Free Press Journal
  • International Dance Day: India looks back at its ‘Evergreen Dancers’

    The world is all set to make a move on International Dance Day which is celebrated on the 29th of April. India is a leading name when it comes to performing arts. Indian dance forms have paved way on a global platform with immense passion, attention to detailing and intricacy. Our dancers bow down with great respect to our culture and heritage. However, we shed light on our evergreen dancers, who acclaimed themselves

  • Pak Muslim body seeks Tamgha-i-Imtiaz for slain Sikh lawmaker

    Islamabad: In an unusual move, a prominent Muslim organisation whose members include clerics and Islamic scholars has sought Pakistan’s one of the top civilian awards ‘Tamgha-i-Imtiaz’ for slain Sikh lawmaker Sardar Soran Singh.

  • Social isolation may impair hearing

    New York: Continuing to have social interaction is key to keeping your ears sensitive even in old age, suggests new research.

  • Combined dietary supplement may ward off heart disease

    London: Combining marine fish oil, cocoa extract and phytosterols into a dietary supplement may help fight heart disease, researchers including one of Indian-origin have claimed.

  • Female pelvis

    Female pelvis alters for childbearing years

    London: A team of researchers has found that after the onset of puberty, women develop wider hips than men so that their pelvis can allow the birth of large-brained babies.

  • Blocking a key protein may stop deadly brain tumour formation

    Toronto: A team of international researchers has found that blocking a key protein may prevent the formation of brain tumour, as well as lead to the development of new therapies for a deadly and incurable cancer.

  • 6 Temples, rituals in India where Men are not allowed

    For the last six months or so, we have been reading about news, views and articles on temples in India where women were not allowed entry. India being a religious country, the issue of women entering restricted premise at holy places such as Shani Shingnapur or Sabarmila or Ayyappa temple became a burning topic across the nation.

  • SIX Swiss Exchange woos Indian life sciences firms for listing

    New Delhi: Leading European bourse SIX Swiss Exchange is courting Indian life sciences and specialty chemical firms to get listed on its platform and has reached out to over 200 firms in the country for their IPOs.

  • After RBI push, DCB Bank lowers lending rates

    New Delhi: Private lender DCB Bank today reduced both base rate or the minimum lending rate and the marginal cost of funds-based lending rate (MCLR), a move which will lower EMIs for its borrowers.

  • ‘Housefull 3’- official trailer

    ‘Housefull 3’ much awaited trailer for the biggest laugh riot of the year is here! cast: Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Riteish Deshmukh, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nargis Fakhri and Lisa Haydon.

  • Two Netaji files missing, says government

    New Delhi: Two specific files, including one from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), related to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose are missing, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

  • Penalising students by JNU admin “vindictive, vengeful”: Left

    New Delhi: The issue of rustication of three Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students and slapping of fine on students union leader Kanhaiya Kumar was raised in Rajya Sabha today by the Left parties, which termed the action as vindictive and vengeful.

  • We were ordinary in bowling and fielding: Maxwell

    Mohali: Disappointed at his side’s fifth loss in six matches in the IPL, Kings XI Punjab’s Australian import Glenn Maxwell minced no words and said that ordinary bowling and fielding has let the team down.

  • Haryana: Govt depts asked to expedite Aadhaar seeding

    Chandigarh: Government departments in Haryana have been asked to expedite Aadhaar seeding in various schemes for smooth implementation of Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT). At a meeting with officials of various departments, state Additional Chief Secretary, Electronics and Information Technology, Keshni Anand Arora exhorted them to expedite Aadhaar seeding in various schemes, an official release said here.