Free Press Journal
  • Top LeT militant killed in Baramulla

    SRINAGAR: A top Pakistani “commander” of Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) militant outfit was killed in a fierce gunbattle with security forces in Baramulla district in north Kashmir overnight, an army spokesman said.
    The LeT “commander” identified as Mehmood Bhai, a resident of Pakistan, was killed in an anti-militancy operation in Tarzoo village in Sopore, some 55 kms from here, the spokesman said.The gunfight erupted last evening when militants fired at security forces who were zeroing

  • 11-year-old found wandering; Unable to remember his address

    Dhar : A 11-year-old boy was found wandering at Sitapaat. He boy said that his name is Shantilal and he is son Rama. However, he is not able to remember his address completely. He was brought to the women empowerment office by representatives Somaji and Rajesh Chaudhry. They tried to find out the child’s address from the kids (more…)

  • Om, Shanti, Shanti!

    Prayag, the immortal city, was strewn last Wednesday with the mortal remains of hundreds of pilgrims – victims of a ghastly tragedy that marred what should have been an occasion of the most profound solemnity.


    News is that filmmaker Shoojit Sircar’s next directorial PIKU starring megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone and Irrfan Khan will hit the screens on April 30, 2015! The film is likely to go on floors in August 2014 and it is said that it will be set in Delhi and Kolkata.

  • HIV Video games, social networks, chat rooms may help prevent HIV

    New York : Texts, social media and video games may be effective tools for HIV prevention, according to new research. While many HIV prevention interventions have traditionally been delivered face-to-face, a study from Columbia University School of Nursing suggests that digital outreach efforts delivered via text messages, interactive games, chat rooms, and social networks may be an effective way to reach at-risk younger men. The research review, published in

  • Ministers eager to join BJP: Fadnavis

    MUMBAI: Many ministers and legislators in the Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra are eager to join the BJP, party’s state unit president Devendra Fadnavis said here on Monday. “Many ministers, legislators and front ranking state leaders in Congress-NCP are willing to join BJP. However, only those who are willing to work for people and national interest will be admitted,” Fadnavis told reporters here. He was speaking at the city BJP office in Dadar

  • Oracle buys Micros Systems for $5.3 bn

    New York: Business software giant Oracle said today it was buying rival Micros Systems for USD 5.3 billion in a deal to expand its big data efforts in the hotel and restaurant sectors. The acquisition is the biggest for Oracle since buying Sun Microsystems in a deal announced in 2009 and closed in 2010. The all-cash takeover comes from Oracle’s USD 39 billion cash stockpile and comes after the software giant founded

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Arians are never afraid to go ahead not care to hoots. This is the right day to make decision to change work or to make progress in your professional life. If you have been hoping for a romantic evening this is the day to plan it.

  • Corporates financed campaign to install Modi govt, claims CPI

    New Delhi : The CPI on Monday claimed corporate “manipulated and financed” the campaign to install the Narendra Modi government and said it apprehended attempts to concentrate all powers in the “hands of an individual” which would subvert the country’s democratic polity.


    NOTHING is free in this world; everything has a price. Anybody who pays the price can walk out with it. The price may be hard work, taking the risk, working overtime or sacrificing a favourite pastime. To excel in our chosen field, we have to discover what it takes to be the best, like time, practice, commitment, sacrifice or self-denial. Success is never on sale; it is a matter of deciding how