Free Press Journal
  • A peek into psyche: Indian politicians’ most controversial tweets

    Finding a politician without controversies serenading their essence is akin to sighting a baby without their unrelenting affiliation towards odd hours wailing: Rare, atypical, and more often than not, peaceful. Without sparing a care to the nerve damage caused due to the ever-burgeoning trend of earsplitting inflammatory speeches sneaking into our living rooms, politicians started to get kick out of using social media to deride further the stability of their

  • Indian-fishermen

    Nets of fishermen damaged by Sri Lankan naval personnel

    Rameswaram (TN): Nets of 30 fishermen boats were damaged allegedly by Sri Lankan naval personnel near Katchathevu islet today and they were chased back till Indian territorial waters, a Fishermen Association official said here.

  • Blood test for Alzheimer’s disease comes a step closer

    New York:  Researchers have found that a protein, the levels of which can be easily monitored in routine blood tests, could serve as a new biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills.

  • Jolt to TDP as another legislator joins TRS

    Hyderabad: The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in Telangana received a jolt on Tuesday as another of its legislator joined the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).

  • Ronaldo not planning to leave Real until 2018

    Johannesburg: Portugal star striker Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that he will stay with his current club Real Madrid for at least another two years.

  • Siachen survivor: One Soldier rescued, flown to Delhi hospital

    Jammu: Lance Naik Hanaman Thappa, who was miraculously found alive after remaining buried in snow for six days, was today evacuated to the army’s base camp at the Siachin Glacier from where he is being flown to Delhi’s Research and Referral Hospital in a special air ambulance.

  • Lupita Nyong’o in talks to star in sci-fi thriller

    Los Angeles: Actress Lupita Nyong’o is in negotiations to star in a sci-fi thriller “Intelligent Life” with “Selma” helmer Ava DuVernay eyed to direct the project.

  • Frence votes to enshrine state of emergency in constitution

    Paris:  The lower house of the French parliament has voted in favour of enshrining in the constitution the process of declaring a state of national emergency, one of a series of controversial amendments the government proposed after November’s Paris attacks.

  • Messi undergoes kidney stone treatment

    Madrid: Lionel Messi is undergoing treatment on kidney stones which floored the Argentina superstar at the Club World Cup in December, Barcelona announced.

  • Israel: Palestinians use UN chief’s words for ‘terror’

    United Nations: Israel’s UN ambassador said the Palestinian leadership has started using recent statements by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon “to justify deplorable acts of terror,” and he called on the UN chief to withdraw them.

  • Steve Smith takes Australia captaincy for World Twenty20

    Sydney: Australian selectors today dumped Aaron Finch as captain in favour of Steve Smith for the World Twenty20 which begins next month in India, while Peter Nevill replaces Matthew Wade as wicketkeeper.