Free Press Journal
  • Pia bajpai’s dream turned a nightmare!

    It is not easy to be an actor, they keep saying that but it is truly one of the most physically exhausting experiences of a layman. For Pia Bajpai the first experience with the 70mm will be etched in her mind for ever. Given Pia isn’t absolutely new to the world of glamour, she is relatively a well-known face on television given she has featured in more commercials than she cares to

  • Democrat Senator breaks ranks to back Sanders, explains why

    New York: Senator Jeff Merkley, Democrat from Oregon, has broken ranks with his party colleagues to openly back Bernie Sanders for president. In a piece carried in The New York Times Wednesday, Merkley wrote: “After considering the biggest challenges facing our nation and the future I want for my children and our country, I have decided to become the first member of the Senate to support my colleague Bernie Sanders for president.”

  • Aditya has A champion!

    They first met on the sets of Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, since then there are very few who know that Ranbir Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapoor have remained well in touch. While calling and catching up is not a liberty the stars have most of the time, both these dudes are people who have ensured thatthey don’t sign more than they can do, so they do ensure that as and when there

  • IPL being targetted, won’t be easy to shift matches: BCCI

    New Delhi: Stumped by Bombay High Court’s order of shifting 13 IPL matches from drought-hit Maharashtra, the BCCI today said the cash-rich league is being targetted unfairly and it won’t be easy to move out games midway through the tournament.

  • India edged 1-2 by New Zealand, drop to third spot in Azlan Shah Cup

    Ipoh (Malaysia): India’s hockey team lost 1-2 to New Zealand to slide to the third spot in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup here on Wednesday. After a slow beginning, Kane Russel gave the New Zealanders the lead in the 29th minute from a penalty corner. Mandeep Singh equalised for India in the 36th minute but Nick Wilson (41st) struck his fourth goal of the tournament to clinch the encounter for the defending

  • US House Speaker Paul Ryan rules out presidential bid

    Washington: US House Speaker Paul Ryan has definitively ruled out a bid for president this year, insisting that the Republican Party’s choice should emerge from the group of candidates who pursued the nomination. “Count me out,” the 2012 vice presidential candidate told reporters yesterday. In a statement at the Republican National Committee headquarters, the Wisconsin Republican sought to calm rampant speculation that he would emerge as the nominee from a potentially contested convention.

  • Stephen Hawking Russian billionaire to build interstellar spaceships

    New York: World-renowned British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking on Tuesday teamed up with Russian billionaire Yuri Milner and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a $100 million effort to make tiny spaceships capable of interstellar space travel.

  • Kohli’s consistency, adaptability is phenomenal: Laxman

    Bengaluru: Indian batting legend V.V.S. Laxman heaped praise on star batsman Virat Kohli for his consistency in T20s and termed his adaptability to any situation “phenomenal”. Kohli, skipper of Indian Premier League (IPL) side Royal Challengers Bangalore, struck a quickfire 75 alongside A.B. De Villiers’ 82 which steered his team to a 45-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Tuesday.

  • Inky the octopus makes great escape from N Zealand aquarium

    Wellington: An octopus the size of a rugby ball made an audacious escape through a narrow pipe at New Zealand’s National Aquarium, reports said, with the “great escape artist” returning to the ocean.

  • South Korea’s ruling party to lose par majority: exit polls

    Seoul: South Korea’s conservative ruling party may have lost its parliamentary majority in today’s general election, exit polls by three TV channels showed. The polls said the Saenuri Party was forecast to win between 118 and 147 seats in the 300-member National Assembly. The main opposition Minjoo Party was expected to secure between 97 and 128 and the splinter opposition People’s Party to win between 31 and 43 seats.

  • New method may help detect gravitational waves

    Melbourne: Scientists have discovered new technology that may identify gravitational waves throughout ‘the observable universe’, instead of detecting them a billion light years away.

  • BCCI introduces regional language content on IPL website

    New Delhi: The BCCI is introducing video content in regional languages on its website in order to reach out to a larger audience and make the ninth edition of the Indian Premier League 2016 more exciting. These special programmes will be hosted in Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi and Tamil by a panel of celebrity experts such as Rameez Raja, Anjum Chopra, Sanjay Manjrekar and Laxman Sivaramakrishnan.

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Food For Healthy Mind & Body

    Most of us eat food inorder to derive energy, however it would be surprising to know that of all the species, man is the only living being who dislikes raw food found in its natural state. As compared to animals who eat things as they are , man boils, fries, melts, mixes and adopts various methods of cooking in order to satisfy the cravings of the tongue, the eye and the nose.

  • JIT to investigate money laundering charges against Pak’s MQM chief

    Islamabad: A joint investigation team (JIT) has been formed to investigate money laundering charges against Pakistan’s Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain. Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Islamabad’s Director Mazharul Haq Kakakhel with comprising representatives of intelligence agencies will head the team and the team has been given 30 days to complete its work, reports Dawn.

  • Indian-origin researcher helps create novel flexible camera

    New York: A team led by an Indian-origin professor at Columbia University has created a novel sheet camera that can be wrapped around everyday objects to capture images that cannot be taken with one or more conventional cameras.

  • Five six cups of coffee daily can fight fatty liver disease

    London: If you drink five-six cups of coffee daily, here come some good news. According to researchers, increase in coffee consumption can provide protective effect against non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

  • Tamil Nadu needs a BJP government: Amit Shah

    Chennai: BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday urged the people of Tamil Nadu to vote for his party, saying it could provide the alternative to existing political parties in the state.