Free Press Journal
  • New Goan play vows audiences

    Prince Jacob is back again with a new story revolving around a socio-cultural problem that threatens the very existence of a family in a deeply conservative society (more…)

  • Conserve Nature For A Bright Future

    Around the world, nature is reverently referred to as Mother Nature and her very first act of service is to provide the soul with a body. Our relationship with nature starts with our bodies and every action that we perform affects the physical matter that our bodies are made of. Therefore, every human action inevitably has an effect upon matter, and secondly no one is immune to the effects and consequences of

  • Corporate Briefs

    AirAsia aims to start India operations by April: Chief
    Davos: Malaysian carrier AirAsia chief Tony Fernandes said AirAsia India, its proposed low-cost airline, is expected to start operations by April. “Our confidence grows by the day. We are very excited. I think it is a great time to go into India,” Fernandes, who is here to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meet, said. Speaking to a television channel, Fernandes said

  • Sun shines upon secrets of Monet’s ‘Sunset’ painting

    Washington : Scientists have unravelled the secrets of renowned French artist Claude Monet’s ‘Sunset’ painting and found the masterpiece was painted on February 5, 1883 at 4:53 pm local time, reports PTI. 

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- In business your friends or associates will help you to clear out litigation in proposal. Life partner will give happiness. Students will do well. In academic pursuits also you would gain distinction.
    Taurus:- You may associate yourself with lower-class people for which your near and dear ones might feel concerned. Misunderstandings with associates at your work place are likely today.
    Gemini:- You will be fortunate in respect

  • Letters to the editor

    Dharna in desperation
    It may be news to all that the Delhi Police is wholly under the control of the centre. This reminds me of the story of a Namboodiri in Kerala, who, upon having his box stolen by a thief, was very happy that the key was still with him! It is a cruel joke that to get the police under his control, Kejriwal had to go to the extent of banning