Free Press Journal
  • Govt is in no haste on law to scrap collegium system?

    New Delhi : The Government seems to be in no hurry to bring into force a law which would end the over two-decade-long collegium system of appointment of judges and would await the outcome of proceedings in the Supreme Court on Wednesday before taking a final call.

  • RCB aim home domination, take on SRH

    Bengaluru : Riding high after beating defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders in their opening match, Royal Challengers Bangalore will look to exploit the home advantage when they take on Sunrisers Hyderabad in an IPL cricket match here today.

  • Raima Sen

    Raima enjoys being single

    It has been long since we have heard of Raima Sen being associated with anyone, so we asked her if there are days when she longs for that special someone, “I have been single for a long time and there are times I feel lonely, everyone wants somebody at some point of time but when you are working that loneliness gets overshadowed. You keep meeting new people, traveling and experiencing life, then

  • Hamilton emerges victorious in China GP

    Shanghai : Lewis Hamilton roared to victory at the Chinese Grand Prix but sparked a furious blast from Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg as their long-running feud reignited on Saturday.

  • Minimum investment for CPSE ETF to be cut as DoD plans revamp

    New Delhi : The Disinvestment Department is working on revamping the existing CPSE Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) to make it retail investor friendly by reducing the minimum investment criteria, reports PTI.

  • Youth hangs self in Juhu

    Mumbai : Parents of 25 year-old Chinar Shah got up on Sunday morn-ing got a rude shock when they witnessed their son’s body hanging from the curtain rod of the long windows of his be-droom. Chinar Shah who had completed his diploma in arch-itecture back in 2013 and at present was helping his father in their business committed su-icide though no suicide note has been found yet. Chinar, the only son of Padamshi

  • Barbie is the most influential woman CEO on Google Images

    Washington : Did you even notice how many female faces you see when you search for the word “CEO” in Google Images search? Try and the first woman CEO to appear is not the PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi or ICICI Bank’s Chanda Kochchar but an animated figure named “CEO Barbie”!

  • Being the change – Career in Soft Skills

    Today, soft skills are becoming as important technical skills to secure a job and work at it well. A whole new area of training has opened up for those who are effective and particular

  • Unattended train travels 26 km backward in B’desh

    Dhaka : Twenty-three passengers onboard a train in Bangladesh today went through a harrowing experience when their train travelled backwards for at least 26 kilometres without any driver or guard.

  • Brokerages see rating upgrade for India in next 12-18 months

    New Delhi : A sovereign rating upgrade is on the cards for India in the next 12-18 months, driven by the ongoing structural reforms, particularly on the taxation front, global brokerage firms say.      India is currently at the last rung of investment grade, just a notch above the ‘junk’ status, by all three leading global credit rating agencies – Moody’s, S&P and Fitch. The sovereign rating and outlook for a country are

  • Bollywood hunks on marriage and love

    These are macho men who have felled villains and romanced their gorgeous heroines such that they themselves have become the epitome of love and romance, however the love they project on 70mm is a lot different from what it is in real life… what’s their take on the difference and their reality check read on…

  • BCCI to meet over new coach on April 26

    New Delhi : The new regime of the BCCI will have its first Working Committee meeting on April 26 in Kolkata and discussions on Duncan Fletcher’s possible replacement will be held at that conclave.

  • India finish 3rd in Azlan Shah ey

    Ipoh (Malaysia) : India produced a spirited performance to beat Korea 4-1 in the penalty shoot-out after both the teams were locked at 2-2 at regulation time, to finish a creditable third in the Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament on Sunday.

  • Fulfillment In Surrender

    IF we would embark on the great adventure of limitless being, we must be willing to release ourselves and our desires to the will of God. Many persons take a dim view of such a gloomy sounding prospect, perhaps because they have never known God or the nature of God. They do not know a God of joy, only a God of sorrow and suffering. Their vision might be clouded by deeply

  • Storytelling video games beneficial?

    Berlin: Non-violent video games that capitalise on storytelling have prosocial benefits that could ultimately be helpful to clinical disorders such as autism, a new study suggests.

  • First crisis centre for rape victims coming up in May

    New Delhi : The first of the much-talked about intervention centres for rape victims may finally see the light of the day next month – almost five months after the planned date – with its inauguration nearly a year after the Narendra Modi government came  to power.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will continued to be troubled by tiredness and low vitality today. As well some trials and tribulations come too, to make everything much harder you may feel. Students must concentrate more on their studies.

  • A Time To Work

    A sigh of relief is in order at the reported decision of the Bombay Corporation to launch a one-crore road improvement programme in Greater Bombay. The growth of the city has been so rapid and so enormous in recent years that the agony of our roads had become unendurable.