Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal: Hoisted by his own petard

    The old, established parties proved themselves before power corrupted them. Both the Congress and the BJP have often strayed from the straight and narrow, but not before they had been around for several decades. In sharp contrast, the Aam Aadmi Party, the latest on the political marquee, seems to have been infected with the Machiavellian virus within a year of its founding. It may not unravel yet, given that it has rock

  • Chinese official suspended for watching porn video at work

    Beijing : Chinese official has been suspended after he was caught watching pornographic videos at work. The county government of Huining decided to suspend the deputy head of local transport bureau after reporters from a local Economic Daily reported that he watched pornographic movies during work time, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Local publicity department said that the official was suspended after investigation by local discipline watchdog. According to the report, there were

  • Action against orchestra bars continues

    Bhayandar : Continuing its crackdown against vulgarity, the Thane (rural) police scored a hat-trick of sorts on Satur-day night by raiding another live orchestra bar, this time on one that is located bang opposite the Kashi-mira police station. Saturday’s raid carried out at Sarang Bar, under the supervision of a trainee IPS officer, is the third consecutive action in the past three days. As many as 21 peo-ple including four bar girls and

  • Champion Srikanth clinches Swiss crown

    Basel : Putting his All England Open disappointment behind, top Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth displayed pure class to oust defending champion Viktor Axelsen and clinch the men’s singles title at the $120,000 Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold on Sunday.

  • Senior players will need to step up now: Amla

    Sydney : With the South African team keen to shrug-off the chokers tag, star batsman Hashim Amla has said the experienced campaigners in the squad will need to step up their performance when they take on Sri Lanka in the World Cup quarter-finals at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday.

  • The mane role!

    Celebrity tress expert SAVIO JOHN PEREIRA shares his bible on complete hair care for women exclusively with CINEBLITZ (more…)

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today you will complete your tasks in time and may get time to help your subordinates or colleagues in their work. There will new opportunities or deals in business. Romance is in the air.

  • World’s first successful penis transplant

    Johannesburg : The news of a man getting a penis transplant has gone viral, and now it has been revealed how the procedure was actually done, reports ANI.

  • What, No Bananas!

    The ministers of Maharashtra have taken a deplorable decision; they shall not, they say, attend any more receptions in their honour or agree to lay any more foundation stones. If this unwise decision is taken seriously, the country’s life as we have grown to know it is likely to be put completely out of gear.

  • Services beat Punjab to lift Santosh trophy

    Ludhiana : Services lifted the Santosh Trophy after edging out hosts Punjab 5-4 via tie-breaker in a nail-biting and an exciting summit clash at Guru Nanak Stadium on Sunday.

  • ‘Judicial overreach’ only to save environment, says SC judge

    New Delhi : In unusually blunt remarks, a senior Supreme Court judge on Sunday criticised the government for describing judicial decisions as “overreach”, saying those were taken with the aim of protecting environment and the judiciary is not against infrastructure development.

  • NASA-funded balloon goes to the edge of space

    New York : NASA’s newest American commercial near-space services provider, World View (WV) of Tucson, Arizona, successfully launched its Tycho balloon from Arizona’s Pinal Airfield. The balloon reached an altitude of 105,000 feet and loitered above 98,425 feet for nearly an hour and 45 minutes. It carried University of Central Florida’s (UCF), Orlando, Planetary Atmospheres Minor Species Sensor (PAMSS) experiment and Erie Pennsylvania’s Gannon University (GU) Cosmic-Ray Calorimeter (CRC). This technology could be

  • Nexus Between HRA And Home Loan

    Over a period of time, we have received numerous queries from taxpayers embracing varied topics in the income tax lexicon. However, if we were to choose any one issue that comes up most frequently, it would be that of House Rent Allowance (HRA) and its co-existence with tax deduction on home loans. Among all income tax doubts that arise in general, the issue of HRA going hand in hand with housing loan