Free Press Journal
  • heart attack

    Happiness can cause ‘broken heart syndrome’: study

    Geneva: Happy events such as a birthday party or wedding can trigger a condition known as “broken heart syndrome” which may lead to cardiac arrest and death, a new study has claimed. Takotsubo syndrome (TTS) is known as “broken heart syndrome” and is characterised by a sudden temporary weakening of the heart muscles that causes the left ventricle of the heart to balloon out at the bottom while the neck remains narrow.

  • Manish Malhotra

    Manish Malhotra to open LFW Summer-Resort 2016

    Mumbai: Renowned designer Manish Malhotra will kick-start the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer-Resort 2016 (LFW) with a glamorous offsite show here on March 29.

  • Popular blood pressure app ‘overwhelmingly inaccurate’

    New York: A popular smartphone app purported to accurately measure blood pressure in an instant actually fails to detect high blood pressure in eight out of 10 patients, thereby potentially putting users’ health at risk, an alarming study has found.

  • Insta is the new Google for Alia

    New Delhi: Alia Bhatt, who recently sizzled fire with Sidharth Malhotra in her Vogue photo shoot, thinks Google is not for this generation.

  • Modi invokes Rajiv, Nehru for peace in Parliament 

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday invoked late Congress stalwarts and prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Rajiv Gandhi to urge the opposition to let parliament function “peacefully and responsibly”.

  • Murli Sharma

    Murli Sharma plays an effeminate man in’ Jai Gangaajal’

    Murli SharmaThis year seems to have started with a zing for actor Murli Sharma. After Wazir, Sanam Teri Kasam, the Marathi film Guru and the Telugu blockbuster Krishnagadi Veer Prema Gaathahe’s now looking forward to Prakash Jha’s Jai Gangaajal. However what caught our attention was that the actor, known for essaying negative or grey characters will be seen playing an effeminate character more

  • Jaitley to introduce new Aadhaar Bill today

    New Delhi: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley set to introduce a new Aadhaar Bill — the Aadhaar Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services Bill 2016 — in the Lok Sabha on Thursday after the Union Cabinet accorded its approval on Wednesday.

  • Andre Russell faces two-year ban for flouting doping rules

    Johannesburg: West Indies swashbuckling all-rounder Andre Russell faces a possible two-year suspension from cricket if he is found guilty of committing an ‘anti-doping whereabouts’ rule violation.

  • Emirates airline

    Emirates postpones launch of world’s longest flight

    Panama City: Emirates Airline, which was scheduled to launch what it called the world’s longest non- stop flight this month between Dubai and Panama City, has said it was postponing those plans for around a year.

  • Honda Amaze

    Honda Amaze Facelift launched at Rs. 5.29 lakh

    The facelifted Honda Amaze has made its way to the Indian market today. Priced between Rs. 5.29 lakh to Rs. 8.19 lakh (Ex-showroom, New Delhi), this is the first refreshment for the compact sedan since its debut in 2013.

  • Jewellers pan-India go on strike against excise duty

    New Delhi: More than three lakh jewellers are participating in the three-day pan-India strike to protest against the proposed re-imposition of one percent excise duty on gold and diamond jewellery.

  • Big B starts prepping for Shoojit Sircar’s next

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has revealed he has begun preparing for his next collaboration with filmmaker Shoojit Sircar. The yet-untitled film will also star “Baby” actress Tapsee Pannu.

  • Aligarh

    Aligarh to be screened at JNU on March 4

    The highly controversial anti-homophobia film Aligarh is all set to be screened at what is at present the most controversial educational institute of India. The Jawaharlal Nehru University, parent to a litany of controversies lately, will play host to Hansal Mehta’sAligarh on March 4.