Free Press Journal
  • Man shot dead in Madhya Pradesh

    Tikamgarh: A person was shot dead and another was injured by three miscreants near Pratappur Industrial area here, police said today.

  • couple

    Order dessert to ignite flames of passion on your first date

    London: According to a new research, desserts are a sweet way to your date’s heart. Researchers at Purdue University in Indiana, USA found that sweet tastes make a potential lover appear more attractive, the Daily Express reported.

  • France Police

    Paris hostages survived hidden in fridges and beneath sinks

    Paris: From the father who hid his toddler inside a supermarket refrigerator to the employee who texted tactical information to police from beneath a sink, authorities praised the quick instincts of survivors in the hostage incidents that gripped France.

  • How your online avatar could help you make friends

    Toronto: Online avatars with  open eyes, a smile or grin, an oval face, brown hair and/or a sweater were more likely to elicit friendship intentions, researchers from Canada’s York University say. In contrast, a neutral expression or any other expression other than a smile, black hair, short hair, a hat, and/or sunglasses are less likely to elicit friendship intentions.

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    Optimistic people have healthier hearts

    Washington: A new study has demonstrated that people who are optimistic are likely to have healthy hearts. The study conducted at University of Illinois examined associations between optimism and heart health in more than 5,100 adults and suggested that people who have upbeat outlooks have significantly better cardiovascular health.

  • 7,655 killed in Pakistan in 2014

    Islamabad: As many as 7,655 people were killed in Pakistan in terror attacks, sectarian violence, targeted killings, security operations and drone strikes in 2014 compared to 5,687 in 2013, an official report here has revealed.

  • Self Driving Cars

    NASA, Nissan to develop self-driving cars

    Washington: The US space agency and the automaker Nissan have announced a five-year partnership to build self-driving, zero-emission autonomous cars for earth – and eventually space.

  • 212 Cambodian villagers infected with HIV virus

    Phnom Penh: At least 212 villagers  have been infected with HIV in Cambodia’s Battambang province, the health ministry and the World Health Organisation (WHO) jointly announced Saturday.

  • Three killed, 97 injured in South Korea fire

    Seoul: At least three people were killed and 97 injured Saturday in a fire that broke out in a 10-storey building in South Korea. The fire erupted in the building in Uijeongbu, Yonhap News Agency reported.

  • Charlie Hebdo

    All three Charlie Hebdo massacre suspects worked in close ‘coordination’

    London: A gunman killed in a raid by the police at a kosher supermarket in Paris said that he was a member of the Islamic State (IS) militant group and that he “coordinated” with the Charlie Hebdo killers during the attacks to maximize the impact of the violence.

  • 2 priests booked for murder of 3 youths

    Mathura: Two priests have been booked for allegedly killing three youths, whose bodies were found in a ‘yagya shala’ near Bankey Bihari temple here, police said today.

  • Amit Shah, Black Money

    Prices have come down under Modi government: Amit Shah

    New Delhi: Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi assumed power, prices of essential commodities have come down, resulting in the saving of Rs.1,500-4,500 per month in household expenditure, BJP president Amit Shah said Saturday.

  • Teenager killed in grenade blast in Rajouri

    Jammu: A teenager was killed when a hand grenade which he had found in a field exploded in Rajouri district of Jammu region, police said today.