Free Press Journal
  • Aadhaar set to cross 100 cr mark, aims to boost govt plans

    New Delhi – Aadhaar enrolments are set to cross the 100 crore mark in a couple of days, a development which will boost the government’s plan to provide subsidies and benefits under various social sector schemes directly.

  • Mother’s antibacterial soap use may affect baby’s gut bacteria

    New York: Use of antibacterial bar soap, especially those containing a compound called triclocarban (TCC), during pregnancy and breast-feeding may alter the offspring’s composition of intestinal bacteria and other micro-organisms, called the gut microbiota, a study warns. The gut microbiota contains both beneficial and harmful microbes, and changes in its normal composition are linked to diseases including obesity, diabetes, irritable bowel disease, colon cancer, multiple sclerosis and asthma.

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    Bipolar phase of Honey Singh was difficult: Vinnil Markan

    Mumbai – Director Vinnil Markan of Yo Yo Honey Singh’s upcoming film “Zorawar” says the phase when the rapper-actor was battling with bipolar disorder was an extremely difficult one.

  • Sunscreen can put your sperms at risk

    Washington D.C. : Turns out, sunscreens can be used as a male contraceptive! A new study has revealed that some of its ingredients may disrupt sperm cell function. The Danish study found that many ultraviolet (UV)-filtering chemicals commonly used in sunscreens interfere with the function of human sperm cells and some mimic the effect of the female hormone progesterone, a new study finds.

  • Soon, drugs to halt accelerated onset of diabetic eye disease

    Washington D.C. : A team of researchers has identified a candidate biomarker of accelerated onset diabetic retinopathy, bringing new therapies closer to reality. The researchers from Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Schepens Eye Research Institute have shown an association between a defective myogenic response, the regulatory increase or decrease in blood pressure to keep blood flow within the vessels of the retina constant, and early, accelerated development of retinopathy in patients with type

  • Modern masters for sale at Art Exhibit 2016

    New Delhi : Art works of modern masters including Jehangir Sabavala, F. N. Souza, J. Swaminathan and S.H. Raza will be up for sale at an exhibition here next week. Presented by Global Art Hub, an online marketplace for art, the three-day ‘Art Exhibit 2016 – Masters of Modern Art’, will begin on April 8.

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    Modi, Cameron meet focused on defence and Make in India 

    Washington – Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his British counterpart David Cameron here on the sidelines of Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) during which the two leaders discussed defence co-operation and Make in India issues.

  • Pyongyang test-fires new guided rockets

    Pyongyang: North Korea test-fired “new-type anti-air guided rockets” under the observation of top leader Kim Jong Un .The rockets accurately hit the aerial targets of the simulated enemy, the country’s official KCNA news agency reported Saturday.

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    Proud of my curves: Sonakshi Sinha

    Mumbai – In today’s day and age, when most Bollywood actresses are on a mission to look slim, there is one who is proud of her curves and never wants to lose them. Actress Sonakshi Sinha says that she has always been a curvaceous girl and she would never want to get rid of them.

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    Vijay Mallya not to appear before ED today

    Mumbai, April. 2 (ANI): Former UB group chairman and liquor baron Vijay Mallya, who is wanted by the law enforcing agencies for a default of over Rs. 9, 000 crores, will not appear before the Enforcement Directorate today after he sought an extension up to May.

  • World T20 Semi-final: It wasn’t India’s day

    And they said if we contain Chris Gayle, the match will be in our pocket. Well, Gayle proved a complete non-starter in Mumbai on Thursday evening, and yet we didn’t get the pass to go to Kolkata for the final of the World Twenty:20 on Sunday.

  • No respect for actors these days: Kareena

    For almost 16 years now, Kareena Kapoor Khan has been an integral part of the Hindi film industry. The actress, who has not only given hits but is also known for her critically acclaimed roles, however, says people nowadays don’t show much respect to actors as before.