Free Press Journal
  • Anthony Martial thanks Van Gaal for showing faith

    London: Manchester United star striker Anthony Martial has expressed gratitude to manager Louis van Gaal for showing faith in him, saying that the Dutchman has played a major role in his overall development as a player.

  • The mind and the diet plan

    All diet plans begin with a wish in the mind: the wish to become slimmer and look better. Then comes the belief: “If I lose so many kilos, I will become slimmer”. Then comes the knowledge: the way to lose weight, is to eat fewer calories. And so, the battle, the tug-of-war in the mind starts!

  • IPL: RCB aim to continue good form against Delhi 

    Bengaluru: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will aim to continue their promising start to the season when they take on Delhi Daredevils in an Indian Premier League (IPL) clash at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Weekly Prediction 17 to 23 April 2016

    Aries:- Your smooth sailing love ship might run into troubled waters. Stay calm and have faith. Blames at work place business society may upset you. You will be thinking much about your future and old age life and this may increase your tension about finances. Start of the week is good for you so it will be better not to spend more time with friends and also not to keep on postponing

  • Elderly magazine editor in Bangladesh arrested for sedition

    Dhaka: An 81-year-old well-known pro- opposition magazine editor in Bangladesh was today arrested for sedition and his alleged involvement in an abduction plot of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s son in the US last year, police said.

  • Bernie Sanders says he met with Pope Francis

    Rome: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said in an interview that he met with Pope Francis today, describing the meeting as a “real honour.” Sanders told The Associated Press that the meeting took place before the pope left for his one-day visit to Greece.

  • A Walk Down Memory Lane…with Jane Fonda

    Missed “Cat Ballou” in 1965 but by then Jane Fonda had made a name for herself for her fitness exercises and as an actress. As Cat Ballou she is the woman who hires a notorious gunman to protect her father’s ranch and later to avenge his murder. She then becomes a revenge-seeking outlaw.

  • Celebs who fought for life!

    Hrithik Roshan, who was treated for a life-threatening clot in the brain, had remarked, “I am absolutely fantastic. Even with the hole in my brain, my spirit is intact.” Privileged and pampered yes, but also tougher than expected when grave illness attacked. Equally commendable has been the act of sharing challenges to inspire and aid. Who would have expected a superstar of Amitabh Bachchan’s stature to come forward and talk about his

  • Women denied equal pay despite being highly educated

    New York: Women are at par with men in education but have failed to secure equal access to quality jobs and representation in the government, finds a global study that suggests the need for greater policy interventions to close gender barriers.

  • Kangana to holiday like a ‘Queen’

    Post an intense and a gruelling shoot schedule and juggling with élan a hectic line-up of commitments, Bollywood’s reigning star Kangana Ranaut will finally be taking a much-needed break. Post the wrap-up of the final leg of Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Rangoon’, which is scheduled in a week’s time, the three-time National Award-winner plans to take a solo trip to an undisclosed location in Europe or Australia, quite like her character Rani

  • Promotion Commotion

    Link-ups, break-ups, new passions, lost causes – everything is but grist to the mill of movie promotions, says Nichola Pais.

  • Electrical brain stimulation enhances creativity: study

    Washington: Safe levels of electrical stimulation can enhance your capacity to think more creatively, according to a new study. Researchers from the Georgetown University Medical Centre (GUMC) in US used Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to stimulate an area of the brain known to be associated with creativity in combination with giving test subjects verbal cues to think more creatively.

  • Sunny has worked hard to act well in One Night Stand

    Actress Sunny Leone says that she can’t wait to see the reaction of audiences to her forthcoming romantic drama film “One Night Stand” as she has worked hard to act well in this film.

  • Cannot attempt to sing a song again: SRK

    He may have sung just one song in his nearly 25 year-long acting career, but superstar Shah Rukh Khan says he cannot imagine going through the process of recording a track again.

  • New system finds security flaws in popular web apps

    New York: US researchers have created a new system that can quickly comb through tens of thousands of lines of application code to find security flaws in popular web-based apps.

  • Hollande a no-hoper if he stands for re-election: poll

    Paris: Beleaguered President Francois Hollande would not make it past the first round of France’s presidential election next year, should he choose to stand, according to a new survey.

  • The Bose Brothers and Indian Independence

    With access to diaries, notes, photographs and private correspondence, this book, written by a member of the Bose family, brings to light previously unpublished material on Netaji and Sarat Chandra Bose.