Free Press Journal
  • PFC organises blood donation camp

    PFC recently organised a Blood Donation Camp on its premises, in association with Lions Club International, New Delhi. PFC Employees responded enthusiastically to the call, and donated blood generously for the worthy cause.

  • Shriram Automall launches corporate website

    In a bid to reach out to a wider customer base, Shriram Automall has successfully launched its corporate website (www.samil.in), which showcases an extensive range of services dedicated to the transport industry.

  • 52nd annual day celebrations of MMK College

    The years spent in school and College are the golden years of our life and the annual day celebration is clearly the icing on the cake, Well, it was no different at the 52nd annual day celebrations of the MMK College, Bandra.

  • Album launch

    Renowned singer Suresh Wadkar, the Indo-Canadian singer Vandana of faith album “Monologs” during the launch of the album which is been released in India by Worldwide Records. Present on the occasion was noted ghazal singer Raj Kumar Rizvi, Vipin Sachdeva (singer), composer Imran Khan (Ustad Sultan Khan’s nephew), Manoj Verma (actor), music director skills Inamdar, Ratnakar Kumar from Worldwide and many others were present. The album “Monologs” Canada has already become popular.

  • HELLO! Classic races

    It was the most awaited event of the year as HELLO!, India’s leading celebrity and luxury lifestyle magazine, and the RWITC came together to host the annual HELLO! Classic races at Mahalaxmi, Mumbai.

  • Eye care

    Dr Keiki Mehta is Director and surgical head of Mehta International Eye institute and Colaba Eye hospital suggests ways for eye care. One of the most common causes of eye fatigue is staring for long periods at digital devices such as computer screens, smart phones or video games.This type of eye fatigue or eye strain is known as computer vision syndrome. Exposure to extreme brightness or glare is bad for the eyes. Also any

  • Bariatric surgery, new way to reduce obesity

    Dr Abhay Agrawal is Mumbai’s leading Obesity and Bariatric surgeon attached to Asian Heart Institute, Seven Hills hospital and runs his own Centre for Obesity Control and  Agrawal clinic in Malad . Obesity is becoming a serious global problem. Until a few decades ago, obesity was a threat only to high-income nations. However, India experienced a rapid socioeconomic transition which led to modifications in nutritional and lifestyle habits. Obesity is a leading

  • Mindscape 6: Journey under the Sky

    Artist Sandeep Bomble recently unfolded the longest Mindscape painting ever in the history of painting exhibitions at the Nehru Art Centre, Worli. This was the 6th edition of Mindscape, comprising of 65 canvases which has been put together to form one large painting.

  • Creative endeavours

    Creative endeavours

    What: An exhibition of paintings by two contemporary artists – Jitendra Suralkar (Pisurwo) and Vikas Malhar. Jitendra Suralkar’s work in acrylic on canvas and charcoal on paper mostly shows creative assimilation of various ingredients through different iconic images on a sentimental planes use of selected geometrical shapes such as triangles & lines mostly add fervour to his endeavours similar to those of some philosophical thinkers of the bygone era.

  • Proteas to play for pride against Lanka

    Cuttack: Wooden spooners South Africa will take on Sri Lanka in an inconsequential Super Six match of the ICC Women’s World Cup at the Barabati Stadium here today.
    Both teams have no chance whatsoever of making it to the final and will be playing for pride when the lock horns in their concluding Super Six engagement today. As of now,  Lanka on two points are placed fifth in the league table while

  • Your day 13th Feb’13

    Aries:- Control your enthusiasm and your impulses as your relatives might have trouble dealing with them. An imperfect use of your energy will bring some health issues.

  • US NAVY SEAL SHOT OSAMA THRICE

    Washington : Nearly two years after the daring US commando raid that killed the 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, a US Navy SEAL who pulled the trigger has  recounted his role for the first time. Breaking his silence on the May 2011 raid on bin Laden’s hideout in Abbottabad,  Pakistan, the commando told the Esquire magazine in an interview published on Monday that he shot the Al-Qaeda leader three times.

  • North Korea’s third nuclear test sparks off global outrage

    United Nations/Beijing : The third nuclear test by a defiant North on Tuesday drew sharp condemnation from the international community, including the UN, US, Japan as well as China, the reclusive nation’s only major ally, reports PTI.

  • France bombs Islamist hideout

    Gao (Mali) : France bombed an Islamist rebel hideout in northern Mali’s largest city, where troops rattled by guerrilla attacks intensified a security lock-down as the French-led campaign against the extremists entered its second month.

  • Indian teacher raped in Maldives

    Male : A 24-year-old Indian computer teacher was brutally raped in Maldives and is in “very serious condition”, prompting India to take up the matter with Maldivian government. A young Indian teacher working  in Alif Dhaal Atoll has been hospitalised after a group of people broke into her home on Sunday night and allegedly raped her, Minivan News reported.

  • Wah! this parrot speaks Urdu

    London : A blue-fronted Amazon parrot is amusing people in UK with his ability to speak multiple languages including Urdu. Rocket, the multilingual bird who speaks Arabic, Urdu and English, can be heard shouting the greeting ‘assalamu alaikum’ – peace be upon you – in Arabic to amazed passers-by, the Mirror reported. The bird is just as likely to sqawk “Hello, how are you?” as “Arg yahaan” – Urdu for “they’re here”,

  • Britain’s Labour Party shows major opinion poll lead

    London : For the first time in nearly a decade, Britain’s opposition Labour Party has registered a strong lead over Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives in an opinion poll.

  • Crying for Afzal Guru

    It says a lot about the unfinished agenda of nation-building that a key part of the Indian Union has to be kept under curfew so that the order of the highest court in the land can be implemented in a case involving the attack on the sanctum sanctorum of Indian democracy.