Free Press Journal
  • VICTORY PARADE: China to strictly scan mails going to Tibet

    Beijing : China will strictly scrutinise all mails and parcels to be sent to Tibet as part of the stringent scrutiny measures ahead of the 70th anniversary of its victory in the Chinese People’s War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression on September 3.

  • Modi, Nitish

    Cracking the DNA of Bihar

    The poll bugle has sounded in Bihar and the players are getting active. The October Assembly polls will be unique in the sense that it is a fight between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Normally, Assembly polls are fought on local issues and on the charisma of the local leaders but consciously this time it is a clash of personalities and not on issues. Unlike Delhi, when the

  • Praxis Media honours 50 winners

    New Delhi:  India’s leading media and marketing group, Praxis Media Private Limited declared the prestigious National Business & Service Achievers, 2015 to identify and honor the Achievers, Innovators and Leaders of the Business and Service sector and their ability to steer their objective through turbulent times, applying the best of the professional modules to manage and keep their missions afloat. National Business & Service Achievers, 2015 were intended to salute

  • Diaspora Delight: It’s Singh vs Singh in Canada polls

    Toronto :  Canada, which created history by electing the western world’s first turbaned Sikh – Gurbax Singh Malhi – as an MP in 1993, may create another record by electing a first white Sikh MP in the October 19 parliamentary elections.

  • Nasiruddin Mansuri (in the red circle) about to counter the attaccker dressed in black clothes (in white circle).

    ‘Allah helped me overpower Akram, save Thakur’

    “I was in the shop to get my phone recharged. Suddenly a man came and started attacking the shop owner. I was shocked and without thinking anything, I pounced on him as I cannot stand to watch a man die in front of my eyes.” — Nasiruddin Mansuri (more…)

  • Major fire at Kolkata market

    Kolkata: Several shops were gutted at the Hatibagan market in North Kolkata this evening, after a fire broke out inside a garment shop. No injuries were reported.

  • Govt should facilitate in policy making: Rajeev Chandrasekhar

    New Delhi : Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Member of Parliament and Technology Entrepreneur, underlined the need for making high quality Wi-Fi available and accessible across the country for which it was imperative for the Government of India to partner with States and private service providers in the space. He recommended that the government could be owners of the fundamental policy making but the owner of the network should be private sector to make the initiative

  • Male, female brains operate differently

    Washington : Male and female brains operate differently at a molecular level, a new study of a brain region involved in learning and memory, responses to stress, and epilepsy has found, reports PTI.

  • Hookah bar in Mira Road raided, 31 held

    Bhayandar : Sleuths of the Naya Nagar police raided a hookah parlour in Mira Road on Thursday evening and arrested 31 people including the parlour operator his employees and soliciting customers. According to the officials following a tip-off, a team from the Naya Nagar police station swooped down at Hangout Lounge- a notorious hookah parlour located in the Nirav Park area of Mira Road (east). The lounge operator who has been identified as-Amit

  • Brain game sharpens focus, reduces anxiety

    New York : Playing a simple brain game that involves identifying shapes can sharpen your focus and reduce anxiety, new research has found, reports IANS. Study participants who completed the video game-like exercise that targets distraction stayed more focused and showed less anxiety, showed the findings that could lead to an everyday solution to ease the effects of distraction.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – You may suffer from cold so it is advisable you avoid cold drinks ice-creams etc. There will be rise in your profit margin today. Those looking for new jobs have to search a lot to get it.

  • Sonia showing level of Cong frustration: Naidu

    New Delhi : Stepping up attack on Congress over the virtually washed-out monsoon session, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkiah Naidu on Thursday said Sonia Gandhi’s trooping into the well of Lok Sabha shows the level of the “frustration of that party”.