Free Press Journal
  • Coping with dyslexia

    Feeling discouraged

    I am a 17 year old boy. I am a hardworking person and managed to score a 90% in my 12th board exams. However I still did not manage to get admission into the college I wanted. I now have no motivation to study and feel very low. I want a bright future. My parents are worried and we keep getting into arguments. I need help!

  • stressed

    Are you financially stressed out?

    Besides medical factors there is another factor that also tends to cause or contribute to physical problems. This factor is called “Financial Worry”, writes KARTIK JHAVERI.

  • Court asks habitual petitioner to deposit Rs 50K before hearing PIL

    Mumbai : On a public interest litigation urging constitution of a new managing committee to run the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, the Bombay High Court has asked the petitioner to deposit Rs 50,000 as security to hear the matter and test his bonafides.

  • India to become Hindu nation by 2020: Singhal

    New Delhi : Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) patron Ashok Singhal on Saturday said India will become a Hindu nation by 2020 and the entire world would be Hindu by 2030. Singhal was speaking at a function here to release a book on the life and work of former RSS chief K.C. Sudarshan.

  • Iran leader says policy against ‘arrogant’ US ‘won’t change’

    Tehran : Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that a landmark nuclear deal with world powers “won’t change” the country’s stance towards the “arrogant” United States government. The remarks were greeted by chants of “Death to America” at a ceremony in Tehran.

  • Indian-origin Huma highest paid staffer in US presidential campaign

    Washington : White House aspirant Hillary Clinton’s longtime associate Huma Abedin, whose father is from India and mother from Pakistan, is the highest paid staffer in the US presidential campaign, taking home an annual salary of more than $ 277,000. Abedin was paid

  • BMC mulls plan to collect e-waste at specific spots

    Mumbai : Much has been said about the garbage disposal, segregation and recycling apparatus of Mumbai with the corporators pointing fingers at the administration earlier this month for not having a mechanism in place for disposal of garbage and segregation of wet and dry garbage. To tackle the increase in garbage generation in the city better, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is chalking out a plan that will be implemented in the coming months.

  • Rajasthan town turns hotspot for Bollywood!

    Mandawa (Rajasthan) : Away from fancy foreign locales, this small but culturally rich town in Rajasthan is attracting Bollywood filmmakers with its rustic essence, quaint surroundings, havelis exuding old-world charm and intriguing maze-like bylanes.

  • Who killed my ‘piggy’…?

    Despite modernisation of banking sector, which brought in the concept of “plastic money”, having a piggy bank in one’s childhood has its own charm, feels SUMEET NAIK.

  • The Mastery Manual

    The Mastery Manual is packed with real-world ideas and practices that will get you to world-class quickly.

  • Young Elizabeth’s image making Nazi salute criticised

    London : Buckingham Palace has expressed its disappointment over a British tabloid to dig out private archival pictures showing a young Queen Elizabeth II seemingly performing a Nazi salute in 1933. ‘The Sun’ has published the pictures on its front page today and refused to disclose how it procured them.

  • Girl murder: AAP blames both Delhi cops, Centre

    New Delhi : Continuing their face-off, the AAP on Saturday blamed the Delhi Police for the deteriorating law and order situation in the national Capital, citing the recent murder of a teenage girl.