Free Press Journal
  • Air Pollution Impacts Children’s Brain

    Washington : Children living in cities are at risk of harmful impacts to their brains, as a new study claims that air pollution could cause short-term memory loss and lower IQ, reports ANI.

  • Hair Woes? Resort To Natural Solutions

    New Delhi : Plagued by problems like hair loss and greying, most young women’s crowning glory is no longer their hair. With help from experts, convert the bane in your life to a boon by trying out natural solutions.

  • Play & Joy Don’t Take Life Too Seriously!

    “Do not take life’s experiences too seriously. Above all, do not let them hurt you, for in reality they are nothing but dream experiences…”  by Paramahansa Yogananda.

  • Horoscope

    Aries: – You will get new opportunity to grow your business in new direction. This is a good day to initiate action on personal projects. Spend some moment with your partner. Political issues may get resolved.

  • On Simmer: Summer Of Discontent

    A sniping war between the Sena’s young Aditya Thackeray and the local BJP chief Ashish Shelar; Sena ministers of state in the Maharashtra Government openly complaining about their treatment at the hands of their BJP seniors; a sharply worded editorial on the BJP’s humiliating defeat in the Delhi state elections in Saamna, the Sena’s official mouthpiece. Just a few instances of the low-intensity warfare between two coalition partners within just a couple

  • For Now, Delhi Belly Full Of Cheer

    Delhi is walking around chuffed, there is a swagger, an atmosphere of revelry, a visible “we did it” pat on the back. In years of living in the national capital of India, and covering its every event and mood, this columnist has never seen this. It is almost as if the varied hues of Delhi, always so insistent in keeping their separate regional identities, have discarded the strangeness for a wholesome warmth

  • Paranoid Nitish

    The BJP does itself no good being seen as an interested party in the ongoing internal power struggle in the Bihar JD(U). It should simply do what it had while it was in the Opposition, and was at the receiving end of many a governor’s manipulative conduct. The facts of the Bihar case are simple. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, owning responsibility for the humiliating loss in the parliamentary poll last May, sought to play