Free Press Journal
  • Electrical control of cancer cell growth discovered

    Washington : Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have found a new electrical mechanism that can control molecular switches which regulate human cell growth and are linked to life-threatening cancers, reports PTI.

  • Health exchange website comes up

    Mumbai : With an aim to connect chemists and druggists with consumers, technology visionary and former iGATE CEO Phaneesh Murthy today announced the creation of a website that serves as a patient-controlled electronic health record system.

  • Process all pending Bills, Rajnath to CMs

    New Delhi  : With 162 state legislations, including controversial Gujarat anti-terror bill, yet to get Presidential nod, Union Home Minister Rajnath on Tuesday decided to write to all Chief Ministers for expeditious process of such bills for their logical conclusion.

  • Despite rising NPAs, PNB,IDBI not to sell bad loans to ARCs

    Mumbai : Even as they sit on mountain of bad loans, two large public sector lenders – PNB and IDBI Bank on Tuesday said they are not planning to sell any stressed loans to asset reconstruction companies (ARCs), citing pricing issues and also they expect to recover the money from these accounts through innovative ways.

  • Amit Shah being trapped in lift

    Patna : The government of Bihar on Tuesday set up a high-level committee to probe how BJP national president Amit Shah got trapped inside a lift of the state guest house here four days ago.

  • FIA opposes changes in international flying norms

    New Delhi :  Strongly opposing proposed changes in international flying norms for Indian carriers, leading airlines body FIA today said that such a move would “vitiate” the existing level-playing field and only favour new entrants.

  • IS publishes photos of ‘destroyed’ Palmyra

    Damascus  : The Islamic State (IS) terror group on Tuesday published photos of what appears to be the destruction of the Temple of Baalshamin at the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria, media reported.

  • Mumbai division record 2nd lowest result In SSC re-exam

    Mumbai : The result of 1,39,329 students who had appeared for the Secondary School Certificate re-exam that was conducted in July-August was declared on Tuesday. Total 35,346 students cleared the examination and 57,517 students are allowed to keep term and eligible to take admission in Std XI in the current academic year.

  • Beat Hypertension with simple lifestyle changes

    Hypertension, simply known as high blood pressure (BP), is a common condition in which the BP value exceeds a certain threshold, usually>140/90 mm Hg.

  • Natural surroundings help men get adequate sleep

    New York : Living near a park or a sandy beach and an ocean view can help people – especially men and those who are above 65 – sleep better, new research has found, reports IANS.

  • 3D Stitchless Mesh: Revolutionising Hernia Treatment

    Three-dimensional (3D) mesh has proven to be revolutionary for Hernia treatment as it alters the dynamics of Hernia repair by providing instant relief to patient and reducing the post operative care, says Dr. Abhijit Bagul.

  • US analysts lower budget deficit forecast to $426 bn

    Washington :  Congress’ official budget analyst projected today that this year’s US budget deficit will drop to USD 426 billion, the lowest shortfall of Barack Obama’s presidency in a report providing political ammunition to Democrats and Republicans.

  • Loving Oneself

    WITH this mind one can stop the problems, can stop all the undesirable experiences, and with this mind one can achieve all the happiness. Problems and happiness do not come from outside. The creator of problems and happiness is oneself . Therefore, with this mind all our problems can be stopped and we can achieve temporal day-to-day happiness and ultimate happiness, full enlightenment.

  • Abused teenagers exhibit more intense emotions

    New York : Children who have been abused experience more intense emotions than their peers who have not been abused. However, such children can be trained to control their emotions, says a study, reports IANS.

  • Indian Rupees

    Making the crash work in your favour

    The devaluation of the Chinese yuan, coupled with anxieties about Beijing’s ability to revive the flagging economy, tasted first blood with a massive global stock market slide and a currency tumble. Worse is expected, especially for countries that relied on the Chinese economy as the main growth driver. Rumours abound of the contagion spreading, as indeed it did during the East Asian crisis because of the interlocking of economies. So far, there

  • ‘Peepli Live co-director forced himself on me’

    New Delhi : A 35-year-old American researcher on Tuesday told a Delhi court that Bollywood movie Peepli Live’s co-director Mahmood Farooqui had allegedly forced him upon her in an inebriated state after inviting her for dinner at his residence.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: – Make proper use of finances today it is likely that some imbalance of your finances might put you in trouble. Listen to the ideas of others before reacting on it. Travel may turn hectic.