Free Press Journal
  • Candies Can Cause Hypertension

    London : Confectioneries may be more harmful for your child than you ever imagined for they can lead to high blood pressure or even seizures in kids, says a study, reports IANS.

  • Shun Anxiety And Enjoy Life To Its Fullest

    New York : Do you think that a minor tiff with your girlfriend can spoil your relationship forever or the arrival of a new boss at the workplace is threat to your career? Chill out now else you will end up making bad decisions amid uncertainty, reports IANS.

  • Jayaram, Pawar advance

    Birmingham : India’s Ajay Jayaram and Anand Pawar registered straight game wins to progress to the second round of the men’s singles qualifying round of the prestigious All England Championship badminton tournament on Tuesday.

  • Amla is our rock: de Villiers

    Hashim Amla was incredible, he will always be the rock for us, effortlessly plays with a lot of class and whatever you do, he always has the answer AB de Villiers South Africa skipper (more…)

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- In politics sports tensions will be rising and may affect your health. There will be some tensions and disappointments at your work place. Avoid discussing delicate issues with your partner.

  • Porterfield rues missed chances

    Canberra : Ireland skipper William Porterfield rued the missed chances and poor fielding as his side slumped to a 201-run defeat against South Africa in a World Cup Pool B game at the Manuka Oval on Tuesday.

  • Congress Revamp: What Rahul Gandhi Ordered

    The uncertainty over the overhaul of the Maharashtra State Congress Committee (MPCC) is over, with the Congress high command taking the first step, by appointing the former chief minister, Ashok Chavan as its chief. Mumbai Congress will also have a new face –Sanjay Nirupam.

  • Players are now used to IPL grind: Sehwag

    We are professionals and we are used to (it). Like you work 365 days in a year, for  us also it is not 365 days, but only 65 days that we play, so we are okay with that Virender Sehwag (more…)

  • Pak eye improved show’ against UAE

    Napier : Squeezing out a narrow win against minnows Zimbabwe in their last game, Pakistan would now look to put up an improved batting display in order to raise their net run-rate when they take on another ICC’s Associate nation, UAE in the World Cup Pool B match today.

  • Prescription For Capital Health

    With the crowning of the Aam Aadmi Party’s Government in Delhi, the public is filled with eagerness in anticipation of better governance. After all, Delhi voters did catapult the activist party into power in a whopping 67 out of 70 seats, forcing even Arvind Kejriwal to admit it was a ‘scary mandate’!

  • Silencing Critics, The Arvind Kejriwal Way

    Politics is a strange animal, always hard to tame. You enter a political arena which is already teeming with the most unscrupulous of pugilists, ready to get the better of rivals by all means, fair or foul. So, when a new player enters the field, he has the option either to play by the rules and be edged out, or challenge the older ones on their own terms. Well, the newly-minted Aam

  • Janhavi upsets 3rd seed Aashu

    Mumbai : Unseeded Janhavi Jagtap of Mumbai defeated third seed Aashu Khatale of Nashik in a Girl’s under-15 first round match of the Junior Badminton Championship – 2015 (West Zone leg). The Mumbai shuttler was aggressive from the start and called the shots to record victory in straight games 11-9, 11-6.

  • Verdict Of The Vedas

    Sardar Panikkar’s solid support of the Union Finance Minister’s plan to promote the prize bond lottery is soul-edifying in its thought content. Yes, the prize bond scheme is gambling (of which Shri Morarji Desai was a great opponent), but what’s wrong with it? The Puranas and the Vedas, Rig Veda in particular, mentions gambling. Therefore there’s nothing sinful in having a flutter on the treasury bonds. There may be some who would

  • OZ acid test awaits the Afghans

    Perth : Afghanistan face their toughest test of the World Cup so far when they play four-time champions Australia today.

  • Sarfaraz stars in D.Y. Patil win

    Mumbai : Sarfaraz Khan’s timely knock of 62 runs helped D.Y. Patil ‘A’ score a 6 wicket win against State Bank of Travancore (SBT) in a concluding Group ‘D’ league match of the 11th All India Dr. D.Y. Patil T20 Cup, organised by the D.Y. Patil Sports Academy.