Free Press Journal
  • Andy Murray wins Davis Cup for Britain

    Ghent (Belgium) : Britain won the Davis Cup for the first time in 79 years in Ghent on Sunday when Andy Murray defeated David Goffin 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 in the first of the reverse singles for an unbeatable 3-1 lead over Belgium. It was a fitting climax for the 28-year-old Scot to provide the winning point, having won all 11 rubbers he played in during the campaign as the British defeated heavyweights United States,

  • Created, a venom database to help find more cures

    New York:Data scientists at Columbia University have created the first catalogue of known animal toxins and their physiological effects on humans, says IANS.

  • The common man’s macroeconomic worries

    With the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) monetary policy review due on December 1, 2015, the common person has a number of worries regarding the macroeconomic situation. One fervently hopes that these fears do not materialise into an adverse backlash on the common person.

  • Hotel flies into trouble over unwanted guest

    Bhanyandar : A full-grown kite — which is believed to have strayed into a swanky garden hotel in Kashimira — was rescued by animal welfare activists.

  • App recreates Kolkata’s history

    Kolkata : Heritage enthusiasts and tourists can now travel back in time to experience the grandeur of 19th century Kolkata through a unique mobile app that offers a glimpse of the city during the British Raj by a mere pointing of a smartphone at a monument, reports IANS.

  • Grand alliance govt will not last long: Paswan

    Patna : LJP supremo and Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan said on Sunday the grand alliance will not take long to collapse due to “ego clash” between the RJD and the JD(U) resulting in mid-term poll in Bihar. “The GA government may have got a landslide mandate, but it will not last long due to ‘ego clash’ between the RJD and the JD(U) and a mid-term poll will follow,” Paswan told reporters.

  • Margaret Ann Lembo

    Living Authentically And Fully

    LIVING life fully and authentically takes great courage. The courage is necessary to trust our own inner guidance and then be able to take action on it. Sometimes we are so unconscious and unaware of our own true feelings, wants and desires that it blocks our ability to move forward and live life fully and completely. And other times, we do not take action on something that we know would be a

  • Batman takes on police as comic depicts US racial tensions

    New York : In the backdrop of incidents of police violence against black youths in the US, the latest Batman series issue sees the caped crusader battle police brutality rather than the likes of Joker or Two-Face.

  • Tax Planning – Tips and Tricks- Part II

    In last week’s article, we had discussed an innovative tax saving mechanism where one could give a loan to one’s wife (technically the correct term is ‘spouse’ but for reading convenience we use the word ‘wife’). From the point of view of tax legislation, any husband and wife are two distinct tax entities and are assessed separately and independently. A prudent taxsaver can take advantage of this fact in many situations to

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Short tour with your loved ones will increase your vibrancy. Sportsperson musicians don’t take shortcuts. Doctors Advocates and Managers may have to face some critical issues in their field. Don’t interfere in settling squabble of others.