Free Press Journal
  • arvind kejriwal

    Kejriwal heckled by women in Amethi

    Amethi:  AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal and his supporters were heckled by a group of women protesters during a road show in Ayodhyanagar here on Sunday. The women protesters, shouting slogan “Rahul Gandhi Zindabad, Delhi ka Bhagoda Wapas Jao (escapist of Delhi go back), showed black flag to Kejriwal, who was in Congress bastion Amethi to campaign for AAP’s Lok Sabha candidate Kumar Vishwas.

  • CFOs: Poll anxieties, regulatory interventions hit growth

    Mumbai : The lingering slowdown, election-led uncertainties and strict regulatory interventions have been affecting growth and pulling down profits, according to a survey of chief financial officers.

  • Allegations against Naik

    THANE: An Independent candidate from the Thane Lok Sabha constituency on Sunday alleged that sitting MP and NCP leader Sanjeev Naik made rampant use of money and muscle power to win elections.Independent candidate Vinod Gangwal, who has filed more than two dozen complaints against Naik and his son, told reporters that unlike the past, the Election Commission is taking prompt action.

  • sharad pawar

    Pawar rules out joining NDA

    New Delhi: NCP chief Sharad Pawar has ruled out the possibility of joining NDA and said it was difficult to “accept” Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister. Pawar said his party would prefer to sit in the opposition with Congress than join NDA.

  • Now, try ‘dummy’ Google Glasses for free at home

    Washington: Google has launched an ‘in-home-try-on’ program in which customer can get free Google Glass dummies for checking how they will look on them, says ANI.According to TechCrunch, these Glasses are just for demonstration purpose, they look same as the real ones, but do not work.

  • ‘End the unholy alliance between political parties and the tobacco lobby’

    Mumbai :  Dr. Pankaj Chaturvedi (Professor, Tata Memorial Centre) and Dr. Pakash C Gupta (Director, Healis – Sekhsaria Institute for Public Health) from Voice of Tobacco Victims (a campaign by Healis – Sekhsaria Institute for Public Health) have been relentlessly requesting the political parties to include tobacco control in their manifesto. “No political party is even talking about tobacco even though it is the biggest public health problem in India. Having said

  • Rajnath hits out at Congress over Vadra’s alleged land deals

    Etah (UP): BJP President Rajnath Singh on Sunday attacked Rahul Gandhi over alleged land deals involving his brother-in law Robert Vadra, saying just like the 2G scam there is also a “jija ji scam” during the Congress’ rule, reports PTI.

  • Rajeev gorged but still lost…!

    Rajeev Kandelwal, who will soon be seen in ‘Samrat & co’ produced by Kavita Barjatya and directed by Kaushik Ghatak, had quite an unusual experience while shooting for the flick in Manali. Apparently, Rajeev is a huge foodie, and given that they shot in winter, the entire crew’s appetites spiked thanks to the freezing cold.

  • Honours pour in for ‘Jal’

    Having gained tremendous critical acclaim both internationally and domestically, Girish Malik’s ‘Jal’ which released on April 4, 2014 has added yet another feather in its cap. The movie which stars Purab H Kohli, Kirti Kulhari, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Saidah Jules, Mukul Dev, Yashpal Sharma and Ravi Gossain amongst others has been named the Best Film in the Special Effects Category at the 61st National Film Awards. JAL’s special effects were done by Intermezzo

  • MNS: An enigma in State politics

    Mumbai : What started as a breakaway from the Thackeray clan and the Shiv Sena eight years ago, Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) is now eyeing a position where it could make or break the State government.

  • A home for Hema in Mathura soon!

    Mathura : Dismissing suggestions that she would leave ‘Braj Bhoomi’ after elections, BJP Mathura nominee and actress Hema Malini on Sunday said that she was close to “buying a house” in the constituency, reports PTI.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Your transparent nature will help you in business today. You might get in to new relationship which might be of soul or for business or profession. In social work your name will be recommended.

  • THE INNER TEACHER

    MANKIND throughout the ages has produced what we call the ‘holy ones’. Through their prophetic utterances, they have lighted the paths of devotees and given guidance to followers. The holy ones set out the rules by which we can live our lives and reach a higher state of existence utilizing the dormant potential lying untapped within us. There are tomes and volumes on the subject of quest for enlightenment; but how do

  • ALL IS WELL

    The Prime minister’s statement in the House of the People has finally resolved the peculiar problem that arose out of a dispute over the separate rights of the House of the People and the Council of States.

  • Corporate Briefs

    ‘Sebi norms on related party deals would pose difficulties’

  • Saudi princesses being held captive by dad: Reports

    London : A Saudi princess, Sahar, has claimed that her father King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has confined her and her three sisters in separate dark and suffocating quarters at his palace where they are isolated, alone and cut-off from the outside world.

  • Women can sound sexy, but men just can’t

    New York : Still do not know why you fail every time to charm her with your voice? You just cannot sound sexy as this is one weapon of seduction that only women can enjoy – the power to make their voices sexier, says IANS.