Free Press Journal
  • Peace through strength

    Mr. Anthony Eden’s recent speech at Blackburn asserting Britain’s policy of achieving peace through strength is in keeping in tradition with Troy traditions.

  • FMC meets MCX heads, reviews stake sale

    Mumbai: Commodities markets watchdog Forward Markets Commission (FMC) met Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) officials here and reviewed progress made by the exchange in complying with the order to trim parent FTIL’s stake to 2% from the present 26%.  Outgoing MCX MD and CEO Manoj Vaish met FMC officials and discussed the divestment progress, an MCX official said.  FMC wanted to take a view and decision on MCX’s compliance status on

  • Vidya supports Manjunath

    Manjunath’ is another biopic on the block by Viacom18 Motion Pictures and is based on IIM graduate Manjunath Shanmugham who was brutally murdered for standing up for what he believed was right.

  • REAL HIGH MOMENT IN LIFE

    WISE men say that there are three stages in the expression of man’s spiritual life. In the first stage, man’s religious impulse seeks to find expression in outward acts of worship i.e. seeking God outside. He visits temples, churches, mosques and gurudwaras. He listens to bhajans, hymns and songs. He fasts on auspicious days to propitiate planets and prophets. He goes on pilgrimage like  Mecca, Sabrimala or the Vatican in an effort

  • Pakistan to lift YouTube ban

    Islamabad : Pakistan’s National Assembly on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution seeking to lift the ban on popular video-sharing website YouTube, nineteen months after it was blocked in the country for blasphemous content, according to PTI. Pakistan Peoples Party politician Shazia Marri submitted the resolution, demanding the lifting of the ban on YouTube which was unanimously accepted by the lower house of the Parliament. Marri said the government should lift ban on YouTube

  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You appear up to date and fresh in any dress. Today is the time for entertainment and romance. You feel so energised nothing can hold you back you always make superhuman efforts at your workplace profession.

  • Crossed 65? Walk faster to lower heart attack risk

    New York : If you are 65 or older, just by keeping up the pace of your morning walk or adding an extra stretch to your regular walk can help you lower risk of heart attack, a promising study has said, says IANS.