Free Press Journal
  • The Gallows Review

    Movie Review: The Gallows – Formulaic Indie Horror

     Cast:  Cassidy Gifford, Pfeifer Brown, Ryan Shoos, Reese Mishler,David Herrera,Theo  Burkhardt 
    Directors: Travis Cluff, Chris Lofing
    This micro indie supernatural horror flick struck gold when it got picked up by powerhouse entertainment company Warner Brothers.I’d have liked  a sleeper hit for co-writers and directors Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing but alas!
    Clearly inspired by the success of Blair Witch

  • Housing.com appoints Rishabh Gupta as interim CEO

    New Delhi: Realty portal Housing.com has appointed Rishabh Gupta as interim CEO after it sacked co-founder and ex-CEO Rahul Yadav last week. Gupta, who is currently Chief Operating Officer (COO) in the SoftBank-backed portal, has been named as interim CEO with immediate effect, sources said.

  • Dig into delicious Lucknowi food this Ramzan

    As we continue our journey through the best food joints to explore during Ramadan, Lucknow is one such city that can’t be missed. The royal city offers you its best recipes passed down by Nawabi cooks who have created mouth watering dishes which are finger licking good. Stroll through the streets of Lucknow and lose yourself into the tempting aromas of amazing food. We have picked the best food joints in Lucknow

  • natures interaction

    Interaction with nature good for elders

    New York: Reinforcing the beneficial influence of nature on humans, a study highlights the importance of everyday contact with nature for well being in later life.

  • Coal Scam

    Coal sanctions: Waiting won’t serve the purpose, says court

    New Delhi: A special court would pass an order later this month on the issue of sanction to prosecute public servants in coal scam cases, saying “no fruitful purpose” would be served by waiting further for the decision of the competent authority in the matter.

  • IKEA

    IKEA buys land in Hyderabad for first India store

    Hyderabad: IKEA Group, the leading Swedish home furnishings company, on Friday announced that it has purchased land in Hyderabad to build its first retail store in India.

  • Shahrukh Khan

    SRK shares selfie with Aryan, Suhana

    Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has shared a selfie with his children Aryan and Suhana after his “lively and educative” trip to Los Angeles.

  • Tibetan monk sets himself alight in China: reports

    Beijing: A Tibetan monk set himself on fire in protest at China’s rule over the Himalayan region, overseas media and rights groups said today, adding it was unclear whether he survived. Images of a man in monk’s robes lying on the pavement as flames almost one meter (three feet) high engulfed him were posted on the website of Radio Free Asia (RFA), which is backed by the US government.

  • Nabam Tuki

    Arunchal Pradesh MLAs concerned over unplanned earth cutting

    Itanagar, Cutting across party lines, legislators in the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly today raised serious concern over unplanned and rampant cutting of earth in the state capital, which had damaged roads in recent times. Terming it as a “serious issue”, Speaker Nabam Rebia did not rule out possibility of a political nexus for which
    rampant earth cutting was going unabated in the state capital.

  • Diet, exercise don’t avert diabetes in obese women

    London: A diet and exercise regime for high-risk obese pregnant women, while effective in promoting a healthy lifestyle, does not prevent gestational diabetes, says a study.

  • Harish Rawat

    Harish Rawat launches plantation drive to mark beginning of sowing festival

    Dehradun :  The Uttarakhand Chief Minister today launched a plantation drive to mark the beginning of the traditional sowing festival of ‘Harela’ across the state by planting a sapling at his official residence. “Our cultural traditions are closely linked with nature. By linking up the state government’s Mera Ped Mera Dhan scheme with the festival, we have only carried forward a centuries-old tradition,” Harish Rawat said after planting a sapling to mark the beginning of the nine-day campaign titled “Aao Manayein Hariyala” (Come let’s

  • Smartphones

    Smartphones may be inspiring millennials to cook at home

    Washington: The smartphone is becoming the ultimate sous-chef for millennials who are turning to their devices at every phase of the cooking journey – deciding what to make and learning how to prepare it, a new study has found. Fifty-nine per cent of 25- to 34-year-olds (defined as millennials) cook with either their smartphones or tablets handy, according to data from Google Consumer Survey, January 2015, which included 550 online adults in the

  • 2 killed in Germany shooting; suspect captured

    Berlin: A man shot and killed two people in the southern German region of Bavaria today, and fired at two others before being apprehended by authorities, police said. The man, whose identity has not been released, shot a woman at about 11:30 a.m. (0930 GMT) from his locally-registered Mercedes in the town of Tiefenthal, near Ansbach, police said in a statement.

  • stairway

    Climbing stairs boosts healthy lifestyle and lessens diseases

    Washington DC, Simple tasks such as taking stairs can make a big difference in the sedentary lifestyle that has increased the death rates due to health problems. But the question arises that whether pedestrians can be convinced to make healthy choices when an escalator seems so much faster and more convenient than a staircase?

  • Smoking

    Smokers likelier to develop schizophrenia, claims study

    London: Warning for Smokers! A new study has suggested that smoking could play a direct role in the development of schizophrenia, and cigarette lovers were likelier to develop the disorder and at a younger age. Researchers at King’s College London analysed 61 separate studies and suggested that nicotine in cigarette smoke may be altering the brain, and though it was a “pretty strong case, more research was required, the BBC reported.

  • Ambati Rayadu

    Rayudu’s ton, Binny fifty steer India to 255/6

    Harare: Ambati Rayudu struck a career-best unbeaten 124, only his second international century, to help India recover from a top-order collapse and post a competitive 255 for six against Zimbabwe in the first ODI of the three-match series, here today. Rayudu, whose previous best score was 121, batted with poise and displayed tremendous maturity to steer India to the 250-plus score in the able company of Stuart Binny, who made a career-best 77

  • Cyber security

    Cyber attack on US affected data of 21.5 mn people

    Washington: A cyber attack on the US government, allegedly by Chinese hackers, was more severe than initial reports, affecting “sensitive” information of millions of people, the Obama administration has said.

  • selfie drowning help

    Selfie stick saves US family from drowning

    New York: A selfie stick turned into a surviving tool for a US family of three that was swept away by a strong rip current while swimming in an ocean in Massachusetts. Derrick Johns, his wife and daughter Erynn, 16, of Texas were swimming at Surfside Beach in Nantucket when the current pulled and tossed them.