Free Press Journal
  • Britain scorched on hottest July day in history

    London : Britain was reeling on Wednesday on its hottest-ever day in July on record as temperatures soared higher than even tropical Delhi and Mumbai.

  • Opposition members stage a protest at the MBMC meet on Wednesday.

    BJP and Oppn engage in ‘veg vs non-veg’ tussle

    Bhayandar : Chaos ruled the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation’s monthly meet on Wednesday, which started off on an ugly note with opposition members vehemently protesting the mayor’s autocratic style of conducting the house. This was followed by a brazen ‘veg versus non-veg’ battle between corporators.

  • Ratan Tata buys stake in Ola

    New Delhi :  Top industrialist Ratan Tata has bought a stake in online taxi-hailing firm Ola, the company said.

  • Police silent on securing other religious sites: Centre to High Court

    New Delhi : The Centre on Wednesday told Delhi High Court that while the city police has taken steps to ensure safety of churches and institutes run by missionaries, it was “silent” on the issue of protecting other religious places like temples, mosques and gurudwaras.

  • Don’t Exploit ,Instead Educate

    Exploitation of illiterates and poor people is a known phenomena all over the world, as we all are very much aware that powerful or so called educated men have long been using uneducated, illiterate and backward people as slaves or as bonded labour and have been forcing them to work hard under inhuman conditions so as to make things easy and life comfortable for the former. Today, even if a man gives

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Those in cosmetic and modelling sectors will get a new platform for their business and career. In politics you can dominate your enemies and get success over your assignments and deals.

  • Excess Vitamin A disrupts immune system

    London: Too much Vitamin A shuts down the body’s trained immunity, opening door to infections to which we would otherwise be immune, says a new study, reports IANS. According to the study, excess Vitamin A makes the body ‘forget’ past infections. The findings suggest that although Vitamin A supplementation can have profound health benefits when someone is deficient, supplementation of the vitamin above and beyond normal levels may have negative health consequences. 

  • Defiant Prices

    Whenever Mr Nehru attempts to tackle complex problems of economics, he can be extremely naïve. His latest circular to the state Governments asking them to make it obligatory on shopkeepers to display price lists of essential commodities,presumably to stimulate consumer-resistance against runaway prices is a case in point. Obviously, Shri Nehru proceeds from the assumption that the general run of consumers are unaware of the reasonable prices of common consumer commodities and

  • Manjhi questions Nitish over implementation of 34 agendas

    Patna : Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Wednesday questioned the Nitish Kumar government as to why it was implementing “modified” versions of his 34 agendas which were cancelled soon after he was removed from the post.