Free Press Journal
  • Mental time travel a unique human capacity: Study

    London : Humans appear to be the only species who are able to remember events that they had experienced and mentally time travel not only into the past but also the future, suggests new research.

  • New ‘Darwin’ information processing chip developed

    Beijing : ­Scientists have successfully developed a ‘Darwin’ neural chip, a kind of information processing system that mimics the principles of biological brains, an advance that could lead to the development of artificial intelligence systems and Internet-of-Things.

  • Eggplants trump bananas in sex emojis study

    New York : Eggplants are way more popular than bananas — at least when it comes to sexually charged emojis used on Twitter, says a study.

  • Sena slams Kejri over his allegations against Jaitley

    Mumbai : The Shiv Sena today mounted a scathing attack on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over his allegations against Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley of financial irregularities in the Delhi cricket body when he headed it.

  • HC extends custody of 4 accused in Hema case

    Mumbai : A Magistrate Court on Wednesday extended the custody of the four accused in the twin murders of artist Hema Upadhyay and her lawyer Harish Bambhani. Mumbai police sought an extension on their police custody, a day after the arrest of artist and Hema’s husband Chintan Upadhyay in the same case.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Be proactive and take the initiative, the results will be worth your efforts. Colleagues will prove to be valuable allies and sounding boards. Students could hear of some positive developments regarding their future plans.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Right To Good Education

    Recently the news about a school girl raped by her own school teacher left the whole nation benumbed with shock and shame. While we try to reconcile ourselves to this dark reality by looking for answers in the burning embers and muted cries of victims and in due course push the unpleasant memories under the pressures of our mundane problems, we need to look at the root cause of such incidents. What

  • Nagpur pitch is a subjective decision of Crowe: Shashank Manohar

    New Delhi : BCCI president Shashank Manohar on Wednesday said that the Cricket Board will abide by the ICC decision of rating Nagpur pitch as ‘poor’ but at the same time termed the inference on the nature of the wicket being a ‘subjective decision’ by ICC match referee Jeff Crowe. India beat South Africa by 124 runs at Jamtha in Nagpur where the match ended in two and half days with Ravichandran Ashwin getting

  • Bashir Sheikh, the 60-year-old father of Wajid Sheikh (25), who went missing on December 15, at their Malad home on Tuesday.

    Missing IS suspect was apple of father’s eye

    Mumbai : Wajid Shaikh was the apple of his father’s eyes. Being the only son among six daughters, Wajid was pampered. But his family members say this never deterred him from shouldering the family’s responsibilities.

  • Welspun offloads 37% stake in road JV for Rs 662 crore

    New Delhi : Welspun Enterprises Ltd today said it has divested 37 % stake in its joint venture firm Dewas Bhopal Corridor Pvt Ltd for Rs 662 crore to the IDFC-sponsored fund, India Infrastructure Fund.

  • Alkem Lab, Dr Lal make blockbuster debut

    Mumbai : Shares of drug maker Alkem Laboratories made a dream debut at the bourses today, ending the day with a sharp gain of nearly 32 % over the issue price of Rs 1,050. The stock which listed at Rs 1,380, reflecting a sharp gain of 31.42 % over the issue price, on BSE, finally ended at Rs 1,381.45, up 31.56 %. Intra-day, it surged 34.28 % to Rs 1,410.

  • Allow India-Pak varsities to interact: Hameed Haroon

    Mumbai: Pakistan’s Dawn Media Group CEO Hameed Haroon today said universities of India should be allowed to interact with those in Pakistan in order to foster better people-to-people contact between both the countries.

  • Pradhan: Govt mulls new pricing formula for coal-bed methane

    New Delhi : The government is looking at a new pricing regime for coal-bed methane (CBM) to help monetise the clean energy source lying below coal seams, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said.

  • Panel asks Sebi to curb ‘rating shopping’, improve disclosure

    New Delhi : To curtail ‘rating shopping’ by the companies, a high-level panel has asked regulator Sebi to ensure that the firms mandatorily disclose all the ratings assigned to them by various credit rating agencies.

  • Raina needs lot of clarity while playing short ball, says Laxman

    New Delhi : Former India batsman VVS Laxman, who always reserved his best for the mighty Australia, feels that Suresh Raina ‘needs a lot of clarity’ as to how he would find a solution against short-pitched bowling. Raina has been dropped from Indian ODI team for Australia tour but Laxman is confident that this selection setback will make him work even harder.”I think every batsman has an area of concern and Suresh Raina has

  • Uddhav should visit Pak: Kulkarni

    Mumbai: ORF chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni today said Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, whose party had opposed former Pakistan minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s visit to Mumbai, should visit the neighbouring country.

  • Kapil compares ‘crowd puller’ Yuvraj to McEnroe, Maradona

    New Delhi : India’s first World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev expressed delight on Wednesday at Yuvraj Singh’s inclusion in the Twenty20 squad, adding that the swashbuckling left-hander has the ability to draw people to watch the game like other sporting greats John McEnroe and Diego Maradona. “Yuvraj is the most exciting cricketer India has produced in recent times. He has that character like McEnroe or Maradona. There is something about him that makes people

  • Now, MMRDA to develop Bhiwandi as logistics hub

    Mumbai : After planning to develop a growth centre at Kalyan, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is now taking steps to build one in Bhiwandi. The MMRDA plans to develop and streamline Bhiwandi into a logistics hub.