Free Press Journal
  • Scam of a different kind

    Sydney: Love may be in the air on Saint Valentine’s Day but authorities in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore warned today of a growth in online scams cheating lonely people out of their savings. Romance scams cost Australians more money than any other form of cheating, with those aged over 45 more likely to be stung, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said.

  • Glasgow University is offering open Star Wars philosophy course for all

    London: In good news for Star Wars fans, a university in the UK is offering a new course to explore the deeper meanings of the epic sci-fi film series that has enthralled the audiences for decades. The day-long open access course by the University of Glasgow in the UK – Star Wars and Philosophy: Destiny, Justice and the Metaphysics of the Force – will be held on May 4.

  • List of Anti-Valentine’s Day: What exactly each day stands for!

    Valentine is tomorrow there will be romance and love in air, but what after 14 February for those who are single and heartbroken? For them there is anti-valentine week. The anti-valentine week starts from the next day of Valentine day after romance and love is over.

  • GVK wins Rs 16,000 crore bid to develop Navi-Mumbai airport

    GVK run the busiest airport in country which is Mumbai and know they have win the bid of Rs 16,000 crore project to develop the second airport in Navi-Mumbai which is out-side Mumbai, CNBC-TV18 reported.

  • Mayawati’s campaign turns a new leaf in UP

    Lucknow: People change with times. In Uttar Pradesh, where voters are being wooed left and right, the most striking election campaign although low profile is of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

  • Proud to represent India at Grammys, says Sandeep Das

    New Delhi: Indian tabla player Sandeep Das, whose collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble “Sing Me Home” won the Grammy in the World Music category, says it was a proud moment to represent India on the international stage.

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University announces new admission policy for M Phil and PhD

    Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), on 11 February, released a notification clearing its stand on M Phil and PhD admission. According to the University, the number of seats for each M Phil and PhD course offered at the University will be calculated on the basis of 2016 UGC gazette notification.

  • Becoming a mother doesn’t mean you’re home-bound, says Kareena Kapoor Khan

    Mumbai: In April — just over four months after giving birth to her son Taimur Ali Khan — Kareena Kapoor Khan will bounce back to face the cameras for “Veere Di Wedding”. She says she can easily see herself balancing her work and family as women are masters at multi-tasking.

  • Have a look at the Mumbai Flea market – Live Music, shopping, and, food!  

    The four day flea market event was celebrated with a glamour and galore from 9th to 12th February in Mumbai. A beautiful atmosphere around which would make you crazy with lots of music, foods and brands, there were a total of 250 brands, and, lifestyle, Interior products, Jewellery and much more.