Free Press Journal
  • Rash driver knocks down pedestrian

    Bhayandar : A 47-year-old pedestrian was killed on the spot when an over speeding four-wheeler mowed him down in Bhayandar (east) a little past midnight on Sunday.

  • New campaign to surrender LPG subisdy

    NEW DELHI : With hardly any response to the Prime Minister’s appeal to the elite in January to voluntarily give up the subsidy on LPG connections, the Petroleum Ministry is planning a new media campaign to make more such creamy layer consumers conscious to surrender the subsidy.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will be back to work and achievements with definite bang. You will get much liked people under you to work on projects that will increase your confidence.

  • BJP on fire, don’t know what will happen next: Lalu Prasad

    Patna : Putting the BJP on the mat over infighting within the party and among the NDA constituents, RJD president Lalu Prasad on Monday said the party is “on fire” and nobody has an inkling as to what will happen next.

  • ‘Greek tragedy may see RBI selling $15-bn to defend Rupee at 65’

    Mumbai : If the much-awaited Greek deal fails, the Reserve Bank will have to sell as much as $15 billion to defend the rupee at 65 levels, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a report. The embattled Greek government is set to present a compromise deal with the European Union and other global creditors to avoid a sovereign default on Monday.  “In our view, neither equities nor the rupee is pricing in

  • Hackers ground Polish plane

    Warsaw : A cyber attack against Polish flagship carrier LOT grounded more than 1,400 passengers at Warsaw’s Frederic Chopin Airport in what an airline spokesman described as the “first attack of its kind”.

  • Your Mind Is A Garden – Rochman Reese

    SOME time ago, Sofan and I were visiting some friends in the country. We were staying at a beautiful little guest cabin, surrounded by fruit trees, flowers and even a few goats. Painted above the doorway in brightly coloured, flowing letters were the words:

  • Environment on the back burner

    Prime Minister Modi planted a kadamb sapling at his official residence at Race Course, New Delhi, on the World Environment Day. But the subject of environment is deeper. Modi’s policies are wholly against environment. While addressing the Environment Ministers of the States two months ago, Modi said that the Government was in the process of recovering four times the present rates for the forests that were felled. At present developers have to pay Rs 10 lacs per