Free Press Journal
  • BJP pockets 7 of 14 seats in Assam

    Guwahati :  The BJP on Friday swept the Lok Sabha polls in Assam by securing seven of the total 14 seats in the state, reports IANS.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:  It won’t be that easy to stick to your budget. Decisions taken in haste might get wrong. Have to particular about your diet. Drive cautiously today minor injuries or accident may occur.

  • Directives to officials on acid attacks

    BHOPAL: Directives have been issued for effective prevention of acid attacks and strict action in such cases. In compliance with the Supreme Court’s orders, the state government has sent directives to all collectors, SPs, commissioners, heads of departments and chief medical & health officers in this regard.

  • Young Turks Forum: IAA India Chapter hosts Nihal Kaviratne

    Mumbai :  “All I can share in this event is the simple home truth which I have learned from my past experience,” said Nihal Kaviratne, CBE, Chairman, Akzo Nobel India while speaking on ‘Asia – Who’s Consuming’ at the inaugural IAA Young Turks Forum conducted by the International Advertising Association (IAA) India Chapter. The bi-monthly series will enable young executives to interact and learn from industry leaders.

  • No work on verdict day

    It felt as if there was an indefinite strike, the moment one stepped into the first floor of the BMC headquarters. It was the same scene on the second floor. The canteen was also almost deserted. The only people working were the bureaucrats, who work on the fourth and the fifth floor. The work ethic in BMC is not much to speak about anyway. Everyone had either bunked or was away watching

  • TO BE DIFFERENT FROM THE ORDINARY

    THERE is a tribe in Madhya Pradesh who grows tubers and roots. They get a bumper harvest and become gradually rich. But the elders of the tribe said, “The world becomes too predictable and the challenge goes out of life. Without challenge life has no meaning.” So, the elders in their wisdom would decide that the entire village should move to another place every 25 to 30 years. The entire tribe would