Free Press Journal
  • Emotional bonding in advs

    Gowri Bhardwaj says that      emotions plays a key role for an advertiser in creating brands.

  • The Taj Mahal Challenge

    Is it possible to build a new Taj Mahal in 12 weeks? Yes, says V GANGADHAR, if the job is given to our famous Thane builders and the work supervised by Thane civic officials.

  • Bhakti Movement

    MEERA S. SASHITAL helps us understand the origin and the driving force behind the Bhakti movement.

  • Bootcamp for the soul

    RUBY LILAOWALA says negative situations makes you learn. Adversity can be a stepping stone to success.

  • Fatal attraction

    Hi. I am 17 years old. This is very embarrassing to tell but I think I’m in love with my cousin. I know I am not supposed to feel this way but I really get excited whenever there is a family function as I will get to meet him. And I just find ways to talk to him or be with him. I will never ever do anything more than that but I really

  • Blast from the past

    Hi I had an extra marital affair 3 years back. My wife forgave me at the time but she keeps brining it up in almost every fight and still makes me feel bad about it. How long am I supposed to repent on it? I can’t tolerate these accusations anymore and I refuse to be insulted time and again. I have been very understanding and caring towards her after that and I

  • Plane misses Bali runway and lands in sea

    A Lion Air passenger jets missed the runway at Bali airport Saturday and landed in the sea but everybody on board survived. The Boeing jet carrying more than 100 passengers missed the runway as it came in to land in good weather conditions at Denpasar airport on the Indonesian resort island.

  • Sharad Pawar pulls Ajit Pawar’s ears

    Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar Saturday pulled up his nephew and Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, terming his remark on drought-hit and power deficit areas as “improper” but said that now that he has apologised, he should be forgiven.

  • JD-U may give BJP time to declare prime ministerial candidate

    The Janata Dal-United began a meeting here Saturday amid signals that the party may not immediately press the BJP to declare a prime ministerial candidate for the 2014 general elections, while maintaining its reservations over Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Dumper mows down two, rams into sixteen vehicles

    Mumbai : A heavily loaded dumper truck went on a rampage, ramming 16 vehicles in a half a km stretch, killing a mother-son duo and injuring six other motorists at Jogeshwari on the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli link road on Friday afternoon.

  • UPA leader sought help to oust govt, claims Gadkari

    New Delhi : Former BJP President Nitin Gadkari on Friday refused to name the ‘influential political leader’ in the UPA Government who ‘’sought his help to bring down the government’’.

  • JD(U) will ask BJP to reveal its trump card

    New Delhi : In a move seen to be a pressure tactic, the JD (U), the biggest constituent of the NDA after the BJP, is holding a two-day meeting of its national council from Saturday, ostensibly to put the saffron party on notice regarding the choice of the prime ministerial candidate.

  • No mercy for terrorists: SC

    New Delhi : Rejecting Khalistani terrorist Devinderpal Singh Bhullar’s plea for commutation of death sentence, the Supreme Court on Friday said it cannot be done in the case of terrorists or those involved in mass killings on the ground of delay in deciding their mercy plea.

  • Slapgate: Sreesanth hits out

    New Delhi : Claiming that he has got the only copy of S Sreesanth- Harbhajan Singh ‘slapgate’ video, former IPL Chairman Lalit Modi has said that the BCCI had not made the footage of the incident public on the suggestion of vice-president Arun Jaitley and said he would now consider releasing it.

  • Rae Bareli, Amethi lose VVIP status

    Lucknow : The Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh gave yet another signal of its growing alienation from the Congress by withdrawing (more…)

  • Governor says he has failed

    Kolkata: Two days after Presidency University was vandalized by alleged Trinamool Congress workers, West Bengal Governor MK Narayanan addressed students on the campus and started by apologising for the incident. “I have failed you as a Governor, I have failed you as a chancellor. There are others who have failed you as well,” an emotional Narayanan said. A day after hundreds of students, faculty members and alumni marched to Raj Bhavan and