Free Press Journal
  • High Five – This week’s theme: Numbers

    The Three Musketeers 
    In 17th century, three Musketeers Athos (Matthew Macfadyen), Porthos (Ray Stevenson), and Aramis (Luke Evans) with the help of Athos’ lover Milady (Milla Jovovich), steal Leonardo da Vinci’s airship blueprints but Milady betrays them and gives it to the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom). Young d’Artagnan (Logan Lerman) meets Athos, Porthos and Aramis and they fight off Cardinal Richelieu’s guards. Impressed by their bravery, young King Louis XIII and his

  • Weekly Prediction 10 to 16 April 2016

    Aries:- Sun entering your sign will help you in activities and responsibilities handed over to you by seniors. You want to experience travel and combine it with knowledge gathering. You may take an exotic vacation and may find yourself doing something adventurous, different, and exciting. Romantic relationships will be fine. Take care while on wheels don’t be too overconfident about your experience in this field as this may put your life in trouble.

  • Mother Teresa conferred with Founders Award posthumously in UK

    London: Mother Teresa has been posthumously conferred with the UK’s prestigious Founders Award this year which is given to recognise and reward exemplary achievements of people within the global Asian community. Teresa’s only living relative, her 72-year old niece, Agi Bojazhiu flew especially from Italy to receive the award yesterday.

  • DBS joins forces with Rising Pune Supergiants for IPL-9

    Mumbai: DBS Bank Limited (DBS) today announced its partnership with Indian Premier League cricket team Rising Pune Supergiants. Under the arrangement, DBS will be the Associate Sponsor of the Pune-based team, which is led by illustrious Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

  • Modi-fied India: Making Sense of Modi’s India

    Making Sense of Modi’s India debates the future of the nation, bringing together a cross-section of leading voices from the academia, media and politics to examine the factors behind the dramatic resurgence of Hindu nationalism and Modi’s own meteoric rise.

  • Kejriwal announces rules for ‘odd-even’ part 2 

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday announced guidelines for the second leg of the ‘odd-even’ traffic scheme in Delhi, saying women drivers and vehicles carrying students in uniform will be exempted from the restrictions. “Women drivers, CNG-operated vehicles, chief ministers of states and vehicles carrying students in uniform will remain exempted from the restrictions of the second phase of odd-even traffic scheme,” Kejriwal told reporters.

  • Kejriwal avoids shoe hit during odd-even scheme announcement

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal came to inform the public about the second phase of the odd-even vehicle rationing scheme from April 15 to 30, and instead, almost took a shoe hit. The shoe thrower, identified as Ved Prakash, has been detained for questioning and is reportedly a member of the Aam Aadmi Sena.

  • NIT deadlock should end as protesting students’ demands met: Deputy CM

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Saturday said the NIT stalemate should end as most of the demands of the protesting students have been accepted. Representatives of protesting non-local students of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar again met Jammu and Kashmir’s deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Saturday even as they continued boycotting classes.

  • The eventful journey of Hillary Clinton

    From First Lady of the United States to the first female Senator of New York and most recently as the United States Secretary of State, this book tells an extraordinary tale of Hillary Clinton.

  • Home remedies for de-tanning

    New Delhi: From using potato juice, egg white to oatmeal, this summer pack the tanning woes away with easy to do home remedies, says an expert.  Preeti Seth, cosmetologist and wellness expert, Pachouli Spa and Wellness Destination, Delhi, shares some de-tanning home remedies.

  • Indira Rajaraman’s – Economically Speaking

    Rajaraman provides a preamble to each part which describes the context in which her essays were penned and incorporates the data on the real growth rates or inflation, whichever is applicable.

  • BJP alleges U’khand Assembly records tampered, wants CBI probe

    Dehradun: Alleging that records of Uttarakhand Assembly proceedings were “re-written” at the behest of ousted chief minister Harish Rawat, BJP today demanded a CBI probe into the matter. The party also announced that it will launch a ‘Save Uttarakhand’ yatra next, countering Rawat’s foot march in the state.

  • Sexual harassment case: IPS officer likely to be arrested

    Patna: The arrest of IPS officer Pushkar Anand, facing charges of sexually harassing a woman DySP, seems imminent with top Bihar police officials giving the go ahead for completion of the investigation process. “The committee (set up to probe the case) has found evidence (against the officer) and follow up action is being taken in the case,” Bihar DGP P K Thakur said.

  • Maternal obesity ups infertility risk in daughters

    London: Obesity and poor nutrition in mothers during pregnancy can affect the egg reserves of their female children, which can increase the risk of fertility problems, a study has found. The researchers claimed this understanding to be the first step towards devising interventions to protect the fertility of females who experienced very difficult womb environments in the study conducted on mice.

  • Trinamool to conduct internal probe into Narada sting

    Kolkata: West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress on Saturday announced it will conduct an internal probe into a sting operation in which several of its top leaders were allegedly caught accepting bribes.