Free Press Journal
  • How to stay healthy and fit

    When we visit our doctor for relief from pain and sickness she/he gives certain medical advice such as diet restrictions and prescription for medicines and may refer us for pathology tests, radiology tests or consultation by specialist doctors and surgeons et al.

  • The Blind Visionary

    The world is in a tizzy over the yet-to-release Google Glass. There are those for whom the device is straight out of a sci-fi saga of inter-galactic wars and who only hope that the sky-rocketing prices will be more down-to-earth. There are those who believe that such unconstrained innovation heralds the beginning of an apocalypse where privacy is a thing of the past. Somewhere on the streets is a man blessed with

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    Too early to get married

    Inferiority complex

    Hello. I am working at a MNC. I got this job through my cousin brother. I got good reviews from my colleagues and work is going well. But I feel all this is because of my brother. So most of the time I think that people are looking down upon me and mocking me for not getting it on my own merit. I have sort of stopped enjoying also

  • Your Week 26th May – 1st June 2013

    Aries: Achievements and success will be there. At workplace your smartness and charm will impress others. Your opposite sex friend will influence you positively. This is a good time to initiate action on personal projects. Certain amount of debt can be cleared as unexpected gains are likely.

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    Nissan to recall over 22,000 Micra, Sunny cars in India

    Japanese car giant Nissan will recall 22,188 units of its small car Micra and sedan Sunny in India due to faulty braking system, as part of a global exercise to rectify the problem.

  • Defiant Srinivasan refuses to resign as BCCI chief

    BCCI President N.Srinivasan remained defiant on Saturday rejecting demands for his resignation but moves are said to be afoot to oust him in the wake of arrest of his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan on betting charges even as Sunday’s IPL final involving the team may be gone ahead with.

  • Gurunath Meiyappan in police custody; accused of colluding with bookies

    Gurunath Meiyappan, Chennai Super Kings owner and son-in-law of the BCCI chief, used to place “huge bets” on IPL matches and was even divulging team’s strategy to bookies, Mumbai police on Saturday claimed before a court which remanded him in police custody till May 29.


    New Delhi : Pressure mounted for the resignation of BCCI president N Srinivasan in the wake of alleged involvement of his son-in-law and CSK team owner Gurunath Meiyappan in betting on IPL matches even as questions were raised over the future of Chennai franchise.

  • Guru arrested, Team CSK ‘disowns him’

    Meiyappan lands in Mumbai as franchisee disowns him, is questioned separately on betting and match fixing. Would also be confronted with Vindoo and the duo would be jointly interrogated to verify their statements.

  • Key conduit held in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad/ New Delhi : A middle-aged man, who is associated with Bollywood and had alleged links with the underworld, was arrested at Hyderabad airport on Friday minutes before he was to board an aircraft to flee to Dubai.

  • Will not sponsor team if Srini is at helm: Roy

    New Delhi : An upset Sahara Group chief Subrato Roy on Friday lashed out at N Srinivasan and stated that it will not sponsor the Indian cricket team as long as the beleaguered BCCI president stays at the helm.

  • India, US brace for Manmohan’s visit

    New Delhi : India and the US are in discussions to plan for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to America in the “near future”.

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    LBT strike ends, govt forms panel

    Mumbai : With the Government agreeing to make uniform provisions for Local Body Tax (LBT) across the State, the FAM spearheading the agitation has now decided to end it. It has also decided to form a high-level committee headed by the chief secretary and will include representatives of traders.

  • Were Ranbir-Deepika really friends?

    Director Ayaan Mukherjee says they started off cold but came together as the movie progressed

  • Puja talks about her surprise hit ‘Go Goa Gone’

    Actor Puja Gupta has been in a very happy place after the release and subsequent praise of ‘Go Goa Gone’. “I read the script and found it very funny. I enjoyed doing this film,” she says. “It feels good when you believe in yourself and work hard on something. People laughed at me when I signed this film. They thought my role was too small. I just did my work and waited

  • Frenetic, frenzied and fabulous

    Why would a square-peg-in-a-round-hole reviewer enjoy a movie whose target audience is young men? That too, when it remains formulaic with fast cars, furious fights, frenetic chase scenes, crashes and explosions galore.