Free Press Journal
  • ‘Nitish running Manjhi govt with remote’

    Patna: Charging Nitish Kumar with running the Jitan Ram Manjhi government with remote control, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Tuesday claimed that the expansion of council of ministers by Manjhi clearly bore stamp of his predecessor who put in trusted men in key ministries, reports PTI. “Going by new faces in the expanded Jitan Ram Manjhi government and allocation of portfolios to the ministers, it has been proved

  • Nigerian Gens guilty of arming Boko Haram?

    Kaduna : Ten generals and five other senior military officers were found guilty in courts-martial of providing arms and information to Boko Haram extremists, a leading Nigerian newspaper reported on Tuesday.

  • AirAsia tkts sold out in 10 mns

    Chennai : Tickets for AirAsia India’s maiden flight from Bangalore to Goa were sold out within 10 minutes, the airline said. “AirAsia India sold out 25,000 promo seats within 48 hours of opening for bookings,” the Chennai-based carrier said in a statement.

  • Jyovi Group launches Institute

    Jyovi’s Institute a beauty/skin care, wellness, training & skill development arm of Jyovi’s Group, announced its launch. The Institute will function out of a lush 3200 sq feet area located at Dadar (W), Shrada Ashram, Mumbai, which will also host ‘Jyovi’s Skim Clinic’ the cosmetics Skin care arm of Jyovi’s.

  • Minor fire breaks out at Raheja Centre

    Mumbai : A minor fire broke out in the heap of litter accumulated on the ground floor of Raheja Centre on Tuesday. “The fire broke out as someone threw a cigarette stub on it and this was the reason why telephone wires were burnt,” said Bhimashankar Tiwari, an electrician employed in the building. The fire was reported at 4 pm following which two fire engines were rushed to the spot at

  • Kerala Catholic bishops warm up to Modi!

    Thiruvananthapuram : Catholic bishops in Kerala who kept Narendra Modi at a distance before the elections are veering to the side of his new dispensation after he has become the Prime Minister.

  • Looking forward

    As the single, largest political party in India, the deliberations of the Congress assume, as before, great significance.

  • B-town mourns Munde’s demise

    The sudden demise of union Minister for Rural Development and senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Gopinath Munde in Delhi on Tuesday shocked many Bollywood celebrities like Mahesh Bhatt and Javed Akhtar. The police said that Munde, 64, was on his way to the Indira Gandhi International Airport when his car was hit by a Tata Indica at Aurobindo Marg in south Delhi at around 6.20 AM on Tuesday. Munde was injured

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- If there is a possibility that you can postpone your important meetings today then it will be a good idea. Travelling will be hectic and issues related to finance and property will increase your temper.

  • Male contraceptive pill will have to wait

    London : The much speculated birth control pill for males may not see the light of day soon as researchers have found that hormonal male contraception via testosterone does not stop the production of healthy sperm, says IANS.


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