Free Press Journal
  • Importance of Attention in Sahaja Yoga

    And you can say the Attention gets coloured with all the memories about this black colour. And then your action takes place according to the way your attention is effected. For example, just now something was burnt by these flames. Now all of you became aware of it. Next time whenever you will see a flame, first thing will happen is that you will be cautious about it.

  • Cong ridicules PM’s photo-op diplomacy

    New Delhi : With China once again blocking India’s efforts at the United Nations Sanctions Committee to ban Jaish-e-Mohammad chief and mastermind of the Pathankot terror attack Masood Azhar, the Congress has charged that this represents the gross failure of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photo-op diplomacy.

  • Cong, BJP on same page in SC

    New Delhi : The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and main opposition Congress were on the same page in the Supreme Court on Friday defending themselves against a Delhi High Court verdict of March 2014 questioning the foreign contributions received by the political parties.

  • Asia may face severe water crisis by 2050!

    New York : Asia, the continent that houses roughly half the world’s population, will face a “high risk of severe water stress” by 2050 if the current environmental, economical and population growth persists, warns a new study.

  • Plea to expel Modi’s MoS

     NEW DELHI : The Congress has petitioned the Lok Sabha ethics committee headed by L K Advani to expel from the House or take any other action against Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State (MoS) in the Prime Minister’s office, for sheltering a “proclaimed offender” wanted in a 2013 communal violence case in Kishtwar in J&K

  • ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ is about passion, not fashion: Naqvi

    Kolkata : Chanting ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ is a passion born out of love for the motherland and not merely a fashion, Union Minister Muktar Abbas Naqvi said on Friday and wondered why fatwas were not issued when anti-India slogans were raised in universities.  “Every Indian is a nationalist, whether he is Hindu, Muslim, Sikh or Christian. Love for his country is in his DNA. Chanting Bharat Mata ki Jai is all about

  • Govt to relax norms for teaching jobs to PhDs

    NEW DELHI : All those PhDs seeking teaching jobs in the colleges and universities across the country may not be shown the door under the University Grants Commission (UGC) rules notified in 2009 to bring uniformity in qualification of the faculty instead of each university following own rules.

  • Indian Army expedition eyes Everest conquest

    Kathmandu : Two teams of the Indian Army will embark on the challenging journey to scale Mt Everest and the fourth highest peak Mt Lhotse this week.

  • Rlys to transport water for drought-hit Latur

    New Delhi : Railways will transport water to the drought-affected Latur district in Maharashtra in the summer and the public transporter is keeping two goods trains ready for the purpose.

  • 112 crorepatis to contest Assam polls first phase

    Guwahati : Out of the 539 candidates contesting the first phase of assembly polls in Assam, 112 are crorepatis and at least 20 of them have assets worth over Rs.5 crore each, an analysis revealed on Thursday.

  • Hurriyat ready to initiate help in Indo-Pak peace

    Srinagar : A day after PM Narendra Modi advocated peaceful resolution of problems with Pakistan, moderate Hurriyat Conference on Friday said it is willing to extend cooperation in all such endeavours that would be aimed at the resolution of Kashmir issue.

  • Rural Bihar becomes liquor-free

    Patna : Over 45,000 villages in Bihar became liquor free on Friday with the state government introducing liquor prohibition in rural Bihar in the first phase of its anti-liquor campaign. Urban centres too would become liquor free from September 1.

  • ‘No’ uniform school syllabus across India: SC

    NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL) of a Delhi BJP leader seeking uniform syllabus in schools across the country, terming it as without any merit.