Free Press Journal
  • Congress seeks Adityanath’s apology for ‘anti-women’ remarks

    New Delhi, The Congress on Monday accused Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath of making “disparaging, distatateful and dishonourable” remarks against country’s women on his website and demanded an apology from him.

  • Cool tips for hot men!

    The sun can cause damage in ways we can’t even imagine. And summer skin care is not just for women; men too should take it seriously. Though your skin requires care and protection all throughout the year, the need is more during summers. Harmful UV rays can penetrate your skin and cause not just tanning but serious problems such as wrinkles, ageing, and cancer, in worst cases. And there are plenty of products available

  • Mumbai: BMC brings a new twist to parking policy, now only housing society can apply for a parking spot

    The most controversial parking policy of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is getting a thumbs down from the citizens as the BMC further introduces new rules, and, regulations to its parking policy. The BMC has brought a new twist to the parking policy, by introducing new clause to the residential scheme, which says that the BMC will allot parking space on roads to housing society, and, not to a specific individuals, which

  • Heritage

    World Heritage Day: 10 must visit UNESCO heritage sites in India

    On April 18, 1982, International Council on Monuments and Sites organised a conference and came up with a suggestion to celebrate the day as ‘International Day for Monuments and Sites’. The suggestion was accepted by UNESCO in 1983. Since then the day is celebrated as ‘World Heritage Day’ with an aim to raise awareness about cultural heritage and the need to protect and conserve such sites.

  • ‘India to be 2nd largest steel producer by FY 19’

    New Delhi: India is set to become the world’s second largest steel producer by 2018-19, Steel Users Federation of India (SUFI) said on Monday. “India is all set to grab the second position from Japan as the largest steel producer by 2018-19,” the SUFI said in a statement.

  • Another boost to defence ties between India and South Korea

    New Delhi: Anil Ambani group firm Reliance Defence Limited (RDL) has entered into a strategic partnership with a South Korean defence major to jointly manufacture military hardware for India’s armed forces.

  • India and its neighbours- South Korea means business

    Starting today, Free Press Journal is beginning a special segment, ‘India and its neighbours’, through which we will look at the country’s business relationships with neighbouring nations, history behind the alliance as well as the future prospects. We begin by taking an in-depth look at trade associations between India and South Korea

  • Tatya Tope death anniversary

    Tatya Tope’s 158th death anniversary: His role in 1857 uprising

    Ramachandra Pandurang Tope better known as Tatya Tope was an important figure in the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the First War of Independence. The revolt was one one of the dramatic instances of India’s struggle against British rule.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Defence experts slam Pak for denying consular access to Jadhav

    New Delhi: Strongly condemning Pakistan for not giving consular access to alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, defence experts on Tuesday said such decision was against international norms and conventions and alleged that Islamabad was deliberately dragging this case to heighten tensions with India.

  • Birthday Special: Poonam Dhillon’s children Anmol and Paloma are a splitting image of the former beauty!

    Bollywood actress Poonam Dhillon celebrates 55 birthday today. At the age of 16 she was crowned as a Miss Young India after that she went on to win the Femina Miss India in 1977. She was noticed by Yash Chopra who offered her a role the movie ‘Trishul’, which went on to be a superhit. That time she was a student in Chandigarh, and, wanted to be a doctor, but just for

  • Today’s horoscope By Nilikash P Pradhan

    b- You will be in a position to avail new loans easily to settle your debts. You will allocate funds for invest-ments in land, house or any other property. Fortune is with you so trading in stocks will be profitable.

  • Triple talaq ‘wrong’, but valid?

    The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has toned down its hard line defence of triple talaq in the wake of the Modi government’s determination to go ahead with outlawing it and the apparent pressure from within the Muslim community. At its latest meeting in Lucknow, it said instant triple talaq is “wrong” but qualified this by saying as a concession to hardliners that it is still a valid way to end a

  • Growth & social justice — BJP’s 2019 thrust

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pitch for constitutional status for the National Commission for Backward Communities and his assurance that the new body would be beneficial not just for backwards among Hindus but among all communities, including Muslims, is a step towards ensuring greater social justice across the board. Not only is it a well-thought-out strategy to win favour with the backwards but it is also an undeniably progressive move. Modi has shown repeatedly that

  • India 2022: Population and economy off the track

    INDIA’S high GDP growth rate has created a large middle-class. However, the actual number of its poor, famished, undernourished, underpaid, part-time employed and jobless has also been going up, instead of declining. For its geographical size, India is already the world’s most populous country. India has a long way to go to raise its GDP, find millions of new life-supporting jobs for the youth and help its large population of debt-ridden marginal farmers by