Free Press Journal
  • Listen to your wife to lower heart attack risk

    New York : Do find time to talk to your wife even if you come tired from office and want to hit the sack – for a better heart health, says IANS.

  • Amla inspires South Africa to huge ODI win

    Colombo :  Opener Hashim Amla smashed 109 and Ryan McLaren took two wickets in three balls as South Africa thrashed Sri Lanka by 75 runs in their first one-dayer.

  • Lalu seeks quota in govt contracts for backwards

    Vaishali (Bihar) : Raking up the reservation issue, RJD President Lalu Prasad on Sunday demanded 60 per cent reservation in government contracts for people belonging to Extremely Backward Castes (EBC), reports PTI.

  • Rahul hat-trick fires Tata to Div-IV title

    Mumbai :  Tata Power, riding on the brilliance of Rahul Sander who notched up a fine hat-trick, overcame Hockey Anstrengung United 4-1 in the summit round and to clinch the Fourth Division title of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League played at the MHAL Stadium, Churchgate. Besides Sander’s superb effort seasoned Raju Bagade scored Tata Power’s fourth goal, while Rahul S. netted the lone goal for the losing side.

  • NZ beat Windies by 12 runs

    Roseau, Dominica: New Zealand relied on their two most experienced batsmen to defeat the West Indies by 12 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis scoring method in the rain-affected first T20 International at Windsor Park to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

  • Mercedes to launch automated-trucks

    Washington : German vehicle maker Mercedes is coming up with an automated series of truck, which they will call Future Truck 2025, reports ANI.

  • Union Budget, IIP data, Infosys results to drive stocks

    New Delhi : In an eventful week ahead, stock markets would take cues from a host of important triggers, including the Union Budget for 2014-15, industrial production data and quarterly earnings from Infosys, say experts. The week also marks the beginning of the Q1 June quarter corporate earnings season, with Infosys announcing its result on July 11.

  • Journal defends Facebook’s study

    New York: A scientific journal that published the Facebook study about how emotions spread across social networks has defended its decision to publish the research, says IANS. According to Inder Verma, editor-in-chief of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the decision to publish the research was deemed appropriate based on the information provided by the study authors. “As a private company, Facebook was under no obligation

  • Finance Ministry to join Twitter

    New Delhi : Key ministries like Finance and Commerce will soon join Twitter as part of the government’s effort to use social media in connecting with citizens, Twitter India Head (News, Politics and Government) Raheel Khursheed told PTI.

  • Cong stages state-wide stir against fuel price rise

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) on Sunday organised state-wide demonstrations to condemn the price-rise and expose the wrong policies of the Modi government.

  • Hooda unveils separate SGPC in state; draws flak

    Chandigarh: Yielding to long-pending “demand of Sikhs”, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday announced a separate SGPC for his state, drawing flak from Amritsar-based SGPC and Akali Dal, which dubbed it as Congress “nefarious design to weaken” the community, reports PTI.

  • Waiting for ‘Yudh’: SRK tells Big B

    Shah Rukh Khan, who took the small screen route to filmdom and stardom, has reached out to Amitabh Bachchan to say that he’s awaiting the launch of “Yudh”, which marks the Bollywood megastar’s debut in the fiction space on TV. SRK is sure the show will be “pathbreaking”, reports IANS.

  • The Modi show begins today

    During their ten long years in opposition, the BJP leaders never tired of telling us that it is the responsibility of the ruling party to ensure that the business of Parliament runs smoothly. In the same breath, these learned men also propounded a thesis that disruption of the proceedings is also a democratic way of registering protest. The Congress would argue that the BJP had not come to

  • Di Stefano in coma after heart attack

    Madrid: Real Madrid legend Alfredo di Stefano, one of the greatest players in history, is in a coma in hospital after suffering a heart attack, officials said. Rescuers battled for nearly 20 minutes to revive the 88-year-old after his heart and breathing stopped while he was eating with his family near the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in central Madrid.

  • New breakthrough in anti-HIV drugs

    London : Developing various anti-HIV, anti-cancer and anti-bacterial drugs could be a lot easier as researchers have now developed an economical, reliable and metal-free chemical reaction that could yield building blocks for these drugs, says IANS.

  • Honey Singh

    No compromises on work front for Honey Singh

    Yo Yo Honey Singh, who is known for his unconventional music, has also been travelling extensively all over the globe for his concerts and music video shoots, off late. And to ensure that the work on his upcoming television debut, ‘India’s Raw Star’ doesn’t suffer, the rapper has started conducting meetings with the channel team on Skype!

  • 6 arrested over Arab teen murder

    Jerusalem : Israeli police have arrested a group of Jewish extremists in connection with the kidnap and murder of a Palestinian teenager who was burned to death in a suspected revenge killing, reports AFP.