Free Press Journal
  • King Richard III was not a hunchback: study

    London: Richard III may be the most famous hunchback in history but a new study suggests the English monarch’s deformity was highly exaggerated by Shakespeare.

  • When women sacrifice eggs to make healthier babies

    New York: Women sacrifice a lot for their families and for the sake of giving birth to healthier babies, they do not even spare their own eggs, a study has said.

  • Indian-Americans script history; jointly win the Spelling Bee

    Washington: Two Indian-Americans – Sriram J Hathwar and Ansun Sujoe – today scripted history by becoming co-champions of the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee, after a thrilling final in which they almost exhausted the 25 designated words, the first tie since 1962.

  • Add zing to your selfie

    New York: Bored looking at your selfie again? Spruce it up with this new technology and you won’t be disappointed.

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    CM tells police to immediately arrest all Badaun rape accused

    Lucknow: Terming the gangrape and murder of two Dalit sisters in Badaun as “unfortunate”, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today ordered the police to arrest all the accused immediately and said a fast-track court should be constituted to ensure that they were duly punished.

  • DLF scrip rises 4.04 percent on healthy Q4 earnings

    Mumbai: The scrip of India’s real estate development major DLF gained 4.04 percent on back of healthy earnings in the fourth quarter of the last fiscal ended March 31.

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    Another Dalit girl gangraped in UP

    Azamgarh: A teenage dalit girl was allegedly gangraped by four persons in Saraimeer area of the district, police said today.

  • Jayalalithaa to meet Modi Tuesday

    Chennai: Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa will call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday and submit a list of issues concerning Tamil Nadu, it was announced Friday.

  • School students volunteer during spare time

    New Delhi: Increasingly school students, are using their spare time to go beyond academics into areas like social work, to lend a helping hand to those less privileged.

  • Air Force chief briefs personnel of South Command

    Thiruvananthapuram: Highlighting various challenges before the Indian Air Force, Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, has briefed personnel of the Southern Air Command here about the undergoing capability building through modernisation and acquisitions.

  • Visva Bharati VC not awarded Padma Shri: RTI

    Kolkata: The government has not awarded Padma Shri to Visva Bharati University Vice-Chancellor Sushanta Datta Gupta, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs has said in an RTI reply.

  • Minor girl molested by shopkeeper

    Thane: A minor girl was allegedly molested by a shopkeeper when she went to buy milk packets at his shop in the district’s Mumbra township, police said today.

  • RIL denies reports saying CAG against $1.1 bln KG-D6 cost recovery

    Mumbai: Reliance Industries Ltd has denied media reports saying the Comptroller and Auditor General of India has raised questions over a contract awarded by the company for hiring a storage vessel for its KG-D6 oil block at an inflated price.

  • Gangrape case: Two constables sacked, accused arrested

    Badaun (UP): As outrage spread over the horrific gangrape of two Dalit sisters in the district, authorities today sacked two constables in connection with the crime even as police arrested another accused in the case.

  • Bicyclists are happiest travellers

    Washington: People are in the best mood while they are bicycling compared to any other mode of transportation, a new study has found.