Free Press Journal
  • The buzz on twitter

    Another girl allegedly killed, hanged in UP

  • Bees create mental maps to reach home

    Washington : We have long wondered at the complex navigation abilities of the bees who use the sun as a compass. But bees do memorise a mental map too, like humans, despite their much smaller brain size, new research reveals adding a whole new dimension to complex bee-navigation abilities that have long fascinated scientists, reports IANS. “The surprise comes for many people that such a tiny little brain is able to form such

  • Trailer Out: ‘Bhaangarh’ to spook the audience

    The trailer and first look posters of the upcoming psychological thriller horror movie ‘Bhaangarh’, loosely inspired by what is considered India’s only “officially haunted” place by the government of India – the ‘Bhangarh Fort’ is now out!

  • Two labourers thrashed over minor issue

    Thane : Two brick kiln labourers were allegedly thrashed severely by two brothers over a petty issue in the tribal Wada taluka of the district, the police said on Wednesday.

  • Too much texting could make you blind

    Washington : A young Chinese man who constantly texted his girlfriend at night so much that his retina became detached, reports ANI. This man was into messaging app WeChat, which allows intimate conversations, day and night.

  • Sikkim MLA’s secession threat comes under fire

    Gangtok : The Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) on Wednesday strongly condemned the opposition Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) MLA Ugen Nedup Bhutia’s threat of secession to state Governor Shriniwas Patil.

  • Rihanna’s perfume poster restricted by watchdog

    London : A poster of R&B star Rihanna advertising her perfume has been restricted by the advertising watchdog to areas where children are unlikely to see it. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) found the image of the singer ‘sexually suggestive’. It shows Rihanna, apparently naked, sitting on the floor with her legs raised against a bottle of Rogue scent, reported BBC online, according to PTI. The ASA accepted Rihanna was mainly

  • Environment top priority for most Indians: Study

    New Delhi : Over 90 percent people believe that climate change is a reality and rated environment as a top priority, a survey conducted in eight Indian cities by TERI revealed Wednesday on the eve of World Environment Day.

  • Looking forward

    As the single, largest political party in India, the deliberations of the Congress assume, as before, great significance.

  • Waiting For A Better Tomorrow

    The world will not change by our position in the Universe. Actions change when beliefs change;

  • Man held for driving wife to suicide

    Bhayandar : A 31-year-old man has been arrested on charges of abetting his wife’s suicide at their Nallasopara residence on Wednesday.

  • ‘Ludo’ makes its presence felt at Cannes

    Post ‘Tasher Desh’, which was premiered in Rome and received well by the audience, director duo Q and Nikon are back again with their latest film ‘Ludo’ — a thriller fantasy produced by Celine Loop of Overdose Joint.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Tensions will be disturbing your mind. Romance is in the air. Take care of health don’t eat junk food. Don’t get too emotional. Business relations might get affected due to misunderstandings.

  • ‘Unclear Cos Act would make things worse’

    New Delhi: Seeking a comprehensive review of the new Companies Act, industry body CII said that an “unclear and cumbersome” law would make things worse for the corporates. “The government needs to trust industry. One or two incidence of corporate malfeasance should not lead to mistrust of the entire spectrum of corporate India and should not make normal business activities difficult,” CII President Ajay Shriram said in a statement. Many concepts are

  • China to become second-largest entertainment market by 2018

    Beijing : The Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2014-18, published by global consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers has revealed that China will overtake Japan to become the world’s second-largest entertainment and media market by the end of 2018. It will be next only to the United States, reports ANI.

  • ThIS freedom

    The voice of the people is supreme in a democracy. It is the unmistakable index to the spirit of a nation. A democracy guarantees the unassailable right of every individual to express freely his views on matters of public interest. It grants everyone the duty and the privilege to correct and criticise the Government.