Free Press Journal
  • Kangana has a new love??

    Off late the only thing we have heard about Kangana Ranaut is her on-going legal battle with Hrithik Roshan. While though currently everything seems to be stuck in a limbo there is still no closure in the battle. The words are growing angrier even today and the by standers are still watching to know which one would give up the battle first. But looks like the fire has kind of burnt out

  • Ola cabs

    Small is big: Ola takes Micro to six more cities

    New Delhi: Transportation app Ola today said it has expanded its affordable service Micro to six more cities, including Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Bhubaneswar, as it looks to overtake rival Uber in terms of number of rides. Micro, which is Ola’s most affordable, offering economy AC cab ride for Rs 6 per km, is now available in 13 cities across India, Ola said in a statement.

  • Madhesi agitation became futile due to India’s policy change: Oli

    Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli has said the agitation by Madhesis became futile after India changed its policy. Presenting a 12-page political document during the ongoing CPN-UML party politburo meeting, Oli — who is also chairman of CPN-UML, the second largest party in parliament — claimed that India resiled from supporting the Madhesi movement following increasing international criticism during the unofficial blockade of supplies to Nepal.

  • Aishwarya Rai isn’t ad-ing up!

    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is one of the biggest names where brand equity is concerned. People are always flocking all around her hoping she would give them a little chance and a little discount. But apparently all that is changing.

  • SC raps Govt for not giving MGNREGA funds in drought-hit areas

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today pulled up the Centre for not releasing adequate funds to states for MGNREGA and asked it to give details of expenditure on the scheme in drought-hit states, saying relief has to be provided now and not after one year.

  • Go fit Bollywood ishtyle!

    We have forever tried to make the best of our bodies being inspired by our cinemascope glam-gurus, they are perhaps the best influence when it comes to getting into shape. Given ours is very unlike other film industries and we do expect our actresses to look a certain way and carry themselves with most panache, it is obvious that having them as our role models is ideal.

  • Six TTP militants killed in Lahore encounter

    Lahore: Six suspected militants belonging to a splinter group of the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed in an ‘encounter’ on Wednesday. A Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) spokesperson said the police received information that nine to ten suspects belonging to the Ustad Aslam Group of the banned TTP were present near Tallat Park in Kachi Abadi Sherakot, Lahore.

  • BCCI will have to discuss if Dravid is the right man: Thakur

    New Delhi: BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur today said that the cricket board will have to deliberate over Rahul Dravid’s candidature before taking any decision on India’s next coach but assured that the right person will be selected at the appropriate time. With Ravi Shastri’s contract as Team Director coming to an end after the completion of ICC World T20, Dravid’s name has been doing the rounds for the job.

  • Touching man-like robot can stir emotions in humans

    New York: Robots having close resemblance with humanoid robot movie characters like C-3PO and Wall-E, which are seen as “friendly, non-threatening computers”, can evoke emotional response from humans, a study has found.

  • Greater thinking required before signing FTAs: Kochhar

    New Delhi: Sounding a note of caution on free trade pacts, ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochhar today said there should be “greater thinking” while signing FTAs as they have yielded more benefits to India’s partner countries.

  • Study shows how oxygen can kill DNA

    Moscow: A new study by an international team of scientists has revealed conditions under which a body produces more superoxide — a dangerous form of oxygen with the capability to destruct DNA.

  • How our lungs respond during asthma attacks

    London: Scientists have discovered a new biochemical process, which reveals how the lungs operate during normal functioning and during asthma — a chronic respiratory condition marked by difficulty in breathing.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Make moral & spiritual education compulsory

    The Education system in India undergoes change every five years when a new government comes to rule. It’s a fact that we all have witnessed over last few years specifically. It should also be noted that ever since India adopted the present Constitution, the word secularism has been bandied about wrongly so as to block all efforts to introduce moral and spiritual education. Even though one Education Commission after another has recommended

  • Chinese hackers possibly behind Bangladesh bank heist: Philippines senator

    Manila: Possibly Chinese hackers were behind a 81 million dollar theft from the Bangladesh central bank, one of the world’s biggest cyber heists, said a senator in the Philippines , Ralph Recto, during a Senate inquiry in capital Manila. On February, unidentified hackers had stolen money from the Bangladesh Bank’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York funneled it through a Manila branch of the Rizal Commercial Banking Corp (RCBC) to

  • Walnuts can help us stay healthy as we age

    Washington D.C : Walnuts have innumerable health benefits and now, a recent study has revealed that their daily consumption can help ward off age-related health issues.

  • Vietnam’s prime minister steps down after 10 years in office

    Hanoi: Vietnam’s prime minister stepped down today after 10 years in office, leaving behind a mixed legacy of promoting failed state enterprises but at the same time attracting foreign investment and daring to challenge China. In a formal vote, 430 of 462 members of the rubber-stamp National Assembly voted to remove Nguyen Tan Dung, three months before the end of his term, the government said on its website.

  • When it comes to oral sex, gender gap exists in attitudes

    Washington D.C: Like other forms of gender gap, women may be losing out in the bedroom, as well. A new study has suggested that females may also be missing out on receiving oral sex in their relationships.

  • Maharashtra FDA seizes cigarettes worth Rs 273 crore

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has seized cigarettes worth Rs 273 crore from several parts of the state for alleged violation of the Centre’s new rule on the size of health warnings on packets. FDA joint commissioner Harish Baijal said the seizures happened on Monday in a series of coordinated raids across Maharashtra.

  • Cricket Australia confirm Sri Lanka tour

    Melbourne: Cricket Australia (CA) on Wednesday confirmed they will play their first Test series in Sri Lanka in more than five years, with a three-match series beginning on July 26 in Kandy. The Australians will embark on a two-month tour of the island nation from July 11, playing three Tests, five One-Days and two T20 Internationals, cricket.com.au said.