Free Press Journal
  • Women trust gay men more than straight male friends

    New York : Women trust dating advice from a gay male friend more than from straight colleagues or friends because gay men have fewer ulterior mating motives, a significant research has revealed, reports IANS.

  • ‘Rename Nashik varsity after former CM’

    Mumbai : A Congress leader has demanded that the Nashik-based Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) be named after former state chief minister, the late Vasantdada Patil.

  • Plant hormone controls blood sugar

    Washington DC : A new study has revealed that a plant hormone may play a vital role in blood sugar control and diabetes management, reports IANS.

  • Bhopal gas tragedy still haunts affected children

    Bhopal : At least 2,500 out of every 100,000 children born to parents exposed to the gas leakage here in 1984 bear malformations, experts said on the 31st anniversary of the Bhopal gas tragedy.

  • Montenegro invited to join NATO despite Russian ire

    Brussels : NATO invited Montenegro today to become the 29th member of the US-led military alliance, defying Russian warnings it would be a provocation and threat to stability in Europe.

  • Tax case: HC quashes Pradip Burman’s plea

    New Delhi :  The Delhi High Court dismissed the plea of Dabur promoter Pradip Burman, whose name has cropped up in the blackmoney list, seeking to stay proceedings in a case of alleged tax evasion against him in the trial court, reports PTI.

  • Mastan YMCA storm into final

    Mumbai : Last year’s runners-up Mastan YMCA ‘A’ beat Don Bosco ‘A’ 51-26 to enter the mini boys’ final, in the 13th Nagpada Basketball Association Invitational Tournament, at the Bachookhan Municipal Playground, Nagpada on Wednesday. Led by Abdul Rashid, who scored 10 points, Mastan dominated the first three quarters to take it away. Don Bosco came up with a late challenge in the fourth quarter but it was too late even as Sankalp Panda

  • Dr Lal Pathlabs fixes IPO price band at Rs 540-550

    Dr Lal Pathlabs Ltd (LPL) has been in the business of consumer health since 1949 and has established its niche brand in the field of diagnosis services with over 20 % CAGR for past three years.

  • Tata Steel raises $1.5 bn for refinancing debt

    New Delhi : Global steel major Tata Steel said its Singapore arm has executed pacts worth $1.5 billion for refinancing its debt. “T S Global Holdings Pte Ltd (TSGH), a subsidiary of Tata Steel Ltd incorporated in Singapore, has executed agreements today for loan facilities of $1.5 billion comprising a five -year loan of USD 750 million and a six year loan of $750 million”, the company said in a statement. The proceeds

  • Statue of Liberty inspired by Arab woman

    New York : The Statue of Liberty, a symbol of democracy and freedom that has greeted countless immigrants to US shores, was inspired by a project representing an Arab woman guarding the Suez Canal, researchers said, reports AFP.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    How Would you Like To Die?

    Death is something that we all fear and yet can’t escape it. There is no one in the world who wants to die but still death is the common destination that we all share. Because of uncertainty surrounding it, the subject of death evokes fear, avoidance, and superstition in people’s mind. However in complete contrast to these feelings of fear , the ancient Yogi’s & Saints were totally above it. As a

  • child labourer

    Should a child become ‘martyr’ for the family?

    Child labour has never been an easy subject to deal with, especially when it comes to developing and under-developed countries. Its origins can be traced to impoverishment, and to life on the margins. And nothing explains the complexities involved than a study of what happened in Mumbai almost two decades ago. It is about how an NGO succeeded in its mission to protect children; and how success compelled them to abandon the

  • BSF celebrates Golden Jubilee Day parade

    New Delhi : BSF completed its sterling 50 years in the service of the Nation on 1st December 2015. The force has celebrated its ‘Golden Jubilee’ to commemorate this historic milestone. The country’s history will record the contribution of the first wall of defence’s i.e. BSFs valour, sacrifices and utmost dedication to the motherland in golden words. An impressive parade & march past conducted at BSF Campus Chhawla, New Delhi during Golden