Free Press Journal
  • I was never desperate…

    ‘The Lunchbox’ made for a delectable treat but her journey over the past 9 years was no piece of cake… Nimrat Kaur shares nuggets of the same with Shubarna Mukerji Shu.  (more…)

  • Nigerian filmmakers seek tie-ups with Indians to take on Hollywood

    Accra (Ghana) : Nigeria, one of Africa’s largest nations and its most populous, is keen to collaborate with the over $2-billion Indian film industry to promote better understanding between the two countries and provide competition to Hollywood.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Family and close associates will serve good sounding boards and help you develop the practical aspects of your plans while pruning out your flights of fancy. Those in politics and social sector will do well today.

  • Globe Trotting

    David Cameron ‘stung by jellyfish’ during Spanish holiday

  • Alagiri factor continues to haunt DMK in southern TN

    Chennai : The rumblings within DMK that rocked the party after dismissal of M K Alagiri, its South Zone Secretary seems far from over, as the 63-year-old leader continues to pledge to rout it in the April 24 polls.  Alagiri’s voice of dissidence, amidst the full swing electioneering by other political parties in Tamil Nadu, cannot be ignored as the leader addresses supporters in various parts of the state and openly pronounces his

  • Corporate Briefs

    Govt: India needs multi-pronged approach to energy security   

  • Unemployment

    There is tinge of irony in the report that India, which is deplorably short of doctors, has 150 men with medical degrees registered as unemployed at the Government Employment Exchanges.  For all we know, there may be more unregistered, unemployed or under-employed doctors in the country.