Free Press Journal
  • Corporate Briefs

    Agri Min proposes Rs 50/qtl MSP hike in paddy, cotton & tur

  • NARGIS CARES MORE THAN SHE SHOWS…

    Nargis Fakhri is one of those rare Bollywood actresses who can take a joke and have a great sense of humour. We all saw a glimpse of how this girl loves a bit of comedy in life on one of the crazy episodes of ‘Kofee With Karan’.

  • Mulayam defends Azam by citing Muslims who ‘saved borders’

    Unnao : Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday seemed to defend party leader Mohd Azam Khan on his controversial remark over Kargil war by making a reference to contribution of Muslims in ‘saving Indian borders’.

  • Splurge | Summer Show

    What: Suchitra Kolkata presents Summer Show. Exhibiting top of the line designer’s sarees, salwar suit & tunics.

  • Globe Trotting

    Hillary Clinton wants older women in politics

  • Red meat could up heart disease risk

    Washington: Researchers have found a link between heme iron, found only in meat, and potentially deadly coronary heart disease, says ANI.

  • HC rejects plea against govt loan to Tata’s Nano unit

    AHMEDABAD : The Gujarat High Court rejected a public interest litigation challenging the soft loan given by Gujarat government to Tata Motors Ltd for its manufacturing unit at Sanand, saying that state governments have the right to offer such sops to attract investment.

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Work and profession are vitally important, though personal relationships too are never far from your mind but today you might be disturbed as you may not be able to give much time to your partner.

  • Dignified

    Save for the unfortunate incidents which marred a public procession some time back, the election campaign in the city, and in the State has so far been dignified.

  • Cop injured in Sena-MNS clash at Mankhurd

    During the stone-pelting, constable Thorbole sustained grievous injuries and was rushed to a hospital in Chembur. He had to undergo surgery and his condition is now stated to be stable (more…)