Free Press Journal
  • Ill Randeep headlong into promotions worries all!

    Everyone knows that Randeep Hooda had collapsed on the sets of Sultan, starring Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma, however one look at the actor and you would never guess that his stitches have yet to come out. Hooda has been supporting the whole team of Sarbjit, starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Richa Chaddha with himself in a titular role, without a single break to recuperate from his operation.

  • Did Hrithik bring Kangana closer to her father?

    In each and every one of her interviews Kangana has made no bones about the fact that her parents weren’t really very thrilled when she chose a profession in the world of glamour. Coming from a small town and a conservative household they were utmost apprehensive of the choice in career that Kangana made. While she is often heard saying that today when there has been much success and loads of awards

  • Koshty goes clean!

    If you don’t know who is Koshty, no sweat, he wasn’t someone who is known to Bollywood aficionados till the trailer of CABARET came on. Now everyone wants to know Koshty aka Kaustav Narayan Niyogi’s role in the film?!! Kaustav who is directing his debut film starring Richa Chadda and Gulshan Devaiah has been a known persona in the advertising world and is all set to start new at the ripe old age of

  • Richa’s pep-talk!

    There is more to Richa Chaddha than meets the eyes. She is someone who is always at the forefront when it comes to breaking the industrial diktats and making more out of what she already has. And in the bid to go beyond it all she is ensuring she has the blinkers on and ears shut tight so that she doesn’t listen to any good intentional advices from her well-wishers.

  • Alia and Bebo heading for Bangkok!

    Well, the two gorgeous girls are not going out there to shop, despite what Kareena Kapoor says about shopping in Bangkok (Bebo begum had said, “I can carry off anything, so I don’t mind sporting some of the stuff from there even, actor’s need charisma enough to carry anything, not only designer clothes”) they are out there to shoot telly-commercials.

  • Sachin to learning all About cinema!

    He is the textbook for all things cricket, but when it comes to movies Sachin Tendulkar is a novice. However the man himself is so acutely involved in his biographical venture that he is almost getting to be knowledgeable about all things to do with cinema too.

  • Akshay Kumar’s dedication has Abhishek impressed!

    Having Amitabh Bachchan as a parent one grows up knowing a thing or two about punctuality, perseverance and of course, commitment. Anyone who knows Abhishek Bachchan knows well enough that he is truly and completely his father’s son when comes to his profession. Though Abhishek has learnt everything from the master himself, he still believes he has a lot to learn from his costars. Especially his HOUSEFULL3 maties. Junior Bachchan was overheard

  • Grapes can help counter high fat diets

    Washington D.C: Grapes might be just what you need to add to your diet as a recent study has revealed that grape polyphenols can help counter the negative effects of high fat diet.

  • Every fourth COPD patient suffers from depression: Study

    New York: One in four patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) — a progressive condition that makes it hard to breathe — suffers from depressive symptoms, and if not treated, those symptoms can have a negative effect on their overall health and treatment effectiveness, according to two new studies.

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    Connect to supreme powehouse

    As children, many of us played with magnets and discovered the quantum-electric fact that the magnetic positive poles repulse each other, as do negative poles, while the positive and negative poles strongly attract each other. This attraction-repulsion phenomenon of electromagnetism is what makes the generation and usage of electricity practical in so many ways. Interestingly, the properties of electrical energy compare amazingly well with those of the spiritual energy or soul. There

  • Wear sunglasses to avoid eye damage

    New York: Are you suffering from irritation in the eyes? Wear sunglasses to protect your vision from the sun’s ultraviolet rays as overexposure to these harmful rays without the right eye protection can result in dangerous health consequences.

  • Labrador retrievers may be wired to crave food

    London: Scientists have identified a genetic variation associated with obesity and appetite in Labrador retrievers, a finding that may explain why they are more likely to become obese than dogs of other breeds.  In developed countries, between one and two in three dogs (34-59 per cent) is overweight, a condition associated with reduced lifespan, mobility problems, diabetes, cancer and heart disease, as it is in humans, researchers said. The increase in levels

  • Toll from Kenya building collapse rises to 26

    Nairobi: The death toll from a collapsed building in Nairobi due to heavy rains rose to 26 on Wednesday. A National Disaster Management Unit official said three more bodies were pulled out on Tuesday night, Xinhua news agency reported. “Nine rabbits were also rescued alive from the debris and one was found dead. So far 136 people have been rescued, 26 confirmed dead and 93 are still missing,” the official said.

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    AgustaWestland: Cong says govt trying to villify its leaders

    New Delhi: Congress today slammed the government over the AgustaWestland row, saying it was trying to “villify the head of a political party” on the basis of mere “insinuation and innuendo” and was attempting to cover up for “disillusionment” with its misgovernance.

  • SRK is a huge, humble star: Waluscha De Sousa

    New Delhi: She picked up the role of Shah Rukh Khan’s wife in “Fan” to debut in Bollywood, and model-turned-actress Waluscha De Sousa says she was left impressed that despite scaling heights in stardom the superstar is so “humble”.

  • Japan’s child population at historic low

    Tokyo: The number of children in Japan under the age of 15 reached a historic low again, according to figures released by the government on Wednesday. On April 1, the number of children of up to 14 years of age was 16.05 million, a year-on-year drop of 150,000 or almost one percent, and the worst figure since 1950 when the data began to be compiled, EFE news reported. The number has dipped

  • Cheetah numbers may be lower than estimated

    London: Current estimates of the number of cheetahs in the wild are ‘guesswork’, researchers including those from India have found, amid fears that the fastest land mammal is racing to extinction. A new study has found that the population in the cheetah stronghold of Maasai Mara, Kenya, is lower than previously thought. In the early 1900s it was believed that around 100,000 cheetahs roamed the Earth. The most recent estimate by the