Free Press Journal
  • Breast cancer gene mutation may hamper fertility

    Sydney: Women with a specific gene mutation that is known to increase the breast cancer risk may also have fewer eggs in their ovaries, finds significant research.

  • RSP will decide if Fadnavis or Uddhav would be next CM: Jankar

    Shirdi (Maha): Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP) chief Mahadev Jankar today exuded confidence that his party would win “at least 25 seats” in the next Maharashtra Assembly elections and claimed it will decide whether Devendra Fadnavis or Uddhav Thackeray would be the next Chief Minister.

  • Aspirin use associated with reduced risk of cancer

    Washington D.C: Recently it has been discovered that aspirin use is associated with a significantly reduced risk of developing bile duct cancer, also called cholangiocarcinoma.

  • Women activists manhandled at Trimbakeshwar temple,200 booked

    Nashik: A batch of women activists were allegedly manhandled by a group of locals while they were trying to enter into the sanctum sanctorum of the famous Trimbakeshwar temple today, following which the police booked 200 persons.

  • Travel Guide: How to reach at Simhastha in Ujjain

    Simhastha Kumbh Mahaparv is all set to commence from April 22nd with a welcoming abode for devotees all around the world. Located at the Kshipra River in Ujjain, it can be reached via Air, Rail or Road with ease.
    Here are few options that will help you get there without any fuss.

  • Indian Springfield Launched in India at Rs. 30.6 Lakh

    Indian Motorcycle has launched its latest cruiser, the Springfield, in India with a price tag of Rs. 30.6 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It was launched in its native land, the US, in March 2016 and will be brought to India via the CBU route. Bookings for the motorcycle have commenced at all the six Indian Motorcycle dealerships across the country – Gurgaon, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Ahmedabad. It can be booked in

  • Positive memories may help treat mental health problems

    London: Savouring positive memories and images is likely to generate positive emotions in the human mind and can prove to be effective in treating individuals with anxiety or depression, reveals a new research.

  • 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.  In 1990, Banerji, once tipped as a future foreign secretary of India, was seconded from the Indian Foreign Service to the Commonwealth Secretariat for three years. He remained there for 25 years. In the final six years of his

  • Hyundai Creta Petrol Automatic launched at INR 13.48 lakh

    If there was one chink in the Creta’s armor, it had to be the lack of an automatic transmission with the petrol engine. Well, it seems like Hyundai has finally plugged that gap as well. Priced at INR 13.48 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai), Hyundai dealerships are accepting bookings for the Creta petrol automatic.

  • Karna govt to file appeal against Yeddyurappa’s acquittal

    Bengaluru: Spelling fresh trouble to former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa within days after he was made the state BJP chief, the Congress government in Karnataka has decided to file an appeal in the Supreme Court against his acquittal in a raft of corruption cases by the High Court.

  • Simastha Kumbh Mela 2016: Places and dates for the Shahi Snan

    The major event of this festivity is the ritual bathing at the banks of River Kshipra. The other activities followed by devotees include religious discussions, devotional singing, mass feeding and assemblies with debates by doctrines.

  • Opposition playing politics on HCU row: Venkaiah Naidu

    Hyderabad: Taking a dig at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and other leaders who thronged the Hyderabad Central University after Rohith Vemula’s death, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu today said they tried to play politics without making a sincere effort to address the core issue.

  • Sonia, Rahul never intervened in Ishrat Jahan case: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday said party president Sonia Gandhi and her deputy Rahul Gandhi never intervened in any administrative matter including the ‘Ishrat Jahan case’ during the United Progressive Alliance government.

  • WHO aims for zero leprosy by 2020

    New Delhi: The World Health Organisation aims to reduce to zero by 2020 the number of children diagnosed with leprosy and related deformities.  The decision is part of a new strategy launched against leprosy by the global health body, which also called for stronger commitments and accelerated efforts to stop disease transmission and end associated discrimination and stigma, to achieve a world free of leprosy.

  • Maha minister draws flak as accused builder seen at same event

    Pune: Maharashtra minister Girish Bapat has drawn flak after he attended a function where a controversial builder, whose company has been booked for cheating over a “misleading” newspaper ad for cheap housing, was also present at the venue and allegedly evaded the police by fleeing on a scooter.

  • Coal linkage auction: CIL to hold sessions with stakeholders

    New Delhi: Taking ahead the process of coal linkages auction, state-owned CIL will organise interactive sessions with stakeholders across the country to explain the different features of the on-line bidding process.

  • Last rites of Kirpal Singh performed in Gurdaspur

    Gurdaspur (Punjab): The last rites of Kirpal Singh, the Indian prisoner who died in a Pakistani’s Kot Lakhpat Jail on April 11 under mysterious circumstances, were held in his hometown in Mustafabad, Gurdaspur, amid a sombre environment on Wednesday afternoon.

  • AAP’s rule in Delhi for 10-15 years a mere dream: Javdekar

    New Delhi: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today dubbed as a “dream” Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s reported “warning” to bureaucrats that AAP will be in government in Delhi for another 10-15 years and dismissed as “small measures” the state government’s odd-even car rationing scheme to control pollution.

  • New 6.1 earthquake strikes off Ecuador coast: USGS

    Washington: A 6.1-magnitude earthquake has struck near the coast of Ecuador, just days after the South American country was devastated by a deadly 7.8-magnitude quake, US experts said today. The epicenter of the quake, which struck at 8:33 GMT at a depth of 15.7 kilometers (9.8 miles), was located 25 kilometers west of Muisne and 73 kilometers west-southwest of Propicia, the US Geological Survey said.

  • Jio launch may not impact Airtel revenue share: Report

    New Delhi: Drawing parallels between Reliance Jio’s current playbook and Reliance Communications’ 2003 launch, Deutsche Bank Markets Research has said Bharti Airtel appears to be better prepared with its 4G plans and it does not anticipate any impact on its revenue share or margins from the Jio launch.