Free Press Journal
  • Agony Aunt helps you to deal with relationship problems

    I recently met a guy through matrimonial site. We hit it off instantly and have been meeting very regularly. With further interactions I have come to realise that he is trying too hard to please me and make me happy all the time. I feel obligated to return the favour and I know this is not the feeling I want to start something new with him. We get along well together and

  • Taditional values, Yoga helpful in treating depression: Prez

    New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee said traditional Indian values and Yoga can become good mechanisms to support people suffering from mental health disorders and noted that social stigma attached to such conditions remains a “major” problem in India. On World Health Day, Mukherjee asked to focus on traditional support systems, social support systems and spiritual beliefs and practices in providing wellbeing to all.

  • Are you ready to face your next problem?

    By anticipating and by preparing for problems, we can tackle them in a better way, writes Dr Shrirang Bakhle

  • Maruti to recall 20k units of S-Cross

    New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki India said as many as 20,427 units of its premium crossover model S-Cross need possible replacement of a faulty brake part and announced a ‘free service campaign’ to rectify the problem.

  • FinMin to set up panel on NPAs

    New Delhi:  In pursuance to the directions of the Supreme Court, the Finance Ministry will soon set up a panel to look into the issue of mounting bad loans and come out with the steps to deal with the problem.  “The committee to look into non-performing assets issue will be announced soon in accordance with the suggestions of the Honourable Supreme Court,” a senior Finance Ministry official told PTI.  It will look

  • Govt virtually rules out debt waiver scheme for farmers

    New Delhi : Virtually rejecting opposition demand for debt waiver to farmers, the government on Wednesday said Centre is continuously monitoring the drought situation and urged all parties to work together to deal with the problem.

  • Breakthrough: Scientists find plastic-eating bacteria

    Tokyo : A team of scientists in Japan has identified a species of plastic-eating bacteria, isolated from outside a bottle-recycling facility, a finding that might help solve the growing plastic pollution problem, reports PTI.

  • Substance abuse led to Malad boy’s death?

    Mumbai : The recent death of a 15-year-old boy, who was given to substance abuse, has highlighted the danger that such behaviour poses to the young generation and the urgent need to address this problem.

  • Are diagnostic labels of asthma, COPD even viable?

    Washington DC : A team of researchers has tried to explore whether or not tagging every patient’s breathing problem as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is viable, reports IANS.