Free Press Journal
  • Violence in Nepal over draft Constitution claims 5 lives

    Kathmandu : Violence in Nepal continued unabated with at least five people, including a 13-year-old boy and a woman, killed in clashes between protesters and police as the Madhesi stir against the proposed Constitution raged despite Prime Minister’s appeal for dialogue.

  • Hindu culture never under attack during Muslim rule: Book

    Titled Culture of Encounters: Sanskrit at the Mughal Court, the book by Audrey Truschke, a leading scholar of South Asian cultural and intellectual history, argues that the heyday of Muslim rule in India was, in fact,  one of “tremendous cross-cultural respect and fertilisation and not religious or  cultural conflic (more…)

  • Netaji confusing the vote bank?

    Finally the election dates have been announced for the Bihar Assembly, and on November 8, the results will be known. The campaign by all political parties that had started in right earnest will only catch steam now with Bihar emerging as crucial for both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Opposition combine. It is, as a Congress leader said, a make or break election in a sense for both.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – Your popularity among your friends will soar. Today try to keep surfing matrimonial websites. Be on your toes. Prospects in business and real estate look bright. Today learn to forgive and forget.

  • Ego

    The “I” or ego in you is a tiny atom. If this atom is associated with the body, with matter, it identifies with matter. If this atom is associated with the being, the infinite, it identifies with the infinite Self. When this atom, this ego, identifies with the material world, it becomes miserable. But when it is associated with the spirit, it becomes Divine. It becomes shakti- energy – when it is

  • The  Visitation

    Apart from demonstrating his moral and physical courage, which were never in doubt, General de Gaulle’s trip to Algeria’s outcome is a death of arounds a thousand Algerian Moslems and a few European settlers in the race riots sparked off by the latter. And it is very significant that the French army—in charge of law and order in Algeria— took a greater toil of Moslem lives although their role in the recent