Free Press Journal
  • ‘Leafy’ neighbourhood adds years to your life

    Washington :  Women live longer in areas with more green vegetation, according to a new study which found that females with the highest levels of greenness near their homes had a 12 per cent lower death rate compared to ones with the lowest levels of vegetation near their homes, says PTI.

  • Education does not lessen gender pay gap

    Washington D.C :  Though they now receive almost as much education as men, women are still paid less than their male counterparts, according to a recent study, says ANI.

  • Too much noise can damage your baby’s brain development

    Washington D.C :  We have long known that too much noise damages our ears, but did you know that it also may pose a risk to your head? As per a recent study, it can affect our brain development, says ANI.

  • Prostate cancer: hormone therapy ups depression

    New York :  Elderly men being treated with hormone therapy for prostate cancer are likely to experience an increased risk of depression, a study has found, says IANS.

  • 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, says IANS.

  • Your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan 18 Oct 2017

    Aries:- While trading in stock market you might be in a tense situation today, don’t get panic and try to maintain your mind calm and stable. Bad news followed by good news is likely today.

  • Zero B Kitchen Mate

    Ion Exchange (India) Limited, India’s largest water management company under its flagship brand ZERO B introduces Kitchen Mate, a phenomenal breakthrough world over in the reverse osmosis based home water purification with ESS (Electrolytic System Sanitizer) technology first of its kind that protect storage tank water from slime formation 24 x7.

  • DIGISOL’s new offering is a perfect combination of efficiency and convenience

    DIGISOL the networking brand of Smartlink Network Systems Ltd. has introduced its 8 port PoE, Lite Managed Switch. The DG-GS1510HPL is the most compact (height: 2.65 cm) managed, cost-effective PoE switch with powerful software and security features. It supports 8 10/100/1000BASE-T ports, along with 2 Gigabit SFP ports.

  • Ambrane India unveils triple output Power Bank

    Today’s fast-paced world requires that you stay connected and on top of your game every time. Making sure that your phone continues to work and play with you, Ambrane India one of the leading IT brands in computer peripherals, Mobile Accessories and No. 1 in Power Banks unveils the first in India ‘Triple Output 10000mAh Power Bank P-1122’ exclusively with Paytm.

  • Mother Dairy launches Nolen Gur flavoured ice-creams

    Instilled with the promise of Happy Food Happy People, Mother Dairy (Delhi), milk and dairy products major, launched the Nolen Gur flavoured ice cream, one of the most loved eastern region speciality.

  • NRI interests & India Budget – A N Shanbhag

    First and foremost, it has to be remembered that as far as NRIs are concerned, various tax deductions and facilities applicable to Residents are equally applicable to the NRIs’ Indian income.

  • General insurers’ premium mop-up hits Rs 96,400 cr

    Mumbai :  General insurance industry has missed the ambitious target of crossing the Rs 1 lakh-crore mark in premium collection by a small margin at Rs 96,401 crore, up almost 14 per cent in the just concluded fiscal.

  • Lucknow Metro shuttering collapses; 8 hurt, no loss of life

    Lucknow: Eight labourers were injured, one of them seriously, when a shuttering between two under- construction pillars of Lucknow metro, a flagship project of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, collapsed here today. However, there was no loss of life, District Magistrate Raj Shekhar said. He said eight workers were at the site when the incident occurred and all of them were taken out and rushed to a hospital.

  • US citizens warned in wake of threat against Islamabad’s Marriott Hotel

    Islamabad: The US citizens in Islamabad have been advised to avoid the area near the Marriott hotel in Islamabad for the next several days to allow time to assess the situation. The US citizens have been reminded that there is an active travel warning for Pakistan issued in April 2016 and a worldwide travel alert was issued on November 2015.

  • Meghalaya to host meet on child adoption

    New Delhi: Over 400 delegates from various parts of the northeastern states will participate in a day-long conference in Meghalaya on Monday to strengthen the norms for child adoption in the region, an official statement said.

  • Lankan Navy to provide security to Straits of Malacca and Singapore

    Colombo: The Sri Lankan Navy will initiate a broader maritime security program to provide safeguard in the region from Maldives to Straits of Malacca and Singapore. Captain Akram Alavi said the program was initiated based on a proposal forwarded by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, reports Lanka page.