Free Press Journal
  • Stress

    Blocking stress protein relieves chronic pain

    London: Do you experience frequent mood swings? Scientists have found a group of drugs that could help treat mood disorders and also relieve chronic pain.

  • Clinton, Sanders spar over race, immigration

    Washington: US presidential aspirants Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders today tried to woo minority
    Latino and African American voters as they sparred over issues like race and their records on immigration during a Democratic debate. Clinton, 68, who has struggled to regain momentum after losing badly to Sanders in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, sought to cast herself as a more sensible, pragmatic progressive. She also cited her experience as secretary of state, implying that she had a broader array

  • Manish Sisodia

    Centre ‘saffronising’ Delhi Police, alleges Sisodia

    New Delhi: In a scathing attack, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has accused the BJP-led central government of “saffronising” the Delhi Police, which has had frequent run-ins with the AAP government.

  • Abducted Snapdeal executive Deepti Sarna reaches home

    Ghaziabad: A female Snapdeal executive, who was abducted from the Vaishali Metro Station in Ghaziabad, managed to flee from her captors in Haryana’s Panipat town and has now reached home.

  • Plastic industry opposes ban on alcohol sale in PET bottles

    Mumbai: Plastic industry has strongly opposed the Maharashtra government’s ban on packaging of alcohol in PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles. Maharashtra government has announced the ban on sale of alcohol in PET bottles from April 1.

  • Herald case: SC exempts Gandhis from personal appearance

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today provided relief to Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul, giving them exemption from personal appearance in the trial court in the National Herald case and expunging certain observations of the High Court but refused to interfere with criminal proceedings before the lower court.

  • Beetroot juice improves endurance, blood pressure in elderly

    New York: A daily dose of beetroot juice may significantly improve exercise endurance and blood pressure in elderly patients with the heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HfpEF) syndrome, a new study says.

  • Amar Chitra Katha launches new romance novel

    New Delhi: With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Amar Chitra Katha has launched its first romance title, the second by the comic book publisher which recently announced a new novel imprint.

  • Steven Spielberg not 100% convinced with Academy`s big changes

    Washington D.C. : Steven Spielberg seems to have a different stance on the #OscarSoWhite controversy as he revealed that he doesn’t necessarily agree with the Academy’s approach to increase the diversity. During a recent interview, the 69-year-old director sounded off on the backlash surrounding the lack of diversity among this year’s Oscar nominees, reports the People magazine.

  • Waugh hits back at Warne jibe

    Sydney: Steve Waugh today hit back at Shane Warne after the legendary spinner reignited a long-running feud between the two by calling the former Australia captain a selfish cricketer. In his reply Waugh said he was just doing his job as a captain when he dropped the leg-spinner in 1999 for a Test in the West Indies.

  • Uddhav Thackeray

    ‘Make in India’ Week: Sena chief not invited for Modi’s event

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has not been invited to any of the ‘Make in India’ week events to be held here where Prime Minis er Narendra Modi will preside, including the gala dinner of February 13, though he will be a part of other programmes.

  • Australia in control in first New Zealand Test

    Wellington: It was supposed to be Brendon McCullum’s day but it was opposing captain Steve Smith who made the right moves as Australia ended day one of the first cricket Test against New Zealand comfortably in control here today.

  • Laxmikant Parsekar

    Poll promises kept in mind while presenting budgets: Goa CM

    Panaji: Ahead of the annual budget presentation, Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said the BJP-led government has always tabled budgets keeping in mind the election promises. “We have presented every budget keeping in mind the election year. Our focus has been to fulfill the promises made during the last election,” Parsekar told reporters last evening on the sidelines of an event.

  • Basant Pachami

    Basant Panchami marks the arrival of spring

    Basant  Panchami is a Hindu religious festival dedicated to goddess Saraswati. Basant Panchami is celebrated in Magh which come between January and February.

  • Recep-Tayyip-Erdogan

    Erdogan threatens to send refugees to EU as NATO steps in

    Ankara: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to send the millions of refugees in Turkey to EU member states, as NATO pledged to deploy ships to the Aegean Sea to ease the migrant crisis.

  • Anti-India acts won’t be tolerated: Rajnath on JNU row

    New Delhi: Talking tough, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today warned of “strongest possible” action against those involved in raising anti-India slogans at an event in JNU campus here, saying such activities will not be tolerated.

  • Australia to take part in ‘Make in India’ week in Mumbai

    New Delhi: Australia will take part in Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government’s ‘Make in India’ week in Mumbai with a delegation of 30 government and business leaders representing a range of Australian expertise in multiple sectors.