Free Press Journal
  • Village makes ransom payments to keep computers running

    Albany :  A village in central New York made ransom payments of $300 and $500 last year to keep its computers running after two official-looking emails released malware throughout its system, state auditors said, reports AP.

  • kids

    Handling over-energetic child

    Crossroads in career 

    I am a 19 year old Marwari boy. My family expects me to join my family business as soon as I finish my graduation. However I feel lost at work. I want to pursue my career as a professional dancer because that is where I am meant to be. I am scared my parents won’t understand me. Please help.

  • Armed with a bowl and cooking stick, woman fought against a giant croc

    Kendrapara (Odisha) : An aluminium cooking bowl and a cooking stick were all that a 37-year old woman from Singiri village here had possessed while fighting against a giant crocodile. The reptile which pounced on her and dragged her to water suddenly surfaced when Sabitri Samal was washing utensils in a creek near her house, just outside Bhitarkanika National Park.

  • Army honours bravehearts

    Jalandhar : Two railway employees who averted a major tragedy by spotting live bombs planted by terrorists on a railway bridge near Dinanagar town in Punjab’s Gurdaspur district on July 27 were honoured by the Indian Army on Saturday. General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Command, Lt. Gen. K.J. Singh, felicitated the two bravehearts – gateman Darshan Kumar and Satpal, at a function in the Tiger Division near Jammu.  Satpal also received the Army

  • Cuba emerges paradise for gay tourism

    Havana :  As tourism flourishes in Cuba, the island is emerging as a destination for the LGBT community and a travel agency specialising in packages for those customers is already in operation. Pioneering the business are the owners of Mi Cayito Cuba, a Web-based intermediary between “gay-friendly Cuban private initiative and clients around the world,” Efe reported quoting the company’s director Alain Castillo, as saying.