Free Press Journal
  • Deliver cheap onions, Lalu requests PM

    Patna  : RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Sunday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to check the rising prices of onions and arrest those hoarding the vegetable.

  • Tweets now visible on Google search

    New York : Now you can see Tweets in the Google search results as Google has added Tweets to their real-time search results on the desktop, reports IANS.

  • Derivatives expiry, rupee to drive volatility in equities

    New Delhi : The upcoming expiry of derivatives, the movement of the rupee and polls in Greece – coupled with Chinese currency and stock positions – are expected to trigger volatility in the Indian equity markets in the coming week, reports IANS.

  • Ministers attend RSS meet, receive Oppn criticism

    “Did we ever have 19 ministers in the state to take a stock of drought condition? But all these Centre and State ministers got time for the RSS meet. This only shows what the priorities of the government are.” (more…)

  • United Spirits, Kingfisher Air face axe for listing violations

    New Delhi : More than 100 listed companies, including United Spirits Ltd and long-grounded Kingfisher Airlines, have been slapped penalties for violating the Listing Agreement provisions set forth by Sebi and exchanges.

  • Choose rakhi colours, gifts as per zodiac sign

    New Delhi : Make your brother-sister bond stronger by choosing the right rakhi colour according to your zodiac sign. Madhu Kotiya, Spiritual Healer, has shared tips for choosing the right coloured Rakhis and gifts, says IANS.

  • New works by Agatha Christie discovered

    London : Ten works by famed English crime novelist, Agatha Christie, which include five full-length plays and five one-act dramas, have been unearthed by a British theatre producer.

  • Vinod Tawde favours autonomy to BAMU

    Aurangabad : Education minister Vinod Tawde has suggested granting of autonomy to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) in order to improve quality of education.

  • Demystifying exchange rate management

    The exchange rate of a currency is the rate at which it can be converted into another currency, essentially an international currency. The issue of the exchange rate comes up from time to time and a common man is often left bewildered at the intricacy of the subject. Cutting across the erudite complexities of exchange rate fixation is a rather naïve question, which when one reflects is a very pertinent question; Why

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Cautious investment is to be done and keep a tab on your expenditure. Storm in a cup of tea is likely today with your life partner.

  • Pluralism Respects Different Paths

    A pluralistic religious view accepts that there are many different religious paths. These paths have various degrees of differences between them, some perhaps minor, some perhaps major. Different paths will appeal to different individuals relative to their varying temperaments or levels of development, which are bound to be diverse and ever changing. Some of these paths may be good or noble, others may be naive or perhaps even despicable. Some may appeal

  • Psychopaths less likely to catch a yawn

    New York: Yawning is contagious in humans we know that but selfish and manipulative people will not respond to yawning after spotting someone else yawn, an interesting study has revealed, reports IANS.

  • Bayside Banter

    A kaleidoscope of men, matters & moments that make the madness & magic of Mumbai

  • Desi doctor in US grows new ears for 8-yr-old boy

    Washington : An Indian-origin doctor in the US has successfully grown outer ears from rib cartilage in an 8-year-old boy after a series of ‘miraculous’ surgeries.