Free Press Journal
  • Living in the present boosts productivity at workplace

    New York : Living in the moment not only improves your overall health and mood but also enhances productivity at the workplace, new research has revealed, suggesting that firms the world over must look into conducting mindfulness sessions for employees, reports IANS.

  • Top junior Saigal sails ahead

    Mumbai : Top junior Nikhil Saigal of Khar Gymkhana endured an early challenge before sailing into the elite round, in the Matunga Gymkhana 6-Red Snooker Tournament on Monday.

  • Aadhaar gets money bill tag

    New Delhi : Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has granted the “money bill” status to the Aadhaar Bill passed by the Lok Sabha on Friday, it was officially announced in the Rajya Sabha on Monday by Rajya Sabha Secretary General Shumsher K Sheriff.

  • Disposable biochip for affordable HIV diagnosis

    New York : Researchers have developed a highly sensitive disposable biosensor that can detect sub-populations’ white blood cells that are key to diagnosis of HIV/AIDS.The new biosensor could not only make HIV diagnosis possible in places that lack testing facilities but also bring down the cost of the diagnosis, according to the researchers, reports IANS.

  • RIL, Tata Motors among top 10 sustainable firms

    New Delhi : Corporate giants like RIL,Vedanta, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, and Wipro are among the top 10 companies which have emerged as India’s most sustainable firms, according to a survey.

  • How Syrians survive amid constant jet strikes!

    Syria : As the civil war in Syria enters its sixth year, several Syrians continue to live a breathless life with uncertainty of how long will they survive from the airstrikes which have killed over thousands.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You may suffer disappointment in love during your lifetime you attract influential friends. Students are going to perform well today. Today is the time to reap the success. Stay in the good books of bosses.

  • Mallya not the only one to fleece govt

    Rating agency ICRA estimates for the first half of this financial year put banks’ gross stressed assets at Rs.9 lakh crore. If wholly reliable, business gamesman Vijay Mallya, accused of payment default to the tune of Rs.9,000 crore, may account for only one per cent of the gross bad debts of the banking sector. The question is: why are those banks not moving against other ‘wilful’ defaulters to attach their assets and

  • Want to change the world? begin with yourself

    It is like those people in despair who tell you, “Why is the world so frightful?” What is the use of lamenting, since it is like that? The only thing you can do is to work to change it. Naturally, from a speculative point of view one may try to understand, but the human mind is incapable of understanding such things.

  • Medical negligence victims sued ‘only’ hospitals rather than doctors: Report

    Mumbai : The Annual Medico Legal Review held by Institute of Medicine and Law revealed that last year after being a victim of medical negligence, majority of the aggrieved patients sued ‘only’ hospitals rather than the doctors. Further, it also brought to light the increase in the cases of patients being forced to buy medicines from in-house pharmacies of hospitals and that allegations related to delayed and improper diagnosis doubled as compared to