Free Press Journal
  • At RSS meet, Bhagwat silent on ‘Ghar Wapsi’

    AHMEDABAD: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday refrained from speaking about the controversial ‘Ghar Wapsi’ issue at the right-wing outfit’s mega meet. The Sangh’s ‘Ghar Wapsi’ programme had grabbed headlines recently for derailing the development agenda on which the Narendra Modi government was elected. Rather, at the event, Bhagwat underscored that India should now become ‘Vishwaguru’ – a mentor of the world. He further said that the entire Hindu society has to

  • S Korea beat Saudi Arabia

    Sydney: South Korea beat Saudi Arabia 2-0 in an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup warm-up friendly match here Sunday.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- Arians may gets very exciting news about career promotion and development. Family life and marital relation will be very satisfactory for most of them. Keep a tight watch on your spending.

  • Beauty In Truth

    I see and find Beauty in Truth or through Truth. All Truths, not merely true ideas, but truthful faces, truthful pictures or songs are highly beautiful. Whenever men begin to see Beauty in Truth, then true Art will arise.

  • Gauahar Khan denies she paid to be slapped

    NEW DELHI: Gauahar Khan’s attacker has alleged that the actress paid him for slapping her in public. But the actress says it is the “most ridiculous claim”. In November, Gauahar, who was hosting a reality show in Mumbai, was slapped by Mohammad Akil Malik for reportedly wearing skimpy clothes. And now, Malik has alleged that he was paid to slap her and that she had promised to get him a role in

  • When Captain Cool Quits Mid-Way

    The comparison may appear awkward but in the popular mind India’s cricket captain does a lot more to excite the common folks than say the prime minister of India. When the Indian team is on the field, the number of people glued to some device (television, radio or smart phone) to follow its fortunes ball by ball is perhaps several times more than the people who listen to the prime minister delivering

  • Hindu Gym’s TT Coaching camp

    Mumbai: PJ Hindu Gymkhana, will be organising their annual table tennis coaching camp from today at the Gymkhana premises, under the guidance of Veterans’ National TT Champion Prakash Kelkar. It will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 4:30 pm and 8:00 pm. Trainees are required to carry their own bat. TT balls will be provided by the Gymkhana. Those interested, are requested to register their names at the Gymkhana office.

  • Ordinance Route Fails To Enthuse

    Will the New Year usher in better prospects for the Indian economy? Not quite. The sharp mood shifts among foreign investors and India Inc over a seven-month period offer a clue in this regard. They were extremely bullish when the BJP-led NDA Government of Narendra Modi came to power with a commanding majority. Growth forecasts were revised upwards as they expected the PM to launch a reform blitz. Seven months later, they

  • We Cannot, Will Not, Change

    Though the government has not disclosed all the details about the December 31 night interception and the subsequent destruction of a Pakistani fishing boat off the Porbandar coast, there is no point giving the ISI the benefit of doubt. This leopard will never change its spots. From the bare facts in the public domain, it is clear that the people on board that boat were not exactly friends of this country. As

  • From the Archives

    Holiday From Cricket

    With captains falling as fast as wickets, the Indian cricket teams now playing against West Indies have indeed cut a very sorry figure. The performance during the four Tests already played and lost marked a new low level in class cricket in this country. There have been many explanations for the debacle. A common criticism is of the selectors themselves and the manner in which the affairs of the Cricket Control Board