Free Press Journal
  • Bombs kill 37 Yemen police recruits in former Qaeda bastion

    Aden: A suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State group and a second attack killed 37 police recruits today in the Yemeni port of Mukalla where a year of Al-Qaeda rule was ended just last month, medics said.

  • Benjamin Netanyahu questions French impartiality after UNESCO vote

    Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today he told the French foreign minister that Paris’s support of a UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem cast doubt on the impartiality of a peace initiative it is promoting.

  • Ex-London mayor compares EU’s aims to Hitler’s

    London: London’s former mayor Boris Johnson today compared the European Union to Adolf Hitler, saying the economic bloc’s attempts to create a European super-state was similar to that of the Nazi leader’s attempt which ended tragically.

  • ‘Drunk air marshal removed from flight to LA’

    London: An armed US air marshal was removed from a packed Los Angeles-bound plane at Heathrow airport after the captain found that he “stank of booze”.

  • “Talk with Anurag sir changed my perspective of Raghav” , Says Vicky Kuashal

    With his second film being premiered on his birthday (16th May) at the Cannes Film Festival, no words could express Vicky’s happiness. Here’s wishing the young talented actor a very Happy Birthday. Talking to Viraj Sawant about his upcoming film RAMAN RAGHAV 2.0, Vicky Kaushal thanks Anurag Kashyap for pushing him to play this character.

  • Madhuri still an avid learner of dance: Terence Lewis

    Ace choreographer Terence Lewis, who is currently co-judging the reality dance show “So You Think You Can Dance – Ab India Ki Baari” with Madhuri Dixit, says the dancing diva and actress “is trying to learn technicality of dance”.

  • Sunrisers beat Kings XI by 7 wickets

    Mohali: Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Kings XI Punjab by seven wickets in an Indian Premier League match, here today.

  • forecast for 16 May 2016

    Aries:- Be on the watch for false reports at work place. There will be additional responsibility at work place. Do not over push yourself or become tense work steadily.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids can lower childhood aggression

    New York: Consuming foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids is likely to reduce extreme aggression in children within a short period especially its more impulsive and emotional form, says a new research.

  • Reviving the dead

    A serious debate is on in the international science fraternity after an Indian surgeon registered a protocol to carry clinical test on patients declared “brain dead”

  • Progressive society, a key to bridging `math gender gap`

    Washington DC: A new study has found that the girls from progressive societies do better at mathematics. Research co-authored by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) showed that the “math gender gap” is much wider in societies with poor rates of gender equality and is far less pronounced in societies that hold progressive and egalitarian views about the role of women.

  • Curiosity measures seasonal patterns in Mars atmosphere

    Washington: The local atmosphere in Mars is clear in winter, dustier in spring and summer, and windy in autumn, show measurements by NASA’s Curiosity rover that has completed recording environmental patterns through two full cycles of Martian seasons.

  • Now, paint virtual worlds with Google’s Tilt Brush

    London: What if you could step inside your own paintings? Taking art to the next level, Google’s Tilt Brush will let you transforms your surroundings into a digital canvas. With Tilt Brush for HTC Vive, you can select your colours and brushes and create multi-dimensional art with a just a few waves of your hand, the Mirror reported.

  • Curious case of men’s, women’s buttons

    Melbourne: It’s not just the size and how they are cut, women’s and men’s shirts also differ in how they are oriented.