Free Press Journal
  • Michelle Obama `shakes leg` with giant vegetables

    Washington: Michelle Obama was spotted dancing with a trio of giant, human-sized vegetable dancers during the fourth anniversary tour of her ‘Let’s Move’ campaign.

  • Music can make food more comforting

    Washington: A new study suggests that comfort foods get even more comforting if you eat them with the right kind of musical ambiance.

  • Iran calls for new paradigm in international relations

    New Delhi: Noting that the context of international relations and the players has changed, Iran’s Foreign Minister Dr. Mohammad Javad Zarif has called for a “new paradigm”   to usher in an inclusive world where each State played a role.

  • TN suspends top cop

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu government today suspended senior IPS officer G Sampath Kumar for allegedly making charges against his colleagues in the context of IPL match fixing scam.

  • Problem in Delhi Metro train; commuters stranded

    New Delhi: Traffic on the Jahangirpuri- Hooda City centre route of Delhi Metro was today disrupted after a train developed a problem in its automatic train protection (ATP) system during the morning rush hour.

    A train at New Delhi Station developed a problem in its ATP system at around 9 AM and had to be removed from the tracks,” a DMRC official said.

  • Kolkata celebrates National Science Day

    Kolkata: Scientists from across the world participated in lecture sessions at various research institutes here to celebrate National Science Day Friday, to commemorate the discovery of Raman Effect by Indian physicist C.V. Raman.

  • Artistic expression of activism

    New Delhi: A wall-sized greyscale photograph of Manipuri civil rights activist Irom Sharmila on a hunger strike, provides a stark display at the Lalit Kala Akademi here.