Free Press Journal
  • How Breakfasts, Dinners Can Help Control Diabetes

    Washington: A new study has claimed that a high energy breakfast combined with a low energy dinner helps control blood sugar better than in type 2 diabetics, than a low energy breakfast and a high energy dinner, reports ANI.

  • Kangana: Sugar crush

    She gorgeous Kangana Ranaut is one of the few actresses in the industry who is known for her straight-forward nature and happy-go-lucky image. The actress was recently spotted on the sets of ‘Tanu Weds Manu 2’, excitedly biting into a raw sugarcane stick. The sequel to the 2011 romantic comedy, ‘Tanu Weds Manu 2’ will have the pretty actress in a double role, one being a Haryanvi girl sporting a short crop.

  • Pan-India Mobile Number Portability From May 3

    New Delhi : Mobile phone subscribers will now be able to retain their numbers anywhere in the country even if they change their service providers as the telecom regulator will facilitate pan-India mobile network portability (MNP) from May 3 next, an official statement said, reports IANS.

  • Polish court weighs Polanski extradition to US

    Krakow : Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski attended a closed door hearing on Wednesday in a Polish court set to rule on his extradition to the United States where he faces sentencing for the 1977 rape of a 13-year-old girl.

  • Possible Solution To Mystery Of Origin Of Matter In Universe

    Washington   : A new research has offered a possible solution to the mystery of the origin of matter in the universe, says ANI. Most of the laws of nature treat particles and antiparticles equally, but stars and planets are made of particles, or matter, and not antiparticles, or antimatter. That asymmetry, which favours matter to a very small degree, has puzzled scientists for many years.

  • Nimrat wants love to find her

    Nimrat Kaur is certainly one of the actresses that everyone is glued onto. They want to know what she is doing and what is happening next especially where work is concerned.

  • Texas man convicted in killing of ‘American Sniper’

    Washington : A former Marine has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after being convicted of murdering the US Navy Seal whose story inspired the blockbuster movie “American Sniper.”

  • Foundation Of New World

    There is a famous saying in hindi ‘Sarv ke sahyog se sukhmay sansar’ which means we can create a happy world with everyone’s co-operation. There is no doubt that we all aspire to be happy all the time ,but for that we must remember that co-operation is a precious quality which contributes greatly to the happiness of those who give and of those who get it. Hence it’s a two way process

  • US baby born with amniotic sac intact

    New York : In a rare medical occurrence, doctors in the US have delivered a premature baby still enclosed in amniotic sac through Caesarean section.

  • Horoscope

    Aries: – You will be religious-minded and will perform some pious deeds for which your social popularity will increase. Your family-life will be blissful and you will be mentally at peace.

  • Aanand L. Rai’s cook to travel with his crew to London

    Home-cooked food is the best food around and an avid food-lover, Aanand L. Rai truly believes that. Hence, when the director decided to take his personal cook along while shooting for the sequel to ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ (2011) in London, it came as no surprise. A source close to Aanand said, “London has many places that serve Indian food, but Aanand Sir loves home-cooked food. As he will be on a long

  • Cut Out Politics From Film Certification

    It is disgusting how institutions that have no sane reason to be administered by political appointees, are, in reality, forced to get deeply enmeshed in politics. Take the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), for instance. During the UPA rule, it was Sonia Gandhi who called the shots in packing this film certification body with Congress supporters. Leela Samson, who became its chairperson, was by all accounts a diehard protégé of Sonia

  • Let Not Budget Hold You Back

    If you are an investor in India there are many people around you asking, ‘How prepared are you for the budget?’  If you are a ‘Real Long Time Investor’, you should listen to Ayn Rand – and just ‘shrug’.  I agree it is very difficult to remain indifferent. Your morning newspaper, television channels and websites are all in a hurry to tell you the following: What is likely to happen, what the

  • ‘Hot yoga’ guru facing 6 sexual assault charges in US

    London : Bikram Choudhury, renowned Indian yoga guru who has celebrity devotees like Madonna, David Beckham, Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney, is facing sexual assault lawsuits in US.

  • Are industry men best for actresses?

    It is said that getting an actress married is perhaps the most difficult task for her family. While these girls are loved and respected by the whole nation, the nature of their work, the hours they put in often come in the way of a family life. And yet, there are many who have had successful marriages and their own happily ever after.

  • Fiscal Federalism Is Here For Good

    So, the states have it. The 14th Finance Commission has called for a whopping ten percent increase in the states’ share from the central pool of taxes. In other words, from the 32 per cent earlier, the states will now get  42 per cent of the net tax receipts of the central government, a steep increase of Rs.1.78 lakh crore. The states will now get Rs. 5.26 lakh crore as against Rs.3.48

  • Rahul’s Great Escape Has Tongues Wagging

    The nation seems to be missing Rahul badly: the social media was agog on Wednesday morning with speculation about the Congress ‘Yuvraj’ ensconced in the hills of Uttarkashi. The wild speculation was ignited by photographs, ostensibly released by a Congress leader, which showed him in mountain gear, looking as grim as ever.

  • Nat Geo ‘Afghan girl’ living in Pak on fake papers

    Islamabad : The famous green-eyed ‘Afghan girl’ immortalised by the National Geographic magazine on its 1985 cover has been living in Pakistan on fake documents, prompting authorities to launch a probe. Four officials were suspended today for allegedly issuing fake Computerised National Identity Card (CNIC) to Sharbat Gula and her two ‘sons’.

  • The Oberoi family is hard at work

    Vivek Oberoi and his father Suresh Oberoi seem to be inundated with work. While for many years the two have restricted themselves to a certain kind of cinema, now that they are open to varied offers, the whole gamut of roles seems to have opened up.