Free Press Journal
  • AAP, party of theatrics

    Predictably, the AAP Government in Delhi refuses to abandon the politics of the street for a meaningful governance. Being entirely clueless about managing contradictions and composing differences prevalent in all democracies, it resorts to the politics of confrontation at the first available opportunity.

  • 1 in 10 couples admits ‘losing’ spark in relationship

    London : A new poll has revealed that three-quarters of couples have lost the spark in their relationship, while 1 in 10 said the spark started to fade within their first year together, says ANI.

  • Biopic on Sanju baba planned

    Sanjay Dutt is on parole these days as his wife, Maanyata is unwell. But the filmmakers who have completed most of their films with Dutt are under stress about the fact that their films have been stalled as the dubbing is still pending because of Sanjay not being around. With films like ‘Peekay’ and ‘Unglee’ to go into post

  • Video games decide your personality in real world

    New York : How you represent yourself in the virtual world of video games may affect how you behave with your near and dear ones in the real world, claims new research, says IANS.

  • Maha Yuti leaders warn govt against Raju Shetty’s arrest

    Mumbai : In a joint statement, Gopinath Munde, Uddhav Thackeray and Ramdas Athavale of Maha Yuti have warned the Democratic Front government that the alliance leaders will come out on the streets if Raju Shetty, a Member of Parliament and president of Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana was arrested.


    NEW DELHI :  Ignoring recommendations of the state satraps, the Congress on Monday announced new chiefs of the party’s state units in three states that bear a clear stamp of vice-president Rahul Gandhi.

  • Leaders of JD(U), Left, JD(S) meet to push Third Front idea

    Pushing efforts to firm up a Third Front, top leaders of JD(U), Left and JD(S) met here on Monday decided to convene a meeting of 11 parties after the end of the current Parliament session to give concrete shape to a non-Congress and non-BJP alternative. JD(U) leader and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat, CPI leader A B Bardhan, Bloc General Secretary Debabrata Biswas and JD(S) leader H

  • Manmohan greet Koirala

    Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh congratulated Nepal’s new Prime Minister Sushil Koirala after his election Monday. Manmohan Singh, in his message, said Koirala’s election as prime minister represented an important milestone in consolidating the democratic gains in Nepal’s political transition.


    Panel indicts N Srinivasan’s son- in- law Gurunath Meiyappan in IPL fixing case

  • Rohit Shetty’s recipe for success

    Rohit Shetty is that one director who has somewhat cracked the formula on how to make Rs.100 crore film. He has been breaking records left right and centre with the genre he represents – action-comedy – especially with his last film ‘Chennai Express’ which quite literally broke every record ever created.

  • Social media causing short attention spans in kids

    Washington : The impact of social media is making children “need lessons in how to concentrate,” it has been revealed, says ANI. Labour’s Tristram Hunt told The Independent that kids need to learn the ability to concentrate for sustained periods – especially in today’s world of short attention spans. He said that he thinks that young people need help with being able to do that.

  • Teenager breaks Guinness Record for highest score on ‘Angry Birds’

    New Delhi : A teenager has broken a Guinness World Record of getting the highest score on the popular game Angry Birds, reports ANI. Hecaterina Kinumi, who had previously broken a record after playing Final Fantasy X during 38 hours and 6 minutes, got a score of 36.000 points playing ‘Angry Birds Poached Eggs 1-1’, Visual Distinction Corporation reported. The teenager attempted the record and got the highest score the next

  • BJP choice torn between TDP alliance, Telangana

    NEW DELHI :  The Bharatiya Janata Party is for creation of Telangana state at the earliest but the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) of former Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu is keeping it on tenterhooks by making it take the hard choice between Telangana and prospects of winning the Lok Sabha election.

  • Vitamin C jab may help fight cancer

    London : Injecting large doses of vitamin C may boost chemotherapy’s ability to kill cancer cells without harming healthy ones, researchers have claimed, reports PTI.


    The Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Monday wrapped up the alliance deal for the Lok Sabha elections, with NCP supremo Sharad Pawar forcing the old 26:22 formula implemented in Maharashtra in 2004 and 2009.

  • Senior Thai protest leader arrested for flouting law

    Bangkok : A senior anti-government protest leader was arrested on Monday and charged with sedition for violating Thailand’s emergency law, the first to be held as part

  • Parliament functions through debate, not disruption: Prez

    New Delhi :  Parliament functions through debate, dissension and decision and not through disruption, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Monday, and called on all stakeholders, including government and political parties, to do some introspection, reports IANS.

  • Big B: Twinkle Toes, Twinkle Tongue!

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is an icon in many more ways than one. To be all pumped and going at the age of 71 and still carry a film on his shoulders is one thing everyone has been trying to learn from him. But the secret never gets spilled on how he does it!

  • Dialogue with Pak Taliban council positive, says Haq

    Peshawar : Pakistani Taliban’s top negotiator on Monday said dialogue with the banned militant group’s political council was ‘positive’ and its details would be discussed with the government in a day or two.