Free Press Journal
  • Gurinder Sandhu

    Jacques Kallis says Gurinder Sandhu ready for international cricket

    Sydney: South African cricket great Jacques Kallis said his Sydney Thunder teammate Gurinder Sandhu, who was drafted into Australia’s One-Day International (ODI) squad for the tri-series against England and India, had proven he possessed the skills required to perform at the international level.

  • India start World Cup rehearsal in tri-series

    Melbourne: Aiming to boost their World Cup preparations, India start their One-Day International tri-series campaign against hosts Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here Sunday.

  • Bitcoin

    Bitcoin exchange CEO Mark Karpeles denies masterminding Silk Road

    Washington: Defense of Ross Ulbricht, the possible mastermind of Silk Road, has pointed out to Mark Karpeles, CEO of now-defunct Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox as the person responsible for the billion-dollar operation of the online marketplace for illegal drugs while Karpeles immediately issued a denial.

  • diet pill

    Pills to adjust night-shift workers’ body clock

    Montreal: What if a pill could help adjust your internal body clock to night shifts or jet lag the way it works during the day to eliminate various health risks, including cancer?

  • Ancient Pythagoras theorem can track patient’s health

    Washington: A team of medical researchers has found that the 2,500-year-old Pythagoras theorem could be the most effective way to identify the point at which a patient’s health begins to improve.

  • China

    China to publically shame tourists to improve their behaviour when abroad

    Wellington: In an attempt to combat the growing problem of embarrassing behaviour of Chinese tourists when abroad, head of China’s National Tourism Administration Li Jinzao has announced a new tactic “Public Shaming” to improve tourists’ behaviours.

  • Biosensor to help machines smell like humans

    London: In a first, an Indian-origin researcher from the University of Manchester has created a biosensor that can help machines smell the way humans do.

  • Raghubar Das

    Jharkhand CM mulls setting up coordination committee

    Ranchi :  Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today mulled setting up of Coordination Committee at the level of chief secretaries of border states for joint development programmes that would help curb left wing extremism (LWE).

  • The danger of ‘Deras’ to mainstream Sikhism

    The Sikhs are loath to admit it but they are very much a part of the Hindu milieu: each member of the faith carries with him a caste tag even though the divisions are not as rigid as within Hinduism. At least, there does not exist within the faith a vertical caste hierarchy.

  • Suresh Prabhu, CRPF, Security, Train

    ‘Railways caught in vicious circle of poor investments’

    New Delhi:  Noting that Railways was caught in a “vicious circle” of poor investments compromising services, Minister Suresh Prabhu today pitched for greater investment to improve the infrastructure of the government behemoth.

  • Bharatendra Singh

    Will work for development of AMU: BJP MP Bharatendra Singh

    Muzaffarnagar:  After eyebrows were raised on his appointment to the highest governing body of Aligarh Muslim University, BJP MP Kunwar Bharatendra Singh today said that he will raise issues concerning the varsity in Parliament and work for the welfare of its students.

  • Jitan Ram Manjhi

    JD(U) disapproves of CM attending feast at Sadhu Yadav’s house

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi’s visit to the house of Sadhu Yadav, controversial brother-in-law of RJD President Lalu Prasad, during Makar Sankranti festivities has raked up a controversy with the ruling JD(U) saying that Manjhi should shun such activities which gives a bad name to the party and the government.