Free Press Journal
  • Gwyneth Paltrow says ex-Chris Martin is like her brother

    London: Gwyneth Paltrow recently revealed that her former husband Chris Martin is like a brother to her and has also admitted that they even sleep over at each other’s house.

  • Deodorants alter bacteria’s life on your skin

    New York: Wearing an anti-perspirant or deodorant doesn’t affect an individual’s social life, and it substantially cuts down the microbial life that survives on a person, says a new study.

  • Facebook launches initiative to combat Zika virus

    New York: At a time when the world is bracing itself against the growing Zika virus, social networking giant Facebook has partnered with Brazil’s non-profit Abrasco Divulga to help combat the disease that has spread to more than 20 countries.

  • Amazon

    Amazon to open 400 bookstores in malls: Reports

    New Delhi: American electronic commerce and cloud computing company, Amazon.com, Inc. plans to open upto 400 physical bookstores in US malls, reports suggest.

  • Aditi all set for Pro debut at Victoria Open in Australia

    Geelong (Australia): Teen star Aditi Ashok will make her professional debut at the Australian Oates Victorian Open beginning tomorrow. The 17-year-old from Bangalore took the Ladies European Tour by storm by winning the Qualifying School late last year.

  • Sardar Singh

    Sardar denies sexual harrasment charge

    New Delhi: Under-fire India hockey captain Sardar Singh today rubbished alleged sexual harrasment charges leveled against him by a British hockey player of Indian origin, saying even though he knew her they never got engaged as claimed by the woman.

  • Solution to MCD strike soon: Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi: A “solution” to the ongoing MCD strike will be announced today, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said hoping that it will “satisfy” everyone and the agitation, that has brought civic services in the city to its knees, will “end”.

  • Villagers in Taloja oppose shifting of Deonar dumping site

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government will soon hold a meeting with all concerned agencies and stakeholders to sort out the issue of Deonar dumping site at the earliest even as villagers around the proposed landfill site located in Taloja, Navi Mumbai have opposed the shifting of the site there.

  • Myanmar’s new parliament elects speaker of house 

    Nay Pyi Taw: Myanmar’s new parliament on Wednesday elected U Mann Win Khaing Than as speaker of the House of Nationalities (Upper House) and U Aye Tha Aung as deputy speaker.

  • John Kerry

    Islamic State growing threat in Libya: John Kerry

    Rome: The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State has pushed back the jihadist group in Syria and Iraq but it is a growing threat in Libya, where it could seize its oil wealth, US Secretary of State John Kerry said.

  • I give a lot of importance to love in life: Katrina

    Mumbai: Katrina Kaif has three romantic films lined up for release this year and the actress says that in real life she gives a lot of importance to love. Kaif will be seen in “Fitoor”, “Baar Baar Dekho” and “Jagga Jasoos” opposite Aditya Roy Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra and Ranbir Kapoor respectively.

  • Asia Cup, World T20 team selection on Feb 5

    Mumbai – The Indian squads for the upcoming Asia Cup T20 tournament in Bangladesh and the subsequent ICC World Twenty20 championship in India are to be chosen on February 5 at Delhi by the national selection panel headed by Sandeep Patil.

  • Maha govt to hold Make in India event in Girgaum Chowpatty

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today stayed a Bombay High Court order and allowed the Maharashtra government to hold an event at Girgaum Chowpatty beach in Mumbai to kickstart the ‘Make in India Week’ programme, which will be attended by the Prime Minister. A bench comprising Justices M Y Eqbal and Arun Mishra allowed the submission of Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the state, that the proposed function is “India’s pride” and

  • S Jaishankar

    Name and shame countries which support terrorism: India

    Jaipur: India today said that countries which support terrorism must be named and shamed, asserting the need for united efforts to combat terror. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar while stating this at a security conference in a veiled reference to Pakistan also said that some countries believe that they can buy peace at home by supporting groups for terror outside, which he said, was “delusional”. He did not name any country.

  • Brow raising celebrity diets

    Are you struggling with getting the perfect curve? We bring you an exhilarating list for inspiration, paving the way for some really weird eating habits!  From maple syrup to baby food, what exactly do your favorite celebrities eat that makes them so flawless?

  • Clip-on device can help keep Zika-spreading mosquitoes at bay

    Washington D.C.: A new study has revealed about the product called the OFF! Clip-On repellent device that could be an effective tool for preventing Zika virus infection, which has been linked to a devastating birth defect that affects a fetus’ brain.

  • Saddened by Balram Jakhar’s death: Mamata

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday condoled the death of former Lok Sabha speaker and Congress veteran Balram Jakhar.