Free Press Journal
  • Another ISIS Threat Message In Airport Toilet

    Mumbai  : Days after the first threat scribbled on a wall of the men’s washroom at the T2 terminal at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport was found, two threats about terror attacks by the ISIS was found written on the walls of the men’s washroom at the domestic airport on Thursday.

  • Harshin loses to Varun

    Mumbai: Displaying good control Harshin Shah fought back after trailing 1-2 to upset top seeded Raaquib Merchant 7-11, 11-9, 3-11, 11-9, 11-8 in the junior boys pre-quarterfinals, but fell to Varun Sharma’s aggression 11-2, 11-8, 13-11 to bow out from the junior boys singles in the All-India Balkan-Ji-Bari –JLTTA Table Tennis Tournament held at Balkan-ji-Bari centre, at Santacruz on Friday. Results: (Quarterfinals): Varun Sharmaa bt Harshin shah 11-2, 11-8, 13-11; Shubham Samant

  • Muslims Asked To Stick To Secularism!

    Mumbai  :Disturbed at Muslims being branded ‘terrorists, separatists, oppressors and aggressors’ by a section of communal forces, top Muslim religious leaders on Friday urged the community to stick to secularism and enthusiastically celebrate national events like Independence Day and Republic Day.

  • Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    What Goes Around Comes Around

    Arabs and Jews never forget. Seventeen years after the Second World War ended, the Israelis hunted down and hanged Adolf Eichmann, the German Nazi SS officer who organised the Holocaust. Similarly, the Algerian-origin brothers, Cherif and Said Kouachi, who brutally attacked the Paris office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, probably felt they were hitting back for the agony of Algeria’s 132-year French occupation and the horrors of its six-year war of

  • Fast NEWS

    Close to bowling at my best, says fit-again Irfan Pathan

  • Breathing New Life Into Ayush

    The NDA Government has placed the draft National Health Policy, 2015 in the public domain for discussion. It is stated that efforts would be made to revitalise the alternate systems of medicine known as Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathic, ‘Ayush’ in short. The step is welcome.

  • At Last, Some Relief

    The headline of a recent report on the morning after RBI cut benchmark rate by 25 basis points to 7.75 per cent said it all: ‘A little cut is big deal for markets.’ Indeed, why should markets behave in such an excited manner? It is said a good actor should be able to register exaggerated happiness or sorrow at a little loss or gain, depending on the demands of the script, in

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Family matters and personal affairs will take lot of your time and attention today. Don’t sacrifice mental peace for monetary and material gains, however tempting they may be.

  • Photogenic Politics!

    A Bombay film studio is thumping itself on the back on having eternally consecrated its grounds with the birth of a new political party. It had rented its space, free of charge it seems, through sheer non-conformist fervour for a party that claims to be all for freedom of the individual. Now although this last is a virtue all too literally borne out by the films we produce, it is hardly moot

  • Senses – Habits

    How to get rid of Vasanas (impressions)? This is a question for all those who want to come out of habits.

  • Man Behind 22 Chain-Snatching Cases Arrested

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Crime Branch on Friday arrested a man who has allegedly been involved in 22 chain-snatching cases across the suburbs.