Free Press Journal
  • Build Godse temple in every state: Azam Khan

    KANPUR: In sarcastic comments, Samajwadi party leader Azam Khan took on outfits demanding construction of a temple dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse, saying such temple should be constructed in every state. If there is a demand that his temple should come up at Taj Mahal, then it should be allowed there, no one will have any objection for this too, he said, adding Godse could also be bestowed with ‘Bharat

  • Expect some big scientific breakthroughs in 2015

    Washington : While 2014 saw some marvellous discoveries like 3D-printed body parts and scientific breakthroughs like comet landing, 2015 too holds a great future for science, reports the prestigious journal Nature, says IANS.

  • 2007 WC one of my career lows: Sachin Tendulkar

    Dubai: Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has said the disappointment of India’s early exit from the 2007 World Cup strengthened his resolve to prove many of his detractors wrong.

  • Formula One driver Jules Bianchi starts rehabilitation

    Paris: Severely-injured Formula One driver Jules Bianchi remains to be unconscious but has started planned rehabilitation therapy, according to a statement from the Frenchman’s family. “Jules’ neurological status remains unchanged,” his parents explained the driver’s situation one and a half months after his return from Japan, reports Xinhua.

  • Star of Canara romp to easy victory

    Mumbai: Star of Canara combined well as a team to register an easy 6-2 win against Jawahar Young Boys in League match of the 19th Late Ramanath Payyade Memorial Tournament The heroes for Star of Canara were strikers Melwyn D’Souza and Ravish D’Souza, both scoring two goals apiece, while teammates Anderson Andrade and Ashton Dias netted one goal each. Roshan Pillay and Rakshit Pillay were on target for the Young Boys. In

  • Activists write to HC, want Equal Streets Movement shifted

    Mumbai : Civic activists have written to the High Court chief justice demanding a change of venue of the Equal Streets Movement currently being held in Bandra citing space issues and noise pollution. According to them, the social movement to reclaim city streets, which is held on SV Road and Linking Road every Sunday, is devoid of the necessary permissions and is blocking a six km stretch connecting the northern and southern suburbs

  • 557 booked for drink driving in one week

    Mumbai : In a case of drunken driving, a Bajaj Discover bike skidded and dashed into a parked Honda City car on Tuesday night opposite Islam Gymkhana at Marine Drive.

  • Updating FB worst interest to put on CV

    London : Hapless jobseekers are listing sleeping, watching TV and even browsing Facebook as interests on their CVs, according to a new UK poll, reports PTI.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Opposite sex people will get attracted. Singles may find their partner. Try to complete any pending tasks in business. A few short trips are on the cards.

  • Merging Yourself With ONE

    AS individuals, we all expect that others should give us respect & love which we consider to be our human right/birth right. Sounds silly !!isn’t it ? But it’s a fact that nobody from us wishes to be totally neglected or completely deprived of his so called human right. One may tolerate certain acts of others that go against his/her rights upto a certain limit only but not beyond all limits.This is

  • Mangaluru man posts minister’s morphed image on social site

    MANGALURU: A man was arrested for allegedly posting a morphed image of Karnataka Health Minister U T Khader on a poster of ‘PK’ movie on a popular social networking site. The image was circulated on WhatsApp by the accused Naresh Gatty along with some adverse comments and a Pakistani flag in the picture. The creator of the group, Hameed Hasan, filed a complaint with the Ullal police station saying that Gatty’s post

  • Bad & restructured loans may touch 15% by March 2015: ASSOCHAM

    Mumbai : Deteriorating asset quality will put further pressure on banks during 2015 leading to downgrading of rating and make international operations, funding etc. much more difficult, according to the paper brought out by the ASSOCHAM on  “Non Performing Assets : Current and Expected Scenario”.

  • 2015: Bollywood gears up for major releases

    From Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s ambitious film ‘Shamitabh’, Ranbir Kapoor’s first ever period drama ‘Bombay Velvet’ to Salman Khan’s Eid outing ‘Bajrangi Bhaijan’ and Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Fan’, the year 2015 will see some major releases at the box-office, reports PTI.

  • The Common Menu

    Having failed with a common language for the country and a common national dress, suggestions are now being made for a common menu. The ministerial palate is hard to please. The onerous responsibilities of office take them to different parts of the country and in quick succession. If in this hop, step and jump, they inherit a bilious stomach, certainly the nation must do something about it.