Free Press Journal
  • Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016- Day 1

    As we kick start this glamorous journey, stepping into a fashion filled arena, 2016 brings style to a new definition with its unique and brow raising approach. The flamboyant beauty of St. Regis, Mumbai, studded with ace designers and stylized models, calls in for a week of creativity, elegance and grandeur.

  • The it girl!

    She is gorgeous and she is known to turn heads wherever she goes, be it television or films, her latest venture online will be something that no one in India has ventured into, chat show on ‘sex’, so clearly Mandana Karimi is out here to ensure the eyeballs are on her, and are there to stay on her.

  • Santa Banta Pvt Ltd do a golmaal

    Boman Irani and Vir Das who are all set to tickle your funny bones with Santa Banta Pvt Ltd, will be seen riding customized bike in the film. The bike was especially designed keeping in mind their personality in mind. The black bike looks absolutely stylish. However this is not the first time we have had customised bikes for movies, another rib-tickler golmaal too saw modified bikes which were quite a sight,

  • arpita baby

    Arpita’s baby boy brings happiness in bleak times

    Khandaan as we fondly call Salim Khan’s illustrious family has been going through tough times. There have been rumours about Sohail and Seema Khan heading for a divorce, there have already been press releases stating Malaika and Arbaaz Khan have decided to take a break from their marriage and look within to see what life has in store for them. With Salman in Punjab for Sultan, the smiles and laughter from the

  • Single shot soon to provide condom-free sex for a year!

    New York: The long wait for a durable and yet reversible male contraceptive may finally come to an end soon as researchers have found that a single injection of a new contraceptive called Vasalgel can provide males condom-free sex for a year. Men currently have few options for reproductive control, including condoms and vasectomy. While condoms are widely available and useful in preventing disease when used correctly, they have an 18 percent

  • Spirituality For Peace & Harmony

    The aim of every religion is to make a person pious and a good citizen. But as time passed, every religion degenerated. So, it would be wrong to condemn all religions or to reject everything in any one religion. However, if any religion instigates its followers against others or gives its votaries some kind of frenzy and makes much zealots who would pull out swords against followers of other faiths, then that

  • Smoking risks health by altering bacterial balance in mouth

    Washington D.C : Smokers, if you didn’t have enough reasons to kick the butt, then a new study is giving you one more: smoking alters bacterial balance in mouth, putting you at many health risks. The study led by NYU Langone Medical Center and its Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center found that smoking drastically alters the oral microbiome, the mix of roughly 600 bacterial species that live in people’s mouths.

  • City girl Shraddha Shree nominated for `Best Pop Song` at GiMA awards

    New Delhi: The city based winner of the inaugural edition of the Max Life Insurance i-genius Young Singing Stars (YSS) Shraddha Shree has been nominated in the `Best Pop Song’ category for her song ‘Khuda Mere’ at the upcoming Global Indian Music Academy Awards (GiMA), which is to be held in Mumbai.

  • Unions call nationwide strike on September 2

    New Delhi: Central trade unions today said they will go on one-day nationwide strike on September 2 to protest against unilateral amendments in labour laws and the governments’ indifference towards their 12-points charter of demands.

  • Sad songs may help you better cope with grief

    London: Feeling blue? Listening to gloomy numbers may help as new research has found that sad songs help people come to terms with grief more effectively than happy tracks, and could actually help them cope with grief. Researchers looked at the listening habits of around 450 people going through a range of emotions and circumstances.

  • Manish Malhotra presents nature-inspired collection at LFW

    Mumbai: Bollywood celebrities Arjun Kapoor and Jacqueline Fernandez turned showstoppers for the ace designer Manish Malhotra as he opened the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016 with his collection titled “Elements”.

  • Court Order

    Uttarakhand crisis: Floor test stayed till 7 April

    Nainital – Tomorrow’s floor test in Uttarakhand Assembly, ordered by a single judge of the High Court, was today stayed by the Division Bench till April 7, giving yet another twist to the continuing political drama in
    the state.

  • Emotional sufferings in young age can lead to joblessness

    London: Suffering from emotional problems in adolescence is a key risk factor for future joblessness irrespective of socio-economic background, says a study. The research found clear evidence that distressed adolescents — who tend to feel nervous or depressed rather than calm or happy — subsequently experienced higher levels of joblessness in early adulthood.

  • New genetic front in war against malaria

    Washington D.C:  They are as old as the dinosaurs and kill nearly 250,000 people a month. The war against malaria is now proceeding on many fronts, from preventative measures to the introduction of more effective drugs.

  • Significance of the Dairy Industry

    Milk and the making of IndiaVideos on Click
    Milk as a consumption item has never failed to excite India. But it was Dr. Kurien who give a new impetus to the supply side of milk as well.  He did this through the NDDB (National Dairy Development Board) and the GCMMF (Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation). And he created the Indian version

  • ‘Twitter2quit’ to help you kick the butt

    New York: Not just news alerts, micro-blogging website Twitter can help smokers kick the butt in a more efficient way than traditional methods, scientists have revealed. The team from the University of California-Irvine and Stanford University found that a real-time, fully automated, Twitter-based smoking intervention programme called “Tweet2Quit” was twice as successful at kicking the habit as those using traditional ways.

  • Uncertainty, a powerful stress producer

    Washington: A new study has found that uncertainty creates more stress than knowing for definite that something unpleasant or painful is about to happen.

  • Clash against India is like David vs Goliath: Sammy

    Mumbai: West Indies captain Darren Sammy has no qualms in conceding that India would be odds-on favourites in tomorrow’s World Twenty20 semifinal clash but insists that his side would be no pushover in what seems like a “David vs Goliath contest”. “I think it is 80-20 to India, so it feels like David vs Goliath contest but people tend to forget David won the fight, so it’s something similar to that,” said Sammy on the eve of
    the clash here.