Free Press Journal
  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Money flows in and out as you love spending. There is a lot entertaining too and loved ones draw closer to you. There is success in politics and social sector today.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Earth is House Full!

    Population, when unchecked, goes on doubling itself every 25 years or increases in a geometrical ratio said Reverend Thomas Malthus, an English clergyman born in the 18th Century who believed that humans would always reproduce faster than Earth’s capacity to feed them.

  • Iran rises again

    The lifting of the sanctions on Iran can be good for the world and, particularly, for India. Of course, it is expected that Iran would not stray from the path of nuclear abstention it committed itself to in order to make the end of the crippling sanctions possible. And to establish that it is not, it would always remain open to inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency.

  • Bihar_elections

    Battle lines being drawn in Assam

    As the Congress and the BJP prepare for the next round of State elections in Assam, Kerala, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu the importance of political alliances has come home to both parties in the wake of the results of the Bihar assembly elections. The manner in which the seemingly down and out Congress gained hugely by riding on the shoulders of  Lalu Yadav’s RJD and Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (U) was

  • Right to die with dignity: Busting myths

    Last week, the Supreme Court (SC) of India resurrected the debate on euthanasia. The topic had seared the conscience of the nation in March 2011when a two-member bench of the SC pronounced its judgement on the plea that Aruna Shanbaug, a nurse who had been raped and left to vegetate for decades, be allowed to die. Over time, many people forgot about it, but it continued to simmer.

  • Intolerant India

    Last 9 wkts fall for mere 46 runs to give Australia a 25-run victory

  • Harsh steps need to be taken post series: Sunil Gavaskar

    New Delhi : Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday called for harsh steps in the setup of the struggling Indian cricket team in Australia, saying some of the players have not learnt from their past mistakes despite making the trip Down Under multiple times.

  • Dhoni’s dismissal completely changed the game, says Kane

    Canberra : Australian pacer Kane Richardson, who grabbed a five-for felt that the dismissal of Mahendra Singh Dhoni proved to be a turning point as the home team recorded a 25-run win against India, which seemed improbable at one point of time.  Richardson, who scalped 5/68 also felt that Ajinkya Rahane’s injury also became a factor for the visitors.

  • Virat Kohli has same aura as Sachin Tendulkar, says Brett Lee

    Canberra : Australian pace legend Brett Lee on Wednesday heaped accolades on Virat Kohli, describing the swashbuckling Indian batsman as a legend whose aura is comparable to the iconic Sachin Tendulkar.

  • Once hit, now wary: Umpire wears helmet

    Canberra : Hospitalised after being hit on his head during an assignment in India, umpire John Ward on Wednesday wore a helmet while officiating in the fourth ODI between India and Australia here. In the course of Australia’s 348-run first innings total, it was not just the bowlers who ended up getting hit.

  • Spelling error turns into terror probe for 10-yr-old

    London : A spelling mistake landed a 10-year-old Muslim boy in the UK in trouble. The boy, whose has not been identified, was questioned by the police in North West England for mistakenly writing that he lives in a “terrorist house” instead of “terraced house” during an English lesson in school.

  • Dhoni takes blame, tries to find ‘positives’ after defeat

    Canberra : A dejected Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni took the blame for the team’s astonishing 25-run defeat against Australia today but surprisingly tried to pick “positives” from the debacle in which the last 9 wickets fell for a mere 46 runs.

  • Past and present tennis stars want names of match-fixers

    Melbourne  : Around the world, players, commentators and fans echoed the call of Roger Federer, who wants to know names of those suspected of match-fixing in a growing scandal that one ex-pro described as a ‘major wake-up call for the world of tennis.’

  • Sindhu, Srikanth surge ahead in Malaysia Masters

    Penang (Malaysia) : Top Indian shuttlers P V Sindhu and K Srikanth stormed into the pre-quarterfinals of the USD 120,000 Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold with easy victories as they made a rousing start to the new season here on Wednesday.