Free Press Journal
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    ‘Nil Battey Sannata’ going well at box office

    New Delhi: Swara Bhaskar-starrer “Nil Battey Sannata”, which narrates a story of a single-mother working as a domestic help to ensure that her daughter receives good education, is having a good run at the box office.

  • Khloe K is ‘done’ with Caitlyn Jenner

    Washington D.C: The premiere to the 12th season of the ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ on May 1 brought loads of drama with it.

  • Gujarat KG basin issue a “diversionary” ploy of Cong: Jaitley

    New Delhi: Leader of Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley today rejected Congress demand for a discussion on a CAG report pointing to anomalies in Gujarat’s KG Basin gas project, saying this was a “diversionary tactic” of the Opposition party by raising a “non-issue”.

  • Frozen 2: Fans want Disney to give Elsa a girlfriend

    London: Disney’s animated hit ‘Frozen’ was progressive in many ways as it focused on the strength of women and hence, for the sequel of the movie, fans want Elsa as its first LGBT princess.

  • Novel 3D printed lens can detect terahertz frequencies

    Washington: Scientists have 3D printed a novel lens for terahertz frequencies which may lead to high resolution scanners that can detect biological weapons such as anthrax and plastic explosives. The lens could make terahertz imaging, which is useful for security, cheaper, higher resolution, and more available. While X-rays can detect metal, they cannot detect plastic or chemicals. Terahertz scanners, however, can detect both of items to discover concealed weapons, biological weapons such

  • Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa being garlanded by party cadres at the party's General Council meeting in Chennai on Thursday. - PTI

    Transfer of officials knee-jerk reaction: AIADMK

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu’s ruling party AIADMK has lodged a protest against the large scale transfer of officials ordered by the Election Commission and termed it a knee-jerk reaction.

  • Taylor Swift wins big at Radio Disney Music Awards

    Los Angeles: Singer Taylor Swift won three trophies, including Best Song of the Year and Best Breakup Song for “Bad blood” from her latest album “1989”, at the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards.

  • Osama Bin Laden

    CIA ‘live tweets’ bin-Laden raid to mark five-year anniversary 

    Washington: The Central Intelligence Agency’s decision to live-tweet the military operation that culminated in the killing of Osama bin Laden “as if it were happening today” has been criticised as a distasteful “victory lap” and PR exercise.

  • hema Malini

    Hema Malini has a narrow escape in road accident at Mathura

    It seems like Hema Malini, apart from juggling her political career has to quite literally save herself from road accidents. After meeting with an accident last year in Rajasthan, in which a four-year-old girl was killed and five others were injured, including Hema Malini, we hear that the actress turned politician was involved in yet another road accident.

  • ‘It’s over’ for Cruz says Trump ahead of Indiana race

    Washington: GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has said that if he wins Indiana Tuesday, his fellow Republican Ted Cruz could not win and everything would be over for him. “It’s over. I think it’s over now. But it’s over. Cruz cannot win. Cruz cannot win. He’s got no highway,” New York Post quoted Trump as saying on  Fox News yesterday if he wins Indiana Tuesday. A new poll revealed yesterday, Cruz despite

  • Hamid Ansari

    Ansari asks TMC MP to withdraw for creating disturbance

    New Delhi: Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Hamid Ansari on Monday asked Trinamool Congress (TMC) member Sukhendu Sekhar Roy to “withdraw” from the house for the rest of the day for creating disturbance during question hour.

  • Bihar Assembly Polls

    Bihar panchayat polls: 10 injured in clashes

    Patna: At least 10 people were injured and over a dozen arrested in incidents of violence on Monday during the third phase of the panchayat elections in Bihar, officials said.

  • How plants produce flowers in a warming world found

    Melbourne: Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have discovered a new mechanism that allows plants to produce flowers in response to elevated temperatures. The finding could potentially lead to the development of technology allowing us to control the physiological response of plants and mitigate the impacts of warming temperatures, researchers said. A team led by Associate Professor Sureshkumar Balasubramanian from Monash University in Australia made the discovery by applying a combination of genetic,