Free Press Journal
  • Apps that help women be safer

    We provide you with some of the best applications that help you send out a distress signal, book safe cabs or simply let your folks know where you are at all times. Have them handy in your phone because safety is no longer an option, it is a necessity.

  • Women’s Day: Mandira Bedi to Anita Hassanandani stand up for #ShaveYourOpinion, a bold cause for women everywhere

    Mumbai: Whenever a crime take place against a woman in India, for eg, rape or sexual harassment, our Indian society always takes up a harsh stand, more often than not they go on to dictate what the girl should or shouldn’t wear. Or that girls should not go out late at night or out for movies. #ShaveYourOpinion is a message to all those people who judge women in that regard.

  • UP Election: 37.85 per cent turnout till 1 PM in Phase 6

    Lucknow: An estimated 37.85 per cent votes were cast till 1 PM today in the sixth phase of Uttar Pradesh elections covering 49 Assembly seats, including Mau, where gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari is in the fray.

  • Rent control among 4 bills to get Rajasthan Assembly nod

    Jaipur: The Rajasthan Rent Control (Amendment) bill, the Rajasthan Homoeopathic Medicine (Amendment) bill and Nirwan University Jaipur bill were today passed in the state assembly with voice vote.

  • Google to unveil new Pixel smartphone in 2017

    New York: US tech giant Google will release a new Pixel smartphone later this year. The device, with the built-in personal Google Assistant, will directly competes with the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

  • UP Election 2017: PM Modi’s road show at Varanasi begins, huge crowd turns up

    With shifting focus to the final phase of Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister will soon address two election rallies at Jaunpur and Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth ground in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi. PM Modi has started a road show from the Banaras Hindu University gate. He will make his way towards Kashi Vishwanath Temple where he will offer prayers. He will also offer prayers later at the Kaal Bhairav temple and then

  • 15,000 children flee Iraq’s Mosul: UN

    United Nations: Some 15,000 children have fled Iraq’s Mosul city over the previous week where fighting between the security forces and the Islamic State (IS) terror group is intensifying, the UN Children’s Fund (Unicef) announced. “Unicef is responding to the immediate needs at the Hamam Al Alil camp, 20 km from Mosul, where aid is provided to children upon their arrival,” the agency’s Regional Emergency Advisor Bastien Vigneau said on Friday.

  • Were the BJP govt stumped by young idealists?

    In the confrontation between the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and the Leftist students in the various campuses, the saffron brotherhoods muscular nationalism is facing stiff resistance nota so much from the traditional politicians, despite their occasional interventions, as from the students.

  • Democratic Senator slams Trump for not acting on H-1B reform

    Washington: A powerful Democratic Senator and a key proponent of H-1B visa reforms has slammed US President Donald Trump for not acting on his campaign promise of protecting American workers by cracking down on H-1B visa abuse.