Free Press Journal
  • British is the most attractive accent in the world

    London : A new poll has revealed that British is the world’s most attractive accent in the world, beating down the language of love French, which ranked down on fifth position, reports ANI.

  • Adani, Raj govt to set up India’s largest solar park

    Jaipur/Mumbai :  Adani Enterprises Ltd today signed a pact with the Rajasthan government to develop the country’s largest solar park in the state with 10,000 MW capacity over the next 10 years at an estimated investment of about Rs 40,000 crore.

  • Food and the man

    Arjun Kapoor’s love-love relationship with food continues unabated. Stardom hasn’t managed to put the brakes on his healthy (!) appetite and the dishy dude isn’t having it any other way! He claims that he never wants to live life in a way where he doesn’t look forward to eating. “It gives me genuine happiness,” he smiles. Food does have the capacity to bring a smile to the actor’s face, even if he

  • Lens on mobile of Andheri sex pest

    Mumbai : The Amboli police have seized the mobile phone of the 18-year-old housekeeping staffer who had allegedly filmed several women in the ladies toilet of a plush lounge in Andheri. The police are to send the mobile phone to the forensic department to check if the youth had earlier filmed any woman and deleted the same from his phone.

  • ESIS hospitals on ventilator?

    Mumbai : Staff crunch, lack of medicines, lack of ICUs, ventilators and a crumbling infrastructure, this is what plagues the six Employees’ State Insurance Scheme hospitals (ESIS) in Mumbai, the very public hospitals which are supposed to cater to employees and staff of Central as well as State governments.

  • The danger is not over yet, take care

    Mumbai : A 30-year-old woman from Thane (West) has been admitted to a private hospital on Monday owing to swine flu and is being kept on a ventilator. With this, Mumbai has reported eight new swine flu cases, out of which three are out-station patients. Since January, the city has registered a total of 44 swine flu cases this year with five deaths, all of visitors.

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    RBI cautions lenders on bad debt

    Mumbai :  The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday said it has cautioned lenders on the need to improve asset quality and curtail non-performing assets (NPAs) which have increased in the recent past. Speaking to reporters here, RBI’s Deputy Governor R. Gandhi said asset quality has always been a concern following the global financial crisis.

  • Will Sunny out-splash SRK?

    There is something so uber luxe about the thought of Sunny Leone bathing in a hundred litres of milk… Yes, despite the fact that the onscreen seductress had to do so for a scene in ‘Ek Paheli Leela’ in the chilly winter cold of Rajasthan!

  • Shahid Actually Opens Up

    Success is suiting Shahid Kapoor. After collecting armloads of awards and accolades for his angst-driven portrayal of Hamlet in Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Haider’, the actor is noticeably buoyant of late. While shooting for Vikas Bahl’s upcoming ‘Shaandaar’, a destination wedding drama, was evidently a breeze, the same cannot be said for his ‘Udta Punjab’.

  • Akshay does an Aamir!

    Oh these actors and their Method methods! Last we’d heard of how Aamir Khan would insist on speaking to all and sundry in Bhojpuri to perfect his act in PK. Now we have Akshay Oberoi who’s doing something similar, only the lingo this time is Haryanvi!

  • Low birth weight ups depression risk in adult life

    Toronto : People born as extremely low birth weight babies are twice as likely to have psychiatric problems such as depression or attentive-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as adults, a new research has found, reports PTI.

  • Valuable advice from Vidya Balan

    The gorgeous Vidya Balan is not just a fabulous actress but an amazing woman with a mind of her own and the capacity to say it like she sees it. That her brutally honest statements often create mini-tsunamis is but natural, as her recent revelations do…

  • How eating disorder affects you

    Washington : A new study has provided deep insight on anorexia nervosa i.e. eating disorders suggesting that the longer one suffers from active anorexia nervosa (AN), the more likely they are to show disorder-relevant alterations in DNA methylation, reports ANI.

  • Ratan Tata invests in

    New Delhi :  Tata Group Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata has invested in online auto classified services provider,, indicating the strength of India’s rapidly growing digital consumption market.

  • Sena MLA, five others injured in road mishap

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena MLA from Lalbaug area, Ajay Chaudhari, and his family met with an accident on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-way on Monday morning, while on their way in their car to a wedding in Vajreshwari.

  • A picture is worth many emotions, too

    London : Images on Twitter, Facebook or other social media can convey a lot more than a sentence might and will often provoke emotions in the user, a fascinating research suggests, reports IANS.

  • Silence these Togadias

    We do not require sermons from the US President Barack Obama on maintaining religious harmony. Despite occasional aberrations, India has remained a multi-religious, multi-cultural, multi-lingual nation for as long as we can recall, and it certainly intends to remain so in the foreseeable future as well. Obama may have his own reasons to keep the Christian lobby in the US in good humour, though if he cared half as much for African Americans, they

  • Neha Dhupia: Indie at heart

    Whether by choice or design, the stunning Neha Dhupia has invariably chosen offbeat, independent cinema over mainstream. Yet she is not quite convinced if her decision has paid off.