Free Press Journal
  • Trans fats ups risk of heart attack, death

    Toronto : Trans fats — used in margarine, snack foods and packaged baked goods — may increase a person’s risk for heart disease and mortality, new research has claimed, reports PTI.

  • Oppositions criticise NDA on Assemanand bail debate

    Srinagar/New Delhi : The decision not to oppose the bail granted to Swami Assemanand chargesheeted in 2007 Samjhauta blast case was slammed by opposition parties on Wednesday with NC leader Omar Abdullah asking how this was different from Pakistan justifying bail for Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – Beyond career, luck and the general progress could explode.  This would be a good idea to reinforce the capacities for the times to come. Travel plans can be made.

  • Testosterone pills won’t improve sex life

    New York : Although taking testosterone supplements will not lead to the hardening of the arteries in older men but the pills will not guarantee an improved sexual function in them either, finds a study led by an Indian-American researcher, reports IANS.

  • ‘Meditation’ For Effective Governance

    Since the day India gained its independence, the desire for power and pelf has been rising, negligibly at first, then visibly and, lately, rapidly.

  • LoP’s property to go under hammer

    Aurangabad : A public sector bank will auc-tion the property of NCP MLC and Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council, Dhana-njay Munde, after he turned a defaulter. Munde and his wife Rajshri, who is also a borrower of the same bank, have been served separate notices by the Union Bank of India recently. Their property will be auction-ed online by the bank. As per details, Munde had obtained a loan of

  • Twin cheer: Retail inflation at record low, factory output up

    New Delhi : Bringing cheer to investors, India’s annual retail inflation rate fell to a eight-month low of 3.78 % in July, even as factory output, that has been stuttering for some months, rose slightly to 3.8 % in June, official data showed on Wednesday.