Free Press Journal
  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – There is likely to be a focus on career. People around you like to help you. There will be some difficulties in domestic place and at work place. Health problem may rise today.

  • CGSI carries out analysis of loose edible oil

    New Delhi: The Consumer Guidance Society of India (CGSI) undertook a Project to check the quality status of loose edible oil sold in the retail market. It has concluded that over 64% of the edible oils (namely Sesame Oil, Coconut Oil, Ground Nut Oil, Mustard Oil, Refined Oil, Cottonseed, Soybean, Godtel, etc.,) sold loose in the market is adulterated with inexpensive ‘Palmolein’ allowing Oil adulterators to make a very good amount of

  • Made to order age for Indian maids in Saudi

    Dubai : The age of Indian domestic workers looking for employment in Saudi Arabia has been set between 25 and 50 years under a new employment agreement finalised by the two countries, media reported.

  • Sonam’s ‘Khoobsurat’ looks Khoobsurat

    Style diva Sonam Kapoor is all set to impress the audience with her quirky act in the upcoming film KHOOBSURAT, which is a remake of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s 1980 hit film starring actress Rekha in the lead role though Sonam’s KHOOBSURAT is set in the backdrop of a ‘royal’ family. The film is said to be a modern-day remake of the cult rom-com.

  • How does nature’s strongest glue stick?

    London : Barnacles produce the strongest glue or cement found in nature. The material is better than anything we have developed synthetically and sticks to any surface, even underwater.


    THOUGHT is life. What you think, that you are. Your thoughts create your environment. Your thoughts constitute your world. Every thought or emotion or word produces a strong vibration in every cell of the body and leaves a strong impression there.

  • We are breathing poison!

    Don’t be surprised if see long queues of waiting patients at hospital OPDs and private clinics in Navi Mumbai. Air pollution related diseases have been common in the city and a recent survey by Teri (The Energy Resource Institute), commissioned by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, just confirms that the air quality of the city is “poor to severe”. Adivashi reported long ago that a sample survey done by volunteers of Modern

  • Kerala parental torture victim returns to build new life

    Thiruvananthapuram : After over a year of specialised treatment in Tamil Nadu, Shafeeq, the victim of brutal parental torture, returned to Kerala on Monday to build a new life.

  • In The Minds Of Men…..

    The confident faith that machines would improve the lot of man, had its day. The Victorian Age, as the years of optimism were called, saw the world and thought it was good; saw the machine and thought the world could be bettered. Humanity entered the age of technology in high hope but rapidly passed into serious doubt.  Would the machine run away with Man, was the persistent question