Free Press Journal
  • Congress threatens to intensify Lok Pal stir in Delhi

    New Delhi : The Congress on Sunday warned of intensifying its stir across the national capital if the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi did not appoint an anti-graft ombudsman within 15 days.

  • ‘Start-ups to add at least a dozen billionaires in India’

    New Delhi : India is likely to produce at least a dozen more billionaires and several new millionaires by 2020 as the country’s start-ups scene hots up, fuelled by sectors like e-commerce, financial services and other technology-driven fields, an Assocham study has projected.

  • Sagar MM strike late to win

    Mumbai :  Sagar Mitra Mandal managed to score twice in the final five minutes to record a 2-0 win against S.S. Jolly Boys in a Second Division match of the MDFA League – 2014-15, played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Sunday.

  • Synthetic membrane to aid water purification

    Washington : An Indian-American has developed a self-assembling synthetic membrane that can aid in better water purification, drug delivery and DNA recognition by transporting a billion water molecules per channel per second, says PTI.

  • Perfectionistic strivings may sabotage success at workplace

    Washington DC : Craving for perfectionism? A new study suggests that trying to be a perfectionist could have strong negative impact leading to burnout in the workplace, education and sports, says ANI.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You look at a more a comfortable life now. Travel and money are on the cards. There will success in ongoing projects and you will remain in good books of your seniors.

  • Vasundhara Raje

    Raje spends 3 days long confinement in MP temple

     Jaipur  : Embroiled in Lalitgate, troubled with the ongoing controversies for her son’s alleged involved with former IPL commissioner and ‘law-breaker’, Lalit Modi, beleaguered Vasundhara Raje after locking herself in a Madhya Pradesh temple for three days, reached hometown Dholpur on Sunday.

  • Art Of Listening – Samyak Shravan

    LISTENING, shravan, is one of the easiest and most spontaneous methods of meditation.

  • RBI

    Is North Block pruning RBI’s powers?

    The RBI’s powers to conduct monetary policy will be severely curtailed if the recommendations of the revised draft of the Indian Financial Code (IFC) prepared by the Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission are accepted by the NDA government. They include removing control over interest rates from the central bank among others and have triggered sharp criticism from former RBI governors and economists. The finance ministry has been quick to turn tail with

  • Bayside Banter

    A kaleidoscope of men, matters & moments that make the madness & magic of Mumbai (more…)

  • New products, higher ad spend on Nestle’s revival agenda

    New Delhi : Nestle India will consider introducing new products, including under the Maggi brand, while looking to drive growth of other categories with increased advertising spending, as it looks to overcome the setback from the ban on its flagship instant noodles.  The company’s newly appointed Managing Director, Suresh Narayanan, who officially took over the role on Saturday, said at a media briefing that bringing Maggi back to the market was at

  • Manbir Kaur is first Sikh girl in Pak to top matric exam

    Lahore : A 15-year-old Sikh girl in Pakistan has emerged as the first girl from the minority community to be among the toppers of the Class 10 examination. Manbir Kaur from Nankana Sahib district of Punjab province has secured more than 1,000 marks in Secondary School Examination (SCE) this year, securing 1,035 marks out of 1,100.