Free Press Journal
  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You need to settle down your debt quickly. Your mind will be freshening up as you will meet new people in social gathering. There is a chance of romance in the evening with your spouse.

  • Now, a facial treatment for the Taj Mahal

    New Delhi : The iconic Taj Mahal, which finds its place among the seven wonders of the world, is set to receive a ‘mud-pack treatment’ to restore the natural sheen of the white marble which is yellowing due to high pollution level, reports PTI.


    The gods of Mount Olympus, having created  Earth and men, birds and animals, creatures of the sea, trees and plants, flowers and fruits, all living things, had one more thing left to do.

  • For US media Modi is fashion icon

    Washington : From a persona non grata to a new fashion icon – that’s how a stunning election victory has transformed Narendra Modi in the eyes of the American media as Washington prepares to welcome India’s new prime minister, possibly in September, says IANS.

  • Six-year-old girl mauled by dog in Cincinnati

    Los Angeles : A six-year-old girl in the US state of Cincinnati has been mauled by a pair of pit bulls and was fighting for life, her family said on Sunday. Zainabou Drame remained in critical condition in a medically induced coma with many surgeries and much therapy ahead of her, they said. “She’s currently resting peacefully, but I hope she can survive these next weeks,” family member Leslee

  • Trials of ‘Yudh’ watched by Big B

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is set to debut on a fiction TV show with “Yudh”, seemed excited about watching a “trial” of the show on Saturday. “The hour arriveth…the labor and effort, of days to be seen today. The episodes of ‘YUDH’! Scream your exuberance!!! No the ‘YUDH’ serial is not starting today, we the team are seeing the trial for the first time today. It shall air in July,” he posted


    It is a fashion among our politicians to talk glibly about the growing indiscipline among the youth of the country.  It is the duty of the present society and its leadership to find out precisely what ails the youth of today. And that requires a good deal of heart-searching, more than any other means of fact-finding.