Free Press Journal
  • John Abraham urges audience to watch Traffic

    The latest B-town celeb to join the list of being supporters of Manoj Bajpayee starer Traffic is John Abraham. The actor wishes all the luck to the Traffic team and urged the audience to go and watch the film.Traffic has been receiving critical acclaim from all quarters.The film is touted to have touched the audience’s hearts with its story line and the power packed performances delivered by ManojBajpayee, Jimmy Sheirg ill, Divya

  • Jamaat chief shifted to Dhaka Central Jail, execution imminent

    Dhaka: Bangladesh today began countdown for the execution of fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami as he was shifted to Dhaka Central Jail from a suburban prison even as the Supreme Court released its full judgement reconfirming his death penalty for 1971 war crimes.

  • Choreographer Bosco

    MC Hammer inspired me, says So You Think You Can Dance judge Bosco

    Dance has always been on his mind. His feet never missed a beat. Dancing through the perfection, the celebrated choreographer Bosco now wears the judge’s hat in &TV’s So You Think You Can Dance India. In an exclusive conversation with The Free Press Journal, Bosco speaks about the show, dance, his inspiration and more…

  • Just think about your pet and be happy

    New York: Humans love pets like their own children and whenever they feel socially rejected or sad, just a thought or a picture of their pet can lift up their mood, a study has found, suggesting that animals have a unique ability to comfort people.

  • Women with ovarian cancer can still enjoy motherhood

    New Delhi: If you thought ovarian cancer can stop you from becoming a mother, then think again. 36-year-old Anita Malik (name changed) was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in her early 30s; she was shattered and lost all hopes of conceiving. She lost both her ovaries but under medical supervision of an oncologist and gynecologist, the doctors saved her Uterus. She underwent IVF treatment with egg donation and gave birth to a healthy

  • Solar-powered light-emitting cement developed

    Washington: Scientists have created a new light-emitting cement that could last a hundred years and illuminate roads, highways or bicycle lanes at night by absorbing solar energy during the day. Currently, the cement exists in blue or green colour, and the light intensity can be regulated to avoid dazzling drivers. “The main issue was that cement is an opaque body that doesn’t allow the pass of light to its interior,” said Jose

  • Samsung launches Galaxy J5 J7 2016 edition

    New Delhi: Korean electronics giant Samsung India on Monday launched the 2016 edition of its J series smartphones Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 in India.

  • Here’s why couples should be friends first

    London: You may want to consider putting your potential partner into the friend zone first as a new study suggests so.

  • New Disney system to identify electronic devices

    Washington: Radio frequency signals given off by electronic devices like laptops and smartphones can be used to uniquely identify even identical gadgets in the same way as fingerprints can differentiate humans, Disney researchers say. The new method, called EM-ID, can differentiate in most cases between devices of the same make and model. “The idea that these electronic devices have such distinctive radio frequency (RF) emissions is astounding,” said Jessica Hodgins, vice president

  • Regrowing body parts closer to reality

    Washington DC: A future, in which humans regrow lost or diseased body parts, may feel like a mirage, but a team of scientists begs to differ.

  • World War 2

    Over 10,000 soldiers mark Soviet victory over Germany

    Moscow: Over 10,000 military personnel on Monday took part in a parade in Moscow’s Red Square to mark the victory of the erstwhile Soviet Union over Nazi Germany in World War II.

  • Walk and cycle to ward off air pollution effects

    London: The benefits of walking and cycling outweigh the negative effects on health in cities like New Delhi with high levels of air pollution, says a study which found that cycling and regular physical activity can help reduce vehicle emissions.

  • Sushi chef says Kim Jong-Un has ‘no plans for war’

    Tokyo: A Japanese sushi chef who served Kim Jong-Il claims North Korea’s current leader has no intention of waging war with the United States. The chef, who goes by the pseudonym Kenji Fujimoto, told a Japanese tabloid magazine he was invited to Pyongyang last month for the first time in almost four years, and that Kim Jong-Un himself picked him up at the airport.  “I was surprised when I looked at the

  • Anti Hijacking Bill passed in Lok Sabha

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha on Monday passed the Anti Hijacking Bill, which seeks to deal with offences related to hijacking of aircraft.

  • Not approached by Olympic association yet: Rahman

    Mumbai: Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman says he hasn’t been personally approached by Indian Olympic Association to be the brand ambassador for the contingent going to Rio Olympics.

  • Court Order

    Uttarakhand Crisis: SC refuses to allow rebel MLAs in floor test

    New Delhi,: In a major blow to the BJP-led Centre, the Supreme Court in an interim order today refused to allow the nine rebel Uttarakhand Congress MLAs to participate in the floor test in the state assembly tomorrow.

  • Gaya road rage: My son will depose and face law, says Manorama Devi

    Gaya: Manorama Devi, the Janata Dal (United) MLC, whose son Rocky Yadav is in the midst of controversy over a road rage case in which 19-year-old Aditya Sachdeva was allegedly shot dead, on Monday said that her son would face law.