Free Press Journal
  • India China NSG Membership

    PM Modi to meet Chinese president on June 23 to win support for India’s NSG membership

  • Tamil Nadu woman set to create yoga world record

    Chennai: On the second International Yoga Day on Tuesday, a woman advocate in Tamil Nadu is progressing to set a world record for continuous performance of yoga asanas or exercises.

  • Yoga not Indian, Sadhguru tells UN in rhetoric challenge

    United Nations: “Yoga is not Indian” and “it does not belong to India”, mystic and yoga master Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev told a UN meeting on Monday with a rhetorical flourish.

  • Facebook decides to give Mark Zuckerberg full control

    San Francisco: Facebook has approved the creation of 5.7 billion new shares of Class C stock that will keep its CEO Mark Zuckerberg in control as long as he is associated with the social networking giant.

  • Arrested Briton wanted to shoot Trump

    Washington: A Briton who tried to grab a police officer’s gun at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump’s rally in Las Vegas said he wanted to shoot the the billionaire, court papers said.

  • Narendra Modi announces two yoga awards

    Chandigarh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced two yoga awards – one international and another national – to be given away on the occasion of International Yoga Day.

  • Few norms on festival, More dhamaal

    Mumbai: The Dahi Handi and Ganesh festivals this year would be without harsh restrictions, Govindas over 12 years of age would be able to participate and the Dahi Handi won’t have height restrictions. Also the MPCB would monitor noise pollution instead of the Police, MLA and city BJP chief Ashish Shelar said here on Monday after a meeting of Govinda and Ganeshotsav Mandals with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

  • International Day of Yoga: Employees prefer in house yoga sessions!

    Mumbai: The entire buzz around ‘International Day of Yoga’ has yielded some positive response among working adults who succumb to stress regularly. There are employees, who have embraced the ancient Indian practice, feel that more could be done if organizations came forward to support it.

  • NCW consultation on policy for womens empowerment today

    Mumbai: The National Commission for Women (NCW) would conduct a consultation over the draft national policy for women’s empowerment at the TISS auditorium on Tuesday (June 22), chairperson of the state women’s commission Vijaya Rahatkar has said.