Free Press Journal
  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Core of All Religions

    Currently a large number of people across the world identify themselves as SBNR i.e spiritual but not religious. The term might be new to Indians , but fresh research shows that perhaps one in every five persons living in USA describe themselves as spiritual but not religious. This phrase probably means different things to different people. However the whole confusion stems from the fact that the words spiritual and religious are often

  • Abhishek Bachchan

    Abhishek, Jacqueline, Anushka: Doing good!

    Our starry brigade has been doing good and doing us proud! Teeing off with Abhishek Bachchan, the genial actor helped raise funds for the schooling of over 30,000 underprivileged children! AB Jr. has long been associated with Magic Bus, India’s largest NGO that works towards creating a better future for over a million children living in poverty.The actor was recently in Singapore and Hyderabad to raise funds for the schooling of 30,000

  • Bachchans laughter an award for Manish

    Manish Paul was at his humorous best and enthralled the audience with his humour at the TOIFA awards 2016 ceremony held in Dubai recently. Both Manish and his co-host Varun Dhawan did a stupendous job and engulfed the audience with their witty one-liners and hilarious acts.

  • Randeep-Richa have a muddy Holi

    Pictures come in of the impromptu Holi celebrations that took place during the filming of SARBJIT. Omung Kumar’s much awaited biopic recently completed a major schedule in a beautiful village of Punjab and is currently in its last schedule. The film has been mainly shot in real locations which were an integral part of Sarbjit Singh’s life.

  • Shah Rukh Khan

    Parenthood exposes your failings

    Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has three children — sons Aryan and AbRam and daughter Suhana — says parenthood is a journey that exposes one’s “failings” and “fears”.  “Parenthood is a journey through someone else’s life into your own. It exposes your failings, fears, ability to love, hold on and most importantly, to let go,” Shah Rukh posted on Twitter on Tuesday. The 50-year-old is married to producer and interior designer

  • priyanka chopra

    The insult that provoked Priyanka…

    As a newcomer starting out in the harsh City of Dreams, there’s much that a newbie has to experience – most of it hurtful, even insulting. Priyanka Chopra was no different. She recalls how a certain big producer once bluntly told her that girls in Bollywood are interchangeable. That affected her badly.

  • 9.39 crore Jan Dhan accounts seeded with Aadhaar

    New Delhi: The government has seeded 9.39 crore Jan Dhan accounts with the Aadhaar unique identity number, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said on Tuesday.

  • Brace for hotter, drier, wetter future: Researcher

    New Delhi: There is strong evidence that the Earth is already one degree Celsius hotter than at the start of the 20th century – and the past four years have been the hottest on record. All this is a a foretaste of a hotter, drier and wetter future, says an international researcher.

  • Urban development ministry signs MoU with BSNL

    New Delhi: The urban development ministry on Tuesday announced its partnership with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to implement a vehicle tracking and monitoring system.

  • Men can have fun with accessories too

    New Delhi: Accessorising one’s look is not just a women’s thing! Fashion-conscious men are taking note of how a simple accessory like a bracelet or even a pocket square can add a dash of style.

  • Gul Panags husband stuck at Brussels airport safe

    New Delhi: Actress-politician Gul Panag’s husband Rishi Attari is stuck at the Brussels airport, which was rocked by a string of explosions today morning.

  • Ram Vilas Paswan

    Quota in private jobs will curb naxalism: Paswan

    New Delhi: Asserting that SC/ST people are equally competent to do private jobs, Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today asked the industry to voluntarily give reservation to the weaker sections, claiming it will help curb naxalism.

  • Virus

    Scientists eliminate HIV from DNA of human cells

    Washington: Using a specialised gene editing system, scientists have shown that they can effectively eliminate HIV from the DNA of human cells, paving the way for a cure for patients infected with the virus that causes AIDS.

  • Facebook explores if jobs run in families like genes

    New York: Not only genes, even jobs may run in some families, and people within a family are proportionally more likely to eventually also choose the same occupation and this is especially true of twins, a Facebook study has revealed.

  • EC satisfied over poll preparedness in Assam

    Guwahati: The Election Commission on Tuesday expressed satisfaction over the poll preparedness in Assam, but asked the administration to ensure that licensed arms are deposited and illegal weapons are seized. It also asked the authorities to look into the movement of black money and effective deployment of central forces to ensure free and fair polls.

  • Red Wine

    Global warming may affect world’s finest wines

    Washington: Global warming may make the famous vineyards of France and Switzerland too hot for traditionally grown grapes, which may affect good quality wines from those regions, researchers warn.