Free Press Journal
  • Google reveals most photographed cities on Earth

    Washington : Google has reportedly released its list of the most photographed locations on Earth using data from geolocated images uploaded by individual users.


    John Abraham is clearly a man who has to plunge in completely – no half measures for this actor. The star, who is very vocal about his love for sports, has joined the league of stars owning sports teams, in owning a hockey team now. He has bought a stake in the Hockey India League Team Delhi Waveriders. More

  • HC refuses to quash cheque bouncing case against Zinta

    Mumbai : In a setback to actress Preity Zinta, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday refused to quash proceedings against her in a cheque bounce case filed by scriptwriter Abbas Tyrewala in a magistrate’s court, asking her to face trial. Justice Sadhana Jadhav, hearing Zinta’s plea, held that High Court would not quash the case and asked the actress to produce in the lower court whatever material she had. The Judge

  • FIIs may dump govt debt if inflation fall reverses: Nomura

    Mumbai:  Overseas investors, who have become net buyers of government debt this year, may reverse the trend if moderation in inflation does not continue. FIIs have pumped in $2.8 billion in debt market this month till January 17. “If inflation does not moderate much, as we expect, it could also prompt the return of higher interest rate expectations, which would increase the risk of net outflows returning,” Nomura said.

  • The AAP mobocracy

    A thin line separates democracy from mobocracy. In the former, laws are made in legislatures by elected representatives of the people. In the latter, legislatures are made redundant, while mobs make laws on the streets. The Aam Aadmi Party has chosen the second option. It has forcibly commandeered a good part of Lutyens’ Delhi these past two days, in order to have its own arbitrary way. It wants the centre to hand

  • Globe Trotting

    Stepfather of Harry’s girlfriend found dead
    London : Prince Harry’s girlfriend Cressida Bonas was said to be in deep mourning after her stepfather Christopher Shaw was found dead at his home. The father-of-three was reportedly found dead on Friday at his rented house in Salisbury, Wiltshire, by his housekeeper, the Daily Mirror reported. Police were called to the house but say there are no suspicious circumstances and an autopsy will be carried out in due

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Overseas connections likely to establish related to your career moves. Finance seems to be satisfactory for the day. New projects will be coming so don’t worry about money problems.
    Taurus:- Your personal life will be a mixed bag, demanding attention on the one hand, sorting issues out, and welcoming new faces in your social network. For single people, love and romantic relationships would be just on your reach.

  • Letters to the editor

    AAP needs to stay on track
    Kejriwal’s unprecedented agitation near Parliament House was unbecoming of his status as Chief Minister. He is now looking out for not only his party members, but also the entire population of Delhi. His confession of being an ‘anarchist’ is childish to say the least. AAP leaders should appreciate that mobilising people is easy, but controlling crowds is difficult. Who would have been held responsible if the frenzied

  • Worst password of 2013 is “123456″

    Washington : ‘123456’ has beaten ‘password’ to become the most common and the worst password on the internet for 2013, researchers say, according to PTI.

  • Preparing for Each Moment

    Anything can happen in a split moment. So how can an aspiring spiritual practitioner prepare for something disastrous that can happen at any moment, and how can he or she tackle the situation of uncertainty?
    Answer-Our whole life should be prepared for each moment. If we have a strong foundation, when a storm comes you will have strength. If we have the wisdom and intelligence that is coming from hearing the great scriptures

  • CIDCO stamp on private realty rates!

    CIDCO has been created to plan and develop Navi Mumbai to decongest Mumbai as well as act as a counter magnet the island city. The beginning was laudable. Adivashi wrote 59 weeks ago that CIDCO managed to attract Mumbaikars to Vashi and other nodes later. Once the sampling was over, CIDCO donned the commercial avatar. The government organisation in a welfare state today is a thorough commercial body. This fact gets proved amply now

  • Corporate Briefs

    SEBI’s Sinha says to look into curbs on currency derivatives
    MUMBAI: The Securities and Exchange Board Chairman U.K. Sinha has expressed confidence that the regulatory curbs on trading in currency derivatives listed on stock exchanges will be looked into. “…I am quite sure that some of the measures which were taken in 2012 or 2013 which have led to reduced volumes in the stock exchange currency derivative market will also be looked into,”

  • Rajasthan to have a Dalit speaker!

    Jaipur : In a master stroke, the BJP decided to have a dalit as the Speaker of the Rajasthan Assembly. The minister of mines and petroleum Kailash Meghwal was nominated the party’s candidate for Speaker’s post. This was the only nomination that the party received and his nomination paper was proposed by former chief minister Ashok Gehlot. As there


    A R Rahman is the nation’s undisputed musical genius. Not just that he is extraordinary (his Oscar is vindication), his music continues to surprise us every single time even after all these years. What’s heartening is that he is still humble, hardworking and very down to earth. It’s a known fact that he owns a music school and

  • Now, Botox for controlling incontinence

    New Delhi : Better known as the miracle aid to fight wrinkles that come with age, Botox is now used to treat incontinence – a condition in which one loses bladder control, leading to involuntary urination – that affects both women and men.