Free Press Journal
  • NCW slams eve-teasing incident, calls it ‘grievous’

    Mumbai: The National Commission for Women (NCW) today termed a recent incident, where a girl was eve teased on Mumbai local train, as “grievous” as there was no security in the ladies’ compartment after 11 p.m. despite the law.

  • After Taiwan, It’s China Typhoon threatens mainland after 10 feared dead in Taiwan

    Taipei : Typhoon Soudelor barreled toward mainland China after downing trees, traffic lights and power lines in Taiwan, where at least six were killed, four are missing and dozens injured. A total of 101 people were hurt in Taiwan and more than 3 million households lost electricity as the powerful storm left streets strewn with fallen trees. All 279 domestic flights were cancelled today, as well as at least 37 international flights.

  • Shun the health myths this monsoon

    The monsoon brings respite from the sweltering heat but also triggers a lot of health-related issues, most of which are plain myths that have persisted over time, says an expert. Richa Mattu, nutrition and health manager, shares tips to help wade through the rains:

  • Mohd. Gufran, Ayesha Mohd get top billing

    Mumbai : Mohd Gufran (Petroleum Sports Promotion Board) and Ayesha Mohd (Jain Irrigation) given top billing in men’s and women’s events of the All India Carrom Federation organised and Maharashtra Carrom Association hosted and Bank Of Maharashtra Sponsored 17th Inter-Institution National Carrom Championship 2015 from 9th to 11th August 2015 at Maharashtra State Bharat Scout and Guide Hall, Veer Savarkar Marg, Shivaji Park, Dadar.

  • Smart TV, colouring apps & more…

    Making your TV smart?

    Wikipedia calls it India’s answers to Google’s Chromecast (the dongle that works as a digital media player, which plays audio/video content on a high-definition television or display by directly streaming it via Wi-Fi from the Internet or a local network).

  • mother in law

    Mom-in-law’s intrusion

    Insensitive boyfriend

    I don’t know how to explain this but I feel my boyfriend doesn’t value me. The care that should come naturally for the one you love doesn’t seem to exist in him. When he falls ill he needs me and I go over to his house to comfort him. But when I am poorly and want to see him I have to be the one who struggles over to

  • High Five – Catherine Zeta-Jones

    Side Effects

    Emily’s (Rooney Mara) husband Martin is released after serving a prison sentence for trading malpractices. Emily attempts suicide so her psychiatrist Jonathan (Jude Law) is advised by Emily’s previous psychiatrist Victoria (Catherine Zeta-Jones) that he try out a drug called Ablixa. Supposedly as the drug’s side effect, Emily stabs Martin to death while sleepwalking. Jonathan uncovers evidence that Emily faked suicide attempts and is involved in a criminal conspiracy

  • Tagore modelled for dozens of products

    What most of us do not know is that starting in 1889 till his death in 1941, Rabindranath Tagore appeared in at least a few hundred advertisements (more…)

  • Thane cops armed with meters to check noise pollution

    Bhayandar    : Those disturbing their neighbourhood in the twin-city of Mira Bhayandar with any kind of loud noise, beware. The Thane (rural) police, which is now armed with decibel meters to check noise pollution, has started a dedicated helpline service wherein aggrieved residents can register complaints in their respective areas.

  • I’d toss six Supreme Court justices if I could: Jindal

    Washington : Annoyed with Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare and same sex marriages, Republican presidential aspirant Bobby Jindal has said if given a chance he would toss out half-a-dozen judges of the apex court, including two nominated by Presidents George W Bush and Ronald Reagan.