Free Press Journal
  • Now Charge Your Phone In Seconds

    London : One of the gadgets hogging the limelight at the CES this year is a charger that can boost your battery to full capacity in less time than it takes to boil a kettle, reports ANI.

  • Men, Women Differ When It Comes To Jealousy

    Washington : It turns out that men and women feel differently when it comes to feeling jealous, says a new study, reports ANI.

  • Don’t Hide When Your Spouse Shuts You Out

    New York: While in an argument with your wife, do not just run from the scene or expect her to read your mind to solve the conflict, researchers suggest, says IANS. Withdrawal or expect-ing your lover to mind-read hurts relation-ships the most.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- Your colleagues will be comparing themselves with your status and this may give rise to jealousy around you. Avoid junk food today. Be cautious while on wheels. Unexpected gains are likely.

  • In Science, Proof Is Eternal Clincher

     The strange, even bizarre claims that two Indians had flown an airplane a few years before the Wright Brothers would be otherwise laughable had they not been made at the Indian Science Congress and in the context of many such outlandish declarations of our scientific prowess in ancient times.

  • Cricketer in jail

    DHAKA: A Dhaka court has sent Bangladesh cricketer Rubel Hossain to jail after rejecting his bail plea in a breach of promise case under the Women’s Repression Act filed by Bengali starlet Naznin Akter Happy. Rubel, who is in the Bangladesh squad for the forthcoming World Cup, surrendered in the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court and has applied for bail. Happy had filed a case against Rubel alleging that the pacer backed

  • Volte-Face In Sunanda Case Begs Questions

    Everything was a little larger than life when Shashi Tharoor burst on to the Indian scene. He was in the United Nations, better known over there for his proximity to the then Secretary-General, Kofi Annan. And after the latter retired, he put his hat in the ring for the post of Secretary-General, with the help of the Manmohan Singh Government at the time. In fact, Tharoor’s candidature created a major controversy here,

  • Respect For Law

    Are we becoming less law-abiding in our behaviour? In the course of a debate in Parliament the other day, several members complained of a general tendency towards disprespect for law. These instances ranged from minor traffic violations to serious cases of rowdyism.