Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Mock question paper of Economics

    Indore: The best way to practice before examination is by attempting mock question papers, as it helps us clear our doubts and check our weaknesses. Sharing some essential tips for Economics paper and mock question paper, teacher Rashmi Panwar explained the importance of preparing with practise.

  • Capital Gains Tips And Tricks-Part I

    Over a period of time, in our consulting practice, we have come across many an interesting case. Of course, the background and facts of any matter are specific to that particular client.

  • ‘Must apply Dubai lessons to save Test’

    “We’ve got to cope with it as best we can and come up with a plan, and we’ve done a lot of practice in those conditions so I’m really confident they can do the job and see how they go. Be a great challenge for them,” Lehmann told reporters at the end of the fourth day’s play. (more…)

  • Deep breathing, yoga may help tackle depression

    Boston : Participating in yoga and deep breathing classes twice a week along with home practice may effectively reduce the symptoms of depression, a new study claims. The findings provide support for the use of yoga-based interventions as an alternative or supplement to pharmacologic treatments for depression, researchers said.


    All the problems that you face in life are because you attach too much importance to events. The events grow bigger while you remain smaller.

  • Iyer shines despite Oz getting upper hand

    Mumbai : Shreyas Iyer stroked his way to an unbeaten half-century in an otherwise unimpressive batting display by India ‘A’ in reply to Australia’s first-innings total of 469 for seven declared on the second day of the three-day practice game here.

  • Bhopal: Triple talaq imbroglio

    BHOPAL: A couple of petitions filed by Muslim women, against the practice of triple talaq, which are being heard by the Supreme Court, have kicked up a big controversy.

  • Cow urine sold alongside food in London, says BBC

    London : Cow urine is being sold alongside food in convenience stores in the UK despite environment experts warning against the practice, according to a media report here.

  • Simple method to improve breast cancer treatment

    London : A simple and non-invasive imaging method can effectively replace the current practice in determining appropriateness of breast cancer treatment, thereby reducing the need for invasive tissue sampling, new research has found, reports IANS.

  • You may be musical & not even know it

    London : Practice does makes a man perfect but researchers now report that personality and openness to new ideas also play a key role in musical ability even for those who do not play an instrument, reports IANS.

  • Nico Hulkenberg drives in Force India car on Friday.

    Hulkenberg tops time in practice

    Sochi (Russia) : Nico Hulkenberg topped the times for Force India in Friday’s delayed and curtailed opening free practice session for this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix.

  • Binny, Rahane slog it out in practice

    Kolkata : Having warmed the benches in India’s two back-to-back defeats, Ajinkya Rahane and Stuart Binny may get a look-in for the third T20 match as the two players slogged it out at India’s practice session.

  • Mylan Labs gets warning letter from USFDA for lapses at 3 units

    New Delhi : The US Food & Drug Administration (USFDA) has issued a warning letter to Mylan Laboratories for violation of current good manufacturing practice (CGMP) norms at its three plants in Karnataka. The US regulator said its inspectors found “significant violations” in the three manufacturing facilities in Bengaluru of the company, which is an arm of US-based Mylan Inc. Of the three units, two plants belonged to Agila Specialties, which Mylan

  • The Practice Of Prayer

    I once visited a home where there was a young baby. I was talking to the family and the mother was busy somewhere in the kitchen. The baby was playing with its toys. After a while, the baby cried a little and started putting things in its mouth, thinking that by sucking on them, it might get some milk to satisfy its hunger. A little crying, a little trying, again a little

  • Prayog, world’s first yoga suit, unveiled

    Mumbai : With nations gearing for the world’s first International Yoga Day on Sunday to mark the importance of the ancient Indian practice, an Indian apparel brand has launched the world’s first true yoga wear. It’s specialty is that the synthetics never touch the skin and garments never compress the body.

  • Practice makes perfect? Not so much

    Washington: The old adage “practice makes perfect” may not hold true, according to a new study which found natural talent and other factors likely play a role in mastering a complicated activity.