Free Press Journal
  • Sony Employees Had To Use Old Blackberrys To Deal With Cyberattack

    Washington : According to new reports, Sony employees had to resort to older technologies like the Blackberry to keep the work going and used a phone tree to relay messages when the cyberattack on Sony Pictures was launched, reports ANI.

  • No relief to Anganwadi kids

    Sanwer : Despite orders from state government to keep all the schools closed till January 4 due to cold wave, the kids from Anganwadi are forced to come at the centers in the chilly weather. The assistants and workers are facing a lot of the inconvenience as they had to bring the kids (aged between 6 months to five years) shivering from cold at the Anganwadi centers.

  • Tonglen Meditation – Ii

    WHEN we are in pain, what is the first thing that we think about? Me! “I’m so miserable!” What’s the last thing we think about? Others.

  • Medal haul for Indian lifters

    New Delhi :  Mohin Chavan and Manalisha Sonowal grabbed a gold medal each in the 17th Asian Youth (Boys & Girls) and 22nd Junior Women Weightlifting Championships in Qatar.

  • Your Day

    Aries: You may have to use your tact and charm to solve difficult problems at work place. Health will be troublesome. Love affairs may bloom but relations with partners should be taken care off.

  • Oath taking ceremony at Municipal Corporation

    Dewas : The oath ceremony was organized for the newly form Municipal Corporation. For the first time, the BJP has won with a majority. Indore Mayor Krishna Murari Moghe and MLA Tukojirao Pawar specially attended the ceremony. The newly elected Mayor and 45 corporators took oath at Malhar Smriti Mandir.

  • Maria Sharapova eyes top tennis in New Year

    Brisbane :  Maria Sharapova says her target for 2015 is playing her best tennis rather than wrestling the World No.1 ranking back from Serena Williams.

  • Lampard’s stay at City angers New York fans

    London :  Fans of Major League Soccer’s New York City are “outraged” by Frank Lampard’s decision to stay with Manchester City until the end of the English season.

  • ‘Movie police’ deserve no footage

    Years come and go but some things go on forever. Loonies for example. Successful films always attract different kinds of nutcases who come out of the woodwork demanding that it be banned because it has “hurt their sentiments.” With such a large and diverse country, there is always someone or the other somewhere, whose precious and delicate sentiments are waiting to be injured. Remember ‘Billoo Barber?’ A group of barbers had protested

  • ‘Movie Police’ Deserve No Footage

    Years come and go but some things go on forever. Loonies for example. Successful films always attract different kinds of nutcases who come out of the woodwork demanding that it be banned because it has “hurt their sentiments.” With such a large and diverse country, there is always someone or the other somewhere, whose precious and delicate sentiments are waiting to be injured. Remember ‘Billoo Barber?’ A group of barbers had protested

  • Paradoxes Modi Must Resolve

    The year ended by confirming the BJP’s upward mobility when the alliance led by it secured a majority in the Jharkhand Assembly and the party put up its best ever show in Jammu and Kashmir. But there is a hint in both the elections that the party’s ascent may not continue to be as smooth and effortless in 2015 as it has been in 2014.

  • CBI Is Like That Only

    Predictably, the discharge of Amit Shah, the BJP President, in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case has proved controversial. The decision by the Special CBI Judge, M B Gosavi, has, expectedly, caused the Congress and other Opposition leaders to cry foul. They have alleged that the premier investigating agency has deliberately bungled the case against Shah to ensure his discharge. Only the dishonest will fail to find any basis in that criticism.

  • The Middle Man

     “In India”, Shri M. C. Chagla, Ambassador-Designate to the US is reported to have said, “either you should be very poor or very rich. If you are somewhere in between you are crushed.” No one could have put the situation of the man in the middle more neatly than that. So long the middle position has always been lauded as the ideal location. A climate that is not too hot nor too