Free Press Journal
  • Music does not appeal to everyone!

    Washington: Even though music is believed to be a universal language to many, a new study suggests that music doesn’t speak to everyone.

  • Revealed: how earth gets protection from space weather

    Washington: The NASA scientists have discovered how dense particles near earth can send a plume up through space to help protect against incoming solar particles during certain space weather events.

  • Energy drinks may lead to substance use among kids

    Toronto: Do you purchase energy drinks for growing children as these claim to increase alertness, improve mood and enhance mental and physical energy? Think again.

  • Goa Police demand information on AAP, its members

    Panaji: Even as Aam Aadmi Party members complain of intimidation by the BJP in several states, it is the police who are breathing down the party’s neck in Goa.

  • Rupee gains 9 paise to 61.02 Vs dollar in late morning deals

    Mumbai: Extending its gaining spell, the rupee today rose 9 paise to trade at three month-high of 61.02 against the US dollar in morning deals on persistent selling of the American currency by banks and exporters amid surging local equity market.

  • MP: BJP, Cong rush to take up farmers’ cause ahead of LS polls

    Bhopal: The damage to crops due to rain, hailstorm and cold has become a major issue for both BJP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh ahead of Lok Sabha polls as none can afford to neglect the farming community, which constitutes a major vote bank.

  • Mizoram to take back Bru refugees before election

    Aizawl: Mizoram government will soon initiate repatriation of Brus lodged in six relief camps in neighbouring Tripura if the Election Committee gives a green signal for it.

  • Child killed as fire breaks out in house

    Muzaffarnagar: A child was killed and two members of a family were critically injured when a fire broke out in their house at Kherikarmu village in Shamli district.

  • Russia’s actions violate Ukraine’s sovereignty: Obama to Putin

    Washington: US President Barack Obama has said that Russia’s actions are in violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and suggested that there is a diplomatic solution that would protect the interest of both Russia and Ukraine and end the worst East-West stand-off since the Cold War.

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    Saina struggles to enter All-England quarter-finals

    Birmingham: India’s Saina Nehwal had to go the full distance of three games to overcome American qualifier Beiwen Zhang 24-22, 18-21, 21-19, and enter the quarter-finals of the women’s singles at the All-England badminton championships.

  • US household wealth grows steadily in Q4

    Washington:American households accumulated their wealth at a faster pace in the last quarter of 2013 driven by returns in equity and real estate investment, a report has said.