Free Press Journal
  • No rift, Manmohan Singh will be PM till 2014: Congress

    Dismissing reports of a rift between the PMO and the party following dropping of two ministers from the cabinet, the Congress Monday asserted that there was no change in its position that Manmohan Singh will be prime minister till 2014.

  • Mumbai housing prices soar by 66% in 4 yrs

    Housing prices have increased by an average 66 per cent in Mumbai over the last four years on account of steady demand and rising input cost, according to property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).

  • Sensex drops 431 points

    The BSE benchmark Sensex on Monday declined the most in more than 14 months by losing 431 points on across-the-board selling mainly in FMCG, capital goods, metals and auto stocks, amid a surge in April trade deficit.

  • Nawaz Sharif invites Manmohan Singh to Pakistan

    Nawaz Sharif, who is poised to become Pakistan’s prime minister for the third time, Monday said he would invite Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to his oath-taking ceremony and reaffirmed that he would forge friendly ties with India.

  • The ‘LION OF PUNJAB’ is Back

    Islamabad/Lahore : Nawaz Sharif was poised for a record third term as Pakistan’s Prime Minister with his PML-N party today taking an unassailable lead in parliamentary elections, which was welcomed by India with whom he pledged to restart the peace process.

  • Imran alleges rigging from hospital

    Islamabad : Crickter-turned-politician Imran Khan today said his party would act as a “solid opposition” even as he alleged that the general elections in Pakistan were marred by rigging in some provinces.

  • Cong in damage-control mode, after PM dithered

    New Delhi : With media reports hinting in diverse ways that the resignation of the two tainted ministers – Ashwani Kumar and Pawan Bansal – came at the insistence of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, a perception had gathered that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was not in favour of sacking the twosome.

  • Soon, plants to help generate electricity

    Washington : Researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, have found a novel way to harvest solar power to generate electricity, by stealing the energy from plants, reports PTI.

  • Nobody likes a ‘fat-talker’

    Washington : Women who engage in “fat talk” – the self-disparaging remarks girls and women make in relation to eating, exercise or their bodies – are less liked by their peers, a new study has found, according to PTI.

  • Facebook makes ‘moving on’ difficult

    New York : Even though photos of your ex on Facebook can be deleted with just a click, the proliferation of social networking sites has made forgetting after a break-up a bigger chore, a new study has found, reports PTI.

  • Fun and friends help ease breast cancer pain

    Washington : Breast cancer patients surrounded by people with whom they can have a good time or positive social interactions with, are better able to deal with pain and other physical symptoms of the disease, according to a new study, reports PTI.

  • Walnuts may reduce heart disease risk

    Washington : Consumption of whole walnuts or their extracted oil can reduce heart disease risk and boost cardiac health, a new study has found, reports PTI.

  • Eat fresh fruits to avoid dehydration

    New Delhi: In this scorching heat people are at high risk of dehydration and worse. Apart from drinking lots of water, expert advise is to eat fresh fruits to avoid a heat stroke.

  • Natural remedies to cure skin problems

    New Delhi : Are you looking for some natural remedies to get rid of skin related problems. Try out rose water as it helps in removing skin clogs and blackheads or you can also opt for aloe vera pack for glowing skin.

  • “I Am …” Sonia Choquette

    Did you know that the words I am … are very powerful metaphysical words? Whenever you say, “I am”, you proclaim who you are and want to be to the Universe, to others, and to yourself-and the Universe agrees and makes it so. That’s why it’s so damaging to make proclamations such as: “I am unhappy”, “I am broke”, “I am sick”, “I am fat”, or “I am unlovable”- these statements absolutely

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Promote your skills tactfully especially with the people responsible for the advancement of your career. Some inventions from you will surprise your seniors but don’t disclose formulas.

  • 29 sarpanchs to challenge building permission order

    Indore: The Sarpanchs of 29 villages that were brought under the Indore Municipal Corporation limits have decided to move court challenging the State Government’s order of confirming the right to award building permissions on the IMC. The sarpanchas said that they are the elected candidates and the power to give building permission to the IMC can’t be taken away from them until their tenure is over.