Free Press Journal
  • Domingo baffled by Proteas’ collapse in World T20

    Johannesburg: After being knocked out of the ongoing World Twenty20 tournament in India, South African coach Russell Domingo has admitted that he is puzzled by his side’s poor performance on the big stage. The Proteas’ hopes of winning their first international title were dented after they suffered a three-wicket defeat at the hands of West Indies in their third group match at Vidarbha Cricket Stadium in Nagpur.

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    Need lot of match practice before Olympics: fit-again Saina

    New Delhi: Ravaged by injuries in the past six months, Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal says she has gone through the most challenging time of her career and needs to get as much match practice as possible going into the Olympic Games in August this year.

  • Invest and make in India: Jaitley to Australian businesses

    Sydney – Inviting Australian businesses to “invest and make in India”, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said sectors like railways, defence and manufacturing now offer huge scope for foreign investments with liberalised FDI norms.

  • Negative feedback may trigger immoral behaviour among workers

    New York: Do you have a workplace atmosphere sans motivation and constant cribbing from your boss about performance? The negative feedback from seniors may lead to endorsement of immoral behaviour in employees, warns a study. “Strongly held professional goals, when combined with public criticism of our potential in that field, can have unintended effects on ethical behaviour for some,” said lead researcher Ana Gantman from New York University.

  • Vegetarian diet makes Indians more prone to colon cancer

    New York: A vegetarian diet has led to a gene mutation that may make Indians more susceptible to inflammation, and by association, increased risk of heart disease and colon cancer, says a study. Researchers from Cornell University analysed frequencies of the mutation in 234 primarily vegetarian Indians and 311 US individuals. They found the gene variant associated with a vegetarian diet in 68 percent of the Indians and in just 18 percent of Americans.

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    Mallya offers to pay up Rs 4,000 crore, SC told

    New Delhi – The Supreme Court was told on Wednesday that beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya has on Wednesday morning offered to pay Rs 4,000 crore for settling outstanding dues against the grounded Kingfisher Airlines on account of loans extended to it by a consortium of 13 banks headed by the State Bank of India.

  • Hrithik Roshan gets into legal trouble for his ‘Pope’ tweet

    Amidst the ongoing ugly spat between Hrithik Roshan and Kangna Ranaut, Hrithik has landed in legal trouble once again due to his tweet on the ‘Pope’ that was posted by him on his official Twitter handle, two months ago. The actor has now been slapped with a legal notice by a certain Abraham Mathai for hurting religious sentiments.

  • Deepika Padukone

    Deepika Padukone skips ‘Bajirao Mastani’ party

    After the National awards were announced on Monday, the team of ‘Bajirao Mastani’ which won 7 National awards including Best Director for Sanjay Leela Bhansali decided to throw an impromptu party at a restaurant in Bandra, Mumbai.

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    Sanjay Leela Bhansali to sign Shah Rukh Khan for his next

    When two megastars come together, the result is a film like ‘Devdas’ which had grandeur, costumes, colour and most of all, a heart wrenching love story at the backdrop. It’s been a while since audience have been waiting eagerly to see the magic of Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Shah Rukh Khan once again on screen and it seems that their wish may be fulfilled soon. Our sources tell us that Sanjay Leela

  • Pathankot probe: Pak JIT meets NIA officials

    New Delhi – After visiting the site of the Pathankot terror attack yesterday, the Pakistan Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Wednesday met National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials here at their headquarters.

  • Virtual Earth-space telescope reveals new details of Milky Way

    New York: Astronomers have created a virtual Earth-space radio telescope more than 100,000 miles across — a super-high resolution that reveals new details of a quasar and our Milky Way. The researchers were surprised when their Earth-space system revealed a temperature hotter then 10 trillion degrees.

  • Uttarakhand crisis: BJP has strangulated democracy, says ally Sena

    Mumbai – Shiv Sena today came out strongly against ally BJP over imposition of President’s rule in Uttarakhand, saying it had “strangulated democracy” in the name of morality and cautioned that this may create
    instability and anarchy in the country.

  • Painful periods may spell higher risk of heart attack

    New York: Young women with heavy and painful periods due to a disorder called endometriosis — abnormal growth of uterine tissue — are three times as likely to develop heart attack compared to those without the disorder, says a study. In endometriosis — which is also associated with infertility — tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside of it.

  • Check out Richa Chadhas look in ‘Paani Paani’

    Here is a picture of lead actress Richa Chadha from the song ‘Paani Paani’ in the film Cabaret. The song was launched on Wednesday, March 30. T-Series and Wave Cinemas’ Ponty Chadha in association with Raju Chadha present a Fisheye Network Productions’ Cabaret directed by Kaustav Narayan Niyogi.

  • Confirm! Bipasha Basu to tie knot with Karan Singh Grover

    Bipasha Basu has been making headlines for the past two years for dating her Alone costar Karan Singh Grover. Well after the numerous rumours of the two getting hitched soon, we finally have confirmation. Apparently, the duo will be tying the knot next month.

  • HealthCare Global makes weak debut; shares tumble 19.5%

    Mumbai: Shares of cancer-care network operator HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) made a weak debut at the bourses today, plummeting 19.5 per cent, over the issue price of Rs 218. The scrip debuted at Rs 209.80, down 3.76 per cent as compared to the issue price, on BSE. Later, as the trade progressed, the stock came under extreme selling pressure, plummeting 19.51 per cent to hit a low of Rs 175.45.

  • Don’t have to be a star kid to survive in industry: Ayushmann

    Mumbai: Star kids are launched in a grand way in Bollywood but actor Ayushmann Khurrana feels that they are no longer given preferential treatment and one does not need to fall into that bracket to survive in the industry.

  • 10 Most Anticipated Bike Launches of the Year

    The Indian two-wheeler market has been flooded with new and exciting models every year. While on one hand, there are some really appealing cruisers on sale, the sportbikes are no less with endless options on offer. The people have also started looking out more for performance bikes rather than just craving for mileage and commuter motorcycles over the years.