Free Press Journal
  • Daughter bullied?

    Hello. I am a mother of a 13 years old daughter. She is an average student and very obedient. I have no complaints about her as she is a perfectly good girl. But recently I have seen her sad and sometimes she is thinking a lot. She has also come back crying from school few times and only tells me in one line ‘they are mean to me’. I want to help

  • Quintana wins Stage 20; Froome virtually secures Yellow Jersey

    Annecy-Semnoz (France) : Britain’s Chris Froome virtually secured overall victory in the 100th Tour de France Saturday after a 20th and penultimate stage won by Colombian climbing specialist Nairo Quintana.

  • Shooters banned for ‘mental harassment’

    New Delhi : National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) handed two shooters one-year and six-month bans respectively even though they were absolved of charges of sexual harassment.

  • Five-star Man United crush Aussie All Stars

    Sydney : Danny Welbeck and Jesse Lingard scored doubles as Manchester United hit form on their Asian pre-season tour with a 5-1 win over Australia’s A-League All Stars on Saturday.

  • The New Godfather

    London : Jose Mourinho, no longer content with simply being the self-anointed Special One, has a new role in mind for himself in a Premier League now missing Sir Alex Ferguson.

  • JSW launch football club

    Bengaluru : The JSW Group announced the launch of its football team, Bengaluru FC with an electric show at the Bangalore Football Stadium, in Bengaluru, on Saturday.

  • CM inaugurates sports complex at Dhavari

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Saturday, inaugurated the first sports complex within the island city limits, built and spread over an area of 12,427 sq. ft. at Dharavi in central Mumbai.

  • India eves in Archery final

    Kolkata : India finally came good assuring themselves at least a silver medal at the Archery World Cup Stage 3 being held in Medellin, Colombia.

  • Hemant, Nirmal win 110m hurdles

    Mumbai : Ahletes Hemant Nagda and Nirmal Yadhav won their respective 110 metres hurdles in style on a rain drenched SAI synthetic track in the Mumbai Suburban District Athletic Championships held at Sports Authority of India Sports Complex at Kandivali on Saturday.

  • Uddhav blows hot and cold on Modi

    New Delhi : Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray continues to blow hot and cold on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’’s candidature as the prime minister.

  • Ishrat encounter Call record can nail Amit Shah: Lawyer

    Gandhinagar : There is more trouble in store for Amit Shah, Narendra Modi’s right hand man as his call detail record (CDR) submitted by the CBI in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case chargesheet seem to bear out.

  • Bihar meal had pesticide!

    Patna : Cooking oil with strains of toxic insecticide compound organo-phosphorus was used for making food at a Bihar primary school where 23 children died after a free meal, police said on Saturday, citing a forensic report.

  • Swimming pool to train firemen unused since 2011!

    Mumbai : Nearly eight years after the deluge of 26/7 and one year after the Mantralaya blaze, nothing seems to have changed in the Mumbai fire brigade. The swimming pool made to train firemen is lying unused at their Antop Hill command centre.

  • Fast News

    Third Hindutva functionary killed in TN, BJP jolted

  • Cong deal with yadav in da case?

    New Delhi : Fuelled by TV reports on Saturday evening that CBI has filed a closure case against Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh in the disproportionate assets case, Opposition parties on Saturday attacked the government alleging the agency was being used as a tool to further political interests.

  • Bhagwat echoes Rajnath’s words

    Gaya (Bihar): A day after BJP president Rajnath Singh’s English bashing, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said it is an “illusion” that English is the only means of progress. “This is an illusion that English is the only means of progress…this is not true,” Bhagwat said at an inaugural function of a school building here. “True education is to develop feeling and dedication for the country,” Rashtriya Swamsewak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak said.  Rajnath

  • MODI PLAYING INTO CONGRESS HANDS?

    Major and minor tremors have continued to rock the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ever since Narendra Modi’s appointment as the campaign chief for the 2014 general elections, reports IANS.

  • Six get life-term in Swiss woman’s gangrape case

    Datia (MP) : Four months after a Swiss woman was robbed and gangraped, a fast-track court in Datia district of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday awarded life imprisonment to all the six convicts in the sensational case.
    Additional District Judge Jitendra Sharma also imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on each of the convicts directed that Rs 50,000 be paid to the victim from it.
    While five convicts Baba, Bhutha, Rampro, Gaza alias Brajesh and Vishnu