gandhi armour’, says N.V. SUBRAMANIAN.

  • James Bond turns 50

    Never mind that  Bond is 50 years and a senior citizen, her majesty has still not retired him. And neither do the ladies find him old. ERVELL E. MENEZES pays a tribute to the world’s most famous and longest serving spy.

  • Your week By Nilikash P. Pradhan 14th Oct to 20th Oct’12

    Aries: A time of satisfaction comes, which brings you a sense of fulfilment and achievement. You will make the adjustments necessary to work, both in your domestic and personal life, or professional. This is the right time to disclose some of your secrests and share your feelings with your spouse.

  • Buddhist destination Kushinagar beckons with promise of tranquillity

     AZERA PARVEEN RAHMAN travels to Kushinagar near Gorakhpur where Lord Buddha delivered his last sermon before salvation. “One of the amazing things about the Buddha statue is that the facial expression of Lord Buddha seems to change when you look from different positions. (more…)

  • When in hurry eat at Pico!

    GITA HARI says that PICO Express offers fresh food that can relished by the busy urbanites.

  • Will take fight to Khurshid camp: ak

    IAC activist launches indefinite protest demanding Law Minister’s resignation and arrest for UP fraud

  • Kalmadi beats a tactical retreat

    Will not seek re-nomination for upcoming IOA elections, hints at retiring from sports administration

  • Dedicated police post at Azad Maidan!

    Mumbai: In the aftermath of the Azad Maidan riots of August 11, the Mumbai police has decided to start a dedicated law and order desk at Azad Maidan to keep a vigilant eye over the protests taking place there.

  • No payoff from Ispat: Virbhadra

    New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Virbhadra Singh, who is at the centre of a controversy over allegedly receiving bribe money from a private steel company, on Saturday dismissed the allegations and threatened legal action against those behind it even as BJP intensified its offensive demanding a probe.

  • bjp insists on summoning pm, fm

    Says JPC on Spectrum can modify Parliament procedure to summon both the leaders

  • Food poisoning claims 2 workers in Dharavi

    Mumbai: In a case of food poisoning, two workers died and two were admitted to Sion hospital on Saturday afternoon after a bout of vomiting following a meal at home.

  • Don’t tamper with RTI Act, PM told

    RTI activists say the Prime Minister’s concern over erosion of personal privacy will also be used as an excuse to curtail people’s right to information

  • CMmaintaining double standards on Central schemes, says Cong

    BHOPAL: MP Congress Committee said on Saturday that chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan was following double standards regarding the schemes funded by the Central Government. State Congress president Kantilal Bhuria said Chauhan was not able to utilise the funds received from the Centre fully and he had no interest in checking corruption. Bhuria further said Chauhan did not give details of expenses to  the Centre and mad a lot of  hue and

  • Planning for contingencies

    Last week I visited my cousin’s house for Ganpati darshan. His daughter was preparing for a story telling competition. The story chosen by her was about the ant and pigeon. The story goes like this.

  • Nutrient overdose can be fatal

    People who generally pop multi-vitamins usually think that it will improve their health by increase immunity, stamina and strength. Keeping a check on health and ensuring proper protein, vitamin, mineral intake is a good thing but only if you know what you are taking is what you actually need.

  • Multiple vitamin overdose

    Multiple vitamin overdose occurs when someone accidentally or intentionally takes more than the normal or recommended amount of multivitamin supplements. This is for information only and not for use in the treatment or management of an actual poison exposure. If you have an exposure, you should call your local emergency number.

  • CST suitcase murder case finally cracked

    The police has identified the man who had killed his wife and folded her dead body into a red suitcase, which was found on the CST station a few days ago.