Free Press Journal
  • City girl Sara strikes Gold

    Mumbai : Sara Gupta, a seven year old student of Aditya Birla World Academy School has set a new record by claiming the Gold medal in the U-8 Girls category in the 32nd Singapore National Open Chess Championships 2015 that concluded on Sunday in Yishun, Singapore. Total 20 countries took part in the Annual chess meet conducted under various age groups separately for boys & girls. Sara, playing in the Under-8 girls section scored

  • Foxconn unit picks up 10% stake in MoMagic

    New Delhi :  Foxconn International Holdings (FIH) Mobile has picked up 10 per cent stake in MoMagic Technologies for an undisclosed amount, a move aimed to strengthen the Taiwanese company’s presence in India.

  • Gujarat Decides

    The industrial policy of Gujarat spelled out in elaborate detail by its CM at the inauguration of the State Advisory Council of Industries, is by far the most clearheaded and pragmatic approach ever attempted by any state. The policy is aimed at attracting investments and the CM has offered a series of confessions and incentives to entrepreneurs. The Government has undertaken practically all major responsibilities such as the acquisition of land for

  • Gold heads for worst month since 2013 as central banks diverge

    MUMBAI : Gold futures on domestic bourses fell to an over-three month low tailing COMEX, where a surging dollar index pushed the precious metal to near-six year lows. However, a marginal rebound in the rupee against the dollar stoked further losses in domestic gold futures.

  • PDS scam: Four surrender, prime accused on run

    Nashik : Four out of five absconding accused, allegedly part of ration mafia involved in the pilferage of foodgrains meant for public distribution in the district, have surrendered before police though the main accused is still on run.

  • Ugandan rebel attack in Congo

    Goma (DR Congo) : At least 12 people, including a UN peacekeeper, were killed in an overnight attack by Ugandan rebels in the restive east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, sources said. “I saw four civilians killed by bullets… and seven patients and a nurse cut up by machete at the hospital,” a regional official told AFP at Eringeti in the north of the troubled North Kivu province.

  • Margaret Ann Lembo

    Fulfilling Life

    IT is time to bring our awareness to what is right in front of us. We must become conscious and aware and truly observe ourselves within the life we are living. Remember that we create our own reality. If we are unconscious, then our reality can be other than what we want to become manifest. We may, for example, say that we want to have prosperity in our lives or that special

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will be more than busy today. New Projects at work place has to properly studied and then accepted as decision taken in hurry may put your organization in trouble.

  • Stormy space weather puts India’s power grids at risk

    Melbourne : Stormy space weather sweeping across the equator could threaten vital power grids in regions including India, which were long considered safe from such events, scientists have warned. Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia, Boston College and Dartmouth College in US, found that these equatorial electrical disruptions threaten power grids in Southeast Asia, India, Africa and South America, where protecting electricity infrastructure from space shocks has not