Free Press Journal
  • Thai anti-graft body to decide on Yingluck’s indictment

    Bangkok : Thailand’s anti-graft body would on Thursday decide on indictment of ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra in the controversial rice-pledging case, the second verdict faced by her in as many days,


    SCARCITY and abundance are creations of our mind. If our mind believes in scarcity, then we can expect only little, limited offerings in life. If we believe in abundance, then there will be always an overflow and flood of prosperity in our lives. Our thoughts about what we deserve is very vital. Slowly and gradually, we will discover that whatever we want is already available. Our belief will cause it to manifest.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – You are never afraid to go ahead. The day is good for trading in stocks or commodities. In business you will overcome losses. Mixing with people in society will get you new contacts.

  • Buyers Sellers meet organised

    Mumbai: The buyers’ sellers meet, the second in the row was inaugurated at Textile Committee hall, Prabhadevi, Mumbai by Zohra Chatterji, Secretary, Textiles, Govt of India in the presence of officials from NHDC, CMAI and NTC. These buyers sellers meet are aimed at building the gap between modern retail and handloom clusters with the participation of the government and other institutions under the Ministry of Textiles.  

  • portable chip for instant blood tests

    Washington : Scientists are developing a portable credit-card sized chip that can be used to run instant blood tests to detect anything from HIV to diabetes, reports PTI.

  • Wage structure

    Mr. Hariharnath Shastri, General Secretary of the Indian National Trade Union Congress has urged upon the Government to appoint a commission to determine a national wage policy.

  • Verdict on PILs against deletion on May 12

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Thursday reserved order until May 12 after arguments concluded on a bunch of PILs challenging deletion of names of the electoral college from voters’ list in Mumbai and Pune. The order was reserved by Justices Abhay Oka and M S Sonak after arguments concluded on Thursday.