Free Press Journal
  • Video showing principal beating students goes viral

    Bengaluru : A videograph of a principal allegedly beating the students of Industrial Training Institute here  has gone viral after it was shared with the media by the students on Friday.

  • Techie returns from Everest base camp with horror tales!

    New Delhi/Hyderabad : A 28-year-old techie, who was stranded while trekking to Mount Everest base camp when an earthquake hit the region, has returned home safely but with tales of horror she witnessed on her way back.

  • Indian Government must remove the blindfold

    Democracies flourish only if governments in power take on the mantle of a progressive collective, and thereby ensure that regressive mores that riddle a society are effectively countered. Otherwise the nature of a democracy itself shifts, from the beacon of progress and equality to a rigid, regressive polity that harbours ills that breed inequality and injustice.

  • I try to take a picture to a higher level: Subi Samuel

    Istarted my career with a shoot for Shah Rukh Khan! And it was because of a magazine trusting me to shoot with Shah Rukh; some other photographer was supposed to go and he couldn’t make it and that’s how I ended up going for that shoot. I was an absolute newbie then. It’s said someone’s loss is another’s gain… and that situation just turned around to my advantage. I was able to

  • Yoga now linked with medicine and fitness, not spirituality

     Washington :  Yoga has become increasingly associated with medicine and fitness and decreasingly associated with spirituality, according to a new US study which examined how the meaning of yoga transformed in the past three decades.

  • Swapnil shines in Bandra Heroes first victory

    Mumbai : Opener Swapnil Salvi was at his attacking best while helping Bandra Heroes defeat Thane Marathas by four wickets for their first win in the Twister-Mitsui Shoji T-20 league.

  • RCB Sarfaraz eyes U-19 World Cup via IPL

    Bengaluru : IPL’s youngest player Sarfaraz Khan, who hit a blistering 21-ball unbeaten 45 against Rajasthan Royals in his side Royal Challenger Bangalore’s last match, has set his sight on representing the country in the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh next year. The 17-year-old Sarfaraz said he would like to impress the national selectors through his performances in the cash-rich T20 league just as other youngsters were doing.

  • Prasad meets DoP officials for Post Bank, eCommerce segment

    New Delhi:  Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad met senior officials of the Department of Posts (DoP) to review issues relating to setting up of Post Bank and eCommerce delivery segment.  Prasad said DoP with the world’s largest postal network can make Post Bank a game-changer in the Indian banking sector as well as become a market leader in domestic eCommerce delivery segment.  It should become a local agency for the