Free Press Journal
  • Preserving our Mumbai’s heritage

    Many treasured resources in our museums and libraries provide us an identity and bring us close r to our ancestors. Dr Sonya Mehta, President, Rotary club of Bombay shares her experiences with Vibha Singh on her association with conservation of Asiatic Society and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya

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    AAP set to contest Gujarat polls, Kejriwal to sound bugle in July

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is looking to spread its wings over Gujarat, as well placed party sources have confirmed to ANI that the Arvind Kejriwal-led party has decided to contest the upcoming assembly elections in the BJP-ruled state to be held in December 2017.

  • Scientific meaning of inner peace

    Meditation is a good method to develop the ability of creating inner peace, says Dr Shrirang Bakhle.

  • Ayurveda: Description of the eight cakras

    Mulddhara cakra (The root cakra). This cakra is associated with the lowest point of the spinal cord between the anus and genital organs (reproductive organs). It is connected with the instinctual behavior of human beings. Divine consciousness cultivates here leaving based thinking behind.

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    Records: Orlando gunman talked about violence in 3rd grade

    Fort Pierce: As early as third grade, the Florida nightclub shooter talked frequently about sex and violence and before finishing high school was suspended for a total of 48 days, including for fighting and hurting classmates, school records showed.

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    New suspect charged over Brussels attacks

    Brussels: A Belgian man has been arrested and charged in connection with the Islamic State suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Brussels in March, prosecutors have said.

  • Caring for the caregivers

    Caregivers are rarely cared after in a family.  Here is what you should do if you are the primary caregiver in your family.

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    Punjab Drug Addiction: 16% or–as Dy CM says–0.06%

    “Out of the 2.77 crore population of the state, only 0.06% was found abusing drugs, which is the lowest percentage across the nation,” said Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal in February 2016, citing a 2015 study as he criticised Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal for projecting Punjab as a drugs haven.

  • Stunned Britain puts EU vote drive on hold

    Birstall (UK): Campaigning for Britain’s EU referendum next week was suspended today for a second day as the nation reeled from the murder of a popular pro-Europe MP at the height of a bitterly divisive debate.

  • Iraq retakes Fallujah government HQ from IS

    Baghdad: Iraqi forces retook the main government compound in the centre of the jihadist bastion of Fallujah from the Islamic State group, top commanders said.

  • Better for UKto stay in EU: IMF chief

    Vienna: Britain will benefit most by staying in the European Union (EU), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief said on Friday.

  • Brexit: Merkelcautions against ‘radical’ speech

    Berlin: German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged British politicians to moderate the language used in their campaigns ahead of the Brexit vote, after a popular pro-Europe MP was murdered.

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    India’s first batch of women fighter pilots commissioned

    New Delhi: History will be scripted today when Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will formally commission women fighter pilots along with flight cadets of various branches of the Indian Air Force at a combined graduation parade at the Air Force Academy in Dundigal.

  • State Dept diplomats demand Syria action

    Washington: Over 50 US State Department officials signed an internal memo protesting US policy in Syria, calling for targeted military strikes against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad and urging regime change as the only way to defeat the Islamic State.