Free Press Journal
  • Media turns AAP’s punching bag

    It is not unusual for the media to be at dagger’s drawn with a government, but the adversarial relationship between Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal and sections of the media in Delhi takes the cake in the extent of bad blood between them.

  • Kin question clean chit to SAI in athlete case

    Thiruvananthapuram : Family members of the female athletes who attempted suicide at a sports hostel at Alappuzha in Kerala last week have come out against the Sports Authority of India (SAI) for giving a clean chit to their seniors, who had allegedly driven them to the extreme step.

  • Prince Charles ‘black spider memos’ to be released     

    London : Secret letters written by Prince Charles to Labour government a decade ago are set to be made public after a long court battle. The 27 “black spider memos”, are a series of letters and memos written by 66-year-old Charles, Prince of Wales, to British government ministers and politicians, will be released after a decade-long campaign by ‘The Guardian’ newspaper. The documents are expected to be published by the newspaper, the UK’s

  • Dressing up in red makes men look angry, dominant

    Washington : While you may dress up in red thinking it makes you look attractive, a new study has shown that it gives out “angry and dominant” vibes, reports ANI.

  • China baby survives 8 days buried alive       

     Beijing : A Chinese baby born with a cleft lip was abandoned by his parents and buried in a cardboard box two days later, but rescued alive eight days further on, media reported.      The parents left the baby in a remote countryside in the southern province of Guangxi, before he was buried, apparently by relatives who believed he had died, Guangxi Online News said. But water and air were able to seep

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul’s Telangana padyatra to focus farmer woes

    Hyderabad : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will embark on a 15-km padyatra in Adilabad district of Telangana on Friday, highlighting the woes of farmers over which he has taken tenaciously on the Narendra Modi government at the Centre.

  • Kuch kuch hota hai when you see Evelyn

    Evelyn Sharma’s Kuch Kuch Locha Hai might have got lost when it released alongside ‘Piku’ but the actress only won hearts. While the film has redefined fun and racy and didn’t gather too much appreciation, it was the petite actress who has come out with most applauds.

  • Pakistan blame game in full flow after Bangladesh debacle

    Karachi : Pakistan’s cricket chiefs face a battle to address the reasons behind their disastrous tour to Bangladesh as they gear up for their first home series against Test opposition in six years.

  • Opinion

    Trilateral oil collaboration

    The issue of vigorous cooperation between the BRICS members to ensure energy security has assumed prime importance once again following the rise in the crude oil prices in the global market. For India, the soft oil price days of 2014-15 are gone and it is high time that Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes up seriously with his BRICS counterparts, especially Russia and China, the issue of joint collaboration in oil and gas

  • Extreme selfie fans get their own drone

    New York : You can now click your selfies with the help of a drone. The self-flying Lily Camera is a new consumer photography drone specifically for capturing aerial selfies, reports IANS.

  • SAAVI to be screened at IFFSA

    Upcoming movie ‘Saavi – A Bonded Bride’ based on the barter system, will be screened at the biggest South Asian Film Festival in North America, IFFSA. The film which is high on content will be showcased in prestigious IFFSA (International Film Festival of South Asia) after Bollywood movies.

  • Regulatory bodies formed to control fees in pvt colleges

    Mumbai: The state government has established two regulatory authorities to control admissions and fees in unaided private professional colleges. The government order in this regard was released on Wednesday.

  • 5 killed as Amtrack train derails in Philadelphia

    Philadelphia :  An Amtrak passenger train headed to New York City derailed in Philadelphia, killing at least five people and injuring several dozen more.

  • Arrest Delhi law minister for fake degrees: BJP

    New Delhi: The BJP on Wednesday demanded the arrest of Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar for allegedly furnishing fake provisional certificate of his law degree and holding a fake graduate degree as well.

  • KP ‘devasted’ after selection issue

    London: Sacked England batsman Kevin Pietersen says he is absolutely “devastated” on hearing the news that his hopes of returning to the national side have been dashed by ECB director of cricket Andrew Strauss. Strauss on Tuesday revealed having “trust issues” with Pietersen. “I am absolutely devastated that it looks like my hopes of an England recall have been brought to a close, especially given everything that has been said and asked

  • 2-yr-old dies in Sion Hospital, kin allege negligence

    Mumbai: A two-year-old boy admitted at Sion Hospital on May 4 was about to get discharged on Thursday after a successful operation, but he died at 8 am on Wednesday morning.

  • Guardiola backing Barca to win Berlin final

     Munich: Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is now backing his ex-club Barcelona to win the Champions League.  Bayern were given an early glimmer of hope in their bid to overturn a three-goal deficit in Munich when the unmarked Medhi Benatia headed home on seven minutes at the Allianz Arena.

  • KP to join SRH on Friday

    Hyderabad: England batsman Kevin Pietersen will join Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on Friday, the Indian Premier League (IPL) outfit announced on Wednesday.

  • Self-promotion often backfires

    Washington : Bragging to co-workers about a recent promotion or posting a photo of your brand new car on Facebook may not be the best way to share good news, according to a new study which found that self-promotion often backfires, according to PTI.