Free Press Journal
  • Manmohan

    Now, Manmohan wades into intolerance debate

    Gandhinagar : Amid the debate on intolerance and nationalism, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday advised the students to collaborate with various “decision- makers” to make the world free of inequality and intolerance. “The youth of today has a bright vision for the future. They want a world free of poverty, unemployment, inequality and intolerance. The students should join hands with various decision-makers in public and private sectors in discovering and realising

  • “Am I suffering from a Mental Disorder?”

    Dr SHRIRANG BAKHLE sheds light on the kinds of treatment one must seek if one is suffering from any kind of mental problem.

  • Cracks in BJP-PDP pact turning into rift valley

    Jammu/Srinagar : Even though the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders said on Saturday that “all is not over” between the PDP and the Bharatiya Janata Party, there seems little doubt that the alliance between the two parties is on its last legs. After the so-called “secret talks” between the PDP president, Mehbooba Mufti  and the BJP president, Amit Shah failed to pave the way for a meeting between Mehbooba Mufti and Prime Minister

  • Stop planning, let life happen and success will follow: Rahul Ram

    Indore : One of the best folk-rock bands of India, Indian Ocean’s lead singer and bass guitarist Rahul Ram chatted with this correspondent before playing for Indore’s music lovers in Vidorra, on Saturday night. He talked about trends in the music industry and shared his journey of self discovery through music.

  • CM participates in Earth Hour

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan participated in the Earth Hour campaign to conserve power and save Earth.

  • EC talks poll reforms with political parties

    New Delhi: The Election Commission on Saturday flagged the issue of “hate speeches” and plunging standards of political discourse during campaigning with the parties, in the backdrop of personal attacks by leaders in the recent assembly polls. At the closed-door meeting, the political parties agreed that the issue had to be addressed. But most of the six national parties and the 49 regional parties opposed the suggestion of the poll panel to

  • Some Things Never Change!

    Pakistan beating India in WC , Kohli’s successful run chase ,  Eden chanting Sachin Sachin..

  • Hinduja brothers top UK’s ‘Asian Rich List’

    London : The Hinduja brothers have emerged as the richest Asian-origin entrepreneurs in Britain for the fourth consecutive year with an estimated personal fortune of 16.5 billion pounds. The India-born brothers G P Hinduja and S P Hinduja topped the ‘Asian Rich List 2016’ released here last night and the annual rankings showed that they had added one billion pounds to their personal fortune in a year to be worth an estimated 16.5