Free Press Journal
  • Large tableware may make you obese

    London: Large-sized tableware, portions,and packages lead to people consuming more than they actually wish to, a new study suggests.

  • Want to exercise harder? Try necking beet juice

    Washington DC: If you want to exercise harder, you may want to try drinking beet juice, which as per a new study, improves sprinting and decision-making during workouts.

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    Deadly heat wave in Karachi expected to continue till Monday

    Karachi : The deadly heat wave in Karachi and some parts of Sindh in the last two days is expected to continue till Monday, according to the Met office. According to The Dawn, 12 cases of heatstroke were brought to hospitals across the city as Karachi reeled under a 43 degree Celsius temperature. The heat wave had claimed 1,200 lives in June. A timely warning by the Met office this time helped prevent casualties from

  • John Stamos desperate to have kids post `Grandfathered` series

    Washington DC : John Stamos has revealed that working on the sets of ‘Grandfathered’ makes him want to have children even more than before. In an interview, Stamos jokingly said that his “ovaries” were rattling, adding that they were jingling and he could hear them jingling, US Weekly reports. In the comedy series, the 52-year-old plays a longtime bachelor who learns that he’s a father and a grandfather, which leads to some major changes

  • India will give better returns on investments: Arun Jaitley

    Hong Kong : Asserting that India would give better returns on investments than many other countries, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said foreign investments can provide great additional resources for infrastructure and other sectors.

  • Government mulls raising FDI cap to 100 pc in DTH, cable networks

    New Delhi: Government is considering a proposal to raise FDI limits to 100 per cent in broadcasting carriage and content services, including DTH and cable networks, a move aimed at attracting overseas investment and improve infrastructure.

  • Narendra Modi

    Narendra Modi urges youths to register as voters

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged youths to register as voters. “I urge youth to register as voters and go out to vote when the time comes,” Modi said in the 12th episode of his radio address Mann Ki Baat.  He also said that the Election Commission had become voter friendly. “I want to congratulate the Election Commission. Earlier it was a regulator, now it is facilitator and has

  • Kunaal Roy Kapur wants to be ‘mean’

    Mumbai: “Delhi Belly” actor Kunaal Roy Kapur, who feels that “being an actor is more fun than being a star”, is keen to explore negative and “mean” characters in movies.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Rollback of Land Ordinance a victory for farmers: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi : Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said the rollback of Land Acquisition Ordinance by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government is a victory for the members of the farming community. Addressing the ‘Kisan Samman Rally’ at Ramlila Ground here, Gandhi reminded the people that Prime Minister Modi had during the campaigning for the 2014 Lok Sabha promised the electorates that he would end the Land Bill after coming to power at

  • Ashraf Ghani

    Afghan president vows economic boost to stop migrant exodus

    Kabul: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has vowed to boost his country’s fragile economy in a bid to retain some of the tens of thousands of his citizens seeking to migrate to industrialised countries in Europe and elsewhere.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Congress to fight land bill in states: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of wanting to “snatch” farmers’ land and said his party would extend the fight against land acquisition to the states.