Free Press Journal
  • AIIMS ‘gay’ doctor sent to judicial custody till May 16

    New Delhi: A Delhi court has extended till May 16 judicial custody of the dermatologist husband of a 31- year-old doctor of AIIMS who allegedly committed suicide due to mental torture caused by his sexual orientation. Metropolitan Magistrate Sachin Sangwan remanded Dr Kamal Vedi, 34, in judicial custody after Delhi Police informed the court that investigation in the case was going on.

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    6 Mumbai Hotspots To Guilt-Free Cheating On Your Diet

    So last week we told you all about cheat days and why they’re actually good for you when regulated, this time around we thought we’d venture out and find the best places in the city where you can execute a perfect cheat meal and still be able to control the amount of calories/saturated fats you take in. Let’s face it, it’s one meal where you’re letting your guard down, and once we’ve got you

  • Coal Scam

    Coal scam: court to consider CBI’s closure report on June 3

    New Delhi:A special court today fixed June 3 for considering CBI’s closure report filed in a coal blocks allocation scam case allegedly involving Prakash Industries Ltd and others. “Certain clarifications have been sought. Put up for consideration on June 3,” Special CBI Judge Bharat Parashar said.

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    The Cheat Well Series #3: Healthy Pancake Recipes

    A cheat day is often treated as a complete negation of weeks’ worth of hardcore exercise and diet maintenance. All of us have struggled to stick to our restrictive meals and felt guilty for even thinking of indulgences. However, here are some easy fixes and healthy breakfast recipes for that cheat day indulgence.

  • Molecules

    Tiny molecule that outsmarts HIV identified

    Toronto : In a breakthrough, scientists have identified a tiny molecule that forces the HIV virus to open up and expose its vulnerable parts, allowing the immune system to kill the infected body cells.

  • delicious-food

    The Importance Of Cheat Day: And Everything Else You Need To Know!

    “It’s the hardest experience, it really is, ’cause you’re eating a lot of boring stuff: chicken breasts and vegetables all the time. But it’s cakes and pastas and breads and sandwiches and croissants (you crave) all the time. That’s all you can think about . . . you don’t crack just slightly, you crack bad. I was with my girlfriends, we were out in New York City for a night, it was the

  • Govt promises ‘non-discriminatory’ access to internet

    New Delhi: Government today promised to ensure “non-discriminatory access to internet” to all citizens as members cutting across party lines in Rajya Sabha slammed TRAI for its consultation paper that sparked off a debate over net-neutrality. “Government stands for ensuring non-discriminatory access to internet for all citizens of the country…It is committed to the fundamental principles and concept of net neutrality, keeping the internet accessible and available to all without discrimination,” IT and

  • Premature

    Premature birth alters brain connections

    London : Premature birth can alter connectivity between key areas of the brain, putting kids at greater risk of neurodevelopmental problems such as autism,a new study has found.

  • John Kerry

    John Kerry visits Somalia; 1st such trip for a secretary of state

    Mogadishu: Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced trip to Somalia today in a show of solidarity with a government trying to defeat al-Qaida-allied militants and end decades of war in the African country.He is first top US diplomat ever to visit Somalia.

  • Jupiter

    Astronomers spot huge lava lake on Jupiter’s moon.

    Washington : An extremely powerful telescope on Earth has revealed in detail a huge lava lake on Io – the innermost of the four moons of Jupiter discovered by Italian scientist and scholar Galileo (Galilei) in 1610. Io is the most geologically active body in our solar system. Hundreds of volcanic areas dot its surface, which is mostly covered with sulphur and sulphur dioxide.

  • Arun Jaitley

    No information on black money a/c provided by Switzerland: FM

    New Delhi: The governments of Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Spain have not provided details of any black money accounts, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today. “No black money account details have been provided by Switzerland, UK or Spain,” he said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha.

  • Sushil Koirala

    PM visits earthquake-hit Gorkha and Sindhupalchowk districts

    Kathmandu: Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala today visited Barpak in Gorkha district, the epicentre of the deadly quake, 11 days after the temblor jolted the Himalayan nation, to take stock of the situation.

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    CCI rejects charges against Flipkart, other e-commerce majors

    New Delhi,: The Competition Commission has rejected allegations of unfair business practices against five online retail majors — Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon, Jabong and Myntra — as it did not find any prima facie evidence of violations. The complaints were filed against Flipkart India Pvt Ltd, Jasper Infotech Pvt Ltd, Xerion Retail Pvt Ltd, Amazon Seller Services Pvt Ltd and Vector E-commerce Pvt Ltd. After looking into the matter for the past few months,

  • Whales

    Giant whales use stretchy ‘bungee cord’ nerves to catch fish

    Toronto : Scientists have discovered a unique nerve structure in the mouth and tongue of giant whales that can double in length and then recoil like a bungee cord to help them hunt for fish. The stretchy nerves explain how the massive rorqual whales are able to balloon an immense pocket between their body wall and overlying blubber to capture prey during feeding dives.

  • Bollywood does not make good children’s films: Irrfan Khan

    New Delhi: Actor Irrfan Khan, who will be next seen in American sci-fi movie “Jurassic World”, feels Bollywood filmmakers should take a cue from their Hollywood counterparts on how to make quality children’s films. The 48-year-old father of two said Bollywood films disrespect children’s intelligence. “I am so eager to do a Hindi film, an Indian movie, which can really entertain kids. Kids are going somewhere else, there is so much exposure, and

  • Michael Blake

    Oscar-Winning screenwriter Michael Blake dies

    Los Angeles: Michael Blake, who won an Oscar for penning the script of “Dances With Wolves”, has died. His manager and producing partner Daniel Ostroff has confirmed. He was 69. According to Ostroff, Blake died peacefully in Tucson, Ariz, after battling a long illness. Blake wrote the novel “Dances With Wolves” in 1988, before it was turned into an Oscar-winning feature. The book would go on to sell more than 3.5 million copies

  • Jerome Boateng

    Situation different from 2013 Barcelona clash: Jerome Boateng

    Barcelona: Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has admitted that he and his teammates enjoy reminiscing about the games against Barcelona in 2013 that resulted in an overall 7-0 aggregate win for the Bavarian giants, but warned that the current situation is different from the one two years ago.