Free Press Journal
  • Ajay Maken

    Demolition drive: Congress lends support to slum dwellers

    New Delhi : Following the anti-encroachment drive by the Indian Railways in Shakur Basti area in the early morning hours, the Congress on Sunday extended its support to the slum dwellers, adding that the grand old party would fight for them.

  • Delhi Police unable to maintain law and order: Abha Singh

    Mumbai : Condemning the gang-rape of a seven-year-old girl in the national capital, Advocate Abha Singh on Saturday alleged that the Delhi Police, which is under the control of the Centre, was unable to maintain law and order in the city.

  • Declassification of Netaji files to reveal ‘face mapping’ issue: BJP

    Lucknow: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday expressed hope that declassification of Netaji files will reveal the mystery behind the “face mapping” that shows that Netaji might have been present at the Indo-Pak peace talks in Tashkent in 1966, with erstwhile prime minister Lal Bahadur Shastri.

  • Sri Lanka struggle before rain intervenes

    Dunedin: Tim Southee took two wickets as New Zealand tightened the screws on Sri Lanka on the fourth day of the first Test today, but rain threatened to derail their victory hopes.

  • Narendra Modi

    Outcome of Paris Agreement has no winners or losers: Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that the outcome of the Paris Agreement, which was adopted by more than 190 countries to join the fight against global warming, had no winners or losers and climate justice was the lone winner.

  • Internet

    ‘Customisable’ internet contributing to selective exposure

    New York : The internet technologies are exacerbating the ‘selective exposure’ behaviour where individuals tend to seek information that confirms their existing opinion or belief while avoiding contrary information, a new study suggests.

  • Healthy or sick? Tiny cell bubbles may hold answer

    New York: Scientists have uncovered biological pathways in the roundworm that provide an insight into how tiny bubbles released by cells can have beneficial or detrimental health effects.

  • Suicide gene therapy kills prostate cancer cells

    New York: Combining radiation treatment with ‘suicide gene therapy’ – a technique in which prostate cancer cells are genetically modified so they signal a patient’s immune system to attack them – provides an effective two-pronged punch against the disease, new research shows.

  • Will miss SRK during ‘Bajirao Mastani’ release: Deepika Padukone

    New Delhi : She was launched eight years ago by Shah Rukh Khan and now Deepika Padukone’s “Bajirao Mastani” will clash with the superstar’s “Dilwale”, which the actress says is emotional for her as she will miss him on the release day.

  • BlaBlaCar to allow users to offer rides as per odd-even plan

    New Delhi: Ride-sharing platform BlaBlaCar will launch a new feature that will allow its users in Delhi to offer rides on specific days depending on their number plates in compliance with the state government’s proposed odd-even formula.

  • Munich Health in talks to up stake in Apollo JV

    New Delhi: The Germany-based Munich Health is considering raising its stake in Indian joint venture, Apollo Munich Health Insurance, from the current 26 per cent.