Free Press Journal
  • Bullying

    ADHD Meds: A prescription for bullying

    Washington D.C: Teens and kids, who take drugs like Adderall and Ritalin to treat Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), are twice as likely to be bullied as their peers without ADHD, according to a recent research.

  • big bang theory

    Ground-breaking find can challenge Big Bang theory

    Washington D.C: A recent ground-breaking research has been published that can challenge the underlying principles of physics. The research is on the decay of subatomic particles called kaons, which could change how scientists understand the formation of the universe.

  • Leaders Goa keen to break Atletico jinx

    Kolkata: Reigning champions Atletico de Kolkata will be keen to keep their unbeaten record intact against the rampaging FC Goa when the two heavyweights clash in an exciting Sunday showdown of the Indian Super League football tournament here tomorrow.

  • Disha Vakani

    Wedding bells for TV actor Disha Vakani

    New Delhi:Television actress Disha Vakani from the popular show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ is all set to tie the knot on November 24, 2015. The 37-year-old film actress will reportedly marry the Mumbai-based chartered accountant Mayur and the reception will be held on November 26. It is being said that the entire team from her show is likely to attend the wedding ceremony. Disha who started her acting career with Gujarati theatre, had appeared

  • Rani Mukerji

    ‘Preggers’ Rani Mukerji extends hospital stay

    New Delhi: After the mom-to-be Rani Mukerji was hospitalised because of Diwali exhaustion, she has decided to extend her visit to the hospital. Sources close to the 37-year-old pregnant actress revealed that she was advised rest under medical supervision. Insiders further said, though she was discharged on Monday, she chose to rest it out in the hospital for a few more days as the baby’s room at her Juhu residence is being done up and

  • Its India’s turn now, our time has come: PM Narendra Modi

    Kuala Lumpur : Asserting that the time had come for India to make its mark in the resurgence of Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday called the world leaders to come to India and witness the ‘winds of change’ as he pitched his ‘Make in India’ initiative on the global forum.

  • Deepika, Priyanka get emotional at ‘Bajirao…’ trailer launch

    Mumbai: Before it sets out to try and win audience hearts, the trailer launch of “Bajirao Mastani” saw its lead actresses’ Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra getting emotional and teary-eyed. The Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed magnum opus, a period film revolving around 18th century Maratha warrior Peshwa Bajirao’s love story, is set to release on December 18.

  • Priyanka Chopra

    “Bajirao Mastani” saga is Bhansali’s vision: Priyanka on row

    Mumbai: In the wake of allegations that facts have been altered in upcoming film “Bajirao Mastani”, actress Priyanka Chopra, who plays one of the central characters in the film, said the movie is an epic saga told through the vision of director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. “Bajirao Mastani” has landed in controversy with the descendant of Bajirao Peshwa alleging that historical facts have been “altered” while portraying the Maratha king and his wives Kashibai and Mastani in the film.

  • kangana ranaut

    Kangana bids adieu to long tresses for ‘Rangoon’

    New Delhi: Not many actresses have guts to chop off their hair for a role. Most of them prefer wearing a wig, but Kangana Ranaut has parted her ways with her beautiful locks for her role in the upcoming flick ‘Rangoon.’

  • Badminton

    India’s campaign over at Scottish Open

    Glasgow: It was curtains for India at the Scottish Open after men’s singles player Anand Pawar and men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy bowed out of the 50,000 Grand Prix badminton tournament, here.

  • NCSC to take action against culprits on Dalit attack, says Punia

    New Delhi: National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) chairman P.L. Punia on Saturday said the commission will take action against culprits involved in the beating up of a Dalit family for allegedly touching idols at a temple in Chitrakoot district of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Narendra Modi

    Committed to provide transparent, predictable tax regime: PM

    Kuala Lumpur: With slew of measures putting back the economy on track, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said reforms are “just a way station” to transforming India and vowed to provide a transparent and predictable tax regime as well as protection to Intellectual Property Rights.

  • Haroon Rasheed

    Unnecessary changes in Pak team lead to 1-3 ODI loss: Haroon

    Karachi: Pakistan’s head coach Waqar Younis and his support staff are under fire after chief selector Haroon Rasheed said unnecessary changes and shuffling in the national team was one of the reasons for their 1-3 defeat to England in the one-day series in UAE. “The series loss is disappointing but at the end of the day the national selectors can only select 15 or 16 players and the team management than has to make best use of them,” Haroon said

  • Narendra modi

    PM Modi praises Jan Dhan Yojana at ASEAN Summit

    Kuala Lumpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday praised the impact of his flagship programme ‘Jan Dhan Yojana’ here and talked about the benefits that the people of India have got through the scheme.

  • Indian-American comic mocks Jindal one last time

    Washington: Louisiana’s Indian-American Governor Bobby Jindal is out of the US presidential race, but that did not prevent Indian origin comedian Aziz Ansari from having some fun at his cost.

  • Najib Razak

    Muslim-majority Malaysia blasts IS as evil terrorists

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia’s leader today denounced the Islamic State as an “evil” terrorist group, saying his Muslim-majority country is ready to join others to defeat it while cautioning that a military solution alone was not enough.

  • coal mine

    Coal mine fire traps 22 underground in China  

    Beijing: Twenty-two workers have been trapped underground at a coal mine which caught fire in China’s northeastern Heilongjiang Province. The fire that broke out last night at the coal mine in Jixi City trapped 22 workers, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. The mine is operated by state-owned Heilongjiang Longmay Mining Holding Group, according to the work safety administration of the province. The rescue operations are underway, the report said. Accidents in Chinese coal mines killed over 900 people last year. In July, four workers were