Free Press Journal
  • AAP messes it up further

    With each passing day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal provides fresh evidence that governance is not his strong suit. The former Indian Revenue Office, who sought celebrity status ignoring his official duties to work for an NGO, seems to be permanently in the agitation mode. While as CM he is expected to put his nose to the grindstone and solve myriad problems of 1.25 crore people in the national capital, Kejriwal seems

  • Restaurants can push healthy eating in kids

    New York : Contrary to popular belief, more healthy meals for kids were ordered after a regional restaurant chain added more healthy options to its kids’ menu and removed soda and fries, says a study according to IANS.

  • Rajniesh Duggal’s hands are full

    Ravindra Singh’s R-Vision India Pvt. Ltd. announced that they have signed Rajniesh Duggal for their upcoming film ‘Udhanchoo’. The movie also marks the entry of Director Vipin Parashar, who has helmed ‘No Exit’ and ‘CM Saab’, into mainstream Hindi cinema and the debut of lead actress Saisha who will be seen romancing Rajniesh Duggal. Apart from the lead paid, other cast includes Prem Chopra, Bruna Abdullah, Ashutosh Rana and Bijendra Kala.

  • Not giving up yet: Boxing India President

    New Delhi :  Ousted Boxing India President Sandeep Jajodia is unwilling to give up just yet and has sought a meeting with International Boxing Association (AIBA) to discuss what he calls an “externally engineered” revolt against him.

  • Saudi king sacks aide for slapping scribe

    Riyadh : Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has sacked a senior aide, days after he was filmed appearing to slap a photojournalist, media reports said today.

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    Nepal: Modi demolishes a stereotype

    In an age where it is fashionable to be cynical or, to use its media euphemism, ‘critical’, good news is rarely headline news — unless it is a sporting triumph. In the hierarchy of values, national pride ranks pretty low among the chattering classes. As such, it comes as little or no surprise that the staggeringly rapid response of the Government of India to the earthquake devastation in neighbouring Nepal had a

  • Contracts in the Public Private Partnership model are sinking ships for the anmumbai Municipal Corpor

    Mumbai : According to municipal corporators from the city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is loosing crores of rupees due to Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects that it has undertaken. The corporators have alleged that the private players grossly violate the agreements made with the BMC and that there is lack on transparency in the implementation of these projects once they are taken up.

  • Bitter taste receptors found on human heart

    Melbourne : Smell and taste receptors normally found in the nose and mouth can also be present on the human heart, scientists have found, according to PTI.

  • Bihar town protests abduction of doctor, wife

    Patna : Hundreds of people on Tuesday took to streets in Bihar’s Gaya district to protest the abduction of a doctor and his wife.

  • Kunal Kapoor lends support to the Nepal earthquake

    The earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit in Nepal on April 25, 2015, taking the lives of about 7000 people that has left an everlasting mark on millions around the globe.

  • Wasim Akram, Vengsarkar bat for home grown coach for Indian team

    Kolkata : With the Indian cricket team currently looking for a coach, Pakistani pace legend Wasim Akram and former India skipper Dilip Vengsarkar batted for a home grown expert for the job, citing their knowledge about domestic cricketers on Tuesday.

  • Selfie-taking tourists break Hercules statue

    London : Selfies are becoming a menace so much so that a couple of tourists’ obsession with selfies claimed a priceless artefact in Italy.

  • US architects designing change for women in India

    Washington : Their mantra is to strike a balance between the built and natural environments, but an American landscape architect is using that very thinking to provide to sex workers in India new careers in textile and design production, reports IANS.

  • Outside world has put more pressure on Maxwell: George Bailey

    Bengaluru : George Bailey today said swashbuckling all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has disappointed himself in the IPL, even as the Kings XI Punjab captain remained optimistic about the team’s chances of making it to the play-offs despite seven losses.

  • Cabinet clears bill on Bangla land boundary accord

    New Delhi : The union cabinet on Tuesday cleared a bill to operationalise the land boundary agreement with Bangladesh which entails exchange of enclaves by both countries.

  • Migrant tragedy hits Rome, dozens dead

    Rome : The Save the Children aid group reported another migrant tragedy on Tuesday, with survivors saying ‘dozens’ of their fellow passengers fell out of their rubber boat and likely drowned in the Mediterranean as a rescue vessel neared.