Free Press Journal
  • PM, Suu Kyi discuss democratic reforms in Myanmar

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday met Myanmar’s pro-democracy iconic leader Aung San Suu Kyi and discussed the process of national reconciliation and democratisation in her country.

  • Supreme Court drops contempt charge against Pakistani PM

    Islamabad:  The Pakistan Supreme Court Wednesday withdrew contempt proceedings against Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf over a letter to Swiss authorities seeking reopening of corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, a media report said.

  • US Sikhs welcome Obama message on Diwali

    Washington: Sikh community in America has welcomed President Barack Obama’s message of Diwali greetings praising their resilience in the wake of the August shooting at Oak Creek gurdwara in  Wisconsin.

  • Guiding Light- Principles for a harmonious Marriage

    Across all religions there is a universal concept that when a man and woman marry with proper attitude they become one body. They don’t merge into each other’s existence, but it means that they start living for a common purpose – to serve God together. They share the same goal at many levels. First – I will do anything to protect you and you will do anything to protect me; this is

  • Phone romance goes wrong as ‘boyfriend’ turns out to be a 60-year-old man

    Kannaur, Kerala: This was one ‘love affair’ that did not have a happy ending. After professing love over a year over mobile phone, a 23-year-old engineering post-graduate was shocked on seeing at their first meeting that her ‘boyfriend’ was a 67-year-old man.

  • Human intelligence progressively diminishing

    London: Humans are losing intellectual and emotional capabilities because we no longer need intelligence to survive, a new study has claimed, PTI reported.

  • Fewer Indian students going to America; Chinese, Saudi surge

    Washington: Amid an all-time high international education exchanges, fewer Indian students are coming to America, while there is a surge of Chinese and Saudi students while more American students are going to India.

  • Titan is world’s most powerful supercomputer

    London: A computer called Titan, which is 10 times more powerful than the last lab machine, has claimed the title of the world’s most powerful supercomputer, reports PTI.

  • Goa’s fishy problem: falling haul blamed on preying jellyfish

    Panaji: If fish is on your food menu during a Goa visit this year, you are in for competition. Swarms of toxic jellyfish have suddenly surfaced in Goa’s inland waters, preying on small fish and fish larvae, especially in the Mandovi river off Panaji, and experts say the phenomenon can further deplete the state’s falling fish haul this year.

  • Bleak economic scenario

    On the eve of Diwali, there was more bad news on the economic front. It was a grim reminder yet again that not all the ministerial hot air can reverse the slowdown.

  • Seeking attention

    There is no denying the all-round decline in moral values. Even the high-minded RSS leadership seems not to be immune from the general phenomenon.

  • Karzai’s Delhi visit vital

    In all his public statements during his stay in India Karzai made no bones about delivering sharp messages to both the US and Pakistan

  • India and China: A developing relationship

    Isn’t it time India forgot the humiliation it suffered at the hands of China in 1962 in a short but startling war? The blame lies as much on India as on China. The first point to remember is that our leaders had little knowledge and less understanding of China and the psychology of its leaders.

  • Letters to the editor

    Skywalks are a haven for beggars & junkies

  • Djokovic sinks Federer

    London : Novak Djokovic produced a masterful display to end Roger Federer’s reign as ATP Tour Finals champion as the world number one swept to a 7-6 (8/6) 7-5 victory in the final.

  • Bhupathi-Bopanna end runners-up in ATP finale

    London : History slipped out of the hands of Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna as the Indian pair lost the summit clash of the ATP World Tour finale to Spanish pair of Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez on Monday.