Free Press Journal
  • Survey reveals where happiest kids live

    London : Children are more likely to be happy with their friendships in Europe and more likely to be happy with their school lives in Africa, says a global survey from Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany, according to IANS

  • Janata parivar: treading on eggshells

    The old socialists, and members of the erstwhile Janata Dal, are going through a slow process of merging. Slow because for once they have not allowed over-enthusiasm to drug them into failure; so, they are handling the delicate procedure fraught with egos and insecurities with more maturity than any of them have displayed in the past.

  • Aussies relish England KP chaos

    Sydney : Australian cricketers are in shock over Kevin Pietersen’s banishment from the international game and delighted they won’t have to face him in this year’s Ashes series.

  • MBMC ward officer suspended: Illegal bldgs

    Bhayandar : Adopting a tough stand against the massive illegal constructions mushrooming in and around the coastal areas of Uttan, civic chief Achyut Hange on Thursday passed suspension orders of ward officer Dilip Jagdale  for his indiscipline and failure in tackling the problem of illegal construction in his jurisdiction.

  • Boys will have to put their best foot forward: Moody

    Hyderabad : Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody on Thursday said that his boys would like to put their best foot forward when they clash with Royal Challengers Bangalore, here today in a crucial encounter of the Indian Premier League cricket tournament.

  • Decision on projecting Bihar CM on hold: BJP

    Motihari : Amid uncertainty over the BJP’s chief ministerial face in the Bihar Assembly polls due later this year, party national spokesman Shahanwaz Hussain on Thursday said a decision on it will be taken by its Parliamentary board.

  • Brother Hemant, Rupesh strike

    Mumbai : Brothers, Hemant and Rupesh Meher combined effectively by scoring a goal each to lead Brainy World to a 2-1 win against Golden Tigers in a 4th round match of the Colaba Super League, conducted under auspices of the MDFA, supported by Aadhar Pratishthan and played at the Back Gardens, Colaba. Ritesh Sathe netted the lone goal for the Tigers, who put up a good fight.

  • How to be Thankful

    Do you take many things in your life for granted? Maybe if you look at the world a little differently, you’ll realize how much you have to be thankful for.

  • Cool Beauty

    Stay calm, stay fresh and listen to lots of good music- it will help you combat the heat… SARAH JANE DIAS shares skin care rituals for the summer with PRATISHTHA MALHOTRA.

  • Newly restored Rajabai Clock Tower and Library Building in the university’s Fort campus.

    Mumbai University mulling to hold expo of rare gold coins

    Mumbai : University of Mumbai is planning to give a rare feast to the city. University of Mumbai, in coordination with the Hinduja Foundation, a part of UK-based Hinduja Group, is planning to organise an exhibition of rare gold coins in the newly restored Rajabai Clock Tower and Library Building in the university’s Fort campus.

  • Women search for lesbian porn online

    New York : Women are much more likely to search for “lesbian” sex than men while looking for porn online, finds a study, reports IANS.

  • Second round of talks on Indo-Pak cricket in coming weeks: Thakur

    Chandigarh : Amid intense speculation over the fate of the proposed India-Pakistan series, the BCCI today indicated that a second round of talks between the two Boards could take place soon to work out the modalities for resumption of bilateral cricketing ties.

  • Netas can’t blow their trumpet at cost of exchequer

    The Supreme Court ban on using pictures of ministers in government advertisements and its observation that only photographs of the President, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India should feature in government-sponsored ads in the media are progressive steps that deserve to be welcomed in principle.

  • 14-year-old Indian-American is National Geographic Bee

    Washington : Karan Menon(pictured), a 14-year-old Indian-origin boy, answered questions about places from Tashkent to Telangana to win the National Geographic Bee championship here with the top three positions going to Indian-Americans, reports IANS.