Free Press Journal
  • West Indies aim for big victory against Zimbabwe

    Canberra :  Riding high after demolishing Pakistan in their last encounter, an unpredictable West Indies eye another big win against perceived minnows Zimbabwe in their third pool B match of the cricket World Cup, here today.

  • Will We See Sidhant Gupta In A Bengali Film?

    A launch of a film is always exciting time for all those who are associated with it, but for Sidhant Gupta recently the launch of his film turned out to be a double whammy.

  • Krutika Gaikwad Is An Aspiring Actress With A Difference

    She heard the story narration from the Director Munnawar Bhagat and fell in love with the role which he explained will show her as very unglamarous for a major part of the movie. Krutika believes in real cinema. She wanted something real, something that she must want to emote. ‘Lakhon Hai Yahan Dilwale’ gave her that opportunity. Paired opposite her is Vije Bhatia and supported by Kishori Shahane, Aroon Bakshi, Anju Mahendru

  • Arjun Mathur Mixing Coffee With Romance

    A cup of coffee holds a lot of promise they say, but for ArjunMathur Coorg’s coffee plantations seem to be the key. The actor who was last seen in ‘Ankur Arora Murder Case’, will finally be getting his chance to romance.

  • Sunny Leone’s Sweet Tooth

    Once an Indian, always an Indian. Sunny Leone might have been known for her sexy bod but the girl is no different from any of the average Indians who love their meetha to bits.

  • Type 2 Diabetes Could Worsen Cognitive Ability

    Washington :  A new study has revealed that type 2 diabetes is linked with the reduction of certain cognitive abilities, known as executive functions, reports ANI.

  • Hindi Publishers Adopt Technology, New Strategies To Revamp Business

    New Delhi : Hindi language publishers are adapting – and how – by offering fresh content, launching mobile apps and aggressively marketing their books to resurrect the genre’s lost stature against the giant rise of literature in English.

  • Fine Diners Enjoy Food Like Sexual Pleasure

    New York : Next time when you plan a candlelight dinner at a fine-dining restaurant, get this straight: The more expensive the restaurant, the more likely you are to describe the food in terms of sex, reports IANS.

  • Low IQ Ups Risk Of Heavy Drinking Among Men

     London : A lower IQ is associated with greater and riskier drinking among young adult men, a new study has found, reports PTI.

  • New Drug Offers Hope For Advanced Breast Cancer

    Washington : A new drug that works by blocking molecules responsible for cancer cell growth has been found to be effective for advanced breast cancer patients, reports IANS.

  • Lose Weight While Burning More Muscle Energy

    Washington : Researchers have developed a targeted approach to override the “energy saving” mode and allow muscle to burn more energy, even during low to moderate exercise, reports IANS.

  • Microsoft Developing New App For Finding Friends

    Washington : In za bid to go head-to-head against Apple’s Find My Friends, Microsoft is reportedly building an app called People Sense, which would integrate Bing Maps with messaging and calling features, reports ANI.

  • Rote No More: Hands-On Approaches Infuse Freshness To Education

    New Delhi : Rote learning techniques have long-plagued the Indian education system, where even “science is taught like history”. Infusing freshness into a system where earning maximum grades takes priority over understanding, experts have come up with solutions like teaching mathematics through video games – allowing students to go beyond the obvious.

  • The Significance Of One’s Self

    The question necessarily arises, what is the significance of this self of ours ? Is it nothing but an absolute bondage for us ?

  • Horoscope

    Aries: – You will take centre stage in all meetings today. You will present your ideas with confidence. You can make your own luck by leading in the right place at right time.

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    The Charge Of The ‘Write’ Brigade

    Sometime in 2011, in an interview to a lesser-known publication, a former Chief Justice of India apologised for a judgment he had delivered some 35 years earlier. Reflecting on the infamous majority judgment in the Habeas Corpus case of 1976 that legitimised the suspension of Fundamental Rights under the Emergency, Justice P N Bhagwati—a man with a reputation for a sharp intellect and sharper political antennae—confessed to “an act of weakness” and