Free Press Journal
  • Mark-Zuckerberg

    Run 587 km with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg this year

    New York – For those who love to run, here is another reason to do so in New Year. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new challenge for his 47 million followers on the social networking site: run.

  • Women regrets

    ‘Wage gap’ makes women anxious, depressive

    Washington D.C. – Major depressive disorder and generalised anxiety disorder were markedly greater in females, who earned less than their male counterparts with equivalent education and years of experience.

  • North Korea flag

    N Korea says conducted ‘successful’ hydrogen bomb test

    Seoul – North Korea announced today it had successfully carried out its first hydrogen bomb test, a development that, if confirmed, would marking a stunning step forward in its nuclear development.

  • Wayne Rooney

    Record-breaker Rooney bags ‘England Player of Year’ award

    Johannesburg – Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney has been named England Player of the Year for the second consecutive time after becoming his country’s all-time leading goal scorer.

  • When one twin gets cancer, other faces higher risk

    Washington, D.C. – A new study of twins has found that having a twin sibling diagnosed with cancer poses an excess risk for the other twin to develop any form of cancer.

  • Past memories can be retrieved quicker than we thought

    Washington D.C. – Researchers in a recent study have shown that retrieving memories of the events from a person’s past may take place quicker than what they previously thought and it is quite possible to interfere with that process.

  • Pathankot Terror attack

    NIA begins probe in Pathankot terrorist attack

    Pathankot – A National Investigation Agency (NIA) team arrived here on Wednesday to begin the probe the terrorist attack on the Pathankot Airbase.

  • Guy Ritchie hires lawyer for custody fight with Madonna

    Los Angeles – The custody battle between pop star Madonna and former husband Guy Ritchie is heating up, with the British film director preparing for a courtroom showdown by hiring a lawyer to mount a legal case.

  • Delhi cop ‘accidentally’ shoots himself dead

    New Delhi – A Delhi Police Special Cell personnel accidentally shot himself dead in Rohini area of the national capital on Wednesday morning.

  • Indian Rupee

    Rupee down 22 paise against dollar in early trade

    Mumbai – The rupee was trading lower by 22 paise at 66.82 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on increased demand for the US currency from importers.

  • Tamil Nadu Fishermen

    Sri Lanka released eight TN fishermen

    Chennai – Eight Tamil Nadu fishermen, who were arrested for allegedly crossing the international maritime border, were released by Sri Lanka following an order by a court in Mullatheevu.

  • Narendra Modi

    PM Modi trusts Pakistan more than his ministers: Congress

    New Delhi – Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making an unscheduled visit to Pkaistan to meet his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif, the Congress Party on Wednesday said that the former trusts ‘those on the other side of the border’ more than his ministers.

  • Barack Obama

    Obama breaks down amid emotional ‘gun control’ address

    Washington D.C. – United States President Barack Obama made an emotional and passionate address on Tuesday as he called for a national ‘sense of urgency’ to limit the incidences of gun violence in the country.

  • Petrol bombs hurled near Meenakshi Temple

    Madurai – Unidentified persons hurled three petrol bombs in the vicinity of the Sri Meenakshi Temple here late last night.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Kejriwal watches ‘Wazir’ with star cast

    New Delhi – Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal watched Bejoy Nambiar’s forthcoming movie “Wazir” here with its cast including producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra, writer Abhijat Joshi and actors Farhan Akhtar and Aditi Rao Hydari.


    China, Britain issue statement on Syria

    Beijing – China and Britain issued a statement on Syria issue, agreeing to advance counter-terrorism and a political settlement in parallel.