Free Press Journal
  • Plants Shiva

    Mahashivaratri: Favorite Plants of Lord Shiva

    Dr. Renu Mundhara Soni, Dr. Garima Malik and Dr. Geeta Mehta give us a lowdown on what plants and seeds Lord Shiva liked.          

  • Google dedicates its doodle to T20 World Cup 2016

    New Delhi: Taking cricket crazy India by surprise, Google has dedicated its doodle to mark the start of the 2016 edition of ICC T20 World Cup. The doodle gives us an amazing bird’s-eye view of a cricket stadium with players standing on the playing field and the audience cheering them.

  • Women activists now target Shiva temple in Maharashtra

    Pune: About 200 members of women’s organisation Bhumata Ranragini Brigade (BRB) here on Monday left for Nashik city and resolved to enter the sanctum sanctorum of the Trimbakeshwar Shiva temple, officials said.

  • Two Indian sailors killed in Yemen vessel fire

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said two Indian sailors have died and three injured due to a fire in a vessel in Yemen.

  • Messi keeps Barca rolling, Atletico down Neville’s Valencia

    Madrid: A Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona tightened their grip on the La Liga title race with a comprehensive 4-0 win at Eibar. Atletico Madrid stayed eight points back of Barca with 10 games remaining as Fernando Torres came off the bench to score in a 3-1 win at Gary Neville’s Valencia. Munir El Haddadi tapped home the opener from Luis Suarez’s cross before Messi doubled Barca’s advantage with a brilliant individual effort just before half-time yesterday.

  • Genital talc puts you at increased ovarian cancer risk

    London: Women, who regularly powder their genitals with talc, may be at an increased risk of ovarian cancer, according a new study. The Brigham and Women’s Hospital study of 2,041 women with ovarian cancer and 2,100 free of the disease about their talcum powder use found that those, who routinely applied talc to their genitals, sanitary napkins, tampons and underwear, had a 33 per cent higher risk of ovarian cancer, the Daily Mail

  • Peshawar Mor Interchange to be inaugurated soon

    Rawalpindi: The Peshawar Mor Interchange on the Kashmir Highway in Islamabad and the control and command centre of the metro bus service at Rawalpindi Saddar are ready for inauguration. Dawn quoted Metro Bus Project Implementation Committee chairman Hanif Abbasi as saying that the seven-storey building of the control and command centre would be inaugurated by Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on March 15 or 16.

  • Rape case

    Howrah rape: Accused to be presented before court today

    Kolkata: All the three accused, who allegedly tried to rape a young woman in Howrah district of West Bengal last evening, will today be produced before the court.

  • Sunil Khanna elected as CII, Maharashtra Chairman

    Mr Sunil Khanna, President  & Managing Director, Emerson Network Power (India) has been elected as the Chairman CII Maharashtra State Council and Mr Rishi Kumar Bagla, Director, OMR Bagla Automotive Systems India Ltd has been elected as Vice Chairman of the CII Maharashtra State Council for the year 2016 -17. CII Maharashtra Theme for2016-17 is “Building Maharashtra: Innovation,Integration and Investments for the State .

  • B-Town chants ‘Om Namah Shivaya’ on Mahashivratri

    Mumbai: Celebrating Mahashivratri on Monday, celebrities like Lata Mangeshkar, Hema Malini, Madhuri Dixit and Madhur Bhandarkar sent out good wishes to their fans and well-wishers.

  • Le 1s by LeEco to shine at Flipkart shopping festival

    New Delhi: Flipkart’s biggest online shopping festival that starts from March seventh until March ninth will witness flagship killer and widely popular Le 1s from the global internet technology giant LeEco as the show stopper.

  • Clinton, Sanders lock horns in fierce debate in Flint

    Flint (Machigan): United States presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders indulged in fierce and substantive debate in Flint, Michigan, last night disagreeing over key progressive issues like trade, guns and the auto industry bailout.

  • Yemen attack: Indian Mother Superior of aid home to be evacuated today

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that the Indian mother superior of an aid home in Aden, where four nuns were killed and an Indian priest was kidnapped by gunmen, will be safely evacuated today itself.

  • Fawad Khan on the cover of ‘The Man’

    Latest heartthrob Fawad Khan may have recently entered Bollywood but the actor has been tasting stardom for many years, courtesy his stardom in Pakistani television and cinema. The actor, who seems to have won hearts of Indians too, has now given us yet again a glimpse of his suave persona in this month’s edition of ‘The Man’.

  • shiv sena

    Sena questions free publicity for ‘poisonous snake’ Kanhaiya

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Monday cautioned the BJP-led government over the free publicity being given to JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar, who is presently out on an interim bail following charges of sedition.

  • Aamir Khan

    Real hero in ‘Sultan’ and ‘Dangal’ is Wrestling Aamir Khan

    After watched the 95 minute interview of Aamir Khan for ‘Aap Ki Adaalat’ with Rajat Sharma. Aamir was combative and didn’t buckle down under pressure. He didn’t disown his earlier statement. Those who felt that his recent tie up with Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis was an act of compromise, he said that his commitment to water problem in Maharashtra was an old one and he had been in talks with Mr Fadnavis

  • Deity assembly begins in Himachal for Mahashivratri

    Mandi: Deities from hundreds of village temples started assembling in this historical town of Himachal for the week-long Mahashivratri festival that began on Monday, organisers said.