Free Press Journal
  • Why not Antony?

    Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi was an honourable man. He resigned as Chief of Naval Staff following the latest mishap resulting in the death of two officers on Kilo-class submarine ‘INS Sindhuratna’ on Wednesday. His resignation was accepted with  alacrity by the man who ought to have resigned himself. But then Defence Minister A K Antony is a politician. And politicians rarely resign. That is because they never ever accept their own moral

  • MBMC committee moots free sanitary pads to school girls

    Bhayandar: To ensure menstrual hygiene among adolescent girls studying in municipal schools, standing committee of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has made a budgetary allocation of Rs 5 lakh to provide free sanitary napkins.

  • Corporate Briefs

    FinMin allows EPFO to become stock exchange member

  • Globe Trotting

    California man sues McDonald’s for $1.5mln


    Win-win for commuters and BEST

  • Deepika needn’t worry…

     Now this is rather juicy piece of gossip to read. They say one should be very careful while climbing the ladder to success as the higher you climb, the more aloof you become. Such is apparently the case with Deepika Padukone recently.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Job prospects will look up as well. You might come into contact with highly placed people and officers. A large quantity of accomplishment and status might be enjoyed by you.

  • Drop Your Intentions

    A STRONG tendency to keep doing something, whether important or unimportant, becomes an impediment to meditation.

  • ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ leads technical award category at IIFA

    Mumbai : ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ has won nine awards in technical categories at the International Indian Film Academy awards (IIFA) announced on Friday, reports PTI. This year’s IIFA Weekend celebrations are slated for the last weekend of April from 23 to 26 in Tampa Bay, which would also be its debut in the United States.

  • Letters to the editor

    Memories of distinguished MPs
    Vijay Sanghvi’s article has brought to mind the golden era of true democracy that existed in Parliament from 1955 to 1985. There were many illustrious Parliamentarians then, who brought glory to the House by discussing each issue on its merits and putting the then government on the mat.
    Who can forget the true orator Feroze Gandhi, who in December 1955, revealed in Parliament, much to the discomfiture of his father-in-law


    : A junior commissioned officer (JCO) of the Rashtriya Rifles Friday killed himself in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir. Subedar Surinder Singh of 2 Rashtriya Rifles shot himself with his service rifle.