Free Press Journal
  • Abuse, hate keep us alive and worthy: Big B

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan feels people who don’t admire us and rather abuse and hate us are equally important in our lives as they keep us “alive and worthy”.

  • Peace talks with India to go ahead: Pakistan

    Islamabad: The Pakistani fore­ign office has rejected a notion that the peace process between Islamabad and India was suspended, saying it remained engaged with New Delhi.

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    Sridevi visits Meenakshi Amman Temple

    Mumbai: Veteran actress Sridevi has visited the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai to seek blessings along with her friends.

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    Here’s how ‘Palak’ left SRK speechless

    New Delhi: Spilling the beans about the royal gala night that was organised for Prince William and Kate Middleton, Shah Rukh Khan has revealed how ‘palak’ left him speechless.

  • How deep sleep consolidates recent memories

    New York: A team of US researchers has for the first time decoded how deep sleep — also called slow-wave sleep — is involved in promoting the consolidation of recent memories in our brain.

  • New implantable device may help shrink pancreatic tumours

    Washington: MIT researchers have developed a small, implantable device that delivers chemotherapy drugs directly to pancreatic tumours, and can potentially help shrink the tumours to a size where a surgeon can remove them.

  • Press Council, Govt at loggerheads over media body’s powers

    New Delhi: The Press Council of India(PCI) and the Government were at loggerheads over the issue of the media body’s powers after it decided to serve a bailable arrest warrant against Union I and B Ministry Secretary Sunil Arora for failing to appear before it following summons.

  • Pakistan must act against all militant groups: US

    Washington: The US has asked Pakistan to target all militant groups, including the LeT, after release of a State Department cable which suggested strong links between the notorious spy agency ISI and the Haqqani Network.

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    Delhi Police increases security cover of Kanhaiya, Umar Khalid

    New Delhi: The security cover of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar and Umar Khalid have been increased following an alert by the Delhi Police.

  • Revealed Alia Bhatts look in Udta Punjab

    ‘Absolutely unrecognisable’ will be the immediate reaction of anyone who sees Alia Bhatt’s first look in the much awaited film ‘Udta Punjab’. Readers may recall that had brought to you the first looks of Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor, both of whom were stunning in the respective looks of a rockstar and a doctor respectively.

  • ‘I am similar to my character Gia except that I am hopelessly romantic’, says Barkha Singh

    She is bold. She is the new age girl who defines her own rules. Her actions are akin to her thoughts which define the veracity of her individuality, thereby conveying a new significance of being woman. She gained recognition from & TV’s popular Bhagyalakshmi and currently she is the popular face of MTV’s Girls On Top. Talking exclusively with The Free Press Journal, Barkha Singh speaks about stereotyping, her ideologies and much

  • Chance for Sunrisers to register season’s first win

    Hyderabad: Eyeing their first win of the season, Sunrisers Hyderabad would be looking to put up an improved show in their home ground where they lock horns with Kolkata Knight Riders, who would also be keen to get back to winning ways in the Indian Premier League here tomorrow.