Free Press Journal
  • Now, Ditch Perfume Bottles For These New Scented Tees

    London: A Los Angeles fashion label has launched first ever scented t-shirts that will smell good even after dozen of washes, reports ANI. The LA based clothing label, Hiro Clark and the New York based perfume maker, Perfumery Le Labo have collaborated to bring a limited edition of t-shirts named ‘Smells Like You’ that have been infused with signature scent, the Independent reported.

  • Section 66A dies, social media venom lives

    To anyone who needed proof that India is a vibrant constitutional democracy, the two Supreme Court judges, Chelameswar and Rohinton Nariman, gave it in ample measure when they struck down Sec.66A of the Information Technology Act. In Shreya Singhal, the 24 year old law student, we had a new heroine who could successfully challenge the might of the Indian state. That she was a conscientious petitioner whose battle for citizens’ fundamental freedoms

  • Unforgettable Lessons

    IN Singapore, a taxi company asked its drivers for suggestions on improving business. Many of them were sarcastic, some were negative and some ignored the call. But one enterprising driver presented a list of 25 ideas. Some were practical, some farfetched and some were hollow. One of the ideas was to install TV sets for passengers to watch while travelling. The company accepted the idea and installed 5’ screens in a 100

  • World Cup over, it’s time now for IPL extravaganza

    Forty-five days of cricketing extravaganza finally came to end with Australian supremacy. The hosts wanted to win the World Cup for their captain Michael Clarke, who retired from ODI, now sitting on the top of the world after defeating New Zealand in the final.

  • Serena sizzles in Miami Open

    Miami : Serena Williams recovered well from knee injury to ease past Romanian Monica Niculescu 6-3, 6-1 at her Miami Open opener here on Saturday.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- Careless talk with the spouse may lead to problems like severe strains in the relationship. Students, fickle mindedness and lack of concentration may lead to failures.

  • Italy coach gets ‘death threats’ over player injury

    Rome : The president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), Carlo Tavecchio has revealed Italy’s national coach Antonio Conte has received death threats following an injury to his Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio.

  • Reforms: Delays par for course

    The NDA Government’s agenda for economic reforms – that is crucial to kick-start flagging growth in the economy – has finally moved forward in the face of intense political opposition. Expectations were clearly unrealistic that a government with a commanding majority would be in a better position to implement policy changes faster than, say, a minority government hobbled by a rainbow coalition. It has indeed been a tough slog for the NDA

  • Aus too good for us: McCullum

    Melbourne : New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum expressed pride and delight with the way his team performed in the World Cup, despite a comprehensive loss to Australia in the final.

  • Brendon keeps retirement suspense alive

    Melbourne: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum kept everyone guessing about his retirement from ODI cricket. “There may be guys within our group who will retire. We’ll let the dust settle on this one, and we certainly won’t look to grab any headlines over the next couple of days because they belong to Australia and they’ve earned the right to do so. We’ll let the dust settle,” the skipper was evasive. But he

  • India lose 0-4 against Syria

    Dhaka : India lost their second consecutive match in the Asian Football Confederation’s  Under-23 Championship, going down 0-4 against Syria in a Group E match at the Bangabandhu Stadium here on Sunday.

  • The bloodletting in AAP

    So, the dream of a new politics, clean politics, lies shattered, smashed in a million pieces by the skullduggery of its latest, and foremost salesman, Arvind Kejriwal. The AAP leader’s Hitlerian mindset has killed the AAP experiment even before it could get underway. Now, all that is left is yet another one-man party, a la Mulayam Singh’s Samajwadi Party or Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party. The people who will certainly feel cheated are

  • Trashers clinch Darryl Crasto trophy

    Mumbai : Consistent scorer Fahim Fakhi once again produced the goods which helped Trashers, Kalina lift the Late Darryl Crasto Memorial Trophy for men in the Catholic Gymkhana’s annual rink football tournament. The sharpshooter Fakhi , scored two crucial goals, one in each half as Trashers overcame Bombastic Rockies 2-1 in a pulsating men’s open final, played at the gymkhana’s floodlit grounds, Marine Drive. Franco S. netted Rockies lone goal in the first

  • Clarke calls for changes in ODI rules

    Melbourne: Australian skipper Michael Clarke has said he would like to see five fielders outside the 30-yard circle instead of the current four during “powerplays” to allow bowlers more protection during field restrictions in ODI cricket. His sentiments are similar to Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni who felt that the current ODI rules are loaded heavily in favour of the batsman. Clarke’s comments add more fuel to growing calls by several experts

  • Aus second team to win on home soil

    Melbourne: Australia on Sunday became only the second outfit to clinch the cricket World Cup trophy on home soil, and third ever to win as co-hosts. Australia defeated New Zealand by seven wickets in the final to hold aloft the grand prize in front of a packed house at the MCG. In 2011, India became the first team to win the coveted trophy in their own backyard and second to win it

  • ‘Nik’ In Time

    When Kipling penned his celebrated Ballad, conflict between East and West merely meant the antagonism of the sola topee for the pugree, the pantaloon for the dhoti, and the luxury of the fork and knife for the pristine utilitarianism of the fingers.