Free Press Journal
  • Progress and the lost sounds

    SAMIR NAZARETH wonders whether silence is only  technologically driven or is there a growing consciousness of personal privacy and respect for the other?

  • Stretch the muscles of your heart

    Opening your heart to embrace the person or situation that pains you could be one of the most life-transforming experiences, writes RUBY LILAOWALA.

  • Problems with teenage daughter

    Hi I am a parent of a 14 years old daughter. I found her seeing porn on her cell 2 days back and I’m terribly scared for her. I don’t know since when she is into all this and what else she’s into. Isn’t it too soon for her to be seeing all this? And if at this age, these kids do all this, then what next? She’ll soon start doing drugs

  • Jealous of sister

    Hi. I am 16 years old. I have a sister who always gets all the attention from everyone. She is older and much more intelligent than me. She is good at everything she does. It is like she is the good child and I am the bad one. Earlier it didn’t bother me much. But now since sometime, every time she does something good, I feel jealous. I want her to do

  • Cong attacks Advani’s remarks on Ram temple issue

    New Delhi: Congress today attacked L K Advani’s remark that BJP workers should not be apologetic about Ram temple issue and said the opposition party raises the issue only to capture power.

  • Kejriwal breaks 15-day-long fast, attacks Dikshit

    New Delhi: Activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal Saturday ended his 15-day-long fast with a spirited attack on the Sheila Dikshit-led Delhi government for its “inability” to provide power and water – which he identified as key issues for the forthcoming polls.

  • Samajwadi Party now gunning for Jaiswal

    Lucknow:  After Union Minister Beni Prasad Verma, his colleague Sriprakash Jaiswal has earned the wrath of Samajwadi Party which today demanded that the Prime Minister sack him from Cabinet for levelling allegations of corruption against the UP government

  • Will try to get Rajya Sabha nod for Lokpal bill: Narayanasamy

    New Delhi:  The government will take steps to get the Lokpal bill passed in the Rajya Sabha soon, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions V. Narayanasamy said Saturday, seeking public help to weed out corruption.

  • Cong to fight 2014 polls under Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh

    Guwahati: The Congress will fight the 2014 general elections under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, party general secretary Digvijay Singh said today and questioned the projection of Narendra Modi as Prime Ministerial candidate by the NDA.

  • Narendra Modi to campaign in five districts in K’taka: Shettar

    Bangalore: Narendra Modi will campaign in five districts for Karnataka assembly elections, Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar said today amid speculation on the extent of the Gujarat Chief Minister’s role in the canvassing.

  • Student leader’s death triggers slugfest, questions on campus politics

    Kolkata:  The death of a student leader in police custody has emerged as a major political issue in West Bengal, with the opposition Left Front going the whole hog to pin the Mamata Banerjee government on it. But the plucking off of a young life in its prime has generated a larger debate on the nature of student politics and its spinoff violence in a state high on unemployment.

  • Court imposes Rs 15K cost on Medha Patkar for non-appearance

    New Delhi: A Delhi court today imposed a cost of Rs 15,000 on NBA activist Medha Patkar for not appearing before it in defamation cases filed by her and the head of an Ahmedabad-based NGO against each other.

  • Government should run like an army unit: Gen V K Singh

    Jind (Har): Former Army chief Gen V K Singh has said the country needed a system where the government was run like a military unit, for which the nation is above any caste or religion.

  • Do not complain if you don’t vote: Sunita Williams

    Ahmedabad: Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams today said staying away from voting in a democratic set up is tantamount to losing one’s moral right to complain about deficiencies in the system.

  • Factionalism in Kerala Cong crossing limits, says Antony

    Kochi: Coming down on factionalism in Congress’ Kerala unit, a “pained” Defence Minster A K Antony today said it was “crossing limits” and warned that it could be self-destructive if the partymen do not honour the ‘Lakshman rekha’.