Free Press Journal
  • Kohli is great player, I admire him a lot: Kane Williamson

    Mumbai: New Zealand skipper and Sunrisers Hyderabad star batsman Kane Williamson heaped praise on Indian run-machine Virat Kohli, saying that the Royal Challengers Bangalore captain is a great player whom he admires a lot.

  • Investors making money must pay taxes; no fear of FDI fall: FM

    New Delhi: Investors must pay taxes on money they earn in India and a “tax-incentivised route” is no longer needed to attract foreign investments to a “strong enough” Indian economy, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today.

  • Army

    Post capture of JeM terrorist, Army warns of more infiltrations

    Baramulla: Asserting that the operation in which a high profile Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist was captured alive in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir was a major success, the Indian Army on Sunday warned that several terrorist organisations were putting pressure on their cadres to increase infiltration into India.

  • monsoon

    Monsoon to hit Kerala by June 7

    New Delhi: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday said the Monsoon onset over Kerala is likely to be slightly delayed this year.

  • US should be wary of China’s new ‘Guam killer’ missile: Report

    Washington: China’s new ‘Guam killer’ missile, capable of hitting targets some 5,500 km away, is raising new fears of a growing Chinese threat to key American military facilities and stability in the Pacific Rim, the Congress has been warned.

  • bjp

    Rival Fronts keep fingers crossed, BJP hopes to open account

    Thiruvananthapuram: As Kerala goes to assembly polls tomorrow, the ruling Congress led UDF and CPI(M) headed LDF, which had gone hammer and tongs at each other during the electioneering, are keeping their fingers crossed even as BJP is hoping to get a toe-hold in the southern state.

  • dengue

    4,861 notices issued in anti-dengue drive

    New Delhi: Over 4,800 notices have been issued including to Airport Authority, DJB, colleges and DMRC construction site after mosquito breeding was detected on their premises during an ongoing campaign against dengue and malaria by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC).

  • Obesity

    Obesity less dangerous now than 40 years ago: study

    London: The risk of premature death associated with obesity has decreased over the past 40 years, according to a new study. Researchers studied more than 100,000 individuals from Denmark and found that all-cause mortality was higher in obese individuals than in normal weight individuals in 1976-78, but not in 2003-13.

  • High cholesterol, stops vitamin E

    New gene identified for familial high cholesterol

    London: Researchers have identified a gene which causes inherited high cholesterol in the blood that can lead to premature heart disease, including cardiac attacks, strokes, narrowing heart valves and sudden death.

  • 3 detained for Bangladesh Buddhist monk’s killing

    Dhaka: Law Enforcers on Sunday detained three suspects for their involvement in the killing of an elderly Buddhist monk in Bangladesh’s Naikkhangchhari upazila of Bandarban district.

  • bioglass

    New bio-glass can help regrow cartilage

    London: An international team of scientists has developed a new bio-glass material that can mimic and potentially encourage cartilage to repair or regrow.

  • Ghost wedding with woman corpse held in China

    Beijing: A family in China’s Shanxi Province has conducted a “ghost wedding” with the corpse of a woman to pacify the soul of their son who died as a bachelor, in the latest case highlighting the grisly age old custom in rural China.

  • Hepatitis C

    Drinking is deadly for Hepatitis C patients

    New York: Drinking alcohol can increase the risk of liver damage and death from the Hepatitis C virus, a study has found, adding that several people living with Hepatitis C are either former or current excessive alcohol drinkers.

  • Cannes 2016: Aishwarya in Ellie Saab in her third appearance

    Cannes: In a gold lace Elli Saab number with an embellished bodice, actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made her third appearance at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, as she arrived for the screening of Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG”.