Free Press Journal
  • India in trouble at 168/7 as Elgar takes four

    Mohali: India were staring down the barrel after being reduced to 168 for seven at tea, with part-time spinner Dean Elgar snaring four wickets on the first day of the opening cricket Test against South Africa here today.

  • Super Volcano

    Supervolcanoes triggered by external mechanism: Study

    New York: Supervolcanoes with massive eruptions with potential global consequences become active when the roof above them cracks or collapses, not because of internal pressure building, suggests new research. Knowledge of triggering mechanisms is crucial for monitoring supervolcano systems, including ones that lie beneath Yellowstone National Park and Long Valley, California, US, the researchers pointed out.

  • NASA

    NASA seeks astronauts for deeper space missions

    Washington: In preparation for a manned mission to Mars and returning the human spaceflight launches to the US soil, the space agency will soon begin accepting applications for the next class of future astronauts.

  • The Haihunhou, China’s ancient cemetery discovered

    Beijing: Chinese archeologists have announced the discovery of an ancient cemetery belonging to the Western Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-25 A.D.), the media reported on Thursday. The Haihunhou cemetery is located in Jiangxi province. It covers some 40,000 sq.metres with eight tombs and a chariot burial site with walls that stretch for almost 900 metres, the China Daily reported.

  • Lemongrass

    Grab some lemongrass this Diwali

    Ever felt like having lemon- flavored tea but just could not digest the fact that your mouth would twitch and so would your eyes at that tingly taste? Ever wanted to experiment with your morning cuppa but never felt confident enough to experiment and spoil the taste?

  • Breast Cancer

    Aus scientists identify way to target neuroblastoma cancer

    Melbourne: Australian scientists have identified a critical molecular ‘feedback loop’ that helps initiate and drive neuroblastoma, a cancer of the nervous system in children that is triggered in embryonal nerve cells. The research team was able to identify an experimental drug, which was currently in clinical trials for adult cancer, with the potential to interrupt the loop and halt tumour progression, Australia-based Children’s Cancer Institute said. This feedback loop massively accelerates cancer development.

  • Chhota Rajan

    Chhota Rajan will be in India soon: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: As volcanic ashes disrupted Indonesian airspace delaying deportation of Chhota Rajan, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the underworld don will be brought back to India from that country very soon.

  • Unexpected censor trouble for Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

    The hither to smooth-sailing journey of Sooraj Barjatya’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (PRDP) to the theatres for this Diwali has encountered some unexpected rough weather.

  • 70 percent Indians are Pakistanis, says sarcastic Kapil Mishra

    New Delhi: Seventy percent Indians who had not voted for the BJP are Pakistanis, Delhi Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra on Thursday said in a sarcastic tweet. “SRK is Hafeez Saeed, Badal is Mandela, Modi is biggest thing happened to India and 70% Indians are Pakis (Pakistani) for not voting BJP,” Mishra tweeted. BJP MP Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday compared Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan with Pakistani terrorist Hafiz Saeed after the actor

  • imtiaz ali

    Sajid Nadiadwala is a very intelligent man – Imtiaz Ali on his Tamasha producer

    Sajid Nadiadwala is on a roll. If last year was terrific for him when he made his debut as a director with Kick that entered the Rs. 200 crore club, as a producer he delivered a Rs. 100 crore super hit 2 States, he also had a Rs. 50 crore success Heropanti that featured rank newcomers. This isn’t all, as he also enjoyed the critical acclaim that came with Highway. While this

  • Madhuri Dixit

    Rajamouli denies Madhuri Dixit’s presence in Baahubali 2

    Last week all of Mumbai was abuzz with rumours that Madhuri Dixit was all set to star in S S Rajamouli’s Baahubali Returns. Apparently Madhuri was all set to play Anushka Shetty’s sister. But Rajamouli in an exclusive response to this writer totally debunks the rumour.

  • Anupam Kher

    Yes I am doing the anti Awards Vapsi march – Anupam Kher

    For the first time the outspoken Anupam Kher is quiet about his plans. When quizzed about eyebrow-raising plans to undertake a march to the Rashtrapati Bhavan on 7 November to protest against artistes who have returned their awards as a mark of protest, Anupam answers cautiously, “Yes, it is a fact. I am undertaking an anti-awards-vapsi march on the morning of November 7 to the Rashtra Bhavan. I’ve an appointment with the President Shri

  • pan masala

    Bollywood celebrities to face legal trouble over endorsements of pan masala

    While controversies are a by-product of fame and glamour, Bollywood celebrities will this time face the wrath of the government over endorsements of pan masala. The gutka pan masala is endorsed by some superstars in the industry who will now face trouble since the FDA (Food and Drugs Administration) has decided to take action against them.

  • shah rukh khan

    My Name Is Khan and I stand for secular India

    “We will never be a superpower if we are not going to believe that all religions are equal,” said Shah Rukh Khan in a television interview a day before his 50th birthday. This pertinent sentiment has been quoted by an editorial in ‘The New York Times’ on November 3 to elaborate on the point that why intolerance in India ought to be checked at the earliest. In the two interviews that Shah

  • Emraan Hashmi 3

    Emraan Hashmi to set up cancer detection camps in Mumbai

    After Emraan Hashmi suffered a major setback in his life when his son Ayaan was diagnosed with cancer, the actor has decided to lend a helping hand to all cancer victims. While Ayaan’s treatment was successful, Emraan now wants to do his bit for the ones who are suffering from the ailment. The actor has decided to set up cancer detection camps at varied locations in Mumbai.

  • rbi

    RBI imposes Rs 1 cr penalty on Dhanlaxmi Bank

    Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has imposed Rs 1 crore penalty on Dhanlaxmi Bank for violation of Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti Money Laundering (AML) norms.