Free Press Journal
  • Bang on target

    Bangladesh knock out Eng to clinch top four berth in Group A, to face India in quarters   (more…)

  • Top Five Health Concerns For Men Revealed

    Washington : A new study has revealed the five most common health issues in men and how to prevent them, reports ANI.

  • Want A Happy Married Life? Have Sex 11 Times A Month

    New York : For newly-married men, the tip is fairly simple to keep your spouse in super mood: It is not about satisfaction that makes the women happy but the frequency of sex, reports IANS.

  • Our Brain Ages Less Than Thought

    London : Many studies may have all along misinterpreted brain mapping data and overestimated the age of the human brain, suggests a new study that challenges current theories of brain ageing, reports IANS.

  • Ishant helped me a lot, says Mohit

    Hamilton : Pacer Mohit Sharma, who has been a revelation in the ongoing World Cup, credited injured Ishant Sharma for his own success.

  • New Flavoured Lager Beer Soon

    London : In a bid to produce new flavours for lager beer, Finnish researchers have successfully generated hybrid lager yeasts, reports IANS.

  • Srikanth to lead Indian charge

    Basel (Switzerland): Top Indian male shuttler Kidambi Srikanth will lead the Indian challenge at the Swiss Grand Prix Gold badminton championship which gets underway today. Srikanth, who hogged the limelight last year after winning the China Super Series Premier, will take on France’s Lucas Corvee in the opening round. The 22-year-old from Andra Pradesh, who finished runners-up at the Syed Modi International championship in Lucknow in January, suffered a first round defeat

  • India not special opponent: Porterfield

    We’ve gotten into each game with points up for grabs, and India isn’t any different. We approach games with clarity and great professionalism William Porterfield Ireland captain  (more…)

  • Asian Women With Pregnancy Diabetes Prone To Sleep Apnea

    New York : Obese pregnant women with gestational (pregnancy) diabetes are more likely to suffer from the sleep disorder obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), new research has found, reports IANS.

  • Kiwi legend Hadlee lauds ‘impressive’ Shami

    Hamilton : India’s pace spearhead Mohammed Shami received the biggest compliment in his two-year international career as one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time Sir Richard Hadlee termed the young seamer’s efforts in the World Cup “particularly impressive”.

  • Modi ousted as RCA prez

    Jaipur : Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi was removed as the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) president after a no confidence motion was passed against him by office bearers of the rival Amin Pathan group in an Extra Ordinary General Body Meeting (EGM).

  • Google Jumps Big Time Into Virtual Reality Race

    New York : A team of engineers at Google is reportedly working to build a version of the Android operating system to power virtual-reality applications, reports IANS.

  • Selfless Behaviour Key To Succeed At Workplace

    Toronto : Going the extra mile with the company’s benefit at heart may bring you more rewards than working harder to advance your own personal ambition, says a study, reports IANS.

  • Black day for Raj Cricket, says Abdi

    Jaipur : Reacting sharply to the ouster of Lalit Modi through a no confidence motion, which was allegedly passed in a controversial manner, former RCA vice president Mehmood Abdi called it a black Day for Rajasthan Cricket.

  • India bowlers have shown control: Holding

    Hamilton: Impressed with the “control” of the Indian bowlers, Michael Holding said that Mohammed Shami and company have stuck to a consistent line and length to outwit the opposition batsmen in the World Cup so far. India, who  registered their fourth consecutive win in pool B after beating West Indies by four wickets at the WACA last week, are likely to top their group while heading into the quarter-finals and Holding was

  • The Four Sublime States

    FOUR sublime states of mind have been taught by the Buddha: Love or Loving-kindness; Compassion; Sympathetic Joy and Equanimity