Free Press Journal
  • Why good people do bad things

    Washington : A new research has tried reasoning why good people do bad things, offering some insights about when people succumb to versus resist ethical temptations, according to ANI.

  • Fear of of ‘Islamic encroachment’ looms large over British Muslims

    London : Islamist propaganda is influencing children as young as five and there is a need to move into ‘private space’ of Muslims that could alert authorities to curb radicalisation, Britain’s most senior Muslim police chief has said.

  • Stokes double leaves New Zealand in trouble

    London : Ben Stokes followed up his record-breaking century with two wickets in two balls as England moved closer to a stunning win in the first cricket Test against New Zealand at Lord’s on Monday.

  • UP government’s Rs 2 cr subsidy for JAANISAAR

    With a view to encourage film production in the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to increase the amount of subsidy given as an incentive. Each film produced in the state is now entitled to a subsidy of up to Rs 2 crore.

  • Beware of vector-borne diseases this monsoon, say city doctors

    Mumbai : With the monsoons expected in the first week of June by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), city health experts advise people to follow certain precautionary measures in order to keep illnesses and diseases at bay.

  • Hamilton ducks the parties as Rosberg offers sympathy

    Monaco : Lewis Hamilton was conspicuous by his absence on Monday as bleary-eyed reports of the post-race parties after Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix were shared over strong coffee on the Cote d’Azur where, so unexpectedly, his Mercedes team-mate and rival Nico Rosberg had been given a gift-wrapped victory.    The two-time world champion and current series leader is said to enjoy a ‘party lifestyle’ between races, but he made a quick exit to

  • Opinion

    Let us get cracking

    History judges great leaders post facto. The likes of Marx, Churchill, Lincoln were all hailed as great leaders on the basis of the legacy they created, several years after relinquishing the high offices they occupied. Prime Minister Modi seems to be on a similar trajectory too. How will he be judged by history is a question which can’t be answered right now. However he has dropped enough hints of what kind of