Free Press Journal
  • State lad Kaushal claims U-19 singles crown

    Mumbai :  Top seed Kaushal Dharmamer of Maharashtra played with plenty of grit and gumption to claim the top honours in the Boy’s Under-19 singles event of the 3rd Gautam Thakkar Memorial All India Junior Badminton Tournament 2014, hosted by the GTMBA (Gautam Thakkar Memorial Badminton Association) and Bombay Gymkhana.

  • Madhya Pradesh gets award for use of silo storage capacity

    Bhopal:  Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister Ananth Kumar gave away an award to state’s Food and Civil Supplies Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah in New Delhi on Thursday for use of silo storage capacity in Madhya Pradesh. Union Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilisers Nihal Chand was also present on the occasion. It is noteworthy that the novel initiative of safe storage of wheat in silo bags was undertaken at the behest of

  • Turkish PM: Israel is more barbaric than Hitler

    Ankara:  Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while lambasting Israel’s ground invasion of Gaza, Sunday accused the Israeli government of “barbarism that surpasses Hitler”, a leading British daily reported. “(Israelis) have no conscience, no honour, no pride. Those who condemn Hitler day and night have surpassed Hitler in barbarism,” the Independent quoted Erdogan as saying at a political rally in Ordu, a port city on the Black Sea coast, reports IANS.

  • Chhattisgarh CM decides to set up State Road Development Corporation

    Raipur :  In the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh here on Friday at Mantralya (Mahanadi Bhavan), several important decisions were taken regarding formation of Chhattisgarh State Road Development Corporation, increase in compensation amounts for victims of wild animal attack and formation of State Cooperative Election Committee for conducting elections of cooperative societies.

  • Cops may have destroyed crucial papers: CBI

    New Delhi : Some officers of West Bengal Police are under the scanner of CBI for alleged destruction of crucial documents related to Saradha scam having evidential value.

  • 2 killed as Libya militias fight over airport

    Cairo : At least two people were killed on Sunday when a stray rocket hit their house as rival Libyan militias exchanged heavy fire around Tripoli’s international airport, a security official said, reports AP.

  • Men bigger secret spenders than women

    London : It’s a common assumption that most of the time women hide what they buy from their partners because of their habit of shopping almost everyday, but new research reveals it’s actually men who are the biggest secret spenders, reports IANS.

  • Saahil will be next item boy of Bollywood: Farah Khan

    We had earlier reported about superstar Shah Rukh Khan and choreographer turned filmmaker Farah Khan supporting actor-director Saahil Prem’s latest film ‘Mad About Dance’. In fact, Farah even launched the trailer of the film in Mumbai last week.

  • EFFORT IS HIGH WORSHIP

    HAVE you heard what ‘Yoga Vasishta’, the famous philosophical treatise of our country, says about self-effort?

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – a good chance of getting new contracts and rise in income. You will be rewarded. Romantic relationships will be good. Your good foreplay will satisfy your partner.

  • Book-Learning

    By a strange irony, Indian education that has been so often denounced as based on book learning, is today in difficulties because text-books are lacking. A great argument is on about whose is the responsibility. Next will come the questin how this evil is to be met.