Free Press Journal
  • New ‘smart’ car mirror makes passengers disappear

    Washington: A new ‘magic’ rear-view mirror makes passengers and other objects inside a car disappear, giving the driver a perfect view of what he otherwise might not see behind him. The mirror uses four cameras installed around a car to offer a virtual bird’s-eye view for parking and navigating tight spaces and offers an enhanced view in bad weather.
    A small camera mounted behind the rear window, positioned where the wiper can keep

  • RCF drops plan to set up $1 bn plant

    New Delhi: State-run Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilisers (RCF) has shelved its plan to set up a fertiliser plant in Ghana with an investment of about $1 billion as the West African nation has denied assured supply of gas. In 2010, India and Ghana had signed a MoU to set up the urea plant with initial capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per annum at Shama district in western Ghana.

  • PM to meet Cabinet today

    New Delhi: After asking his ministerial colleagues to set a 100-day agenda, Modi will hold a meeting with his entire Council of Ministers on Monday to focus on efficient governance and delivery and implementation of programmes. The meeting will take place against the backdrop of Modi’s 10-point agenda which includes increasing investment, completing infrastructure projects in a time-bound manner and exploiting of natural resources, besides giving freedom to bureaucrats to take decisions

  • Sona was nervous about working with Rajinikanth

    Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is making her southern film debut with megastar Rajinikanth-starrer “Lingaa”, says she was nervous about working with him. On her experience of working with the icon, the young actress said: “He is a wonderful person. I may not have seen many of his films, but I remember him from ‘Hum’. I used to really like watching that film,” reports IANS

  • Boisar cops nab man with revolver

    Bhayandar: Sleuths of Boisar police claimed to have foiled a murder bid, planned by a 32-year-old man. According to the police, the murder bid was said to be the fallout of a property dispute. The accused, identified as Akshar Shaikh (32), was locked into a room with his relatives. Following information the police arrested Shaikh, who was found to be in possession of a revolver and four live cartridges, the police said.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- While the work area is moving smoothly, you also make some personal conquests. You are more creative and attract many like-minded people who will collaborate with you at work.

  • New track: Arijit Singh’s soulful ‘Dhuaan’

    After winning everyone’s heart with his song ‘Tum hi ho…’ from ‘Aashiqui 2’ Arijit Singh is back with ‘Dhuaan…’, a soulful track from the upcoming Bollywood film ‘Fugly’! The song is a duet sung by the talented Arijit Singh and Pawni Pandey, composed by Prashant Vadhyar, and the lyrics are penned by Arshia Nahid.

  • Pope prays for victims in CAR and Ukraine

    vatican: Pope Francis prayed on Sunday for victims of violence in the Central African Republic, where 27 people were kidnapped this week in an attack on a church which left 17 others dead.
    He also called for greater efforts to be made to secure dialogue and peace in Ukraine, where conflict has seen European monitors detained by rebels, reports

  • Narcissists can be empathic towards sufferers

    London: People with narcissistic tendencies can be empathic towards a person who’s suffering given they have the right focus, says research by the University of Surrey, says ANI.


    LAW OF  EXPECTATIONS says that whatever you expect with confidence and belief, becomes your own self-fulfilling prophecy.

  • Now, canteen facilities in Rajasthan jails!

    JAIPUR : Jail inmates in Rajasthan will enjoy canteen facilities where they could make purchases of toileteries like toothpaste, tooth brush, soaps and cosmetics, under-garments, snacks and dairy products with a monthly ceiling of Rs 900 on the purchases.

  • Magic Wand

    There is only one magic wand that can transform a struggling nation into a nation of power and prosperity. It can be described in one word: Work.

  • Jaitley underlines need to contain inflation

    New Delhi: Attributing the present economic woes to a “decade of jobless growth”, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley underlined the need to contain price rise and hasten economic reforms to boost low-cost manufacturing. “Reviving the growth momentum, containing inflation and altering the pattern of growth to gainful employment is today an overriding priority,” he said in his Facebook post summing up his one week in office. India’s growth stayed below 5% for the