Free Press Journal
  • Rejuvenate!

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- If you want to improve yourself, listen to what critics have to say. Happiness will prevail. You need to understand your life partner to ensure you have a peaceful life.

  • Modi’s Baramati Date Upsets Sena

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposed visit to the NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s hometown Baramati in Pune district has upset the Shiv Sena, as the political party perceives this bonhomie between the PM and Pawar to be aimed at undermining the Sena’s political importance.

  • Fair Or Fest, Books Seem To Fare Well

    It’s January. To book-lovers and readers all over West Bengal and especially Kolkata, this signals the start of the Kolkata Book Fair – the largest annual secular public fair in India. More than two million people throng to it every year, making it the world’s largest book fair in terms of attendance. The Chennai Book Fair has about one million in footfall. In this measurement, the readers are central. You can put

  • A Fruitful Visit

    Where there is a will, there is a way. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had put the nuclear deal and relations with the US on the backburner following his mounting domestic troubles. And, there in the US, President Barack Obama in his first term, barely had time for India despite paying this country a well-publicised visit in 2010. Pushing Indo-US ties far low on his agenda, Obama engaged with disengagement in Iraq and

  • Hug US, But Play Not Into Its Hands

    The American ‘strategic’ embrace has supplanted the Russian bear hug, with both Narendra Modi and Barack Obama agreeing to jointly undertake military hardware production. Not just that, the frequency of military games will go up; both countries will move in tandem in South China Sea; share a common goal of reconstruction in Afghanistan; and the contours of future defence ties will take shape within an institutionalized military template. As one delves deeper