Free Press Journal
  • Parents’ refusal

    I am 17 years old and have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for 4 years now, my parents had no idea about it and now have come to know about me and him, they are very cross at me and asked me to break up and cut all contacts. They won’t give me chance to explain or talk about it and are keeping track of me so I don’t sneak

  • Pre-owned luxury brands breathe second life

    Luxury products are no longer out of reach as now there are online retailers who sell pre-owned luxury handbags and products such as foot wears and apparels at much discounted rates. MINAL SANCHETI talks to some of the online retailers who sell affordable luxury products, toknow how the market functions, the trends and other aspects of this growing business.

  • Eating Disorder

    I had a recent break up that has led to me getting into a habit of purging out every meal I eat. The thought of us not being together anymore makes me queasy due to which I am unable to digest my food. My health is at risk if I don’t eat and have a feeling that I might be suffering from an eating disorder.

  • Weekly Prediction: May 1-7 2016

    Aries:- You will be going for a planned vacation with your family members for some day. Over confidence in you may tend to do something more adventurous or thrilling but it is advisable to take precaution and care as accident is likely. Tuesday Wednesday there will be tensions related to health and work load also. Romantic relationship will be fine. Your spouse will be happy as you will give time to her

  • Ganga ‘drying’ up as summer peaks!

    Allahabad : The River Ganga is drying up as temperatures continue to rise across the country. Locals in Allahabad, where Yamuna and the mythical river Saraswati meets Ganga at Prayag, expressed their concern over the falling water-level of the Ganga amid worsening heat wave conditions.

  • agustawestland

    AgustaWestland: FM rebuts AK Antony, says chopper was never blacklisted

    Thiruvananthapuram :  Sharpening the attack on Congress on the chopper deal on  Saturday, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely said the theory that the company was blacklisted during the UPA rule and it was lifted by NDA was a “figment of imagination”.

  • Supreme Court

    NEET Exam: Supreme Court refuses to re-look order

    New Delhi :  The Supreme Court on Saturday refused to re-look its order directing the holding of two National Eligibility Entrance Tests (NEET) for admission to under graduate medical courses for 2016-17.

  • Madhya Pradesh High Court sets aside SC/ST quota in promotion in state govt

    BHOPAL :  In a judgment with wide-ranging implications, the Madhya Pradesh High Court, on Saturday, declared null and void all the promotions made since 2002 under new rules promulgated in that year, providing reservations in promotions to state government employees of SC and ST categories.

  • Eco disaster unfolds in Uttarakhand hills

    Dehradun :  It could have been a scene taken right from Australia, where forest fires are so very common. But no, this is our own beloved state Uttarakhand.

  • No takers for Kingfisher’s brand name, trademarks

    Mumbai : Lenders failed to find any takers for brands and trademarks of the long defunct Kingfisher Airlines at an e-auction on Saturday with their efforts to recover a portion of over Rs 9,000 crore dues from beleaguered Vijay Mallya hitting yet another airpocket.

  • BEDEVILED – Kolkata Knight Riders lose, Delhi Daredevils take revenge

    New Delhi :  Young batsman Karun Nair and debutant Sam Billings batted with lot of responsibility before their bowlers came good as Delhi Daredevils displaced Kolkata Knight Riders from the second spot with a comfortable 27-run win in their IPL match, on Saturday.

  • AgustaWestland: Govt rushing a joint probe team to Italy

    New Delhi : The Government on Saturday constituted a fresh joint team of three sleuths it is rushing to Italy to probe the alleged kickbacks in the 2010 chopper deal for the VVIPs, with a specific target given to it to identify the suspected “influential” Indian bribe takers.

  • Was necessary to change captain: Sanjay Bangar

    Rajkot :  Kings XI Punjab assistant coach Sanjay Bangar today defended the team’s management decision to dump David Miller from captaincy, saying it was necessary for the interest of the side.

  • Kings XI Punjab take on Gujarat Lions

    Rajkot: Table-toppers Gujarat Lions will look to consolidate their position when they take on laggards Kings XI Punjab in an Indian Premier League match here today.

  • Second odd-even scheme ends, Kejri terms it success

    New Delhi : The second phase of Delhi’s odd-even traffic scheme aimed at battling pollution ended on Saturday evening with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal calling it a success even as there were concerns over the environmental impact of fires, including at two landfill sites.