Free Press Journal
  • Morning sickness may protect baby in your womb

    New York: Nausea and vomiting that occurs during pregnancy, often termed as “morning sickness”, is associated with a lower risk of miscarriage, a study has found. Morning sickness typically begins in the morning and usually resolves as the day progresses.

  • Pakistan must target terror groups targeting neighbours: US

    Washington: Following External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly session wherein she asked the world to act against countries harbouring terrorists, the US has said that Pakistan needs to target all terror groups, including those that target neighbouring countries.


    Kashmir Valley remains curfew-free

    Srinagar: Signs of normalcy today started showing up in parts of Kashmir Valley, which remained by and large peaceful after days of unrest following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an encounter on July 8.

  • Chouhan seeks UK’s expertise for smart city development

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting with investors and experts related to Smart City development, in Britain, said that Madhya Pradesh would spend Rs 75,000 crore for development of cities in next three years so that small cities should also develop at the same pace as big cities.

  • UP: Woman delivers baby on tonga due to medical negligence

    Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh): In yet another incident of medical apathy, a woman was forced to deliver her baby aboard a tonga (horse-drawn carriage) in Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh.

  • US Presidential Debate: Trump gets personal, Hillary sticks to facts

    New York: US presidential contenders, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, sparred for 90 minutes at the Hofstra University auditorium in New York state in the first of their three presidential debates with pollsters giving an edge to the former first lady. The debate covered American prosperity and security, and in each of these issues Trump tried to give the impression that everything had gone wrong with America

  • Yes-Bank

    Yes Bank to raise Rs 330 cr via green infra bonds

    New Delhi: Private lender Yes Bank today said it will raise about Rs 330 crore (USD 50 million) by issuing a 7-year term green infrastructure bond to FMO, the Dutch Development Bank, on a private placement basis.

  • Singing saved my life: Tom Jones

    London: Veteran singer Tom Jones says singing saved his life after the death of wife Linda. The 76-year-old singer had been married to Lady Melinda Rose Woodward – known as Linda – for 59 years, she passed away in April, reported Female First.

  • Over 90 per cent of world breathing bad air: WHO

    Geneva: Nine out of 10 people globally are breathing poor quality air, the World Health Organization said today, calling for dramatic action against pollution that is blamed for more than six million deaths a year. New data in a report from the UN’s global health body “is enough to make all of us extremely concerned,” Maria Neira, the head of the WHO’s department of public health and environment, told reporters.

  • After Swaraj, Eenam Gambhir continues to flay Pakistan at UN

    New York: Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly, first secretary at the Permanent Mission of India in New York Eenam Gambhir flayed Islamabad for misleading their presentation on the situation in the Jammu and Kashmir, asserting that it yet another attempt to divert attention from Pakistan’s continued sponsorship of terrorism.

  • Indian-origin lawyer shoots 9 in US, killed by police

    New York: An Indian-origin lawyer with apparent Nazi sympathies went on an early morning rampage in US’ Houston city shooting nine people on Monday before he was killed by police, according to authorities. Nathan Desai was wearing military-style clothing with Nazi symbols during the 20-minute shooting spree when he fired at passing cars.

  • Zodiac Circle Illustration

    Your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You might some progress at work place but you need to be in touch with your clients as competitors will be initiating some strategies to turn your clients on their side. Romance is in the air.

  • Why was the Gita taught on the battlefield? by Swami Sivananda

    THERE was some purpose in the Lord’s choosing the battlefield for the Gita teaching. Yes. He wanted to point out to us that wisdom should not recline in an armchair. If his wisdom did not accompany a man to the field of battle, it was no wisdom at all! Any man could talk philosophy “after dinner”; any man could discourse upon the most intricate points in the Yoga Shastras sitting comfortably near the fireplace.