Free Press Journal
  • Tanuj Virani the romantic!

    If you ask Tanuj Virani what is his idea of complete bliss, he says music. Every time he needs to come to terms with anything music has helped him. “Yes, I love it, need it. I don’t have a particular genre that I favour, I listen to everything. Be it hip hop, EDM, hindi music. I am love music soundtracks. I find them very stimulating….” even item numbers??? Well, it has to

  • Bipasha’s wedding Khan turn intriguing!

    Everyone who hasn’t turned into a hermit crab would know that Bipasha is all set to tie the knot with her hunky boyfriend and costar Karan Singh Grover. While it will be Karan’s third, it il be bipasha’s first and that means a helluva lot of planning on her part. To begin with there is the obvious guest list… though there are some who will certainly not be invited,we are rather amazed to find

  • Paradise returns for Abhishek and Ash!

    Rumours, rumours and more rumours, Bachchan Khandan has never really been without a day when the press has not written or featured them in any ways, off late even the industry had been buzzing with rumours suggesting that all is not well with Abhishek and Aishwarya, however 9years to their marriage all the gossip seems to have died a natural death.

  • Watercress extract detoxifies smokers

    Washington D.C: Research says watercress extract taken multiple times a day significantly inhibits the activation of a tobacco-derived carcinogen in cigarette smokers.

  • Two NASA missions decode intense solar flares

    Washington: Three solar observatories have captured the most comprehensive observations of an electromagnetic phenomenon called a “current sheet”, strengthening the evidence that the understanding of solar flares is correct.

  • Indian diplomat gets top Cyprus award

    London: London-based Indian diplomat Amitav Banerji was conferred one of the highest awards of Cyprus – Commander of the Order of Merit – at a ceremony at the Cypriot high commission in London.

  • Novel way to make electronics out of coal

    Boston: MIT scientists have developed an electrical heating device using thin films of coal for the first time, demonstrating that the material could have a broad range of uses in electronics, solar panels and batteries.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Ishrat case: Jaitley accuses Cong of compromising national security

    New York: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today launched a sharp attack on Congress over the Ishrat Jahan case, accusing it of “seriously compromising” national security for “overt political reasons”. Jaitley, who is here on a seven-day official tour, however did not say if a fresh probe may be ordered in the case but remarked that he was “not in touch with what is happening at home.”

  • Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji

    Spiritual Reawakening

    Nowadays it has become so common for police in big cities to find unclaimed bodies in drains, at railway tracks or at lonely spots across the citiy that the very thought of a helpless person being killed in a lonely spot, without any hope of rescue and without anyone to even see the crime being committed can make one shudder. But! no such reaction comes from common public because when we are

  • New design for Coke cans to give feel of ‘the real thing’

    Melbourne: According to Coca Cola, it is giving cans and bottles of its flagship soft drinks a makeover, with plans to unify the appearance of regular Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero and Coke Life.

  • Press freedom in decline says Reporters Without Borders

    London: Advocacy group Reporters Without Borders in its latest annual report released on Wednesday has said that the World Press Freedom deteriorated in 2015 and warned of “a new era of propaganda”.

  • Human breast milk is complex than other mammals

    Washington D.C: A study says that milk from a human mother contains more than 200 different sugar molecules, way above the average 30-50 found in any other mammals.

  • Girl chops off her tongue, offers it to Lord Shiva

    Raigarh: An 11-year-old girl cut off her tongue and offered it to Lord Shiva in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh, officials said today. “The incident took place yesterday afternoon at the ancient Shiva temple in Sangeetarai village, located around three kms away from Raigarh district headquarters,” Raigarh Sub-Divisional Magistrate Prakash Sarve said.