Free Press Journal
  • Kangana Ranaut

    Marriage shouldn’t be due to social pressure: Kangana Ranaut

    Mumbai : She is 28, but marriage is not on Kangana Ranaut’s mind for now. The “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” actress says getting married is an individual’s choice and one should not enter into wedlock due to any social pressure.

  • Narendra Modi, Mongolia

    With many tasks at home was Mongolia visit necessary?

    New Delhi:  Eyebrows are being raised over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s frequent overseas visits and while most of them are unquestionably beneficial and have helped break new ground, the same cannot be said about his Mongolia visit which was evidently avoidable.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul takes up fight for food park, alleges ‘revenge’

    Amethi (UP): Taking up the fight for mega food park in his Lok Sabha constituency Amethi, Rahul Gandhi today marched through the dusty pathways to reach the site proposed for the unit and alleged that the project was cancelled by the Centre because of “politics of revenge”.

  • Meditation

    Meditation may ease symptoms of gut ailments

    New York: Meditation may alleviate the symptoms of two hard-to-treat gut disorders by altering certain genetic signals, according to scientists, including one of Indian-origin. Researchers looked at people who had either irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or irritable bowel disease (IBD) and found that doing yoga and meditating regularly for two months eased the symptoms associated with the two gut disorders.

  • India, bangladesh

    Indian team for Bangladesh series on Wednesday

    Mumbai: The Indian cricket team for the Bangladesh series will be selected here on Wednesday. India will play one Test and three One-Day Internationals (ODI) in June in Bangladesh. This will be the team’s first series after the World Cup. The squad will be chosen by the All India Senior Selection Committee after which Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur and chairman of selectors Sandeep Patil will

  • US Marine killed in aircraft mishap in Hawaii

    Washington: A US Marine was killed and 21 others injured when a military aircraft suffered a “hard landing” during routine training in Hawaii, according to the U.S. Marine Corps.

  • Kevin Pietersen

    Kevin Pietersen’s inflammatory comments hurt chances of England’s recall

    Johannesburg : Andrew Strauss, the newly appointed England’s cricket director, has said that it was hard to overlook the ‘inflammatory comments’ made by Kevin Pietersen in his controversial autobiography. Strauss added that the comments in fact helped explain the star batsman’s send away from the England team, Sport24 reported. Strauss’s first act after appointment as director was to tell Pietersen that the ‘massive trust issue’ was the reason why he was rejected to make

  • Fred Rutten

    Feyenoord sack coach Fred Rutten with immediate effect

    Rotterdam : Feyenoord fired Fred Rutten with immediate effect after the coach failed to lead his team to a direct ticket for the preliminary round of the Europa League, the Dutch football club has announced. Assistant Giovanni van Bronckhorst takes over as head coach of Feyenoord for the forthcoming play-offs, reports Xinhua. The 40-year-old Van Bronckhorst was already appointed as successor of Rutten for next season. He reached an agreement on a

  • Cigarette,Ban

    Used cigarette butts may power future computers

    Seoul: Scientists have successfully converted used cigarette butts into a high performing material that could be integrated into computers, handheld devices, electric vehicles and wind turbines to store energy. This new way to store energy also offers a solution to a growing environmental problem, researchers said.

  • Olympic champion Kirani James

    James hammers Merritt again in 400m race in Diamond League

    Shanghai: Olympic champion Kirani James has defeated reigning world title holder Lashawn Merritt in the 400 metres for the second time this year at the Shanghai Diamond League here. The 22-year-old Grenadian, himself a former world champion, clocked 44.66 seconds to outrun world silver medallist Tony McQuay of the US who clocked 45.54 seconds, and Merritt who trailed in third in 45.58 seconds on Sunday, reports CMC.  Only last month, James beat

  • Dance classes may not provide kids with ample exercise

    New York: Sending your kids to a dance class may not compensate for their daily exercise requirements as researchers have found that most youth dance classes provide only limited amounts of physical activity.

  • Pune FC, Jinx

    Pune FC end jinx against East Kolkata in I-League

    Kolkata : Pune FC clinched a famous 2-1 victory against East Bengal in their I-League encounter at the Barasat District Sports Stadium in Kolkata. A hard fought game, Dudu Omagbemi put East Bengal in front in the 44th minute before substitute Ishfaq Ahmad levelled scores for Pune four minutes later. Striker Thongkhoseium Haokip then netted the winner for Pune FC in the 66th minute as they registered their first win after three consecutive

  • Barcelona team

    Barcelona coach Enrique noncommittal on his future

    Madrid: FC Barcelona coach Luis Enrique refused to speculate about his future at the football club after leading them to the La Liga title. Striker Lionel Messi’s 65th minute goal gave Barcelona a 1-0 win against defending champions Atletico Madrid in the Vicente Calderon Stadium on Sunday which leaves them four points ahead of second-placed Real Madrid with just one game left to play this season, reports Xinhua.

  • Beyonce Knowles

    Beyonce Knowles visits Haiti on UN mission

    Los Angeles : Singer Beyonce Knowles has visited Haiti with United Nations humanitarian chief Baroness Amos to study the rehabilitation effort since the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in 2010.