Free Press Journal
  • China Telecom chairman under probe

    Beijing: Chang Xiaobing, former chairman of China Unicom and current chair of China Telecom, is being investigated for graft, authorities said on Sunday.

  • Steve Smith keen to reprise role as tormentor-in-chief

    Melbourne : Australian skipper Steve Smith, who recently became the ICC’s cricketer of the year, has admitted that he wants to return to the position where he feels ‘untouchable’ as the batting marvel is on track to finish the year as the highest Test run-scorer.

  • China

    China adopts first counter-terrorism law

    Beijing: China’s top legislature on Sunday adopted the country’s first counter-terrorism law in its latest attempt to address terrorism at home and help maintain world security.

  • Mohit Suri

    Mohit Suri in New York for ‘Half Girlfriend’

    New York: Director Mohit Suri is scouting a location here for his next film titled “Half Girlfriend”, an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s book by the same name.

  • Chrissy Teigen flaunts baby bump

    Los Angeles: Model Chrissy Teigen accentuated her growing baby bump in a navy one-piece during her vacation with husband John Legend as seen in a new photo shared on her Instagram page.

  • Katie Price is easy to buy for

    Los Angeles: Pop star Katie Price’s husband Kieran Hayler likes to “treat” her at Christmas and she thinks she’s “easy” to buy gifts for.

  • Twitter

    Soon, pay bills through Twitter!

    New York: Twitter users in India may soon be able to pay their bills though the micro-blogging site, the media reported.

  • E Cigarettes, Teens

    Graphic warnings may help smokers `kick the butt`

    London : With 2016 just around the corner, smokers have started gearing up to take on one of the most challenging New Year’s resolutions to kick the habit and now, a new study has come to their rescue.

  • ‘Fat tax’ can boost healthy foods’ demand: Study

    New York: Small price differences in food products, which mimic a “fat tax”, can be highly effective in shifting consumer demand from high calorie to healthier low calorie alternatives, say authors of a study that included Indians.

  • Blocking molecule may help prevent premature birth

    New York : Premature birth, a leading cause of death of newborns worldwide, could be prevented by blocking a molecule in the uterus, suggests a new research.

  • Manish Tewari

    ‘Nobel Peace Prize bug has bitten PM Modi’: Manish Tewari

    New Delhi: The Congress Party on Sunday came down hard on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not disclosing as to what transpired between him and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Lahore, saying the former was bitten by ‘Nobel Peace Prize bug’.

  • JD(U) refutes BJP’s jungle raj claims in Bihar

    Patna : The Janata Dal (United) on Sunday said that there will be good governance under Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s leadership and claimed that till the time he is the Chief Minister, there will be hold on crimes.