Free Press Journal
  • Global programming contest: CodeVita 2014

    Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced that it is hosting TCS CodeVita, a contest for engineering and science students to experience the joy of coding and to sharpen their programming skills through real-life computing practices.

  • Nalin Patel fires two century breaks

    Mumbai :  Former world professional No. 7 Nalin Patel fired two impressive century breaks for an explosive start to the inaugural Videocon Billiards Premier League, organized by the Billiards & Snooker Association of Maharashtra, at the Bombay Gymkhana on Sunday.

  • Woman attempts suicide

    Mumbai: Managl Borse, a 45-year-old woman who was arrested by the Badlapur police on Saturday for allegedly murdering her two-and-half year old grand-daughter, attempted to commit suicide by stuffing her mouth with her saree due to which her blood pressure shot up. Senior police inspector of Badlapur police station Ishwar Aandhalkar said, “Borse was in the police lock up when she tried to kill herself. A lady constable on duty saw her lying

  • Chief Secy outlines key initiatives for industrial infrastructure development

    Bhubaneswar: In another bid to boost up investments in Odisha, Chief Secretary Gokul Chandra Pati has outlined key initiatives for development of industrial infrastructure in the State. The Industries department along with IDCO and IPICOL has been directed to carry forward the initiatives in a time bound manner. Pati has directed to develop a land bank of at least 50,000 acers for public and industrial purposes.
    The department has also been asked to

  • CISF tweaks security drill; flyers to be profiled

    New Delhi : The CISF has rejiged security of all airports across the country as it has replaced the ritual drill of frisking of passengers with “tactical checking” in order to reduce hassles and ensure a heightened level of protection to civil air operations.

  • Amla’s 15th ton leads SA to victory

    Bulawayo (Zimbabwe): Hashim Amla’s 15th one-day international hundred guided South Africa to a comfortable 93-run victory in the first game of a three-match series against Zimbabwe.

  • Sharks new threat to Google cables underseas

    New York: There is a new threat to Google fibre-optic cables at the ocean floor: Sharks. The company has invested in two major undersea cables connecting the western US to Asia, and a third cable that extends Google’s network within Asia, reports IANS.

  • ARMIET Bazaar on I-Day

    Alamuri Ratnamala Institute of Engineering & Technology (ARMIET) conducted a one-day field campaign, ARMIET  Bazaar on the occasion of Independence Day on August 15 by  engaging about 100 management and engineering students,  in collaboration with Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, Mumbai.

  • I too deserve Bharat Ratna: Balbir

    Chandigarh: With Major Dhyan Chand’s name finally being nominated for the Bharat Ratna, another hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr feels going by his achievements he too deserves the country’s highest civilian award and hopes to get the recognition in his lifetime.

  • The buzz on twitter

    No room for Varun in new BJP team

  • Poor passion play forces wives to cheat

    London : W hen it comes to cheating, middle-aged married women – and not just men – not happy with sex lives are seeking extra-marital affairs to find that missing action, reports IANS.

  • Not filed your tax return yet? You can do so till March 31

    The last date of filing your tax return (July 31st) just passed. So what happens, if for any reason, you were unable to file your return in time? Well – we have good news for you. There is no cause to worry as such – the law allows you to file a belated return at any time before the end of one year from the end of the relevant assessment year. In

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – your moves will be in right direction today. Your work is going to be appreciated by seniors. There is chance of new friendship. Those in film sector will get a new platform to show their talent.


    NO one is dispensable. No one is useless. No one is lesser in the eyes of God or in the eyes of those who try to avoid human judgment and human standards of criticism, who accept God’s creation as it is, because God created it. For them, whatever God thought fit to make, in any manner whatsoever, is perfect; there is nothing wrong in it, and it is acceptable. For them, whatever


    Trip To Bhangarh’ has gotten into controversies even before the film releases, not to forget the film has already run into a lot of problems finding a spot to release in the first place. Apparently the film is a frame by frame copy of another film called ‘Bhaangarh’. Or have we got this story the other way round?

  • City of Joy turns dismal for its African clients!

    Kolkata : Sex workers in the city’s largest red light area Sonagachi have been asked by an NGO, working for their welfare, not to entertain Africans who are regular visitors to the place in the wake of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.