Free Press Journal
  • Hooda’s lapses on BJP radar

     Chandigarh : A chargesheet with details of alleged irregularities of the Congress government in Haryana will be prepared by the BJP, a senior party leader said on Sunday.

  • ‘The World Before Her’ highest grossing Indian documentary

    The World Before Her’ which explores the environment in which modern-day women are growing in India, has been raved over by critics as well as audiences. And now the news is that the documentary, which is released by PVR’s Director’s Rare, got an overwhelming response by the audience making it a hit at the ticket window and the highest grossing Indian documentary!

  • Water, Water!

    The rains have come – and they have come with a vengeance.

  • CM’s former PA Premchandra, daughter get anticipatory bail

    BHOPAL : Premchandra Prasad, former personal assistant to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and his daughter Ankita Kumari were given anticipatory bail on Saturday. Prasad’s anticipatory bail plea was pending in the court of ADJ Ramkumar Chaubey. STF had opposed the plea stating that it will send a wrong message. (more…)

  • FPJ columnist on world artists’ panel

    Mumbai:  A city-based artist has been appointed as “ethics adviser and ambassador” by the World Citizen Artists (WCA) to raise awareness about global issues through art. Prakash Bal Joshi, a former senior political journalist with a English daily here, has exhibited his art in Europe, USA, Turkey, Bhutan and other international art hubs. WCA is an artists’ initiative by the artists community in Paris.

  • IIT-JEE cracked, but who will pay counselling fee?

    Patna : For students from underprivileged families, who studied at Super 30 and cracked the IIT-JEE advance examination this year, the next hurdle is to arrange Rs 60,000 as counselling fee, following which they will be admitted to a college.

  • Punishment plays important role in forgiveness

    Melbourne : It’s easier for people to forgive someone for doing wrong against them if some form of punishment is involved, according to a new study.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will be benefitted by your foreign travel which will open the door of progress for you. You can obtain a prized allocation jointly with of others as well as to imply itself with people in authority position.

  • Islamist threat: UK schools to recast monitorin0g

    London: The UK government is planning a overhaul of the country’s school inspection system amid a controversy around Islamist extremists wielding undue influence over some educational institutions.

  • Sujoy Ghosh ecstatic with ‘Jhankaar Beats’ turning 11!

    Bollywood director Sujoy Ghosh, who started his career with hit film ‘Jhankaar Beats’ in 2003, is ecstatic! And why not, after all his debut film has now completed 11 years. What’s more, the filmmaker thanked Pritish Nandy, who was one of the co-writers of the musical film, for coming up with such a strong concept.

  • EVERYTHING IN NATURE MOVES IN CYCLES

    THE Universal Law says, “Mix with critical people and we learn to criticize. Mix with happy people and we learn about happiness. Mix with sad people and we learn what is sorrow. Mix with enthusiastic people and we become enthusiastic. Mix with prosperous people and they inspire us to become prosperous. It is a combination of we, the people we come across and the environment.

  • ‘Sternhagen’ to be launched in India soon

    Mumbai: Sternhagen, the German brand that symbolises the pinnacle of luxury in design and engineering will soon be launched in India. The Sternhagen collection of washbasins will initially have four nature inspired exclusive designs namely, Düne (inspired by sand dunes), Seerose (inspired by petals of water lily), Golden Cut (90° geometric cut design) and Kristall (inspired by natural crystal).