Free Press Journal
  • Siberian ice diamond: A real Diamond Bling without Sting

    Siberian ice is very hard like diamonds and can even scratch glass. It is best and close alternative for real diamond than its competitors like Cubic Ziranic (CZ), American Diamond (AD), moissanite, CVD and Saworskri.

  • Basketball: Don Bosco in line for double l FPJ Sports Desk

    Mumbai : Don Bosco were in line for a double after entering the boys under-11 and Under-13 finals, in the 2nd Don Bosco Inter School Basketball Championship, on Wednesday. The hosts registered convincing wins when they beat Shishuvan 32-18 in the Under-11 semi-finals, and tamed Cathedral & John Connon 20-5 in the Under-13 semi-finals. Don Bosco will face Vibgyor in both championship rounds after the Goregaon school fashioned contrasting wins. Vibgyor subdued Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania, Thane

  • Pak has some influence on Taliban but no control: Aziz

    Islamabad : Pakistan has “some influence” over the Taliban but no control over them, the Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said even as he voiced support for Afghan reconciliation process.

  • Melwyn strikes in Star of Canara win

    Mumbai : Seasoned and experienced striker Melwyn Vaz was in solid striking form as he fired in 5 goals to steer Star of Canara SC to an emphatic 13-0 win against Jai Hind SC in a first round match of the 9th Late Adv. A.R. Kudroli Memorial Football Tournament, organised by KSA and played at the KSA ground, Cross Maidan, Churchgate. Vaz’s teammates, Sheldon Rego struck 4 goals, Glen Moraes got 2 while

  • ‘Global village on the move’ at Viva College

    Mumbai : City-based Viva College is currently hosting the India chapter of ‘Global Village on the Move’ (GVOTM), a mobile version of Lehigh University’s highly acclaimed ‘Global Village for Future Leaders of Business and Industry Programme’.

  • Submit action plan on quake-proof buildings: HC

    New Delhi : Observing that the majority of buildings in the national capital were “structurally unsafe”, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the central government to submit an action plan for ensuring that buildings here survive earthquakes.

  • Print and be damned? Germany agonises over ‘Mein Kampf’

    Berlin : With only two months to go before the copyright of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” expires, debate is raging over whether the anti-Semitic manifesto should again be published in Germany, where all reprints have been halted since the defeat of the Nazis.