Free Press Journal
  • Lovemaking gets more passionate after childbirth

    London: Resuming sex with your partner after childbirth may be a matter of two months on an average but when passion does return to the bedroom again, it comes with a new vigour, enabling couples to enjoy the act of lovemaking more, new research suggests.

  • China launches online service for lawyers

    Beijing: China’s Supreme People’s Court (SPC) has launched an online service platform for lawyers on judicial justice, rule of law and rights, the media reported on Saturday.

  • Fresh firing, blasts at Pathankot Air Force Base

    Pathankot (Punjab): Fresh gunshots and blasts were again heard from the Indian Air Force base here after a lull of around three hours, as combing operations continued following a terror attack early Saturday.

  • Pathankot attack within days of Modi’s Pak visit raises serious questions: Ahmed Patel

    Navsari (Gujarat) : Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s political secretary Ahmed Patel on Saturday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the terror attack on the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot, Punjab has raised ‘serious questions’ from the security point of view, as also the need for Modi to restart talks with Pakistan.

  • Sugar in western diets increases breast cancer risk

    Washington D.C.: In a recent study, researchers found that high amounts of dietary sugar in the typical Western diet might increase the risk of breast cancer and metastasis to the lungs.

  • Nick Kyrgios

    ‘Tennis-brat’ Nick Kyrgios vows not to change in 2016

    Melbourne: Controversial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has insisted that he will not change his behavior in the upcoming season, but admitted that his sole objective would be to win tournaments in 2016.

  • Prakash Jha

    Prakash Jha shuns reports over ‘Jai Gangaajal’ voluntary cuts

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Prakash Jha has refuted “misleading” reports of his forthcoming film “Jai Gangaajal” getting stuck in the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) swirl over certification. He says he never made any voluntary cuts for a “UA” certificate.

  • Sounds of gunfire wake up residents in Pathankot

    Pathankot :  Sounds of gunfire today woke up the residents of Dhaki area near the Air Force station here which was attacked by suspected terrorists from Pakistan today in which three security personnel along with four attackers were killed.

  • Pathankot air base attack: Four terrorists killed

    Pathankot (Punjab): In a major security breach, terrorists entered a frontline Indian Air Force (IAF) base near this town in northern Punjab early Saturday and engaged the security forces in a fierce gunfight. At least four terrorists were killed by commandos following the attack, police said.