Free Press Journal
  • Guiding light: Twice Born

    The purpose of life is not to succeed alone but to strengthen our connection with God and manifest the potential and talents given to us. After all, success is not our ultimate goal in life. Our goal in life is to be ourselves to prove our uniqueness, identity and be a do-gooder in our relationships. Ultimately, you must be able to say, “I had such a wonderful life and I wish I

  • charlie chaplin

    Charlie Chaplin birthday: 15 quotes by the comic actor that proves there was more to his life than comedy

    Charlie Chaplin is more than a comic genius. Born on April 16, 1889, to Hannah Harriet Pedlingham and Charles Chaplin, his parents were music hall performers. His childhood was one of poverty and hardship, but there was no dearth of laughter in his house. His mother would often entertain him by mimicking passers-by. This is where the idea of becoming a comedian was born. He spent all his childhood in trouble

  • India finish on a high

    Gold Coast bids farewell to Commonwealth Games athletes

  • Pan-India protests, celebs join janata

    Mumbai : Hundreds of Mumbaikars turned up at Carter Road on Sunday to demand justice in the Kathua and Unnao rape cases. This was part of the impromptu pan-India protests with citizens rubbing shoulders with film celebs – Twinkle Khanna, Kalki Koechlin, Kiran Rao, Rajkumar Rao Aditi Rao and Vishal Dadlani. The rally was also attended by prominent citizens like Shyama Kulkarni of AGNI & Dr Zeenat Shaukat Ali. Also in attendance were

  • Man City takes EPL title as Man United crash to West Brom

    Manchester : Manchester City were confirmed as Premier League champions without kicking a ball on Sunday as rock bottom West Brom stunned Manchester United with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford.

  • DCW chief’s fast enters day 3, two more minors raped

    New Delhi : An indefinite hunger strike by Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chairperson Swati Maliwal demanding death penalty for rapists entered the third day here on Sunday even as two more minors were raped across the country.

  • Saina subdues Sindhu for gold

    Gold Coast : Saina Nehwal’s aggression and intensity quite literally brought top seed PV Sindhu to her knees as she ensnared the women’s singles Commonwealth Games gold but K Srikanth and the debutant men’s doubles pair of Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty settled for silver medals on the final day of the event here on Sunday.

  • B-Town enraged over Kathua

    New Delhi! : With the outrage over the horrifying gangrape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua growing louder across the nation, the Bollywood fraternity too could not hold in the rage anymore.

  • Manika to the ‘four’; India emerge as top TT nation

    Gold Coast : Manika Batra’s sensational run at the Commonwealth Games culminated with a fourth medal in as many events while India emerged as the best table tennis nation with a record eight medals including three gold.

  • France warns of new disaster looming in Syria’s Idlib region

    Paris : French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian warned on Sunday that a new humanitarian disaster was looming in Syria, in the rebel-held region of Idlib, seen as the next possible target of the regime’s fightback.

  • Rly athletes win 10 out of 26 golds

    Mumbai : Indian Railways on Sunday said that it was a matter of pride that 40 per cent of gold medals for India, 10 out of 26 in the recently concluded Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, were won by Railway athletes.

  • RSS affiliate bats for dropping Mor from RBI board

    New Delhi : The RSS-affiliated SJM has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding removal of Nachiket Mor from the RBI board on grounds of conflict of interest.

  • First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar

    Yangon : Myanmar’s government said it has repatriated the first family of Rohingya out of some 700,000 refugees who fled to Bangladesh to escape a brutal military campaign, despite UN warnings that a safe return is not yet possible.

  • UCO bank fraud: CBI to question ex-CMD

    New Delhi : The CBI will soon question former Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of UCO Bank Arun Kaul in connection with its ongoing probe into an alleged Rs 737 crore bank loan fraud case, officials said on Sunday.

  • Rajasthan beat Bangalore by 19 runs in ‘Battle Royale’

    Bengaluru : Sanju Samson’s breathtaking strokeplay formed the cornerstone of Rajasthan Royals’ 19-run win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in a high-scoring IPL encounter here on Sunday.