Free Press Journal
  • Jacqueline-Varun

    Fitness first for Jacqueline Fernandez & Varun Dhawan

    Jacqueline Fernandez who is looked up to for her fitness indulges in workouts religiously every morning. While shooting for the schedule of DISHOOM in Dubai. Jacqueline along with her male counterparts, John Abraham and Varun Dhawan hit the gym every morning.

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    Subhash Ghai takes to writing for Sanjay Dutt

    It is not a secret that the showman of Bollywood, Subhash Ghai and Sanjay Dutt have always shared a good bond, moreover anything the two have given great films together.

  • Emraan-Hashmi

    Emraan Hashmi has a superhero

    Emraan Hashmi may have always played the hero in the span of his career, however, the actor reveals that in reality it is his son Ayaan who is the true ‘superhero’.

  • Anushka-Ranjan

    Anushka Ranjan follows mums footsteps

    Anushka Ranjan, who made a debut with WEDDING PULAV released last year, has been following her mother Anu Ranjan’s footsteps lately.

  • Randeep-Hooda

    Randeep Hooda goes all guns blazing

    The talented actor Randeep Hooda, who is known for his phenomenal acting skills and going to extreme level of dedication for his characters, is leaving no stone unturned to get the perfect look for Omung Kumar’s upcoming biopic SARBJIT.

  • Vitamin B3 supplements may delay ageing: study

    London: Use of nutritional supplements for Vitamins B and its derivatives may serve as potential tools for delaying the ageing process in humans and age-related diseases such as diabetes, a new study suggests.

  • Sanjay Dutt moves court to get his passport back

    Mumbai – Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who was released from Yerawada prison near Pune last month after serving his sentence in the 1993 serial blasts case, has approached the special TADA court seeking his passport back.

  • Weak gut may trigger Type 2 diabetes, obesity

    New York:  A weak ecosystem of bacteria in human gut due to a poor dietary diversity is likely to trigger diseases like Type 2 diabetes and obesity, finds new research, suggesting people to eat a balanced, diversed diet.

  • New treatment for leukaemia could replace chemotherapy

    London:  Two drugs used in the targeted treatment of leukaemia can significantly prolong the survival time of high-risk patients, researchers say, suggesting that in future, these medicines could not only replace chemotherapy but even stem cell transplantation.

  • OP-Jindal-University

    O.P. Jindal University accredited with ‘A’ grade by NAAC

    Sonipat (Haryana) – O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) has been awarded an ‘A’ grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) — the highest rating given to a private university in the state.

  • MRI may help predict preterm birth: study

    London: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the cervix is more accurate than ultrasound at predicting if some women will have a preterm birth, a new study has found.

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    Harish Rawat rubbishes BJP allegations, says ‘stop murdering democracy’

    Dehradun (Uttarakhand) – Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Monday rubbished the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s allegations of rampant corruption in his government and said that the charges levelled by the saffron party were baseless.

  • Human skin cells may hold key to glaucoma cure

    Washington: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have successfully shown that human skin cells can be turned into neurons that conduct visual information from the eye to the brain, a finding that may lead to new
    therapies to prevent, or even cure glaucoma.

  • Russian airport reopens after deadly plane crash

    Moscow – The airport in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don reopened today, two days after a passenger jet crashed there, killing all 62 on board, as investigators continued their probe into the disaster.

  • Gut bacteria

    Low gut microbe diversity may trigger diabetes, obesity: study

    Washington: Reduced microbiotic richness in the human gut due to decreased dietary diversity is associated with common diseases, including type 2 diabetes, obesity and inflammatory bowel disease, scientists say.

  • moody

    Not clear of benefits to Rosneft on Essar stake buy: Moody’s

    New Delhi: Russia’s top oil producer Rosneft may pay USD 2-3 billion to buy 49 per cent stake in Essar Oil, Moody’s Investor Service said but raised doubt as to how will acquisition of non-controlling stake will create value for it.