Free Press Journal
  • Letters to the editor

    Are they at our service, or what?
    The government should seek the help of the defence forces and ex-servicemen in running banks whenever there are strikes by their staff and unions. No service provider has the right to paralyse an essential service and cause great inconvenience to all. It was shocking to read that the two-day bank strike had resulted in about 10 crore cheques, worth over Rs.50,000 crore lying uncleared. Banks exist

  • Let Go Of The Past

    To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you…Lewis.B

  • Govt mulls entry of foreign funds into railways

    New Delhi : Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge Wednesday said the government is considering a proposal to allow the entry of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the railways for creation of infrastructure.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today gains are predicted from partnership and colleagues. Some of you will buy a new house. You are known to marry late but take chances now. Show good progress in love affair.

  • Beauty acts like drug to the brain

    Washington : A new study has revealed that the human desire to look at attractive faces plays a role in how people select their partners, and the rewarding feeling beauty arouses has its roots in the brain, says ANI.

  • Woman should have an identity beyond her looks: Katrina Kaif

    Be it her flawless skin or well worked-out body, Katrina Kaif has always been known for her beauty. But the actress feels “there is more to beauty than just the physical appearance”.
    “I feel it is important not to get overly obsessed and overly carried away with just the physical aspect. There is more to beauty than just the physical appearance.

  • Indian law is the true villain, says Wendy Doniger

    Washington : American Indologist Wendy Doniger whose book “The Hindus: An Alternative History” was withdrawn following objections that it hurt sentiments of Hindus is “angry and disappointed” over the development and says the “true villain” is the Indian law, according to PTI.