Free Press Journal
  • Preventing group discrimination

    Meet Rahul, a journalist with experience of working for the Indian and foreign media, who now runs Medianet, a small print-TV-radio setup. During his quest in Delhi’s market for rented housing, easygoing Rahul was a welcome prospective tenant for many landlords, particularly in the well-appointed colonies of South Delhi.

  • Ranbir Kapoor Admires Deepika Padukone!

    Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone have reached a stage in their life where they can speak about each other without inhibition and let bygones be bygones. While the two of them have made movies together and are considered the best onscreen Jodi post Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol, there is still a lot that has remained unsaid and unquestioned.

  • Bobby Jindal to announce presidential plans on June 24

    Washington :  Indian-American Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said he would make a final decision on June 24 whether to seek Republican nomination to run for US president in 2016.

  • SC stays PMET results till June 9

     New Delhi  : The Supreme Court, observing the credibility of the All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) was in question,  on Wednesday asked the CBSE not to declare the  results till June 9 as Haryana Police was probing the leak of the May 3 examination paper.

  • Serena makes semis

    Paris : Top seed Serena Williams set up a semi-final clash with Timea Bacsinszky at the French Open after defeating Italian 17th seed Sara Errani 6-1, 6-3 on Wednesday.

  • Monsoon may hit Kerala in 48 hours, rains cool states

    Thiruvananthapuram : Pre-monsoon rains brought down temperatures in some states while monsoon seemed set to hit Kerala within 48 hours, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Wednesday.

  • Mission to make cities breathe with greens

    “The PM would plant a sapling at 7 Race Course Road at 9.30 AM on Friday and hand over plants also to India’s cricket captain Virat Kohli and wrestler Sushil Kumar to sow them elsewhere,” -Prakash Javadekar/
    Environment and Forest Minister

  • ‘FY16 divestment target of Rs 69,500 cr looks daunting’

    New Delhi : Downturn in the stock markets on fears of a deficient monsoon and the impending hike in interest rates in the US will make it difficult for the government to meet its ambitious disinvestment target of Rs 69,500 crore for the current fiscal.

  • Vidya Is Impressed By Both Emraan and Rajkumar!

    Vidya Balan might play the central character in HUMARI ADHURI KAHANI, but she is ensuring she ain’t hogging the limelight all for herself. In fact, in a recent interview she confessed that she cannot decide which of her co-stars has a bigger and stronger role!

  • Experts welcome ban on loose cigarettes

    Mumbai : City health experts and activists have welcomed the state health department’s decision of banning the sale of loose cigarettes. The medical fraternity believes that this is one step ahead in the control of tobacco consumption in the state, as people will now find cigarettes to be too expensive to buy. This is because a loose cigarette is cheaper and more affordable for the common man as compared to an entire cigarette

  • Sania-Hingis bow out

    Paris : Indian ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis crashed out of the French Open after being upstaged in straight sets by Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova in their women’s doubles quarterfinal match on Wedensday.