Free Press Journal
  • WARCRAFT: Enjoyable & entertaining

    It is a given that sci-fi narratives mirror contemporary anxieties and Duncan Jones, helmer and co-writer with Charles Leavitt and Chris Mentzen of Warcraft, the first in a planned trilogy, unveils a war of the worlds with humans battling monstrous hordes. No prizes for guessing whom the alien Orcs represent.

  • Movie Review – The Conjuring 2: Horror for the mind

    Demons who terrorise children are the supernatural counterparts of paedophiles and it is a mystery to me why the latter real life monsters are not dealt with an iron hand. Happily, the message of this

  • Monsoon relief is a click away

    Mumbai : The MCGM monsoon preparations are in top gear: On one hand, it will have at its beck and call six teams of Indian Army for deployment during rescue operations; on the other hand, it has come up with a user friendly mobile application which will provide real time monsoon-related information within a radius of 500 meters.

  • Daily Prediction 11 June 2016

    Aries:- You may have gains from trading activities. You may be able to secure a big contract and may have a journey to a distant place. Romantic relationship will be fine.

  • QCI offers jobs to IIM-A, IITians on Flipkart fiasco

    New Delhi: After they were left waiting by e-commerce major Flipkart, Quality Council of India (QCI) has come to the rescue of IIM Ahmedabad and IIT graduates, offering them jobs for an interim period.

  • Love_ VI

    Only one who has renounced can truly love. To the degree you have renounced, to that degree will you have the ability to love. Often people think those who renounce cannot love, and those who love cannot renounce. This is because renunciates do not seem to be in love, and so-called lovers are possessive and needy.

  • Need of the hour to make Punjab drug-free: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

    Mohali : Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on Friday said the need of the hour was to make Punjab drug free and appealed to people to keep yoga above politics. “It was important to make Punjab drug free.

  • Government shelves proposal for Civil Aviation Authority

    New Delhi : Virtually ruling out setting up of a Civil Aviation Authority to replace DGCA, Union Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said that he saw no need to merely rename the regulator, reports PTI.

  • Moody’s: State-run banks need Rs 1.2L cr capital infusion by 2020

    New Delhi: State Bank of India and 10 other public sector banks (PSBs) will need Rs 1.2 lakh crore capital, far higher than the amount government has planned to inject into them, to bolster their balance sheets, Moody’s Investors Service said.

  • Food Min proposes 25% duty on sugar exports

    New Delhi:  The Food Ministry has proposed imposing 25 % duty on export of sugar to ensure sufficient supply in the domestic market, Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan has said. International prices of sugar are rising and therefore traders may increase the export of sugar to make profit, Paswan said.

  • ACB planning to file FIR against Sisodia: Kejriwal

    New Delhi : Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday alleged that there was a plan by the Centre to file an FIR against his deputy Manish Sisodia.

  • IOB again plans sale of Binani Cement’s NPAs

    Mumbai : After an unsuccessful attempt earlier, Indian Overseas Bank is again looking to sell its loan exposure to Binani Cement Ltd, which turned non-performing, to asset reconstruction companies to recover dues worth 2.53 bln rupees, sources told Cogencis.

  • HC stays NGT’s ban on diesel vehicles

    Kochi:  The Kerala High Court stayed a National Green Tribunal Circuit bench order banning light and heavy diesel vehicles, which are more than 10 years old, in six major cities Kerala, as well as registration of any diesel vehicle in the capacity of 2000 CC, reports PTI.

  • Now, Nirma woman claims threat to life

    Bengaluru : A former senior woman police officer, who resigned her post over alleged interference in her work by a district-in-charge minister, on Friday claimed her life was under threat.

  • Govt weighs relaxing FDI norms in brownfield pharma cos

    New Delhi:  The government is considering a proposal to relax foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in existing pharmaceutical companies with a view to attracting more overseas inflows.

  • Teenager kills father with help of lover

    Coimbatore: A teenage girl allegedly murdered her father with the help of her lover and his four friends near here recently as he was against their relationship.