Free Press Journal
  • Angry women lose influence

    New York : While expressing anger may help men influence others, women actually lose influence over others when they allow anger into an argument, says a new study, reports IANS.

  • Saudi-led strikes hit Yemen hosp

    Sanaa : Saudi-led coalition’s airstrikes have hit a Yemeni hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders), the international humanitarian aid organisation said on Tuesday.

  • Western down Customs

    Mumbai : Western Railway chugged to a hard-fought 2-1 win against Mumbai Customs in an Elite Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the Cooperage football ground.Reuben D’Souza, the spearhead of the Western attack struck the opening goal in the 32nd minute to give his team a 1-0 half-time lead. Midway through the second session, Customs managed to restore parity through a goal scored by Rinaldo

  • Rajnath an ‘object of pity’ in Modi govt: Digvijay

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is an “object of pity” in the Narendra Modi dispensation as PMO runs the government and as no important file goes to him he should quit if he has any “Kshatriya pride” left in him, Congress leader Digvijay Singh said on Tuesday.

  • Seeds of life spread across the universe

    Tokyo : Elements important for life on Earth are available in similar relative proportions throughout the bulk of the universe, a new survey of hot, X-ray-emitting gas in the Virgo galaxy cluster shows, reports PTI.

  • Tata Comm reports Rs 6 cr net profit

    New Delhi : Tata Communications reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 6.02 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2015. The company had reported a net profit of Rs 92.39 crore in the corresponding period last fiscal, Tata Communications said.

  • Goan’s win

    Mumbai: David Mathews struck two goals to lead Goan Sports Asscoaition (GSA) to a facile 3-1 win against Vintage Dahisar SC in a 1st Div match of the MDFA League. Kline Pinto scored Goan’s third goal while Manoj Pal scored the lone goal for the losers. Earlier in a 2nd Division encounter, Gray Athletics riding on Altamesh Khan’s hat-trick overcame Dahisasr United 5-2. Zahid Khan and Shehzad Khan got the other two

  • India overtakes China, becomes biggest gold consumer: Survey

    Mumbai : India regained its top position from China as the biggest overall consumer of gold in the first nine months this year with a total consumption of 642 tonnes, a survey said. China is trailing by just 63 tonnes at total consumption of 579 tonnes in the first nine months, according to GFMS Gold Survey Q3 2015 Review and Outlook.

  • Salman Khan

    High Court allows Salman to access prosecution sanction documents

    Jodhpur : The Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday allowed the petition of Bollywood actor Salman Khan seeking documents pertaining to the prosecution sanction against him under Arms Act in a case which is an offshoot of the black buck poaching incident of 1998. The court summoned the public prosecutor in the court on Tuesday and ordered him to make the sought documents available to Khan’s counsel.

  • HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR GURU

    IF you find peace in the presence of a Mahatma (great soul), if you are inspired by his speeches, if he is able to clear your doubts, if he is free, from greed, anger, and lust, if he is selfless, loving, and I-less, you can take him as your Guru. He who is able to clear your doubts, he who is sympathetic in your Sadhana, he who does not disturb your beliefs

  • Kashmir Security

    India needs to fine tune its PoK template

    THE critical question remains whether India is really going to change the decades-old template of dealing with PoK in a perfunctory manner or if it is going to become pro-active in staking its claim to the occupied territories.  (more…)

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Hasty decision is not advisable today. In business small loses may occur. Sportsperson artist’s musicians have a struggling day. Consistency must be there in studies for students. Loyal people will help to solving problems in politics.

  • Son of deceased attacks doctor in Mulund hospital

    Mumbai : After receiving news about his father’s death, Ajay Gupta couldn’t control his anger and lashed out at the treating doctor and broke the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) door of MT Agarwal Hospital, Mulund, where his father was admitted, on Monday morning.  Following this, a ruckus was created at the hospital by the kin of the deceased, who misbehaved with a lady doctor and also damaged hospital property.