Free Press Journal
  • Eating beans, pulses reduces bad cholesterol

    Toronto: Eating one serving a day of beans, peas or lentils can significantly reduce “bad cholesterol” and therefore the risk of cardiovascular disease, a study has found.

  • Spouse of H1B visa holder may get to work in America

    Washington : Spouses of H-1B visa holders with technical skills may be allowed to work in the US under a new initiative by the Obama administration to attract the best and brightest from across the world, reports PTI.

  • Kalki, Rahul speak out

    c KalkiKalki Koechlin and Rahul Bose share a lot in common. Both of them have established a name and an audience for themselves, be it the glitzy fashion and the intellectual cinema that Kalki has been a part of, or the unconventional ways of Rahul.

  • Google to know your Lok Sabha candidate

    Bangalore : Google has set up a dedicated portal to help Indian voters know about their Lok Sabha election candidates, the global search engine said in a statement, reports IANS. “Our new portal – – will help netizen voters to access information about their candidates and the Lok Sabha constituency from where they are contesting and the outgoing lawmaker,” Google India said.

  • GVK to meet court conditions for Oz coal, port project

    Mumbai : Indo-Australian joint venture GVK Hancock on Tuesday said that it would work with regulators and landholders to meet an Australian court’s conditions to gain a lease for its $10 billion Alpha coal mine, rail and port project, reports IANS.

  • EC transfers Bihar officers

    Patna : Following charges of working in partisan manner, the Election Commission transferred three DMs and two SPs. Manish Kumar Verma, DM of Purnia, Lakshmi Prasad Chauhan, DM of Supaul and Navin Chandra, DM of Samastipur, are replaced by Sanjay Agrawal, Ajay Yadav and Adesh Tetrmare respectively.

  • Jaspal Bhatti’s wife floats ‘Nota Party’

    Chandigarh : Having withdrawn from the contest for Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate, actress Savita Bhatti on Tue­­sday floated the ‘Nota Party’ with a ‘wad of currency notes’ being its election symbol.

  • Globe Trotting

    Chinese cup auctioned for record-breaking $36M                            

  • Vidya Balan: Who’s sari now?

    c VidyaVidyaBalanis mostly seen in Indian attire and we all know how she loves her Sabyasachi collection.  But now she has managed to become Bollywood’s classic ambassador of the seven-yard sari.

  • Water Supply

    Nearly a third of the villages in Bombay State do not have adequate water supply.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You might suffer due to blood pressure, injuries, diabetes, sugar and some sexual problems. Chronic diseases will also make you depress and frustrated.

  • Your Most Precious Resource

    OUR ability to think is our most precious resource. Our ability to decide, our ability to choose our own thoughts, is one area where we have complete control. We are where we are and what we are because of our own thoughts, decisions and actions. Nature is impartial. It does not care whether you adopt good models or bad models to lead your life.

  • Handshake can reveal personality

    Business handshakeSydney : A person’s way of shaking hands can say a lot about his personality. According to renowned communication author Allan Pease, certain techniques can communicate dominance or submissiveness, and can affect the outcome of a meeting, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.