Free Press Journal
  • Academic Essay Writing Service

    Academic essay writing is a process that every student must come across at one or several times in his or her academic career. This task can sometimes be frustrating to students as it may require complex skills and considerable amount time to complete. Good essay writing begins by the process of selecting an appropriate topic for your essay, that is, if the topic is not already provided by your instructor. A good essay topic

  • Real Betis coach Mel sacked

    Madrid: Spanish football club Real Betis has sacked coach Pepe Mel following an eight-game run without a win. “The board of Real Betis has decided tonight (Sunday) to sack Pepe Mel as coach of the club’s first team,” confirmed the club in a statement on their website. It is the second time Mel has been sacked by Betis in just over three years, as the coach was also fired by the club

  • Shakeel Ahmed

    Parrikar’s warning won’t send strong message to Pak: Congress

    New Delhi:: Taking a jibe at Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s warning that any individual or organisation causing pain to India should be paid back in the same coin, the Congress Party on Monday said the language used by him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi post the Pathankot terror attack will not send a strong message to Pakistan.

  • Kazakhs to chose new national coach via Internet poll

    Almaty (Kazakhstan): Kazakhstan’s football federation is giving fans the chance to help select a new coach for the national team via an Internet vote, it was announced today. Football lovers will first be able to cast ballots in an online poll to decide if the next national manager should be foreign or Kazakh, federation supremo Yerlan Kozhagapanov said. If more than 50,000 people participate then the result will be considered valid and the federation will then hold a second round of

  • Actors have now become commodities: Sunny Deol

    Mumbai: After giving a string of hits like “Ghayal”, “Ghatak” and “Darr” in the 1990s, actor-filmmaker Sunny Deol says it really bothers him that people who were actors earlier, have now become “commodities” in the Hindi film fraternity.

  • Cate Blanchett to play villain in ‘Thor 3’

    Los Angeles: Actress Cate Blanchett will be seen playing a villain in the forthcoming film “Thor: Ragnarok”, says her co-star Mark Ruffalo.

  • Wenger picks Messi to win the Ballon d’ Or

    London: Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger on Monday picked Barcelona forward Lionel Messi to win the Ballon d’Or 2015 after admitting that he personally was a big “enemy” of the prestigious football award. “I’m a big enemy of the Ballon d’Or,” Wenger was quoted as saying by “It is certainly Messi who will win it, although I’m not a big fan of it,” he said.

  • Nimrat Kaur to do another American show?

    Mumbai: Nimrat Kaur garnered appreciation for her American TV debut with popular political thriller series “Homeland” and the actress says she is currently “reading stuff” for a future international project.

  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jason Statham engaged

    Los Angeles: Model-actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley confirmed her engagement to actor Jason Statham on the red carpet of the 73rd edition of the Golden Globe Awards ceremony here.

  • Malaysians Chia, Fung hope for strong EuraAsia pairing

    Shah Alam (Malaysia): Malaysian golfers Danny Chia and Nicholas Fung on Monday said they were hoping for Team Asia Captain Jeev Milkha Singh to pair them up in the EurAsia Cup which starts here on Friday. The local heroes are expected to pull in big crowds to Glenmarie Golf and Country Club when Asia takes on a Darren Clarke-led Team Europe in the event which ended in a thrilling draw two years ago.

  • Prince is fake, obnoxious: Imam Siddique

    Mumbai: He might be touted as the strongest contender for the “Bigg Boss Nau” title but season 6 finalist Imam Siddiqui, who is returning to the show as a guest, calls the reality TV star the most fake person in the house.

  • Govt unlikely to suggest bringing judges appointment under RTI

    New Delhi: The government is unlikely to suggest bringing under the ambit of RTI the process of appointment of judges to the Supreme Court and the high courts amid feeling that it would not be a practical idea. There is feeling within the government, sources said, that bringing the process of appointment and elevation of judges to the Supreme Court and the 24 High Courts under the transparency law would not be practical

  • 9 Sex-boosting foods for men

    Are romantic songs and warm bed sheets not adding enough heat to your sex life? Well you need not find bizarre ways to bring out the beast in you. Simple and healthy eating can solve your frowning problems. Yes, eating the right food can be beneficial in keeping a number of problems at bay. Diet plays an important role when it comes to fertility, especially sperm count in men. Eating foods that

  • Chinese couples at greater divorce risk than in past

    Beijing: Chinese couples are more likely to experience a “five-year itch” during their marriages, getting disenchanted with their partners far earlier than in the past, according to a survey.

  • Women, Junk food

    Eating veggies doesn’t equal to avoiding junk food

    New York: Children who eat more carrots and apples are no less likely to eat candies and fries, warns a new study, suggesting that emphasising on avoiding “bad” food is as important as adding “good” food in children’s diet.

  • Porn, Smartphone

    Ban or no ban, India watching more porn than ever: Survey

    New York: The verdict is out. Ban or no ban, India is watching more porn than ever. In 2015, India knocked out Canada to grab the third position – after the US and Britain – in visiting one of the world’s largest adult websites Pornhub.

  • Economy

    Sensex back in red, slips 109 pts to hit fresh 19-month low

    Mumbai: Equities again slipped after taking a day’s breather as the BSE Sensex dropped by 109 points to end at a fresh 19-month low of 24,825.04, tracking a weak trend in other Asian markets on renewed China’s growth concerns.

  • Maha mulling change in office timings to reduce crowding in local trains

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is considering change in office timings to reduce peak hour crowding in suburban local trains which is resulting in many commuter deaths, the Bombay High Court was informed today. A division bench of Justices N H Patil and A A Sayed was hearing a public interest litigation regarding safety of commuters, facilities provided to them and reservation of seats for senior citizens in local trains.