Free Press Journal
  • Patanjali: The Father of Yoga Sutras

    Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra consists of an eight-fold path called Ashtanga, which literally means “Eight limbs” which act as guidelines on how to live a meaningful and purposeful life, writes 

  • Waiving of Pak flags is not criminal offence: Hurriyat

    Srinagar: Hardline Hurriyat Conference today claimed that waving Pakistani flags did not constitute a criminal offence and termed as “sheer frustration” Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s statement about taking action over the incident. “According to ruling of the state High Court passed in 1983, waving Pakistani flag does not fall in the ambit of any (criminal) offence. Waving of a flag cannot be treated as declaring war against any country,” Hurriyat spokesman Ayaz

  • Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

    Mufti Sayeed wants ‘ghar vapsi’ of Bollywood to Valley for boost to tourism

    New Delhi: With an aim of boosting tourism in the state, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today asked Bollywood to do ‘ghar vapsi’ (return) to the valley as he talked about various measures, including holding of a corporates’ meet on the lines of Davos.

  • Rahul Gandhi, Padyatra

    Cong, BJP spar on Twitter over Rahul’s train journey

    Chandigarh: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s recent visit to grain markets in Punjab on train has triggered a war of words on Twitter between the party’s state leaders and BJP here. BJP leader and Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij had taken to the microblogging site on April 29 to say that Rahul on a train looked like “a child had run away from his home”.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Kejriwal defends Tomar, seeks trial of media

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday defended his Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar, accused of faking his law degree, and called for a “public trial” of the media.

  • Victim’s father agrees for post mortem; accepts compensation

    Moga (Punjab): Ending a four-day deadlock, father of the girl who was molested and pushed to death from a moving bus here today agreed to conducting of post-mortem and cremation of the body besides accepting the offer of compensation and a government job.

  • G A Mir

    Congress not defeated by BJP, PDP but from groupism: Mir

    Jammu: Congress was not defeated by BJP or PDP in the state but from the groupism and ignoring the party workers while in government, Jammu and Kashmir Congress chief Ghulam Ahmed Mir today said. “Congress was not defeated by the BJP, NC or PDP but people within the party due to groupism and also sidelining and ignoring workers while the party was in rule”, Mir told Congress workers in presence of Leader of

  • Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi

    India welcomes UN assurance to take up Lakhvi release issue

    New Delhi: India today welcomed UNSC’s assurance of taking up the issue of Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi’s release at its next meeting, and questioned Pakistan’s “sincerity” in the matter. “Any act by Pakistan which is defying the international approach will be condemned by all and the indication which has come from UN that they will be having words with Pakistan in the matter related to release of Lakhvi is a

  • fadnavis

    75 pc eye ailments can be treated, but awareness needed: CM

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said 75 per cent of eye-related ailments can be treated, and raised con
    cern over lack of awareness and adequate medical infrastructure. “Medical science has made enormous progress and we should open the doors of the advancements made for the common man. Young medical practitioners should have the will for public service,” Fadnavis said after inaugurating a private ‘Anideep eye hospital’ in suburban Mumbai.

  • Shot by colleague, Mumbai policeman dies

    Mumbai: A Mumbai police inspector who was shot and critically injured by his junior colleague on Saturday night, died from his bullet injuries here on Sunday, an official said.

  • Tax

    I-T dept collects Rs 6.96 lakh cr revenue during 2014-15

    New Delhi: Government collected over Rs 6,96,200 crore revenue under the direct taxes kitty in the just concluded financial year 2014-15, about 14 per cent short of target. Officials said the I-T Department which collects a variety of taxes like Income Tax and Corporate Tax collected approximately Rs 6,96,200 crore in the fiscal ending March 31, 2015.

  • India Hockey

    Women’s hockey core probables camp from Monday

    New Delhi: A preparatory camp for the Indian women’s hockey core probables will commence at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here from Monday and will continue till June 10.

  • Two batting powerhouses clash as CSK host RCB 

    Chennai: Two batting powerhouses will lock horns as Chennai Super Kings host Royal Challengers Bangalore in the return leg of an Indian Premier League (IPL) fixture at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Monday.

  • Was mentally prepared to bat at three: KKR’s Russell

    Bangalore: Kolkata Knight Riders all-rounder Andre Russell has said he was mentally prepared to bat at number three against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in their Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter here.

  • suicide

    IIT student commits suicide

    Mumbai: A chemical engineering student at IIT, Powai, here allegedly committed suicide, police said today. Jitesh Sharma (21), who hails from Haryana, was found dead on the terrace of the institute’s hostel last evening by his friends. The suburban Powai police was subsequently informed.

  • Mohammad Ashraf Ghani

    Pak ‘no’ to opening up trade route to India angers Ghani

    Pakistan’s refusal to sign the motor vehicle agreement and to open up the road link for India and Afghanistan is a major setback to the efforts of Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to work for a trilateral arrangement through which all three countries may benefit in the economic arena.

  • Boxer Mayweather beats Pacquiao, remains undefeated

    Las Vegas: Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat Manny Pacquiao by a unanimous decision in the “Fight of the Century” to improve his overall fight record to 48-0 here.

  • Salman Khan1

    Being Human not donating for Nepal quake victims: Salman Khan

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has denied he is donating for Nepal earthquake victims through his NGO Being Human. The 49-year-old “Dabangg” star took to his Facebook page to clarify the rumours about Being Human contributing to relief fun for the quake affected people.

  • B-Town glued to Mayweather-Pacquiao fight

    Mumbai: The much hyped boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao proved out be a nail biting bout for viewers, including Bollywood stars like Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan.