Free Press Journal
  • Eat pears regularly to improve BP, heart functions

    New York: Consuming pears everyday may improve blood pressure and vascular function in middle-aged people with metabolic syndrome (Mets), a study has found. Mets is a cluster of major cardiovascular risk factors highly linked to the development of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and type II diabetes.

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    We shouldn’t make big deal about women empowerment: Neha Dhupia

    New Delhi – Actress Neha Dhupia says she doesn’t understand the hue and cry around women’s empowerment in showbiz as change has already seeped in. The former beauty queen feels that “the more we talk about it, the more we sound like we need it”.

  • Tamannaah, Ranveer in Rohit Shetty’s next

    Mumbai – Filmmaker Rohit Shetty, who last directed “Dilwale”, now plans to make his next with Ranveer Singh and Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead.

  • Iceland government survives confidence vote

    Reykjavik: Iceland’s parliament has rejected an opposition motion of no-confidence in the new government, which is struggling to shake off revelations from the leaked “Panama Papers” which have already forced the prime minister to step down. There were no dissenting voices among the majority government’s ranks and the motion was, as expected, rejected by 38 votes to 25 after an hour-and-a-half of debate. Another motion, calling for the immediate dissolution of parliament

  • Belgium arrests Paris attacks suspect Abrini, four others

    Brussels: Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini was arrested along with four other people in a series of raids linked to the deadly Brussels airport and metro bombings, federal prosecutors said. Yesterday’s arrests mark an important step in the investigation into the cell believed to have carried out both the November 13 attacks that killed 130 people in Paris and the March 22 bombings that left 32 dead in Brussels. Both attacks

  • 85-year old man kills wife, son over use of AC

    Angamaly (Ker): An 85-year old man allegedly killed his wife and ailing son in their house here for using the air conditioner disregarding his diktat against it to bring down the rising power bill, police said.

  • Sandip Soparrkar, Jesse Randhawa separate

    Mumbai: Choreographer Sandip Soparrkar and his wife model-turned actress Jesse Randhawa have decided to live separately for a while.

  • ‘The Jungle Book’ gets over Rs.10 crore opening in India

    Mumbai: It was a good start for Disney’s “The Jungle Book”, which brings the story of a young boy straight out of an Indian jungle, with the film raking in over Rs.10 crore ($1.5 million) nett on the opening day itself in India.

  • Here’s how Chinese medicinal plant help treat cancer

    Washington D.C: A team of scientists has helped crack one of the secrets of a plant used as the traditional Chinese medicine. The research led by Professor Cathie Martin of the John Innes Centre revealed how a plant used in traditional Chinese medicine produces compounds which may help to treat cancer and liver diseases.

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    All eyes on ‘King Carlos’ as Delhi Daredevils face KKR

    Kolkata – Just a week after his unbelievable exploits in World T20 final made him the toast of the cricketing world, Carlos Brathwaite will be back at the Eden Gardens all guns blazing for Delhi Daredvils when they take on Kolkata Knight Riders in an IPL cricket match here tomorrow.

  • Azhar has been an amazing support – Tony D’Souza

    Director Tony D’Souza frankly and very clearly admits he has a film on certain events and incidents in the life on cricketing phenomenon Mohammad Azharuddin. “I was very clear on this. I needed to tell a story that would connect with the maximum number of people in the audience. So without tampering with facts or twisting accuracy we’ve tried to tell a dramatic story with plenty of twists and turns,” says Tony.

  • No rift between Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha over Love Games

    Who is spreading stories of a rift between actor Rajkummar Rao and his girlfriend Patralekha? Neither of the two love birds, for sure. They are not only happily together, but the reason given for their differences – the sizzling seductive scenes Patralekha has done in her post-launch film Love Games – is according to Rajkummar, utterly absurd.

  • Does curiosity kill more than the cat?

    Washington D.C : Curiosity may have made us the most successful species, but it has also killed some cats, suggests a new study. The study showed that our curiosity is sometimes so powerful that it leads us to choose potentially painful and unpleasant outcomes that have no apparent benefits, even when we have the ability to avoid these outcomes altogether.

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    I am a law-abiding citizen of the country – Amitabh Bachchan

    Earlier this week the industry and the nation was shocked when it was revealed that Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with many others featured prominently in the Panama Papers that listed people with off shore accounts for black money. Following this disclosure, Bachchan issued a statement denying any involvement in the four companies he was listed as the director of, however a certain section

  • Sajid goes all out to make Tiger’s second film Baaghi, a biggie

    2014 – After more than a year of pre-production, shooting, post-production and marketing, Heropanti hit the screens. The film was a runaway hit and Sajid Nadiadwala, who has worked with superstars like Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar on a consistent basis, delivered a success with debutant Tiger Shroff as well. The industry got a new hero and with a Rs. 50 crore success behind him, it was a given that Tiger was much

  • I am making Judwaa 2 only for Varun and Sajid – David Dhawan

    David Dhawan has been out of the limelight and the movie-making loop for more than three years. The last film that he directed was Main Tera Hero which starred his son, the star on the rise Varun Dhawan.

  • Ambedkar’s birth anniv to be observed for 1st time at UN

    United Nations: The birth anniversary of B R Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution and Dalit rights activist, would be observed at the United Nations for the first time with focus on combating inequalities to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. The Permanent Mission of India to the UN in association with the Kalpana Saroj Foundation and Foundation For Human Horizon will commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of Ambedkar on April 13 at

  • Azharuddin’s son set for film debut

    Chennai: Former Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin’s son Abbas is all set to make his cinematic debut with upcoming Telugu entertainer “Iddariki Kottegaa”, which is likely to be launched very soon.