Free Press Journal
  • brain

    Emotions do affect brain’s creative network

    New York: Emotional expression affects the brain’s creativity network, says a new brain-scanning study of jazz pianists, adding that “happy” and “sad” music evoked different neural patterns in their brains.

  • Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    Pathankot Attack: Keep childish politics aside, Govt to Cong

    New Delhi: With the Congress targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘inconsistent’ Pakistan policy following the ongoing attack on the Air Force Base in Pathankot , Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday asked the grand old party to keep petty politics aside when it came to National security.

  • S.H. Kapadia

    Former chief justice of India S.H. Kapadia passes away

    Mumbai: Top legal luminary and former Supreme Court chief justice Sarosh Homi Kapadia passed away late on Monday, a family member said. He was 68 and is survived by his wife Shahnaz, a son and a daughter.

  • Congressman Jim McDermott announces his retirement

    Washington: US Congressman Jim McDermott, a longtime friend of India and a former co-chair of the Congressional India Caucus, has announced his retirement from active politics after serving 14-terms in the House of Representatives.

  • Obama to introduce gun control measures bypassing Congress

    Washington: US President Barack Obama is set to introduce a series of gun control executive measures, including expanding background checks, bypassing the Congress in a bid to control mass shooting menace that has claimed over 100,000 lives in the last decade.

  • Gurdaspur SP Salwinder Singh

    Pathankot attack: Abducted Gurdaspur SP speaks out

    Pathankot: “We were blindfolded, our hands tied behind our backs and the terrorists numbering four-five threatened to kill us if we tried to look up,” Gurdaspur SP Salwinder Singh, whose vehicle was forcibly taken away by the heavily-armed militants, said today.

  • Memorial to be build for slain Commando Gursewak: Khattar

    Ambala: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today met the family of Garud Commando Gursewak Singh who was killed in Pathankot terror attack, promising a job to one member and a memorial for the slain soldier. Khattar along with Health Minister Anil Vij, who represents Ambala Cantt assembly constituency, reached Gursewak’s native Garnala village here this morning.

  • Two sisters killed in a road accident

    Sasaram: Two sisters were killed today in a road accident on Sasaram-Ara road near Tenduni Chowk in Bihar’s Rohtas district, a police officer said.

  • Manish Tewari

    Congress asks Govt. to call off secretary level talks with Pakistan

    New Delhi: The Congress party on Tuesday came down heavily on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for engaging in talks with Pakistan amid the ongoing attack of the IAF base in Pathankot, saying the Foreign Secretary level talks needs to be called off.

  • Villagers fume over Shivaji statue fencing, seek Sena’s intervention

    Thane: The fencing of a statue of Maratha warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj allegedly by a private organisation has irked the villagers of Ganeshpuri in the district, prompting local Shiv Sena MLA to approach concerned authorities to resolve the matter.

  • China stocks swing as economy worries persist

    Shanghai: Volatility shook Chinese stock markets today, as the Shanghai index dropped more than three percent on concerns over regulatory uncertainty and slowing growth before recovering, a day after authorities halted trading to arrest falling prices.

  • Delay in permissions to project hits builder, buyers hard: MCHI

    Thane: The undue delay in grant of permissions by various agencies has affected construction activities in the district, thus affecting the home buyers, builders and developers, according to MCHI-CREDAI, Thane.

  • Sensex down

    Sensex reverses trend, slips 65 points in late morning deals

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex slipped from its initial gains and was trading lower by 64.77 points in late morning deals amid renewed selling in telecom, banks, IT, teck, power and FMCG counters despite upbeat Asian cues.

  • My tip-off prevented major terror attack: Punjab SP

    Gurdaspur (Punjab): Punjab Superintendent of Police (SP) Salwinder Singh on Tuesday said his timely information ahead of the attack on the IAF base in Pathankot alerted security agencies and prevented a major terror strike.

  • Uddhav Thackeray

    BJP to gift tiger replica to Uddhav Thackrey

    Mumbai: BJP will gift Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray a fiber-made replica of a tiger, the symbol of his party, as a token of friendship with its long-term ally despite the occasional tension in their ties.

  • Save Commercial Airlines Billions: NASA

    Nation’s airlines could be saving more than $250 billion dollars in the near future thanks to green-related technologies developed and refined by NASA’s aeronautics researchers.