Free Press Journal
  • Honey Singh

    Yoyo is back

    Yo Yo Honey Singh is back with a bang. The popular rapper-composer-lyricist’s latest composition Raat Jashan Di from his upcoming Punjabi romantic action flick Zorawar have been trending on the digital platforms ever since the party number has been launched. The first song Raat Jashan Diwhich was launched recently with huge fanfare in Delhi in the presence of Honey’s mentor and veteran Punjabi folk singer Gurdas Maan is spearheading with a fantastic

  • Sonu Nigam is magnificent

    Sonu Nigam has proved his mettle as a singer time and again. Not only is he one of the most celebrated singers of Bollywood, all his songs so far have been a huge hit with the masses. And what the singer has done in the film Santa Banta Pvt Ltd is beyond imagination. The magnificent singer has sung the song Tooti in eight different voices. Yes! You read that right. The singer

  • Vikrant Massey 1

    Vikrant likes it raw

    Some people might think that acting is the most glamorous job in the world. But actors have to go through number of things while prepping up for their roles, something some of the most uncomfortable things as well.

  • Breakthrough:HIV cure in sight

    Washington D.C: A cure for HIV has come closer to reality after a team of researchers succeeded in cutting the virus out of infected cells, eradicating it permanently.

  • Firms set terms and perks by seniors’ personality traits

    New York: Companies appear to structure compensation contracts and incentive pay based on seniors’ personality traits and not just firm characteristics, a team of US researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, has found.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    We can excel if we try to

    Aeschylus, a contemporary of Socrates, Lao-tsu, Zoroaster, Buddha and Confucius, who lived during the 5th century B.C. wrote: “Neither does any one, however many wounds he may have received, die unless he has run his allotted term of life; nor does any man, though he sits quietly by the fireside under his own roof, escape his fated doom.” In other words, birth or death is not in our hands. There is a

  • Munitions seized from militants den as blast kills 2 in B’desh

    Dhaka: A huge cache of arms and explosives, including at least 20 grenades, were seized by Bangladeshi police today from a militant hideout where two terrorists were killed in a blast while they were making bombs. “The incident (blast) took place last night. The doctors declared one of the two dead immediately as they were rushed to the hospital while the other succumbed to his wounds later,” a police official said.

  • Teach your kids animal sounds with Google

    New York : Internet giant Google has released a new feature, Google Search, that will enable parents to teach children about different noises that animals make.

  • WICB hits back at Sammy but offers negotiations too

    St John’s(Antigua)/Kolkata: The West Indies Cricket Board today hit back at captain Darren Sammy over his scathing attack on it after the team’s World Twenty20 victory last night but offered to talk to the players on how to resolve the long-standing pay dispute. Sammy gave vent to the team’s frustration with its administrators stating that lack of support from the Board has been disappointing after the team’s second World T20 title triumph, beating England by four wickets.

  • Instability in Afghanistan will affect Pakistan also, says Rabbani

    Kabul: Afghanistan’s Foreign Minister, Salahuddin Rabbani, has forewarned that Pakistan will suffer equally from the deteriorating security situation in his country. Rabbani added that the instability of the two neighboring countries are inter-related,

  • Voting

    93 EVMs malfunction, replaced in Assam during phase-1 polls

    Guwahati: At least 93 Electronic Voting Machines malfunctioned and were replaced during the first phase of Assembly polls in 65 constituencies in Assam, where the two-phase election process started today. Election Commission officials said the number was likely to go up as the day comes to an end.

  • 3D ‘mini-retinas’ grown from human stem cells

    Berlin: Scientists have developed an efficient way to make 3D ‘mini retinas’, which mimic the organ’s tissue organisation, from mouse or human stem cells.

  • Salman arms case: Hearing adjourned till May 7

    Jodhpur: Hearing in a case of Arms Act violation involving Salman Khan was adjourned today till May 7 after the defence counsel sought another chance to produce a witness to prove the actor was innocent.

  • Nonsurgical fibroid therapy can give your libido boost

    Washington DC: Here today, gone tomorrow – sex drive of women with uterine fibroids can be puzzling. Now, a recent study has branded the nonsurgical fibroid treatment as a ‘libido booster’.

  • Ranking of varsities to be an annual affair: Irani

    New Delhi: Asserting that the India Rankings 2016 would immensely help students to choose varsities for higher education, Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani on Monday said that the government is aiming to release these rankings in April every year.

  • Indian eves retain fourth spot in rankings despite World T20 early exit

    Dubai: Indian women’s cricket team have retained their number fourth spot, while Australia managed to sustain their top position in the latest ICC rankings despite losing to newly-crowned World Twenty20 champions West Indies. West Indies pulled off a sensational run-chase to clinch their maiden Women’s World Twenty20 title after defeating defending champions and three-time holders Australia by eight wickets at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.

  • Indian teams to compete in NASA’s rover challenge

    Washington: Four groups of Indian students are part of nearly 80 teams that will participate in the US space agency’s “Human Exploration Rover Challenge” to help NASA realise its goals for future exploration to Mars and beyond.