Free Press Journal
  • Maruti 2.0: Targets 3 mn annual sales

    Maruti is also developing 800cc compact diesel engines for Indian roads apart from giving special focus on electric vehicles and hybrids (more…)

  • State’s fourth co-op sugar factory to be opened in state

    Raipur : Chhattisgarh’s fourth sugar factory will be opened as an agro-based industry in cooperative sector in Pandariya area of Kabeerdham district. Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has given theoretical approval to the proposed action plan for the factory, in the meeting organized at his residence based office in Raipur.

  • Sania-Cara pair sets up title clash with Errani and Vinci

    Montreal: Sania Mirza and Cara Black survived a thriller in the semifinals as they carved out a hard-earned 7-6(3) 3-6 13-11 victory to set up a Rogers Cup doubles final against top-seeded Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci.

  • Abhimanyu Behera, OAS is Enforcement Officer, PKDA, Puri

    Bhubaneswar:  In compliance to the order of the National Green Tribunal, New Delhi passed in original application No-110 of 2013 filed by Subash Datta-vrs- Union of India and others, Abhimanyu Behera, OAS(JB), the Additional Executive Officer-cum-Enforcement Officer, Puri Municipality, Puri is allowed to remain in charge of the Enforcement Officer, PKDA, Puri for expeditious implementation of demolition order passed in unauthorized cases relating to the Coastal Regulation Zone area in Puri, in

  • Soon, tell stories with a sense of touch

    Washington : A “feel effect” vocabulary has been developed by Disney researchers that will tell stories with sense of touch, reports ANI.

  • Child marriages: Still a game in Bihar!

    Muzzafarpur : Fifteen-year-old Anita Kumari roams around the lanes of Muzzafarpur’s Neknampur Village flaunting a line of vermilion powder over the parting in her hair.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You may find yourself working hard, working out duties and responsibilities, and end up either earning name and fame or being punished for taking short cuts. Your work and profession is going to keep you quite involved.

  • Pilfering in U.N.

    To sup with the devil one must have a long spoon. The way east-west relations have hardened since the United Nations came into being, it should not be surprising if at this meeting place of irreconcilable opponents, the longest spoons are in commission.


    IF you would protect your body, guard your mind. If you would renew your body, beautify your mind. Thoughts of malice, envy, disappointment, despondency, rob the body of its health and grace. A sour face does not come by change; it is made by sour thoughts. Wrinkles that mar are drawn by folly, passion and pride.

  • Registration norms eased for brokers

     New Delhi : To simplify procedural requirements in capital markets, Sebi cleared a one-time single registration process for stock brokers and clearing entities to allow them operate across different bourses. “There will be a single registration for brokers. Their life will be made much easier now,” Sebi Chairman U K Sinha said.

  • 9-yr-old escapes alligator’s jaws

    Houston : A brave nine-year-old boy in the US fought off a nine-foot-long alligator by grabbing its jaws to free himself after the animal sank its teeth into him, reports PTI. James Barney had gone for a swim in East Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida, when he felt a strong tug, then a sharp pain on his backside. He quickly realised that he was being bitten by a large alligator.