Free Press Journal
  • Love hormone triggers anxiety and fear

    Washington: Love hormone has a dark side! The fuzzy, warm hormone oxytocin, long known to promote feelings of love, social bonding and well-being, can also cause emotional pain, by strengthening bad memories and increasing fear and anxiety, a new study has claimed.

  • Now, microchip that mimics human brain

    London: In a breakthrough, Swiss scientists have developed a novel new microchip that works just like a human brain and exhibits cognitive abilities.

  • NASA spacecraft capture stunning images of Earth

    Washington: NASA has released colour and black-and-white images of Earth and the Moon, as bright beacons, taken from two interplanetary spacecraft millions of miles away in space.

  • India, China talk ways to ensure peace on LAC after incursions

    New Delhi: India and China today discussed ways to ensure peace and tranquillity along the border in the backdrop of recent Chinese incursions during a meeting here, the first since the three-week “face-to-face” standoff in April at Depsang Valley near LAC in Ladakh.

  • 2G:Tatas funded Unitech, have faith on colleagues: Anil Ambani

    New Delhi: Reliance ADA Group Chairman Anil Ambani, who has been summoned to depose as a witness in the 2G case, has told the CBI that questions on shell firms allegedly related to his company can be “best answered” by his colleagues as he has “full faith” on them.

  • 2G:Tatas funded Unitech, have faith on colleagues: Anil Ambani

    New Delhi: Reliance ADA Group Chairman Anil Ambani, who has been summoned to depose as a witness in the 2G case, has told the CBI that questions on shell firms allegedly related to his company can be “best answered” by his colleagues as he has “full faith” on them.

  • Army thwarts infiltration bid along LoC

    Srinagar: Army troops guarding the Line of Control have scuttled an infiltration attempt by a group of heavily-armed militants in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

  • Four killed in clashes over ousted Egypt president

    Cairo: Four people were killed and several dozens injured in clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, state media reported.

  • Modi not fit to be PM, has shifted focus from key issues:JD(U)

    New Delhi: Endorsing Nobel laureate Amartya Sen’s views against Narendra Modi, JD(U) today said the BJP leader was not fit to be Prime Minister and his arrival on the national stage has resulted in focus shifting from burning issues to non-issues.

  • I like Advani more than Modi: Shatrughan

    Patna: Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha Tuesday said he favoured BJP leader L.K. Advani over Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Israeli diplomat attack: cops contest Kazmi’s discharge plea

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police today opposed before a court here the plea of Israeli diplomat attack case accused, journalist Syed Mohammad Ahmed Kazmi, that he should be discharged as the probe agency allegedly did not follow the provisions of the anti-terror laws.

  • Don’t cling to power, LDF tells Chandy

    Thiruvananthapuram: Terming the High Court observations against Kerala’s UDF Government in the solar panel case as “very serious”, opposition LDF today demanded immediate resignation of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

  • Jayalalithaa slams UPA on FDI

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa Tuesday said the UPA government at the centre was acting at the behest of foreign interests in relaxing FDI.

  • Another Delhi Metro video of intimate couple leaked

    New Delhi: Days after Delhi Metro filed a complaint on a footage of couples getting intimate at Metro stations that was uploaded on porn sites, another such video has surfaced online.