Free Press Journal
  • Scientists Identify Missing Culprit In Heart Failure

    Washington : Scientists have identified what they describe as “the long-sought culprit” behind a cell-signalling breakdown that triggers heart failure, reports PTI.

  • Accused were aware of Khuzema’s schedule

    Indore : The accused were well aware of movement of city based businessman Khuzema, who was shot a couple of days ago while he was returning from his shop, said the police, on Sunday.

  • Sania, Hingis victorious in BNP Paribas Open trophy

    USA : Sania Mirza and Swiss legend Martina Hingis began their partnership with a title win as they overcame Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina 6-3 6-4 in the summit clash of the BNP Paribas Open on Sunday.

  • Punishment Gives Rise To Pot Use Among Teenagers

    Washington : Suspending kids from school for using marijuana is likely to lead to more – not less – pot use among their classmates, a study has found, reports IANS.

  • Twitter Turns Nine, Hashtag Trend Growing

    New York : It’s the ninth birthday of the tweeting birdie. The very first tweet came from co-founder Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006, reports ANI.

  • An App To Help Blind Type Quickly

    New York  : This new app can help blind people type quickly and efficiently on an iPad, reports IANS.

  • Four less than perfect productive weeks

    The Modi Sarkar can enjoy the four week break in the budget session. It can surely breathe easy. Three out of four of its ordinances, signalling that a strong government is in place, have been approved by Parliament. Given its abject minority in the Rajya Sabha, where even the customary motion of thanks for the president’s address to a joint session of the two houses could not get past without opposition sponsored

  • American Teens’ Film On India Trip Leads To Global Clean-Up Project

    Washington : “It’s like the Sundance or Cannes of film festivals that are open to the public through a government website,” joked President Barack Obama as he welcomed young filmmakers to the second annual White House Film Festival.

  • Once hunted are hunters today

    India have taken all 70 rival wickets in seven matches, pacers accounting for 43 out of those and close to 25 wickets have come off short balls.

  • Other options before depositors

    A significant development of relevance to depositors is the signing of an Agreement on February 20, 2015, between the Government of India and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), setting out a target for inflation, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of six per cent for January 2016 and for the financial year 2016-17 and all subsequent years, four per cent, with a band of +/- 2 per cent.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- You will focus more on your pending work today. There will be recommendation of your name in new projects or assignments. Job transfer or new job opportunities will be coming soon so keep patience.

  • We are ready to journey into the ‘unknown’, says Miller

    Auckland : South Africa batsman David Miller believes his side are ready for a journey into the ‘unknown’ when they face New Zealand in a World Cup semi-final here on Tuesday. Since being allowed into cricket’s showpiece event in 1992 ahead of the collapse of apartheid, South Africa have failed to get past the semi-final stage on three occasions and are still awaiting a maiden World Cup final appearance.

  • Bagan now table-topper

    Kolkata : Mohun Bagan blanked former champions Dempo 2-0, overcoming a stiff second half challenge to go one point clear of Bengaluru FC atop the standings in the I-League football tournament on Sunday.

  • Para-athletes face official apathy, Govt promises action

    New Delhi : Taking a strong view of the shocking incident of differently-abled sportspersons taking part in a national event being put up at unfurnished and unhygienic accommodations, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today sought a report from the organisers and promised to take action within 24 hours.

  • Maxwell wants to be frontline spinner for Oz against India

    Sydney: As the SCG wicket is expected to help the spinners, Glenn Maxwell says he was ready to play the role of frontline spinner for Australia in World Cup semi-final against India. The semi-final between India and Australia will be played at the same wicket where seven Sri Lankan wickets fell to spinners against South Africa in the quarterfinal.

  • When Indian Parliament actually works…

    Apart from the Land Acquisition Bill, the government accomplished a lot of its legislative work in the recently recessed budget session of Parliament. Despite repeated attempts by the Opposition to stall the proceedings in the two Houses, the passage of important bills underlines the success of the government in managing inherent contradictions on the Opposition benches. The Insurance Bill, which seeks to raise foreign direct investment in the sector from the existing