Free Press Journal
  • For women re-entering workforce, honesty is best policy

    Washington D.C: When it comes to re-entering the workforce after raising a family, women don’t need to hush up as a new study has found that being upfront with potential employers about gaps in a resume is a better strategy.

  • One third of heart patients don’t resume work

    London: One in three patients who suffered heart failure and were subsequently hospitalised for the first time have not returned to work a year later, a study reveals.

  • Seven die in Madhya Pradesh heat wave

    Seoni (Madhya Pradesh): At least seven people have died and about 110 have taken ill due to the intense heat wave in Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh, an official said.

  • Commercially available breads contain hazardous chemicals: CSE

    New Delhi: Most of the breads made by Indian companies are laced with chemicals such as potassium bromate or iodate that damage human health, a study conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has suggested.

  • Power

    Delhi power cos may be penalised for unscheduled power cuts

    New Delhi: The power distribution companies in the national capital may be penalised and made to compensate consumers for unscheduled power cuts extending up to two hours starting as early as this week, Delhi Power Minister Satyender Jain said today.

  • Faintest early-universe galaxy discovered

    Los Angeles: Scientists have detected and confirmed the faintest early-universe galaxy yet, located about 13 billion light years away from Earth.

  • Novel wearable device to monitor body signals

    New York: Researchers have developed the first flexible wearable device that has the potential to monitor both biochemical and electric signals in the human body.

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    Charges against Khadse merit thorough probe: AAP

    Mumbai: AAP today said it was surprised at the speed with which Mumbai Police gave a clean chit to Maharashtra minister Eknath Khadse after the party alleged that calls were made from underworld don Dawood Ibrahim‘s residence in Karachi to his mobile phone.

  • BSE

    Sensex falls for 4th day on Fed rate hike caution

    Mumbai: Stocks kept a low profile for the fourth day as the Sensex fell over 71 points to a two-week low following sustained foreign outflows on caution ahead of a likely US rate hike in June and weakness across global markets due to subdued commodity prices.

  • ‘Mobile panic button needs to be backed by emergency helpline’

    New Delhi: To ensure safety of women in threatening situations, panic buttons installed on mobile phones should be integrated with a 24×7 emergency helpline, supported by quick response teams either by the local authorities or a service provider, domestic on-demand safety service provider One Touch Response said on Monday.

  • Ready to ‘accelerate’ talks to resolve border dispute: China

    Beijing: On the eve of President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit, China today struck a positive note saying that both the countries have been taking positive steps to manage the border dispute and that it is ready to “accelerate” talks to resolve the vexed issue “at an early date”.

  • Jiah case: HC stays trial against Sooraj Pancholi

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today stayed the trial against actor Sooraj Pancholi accused of abetting the suicide of actress Jiah Khan, and posted for next month a petition filed by the late actress’ mother Rabia seeking Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe into the death.

  • Only 1 pc water remains in Marathwada dams

    Mumbai: The administration and people in drought-hit Marathwada are pinning their hopes on monsoon as only one per cent water is left in the dams of the parched region.

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    Srinagar terror attacks extremely worrying: Rahul

    New Delhi: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi today said the two terror strikes in Srinagar in which three policemen were killed were “extremely worrying”.

  • Hooked to selfies? See yourself in normal photo first

    Toronto: If you are never tired of posting selfies on Facebook and Instagram, it is time to sit back and look at your face carefully. According to the researchers, most people who post regular selfies are not attractive and overestimate their beauty which may make them narcissists.

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    BJP bid to march towards Mamata’s residence foiled

    Kolkata: Senior BJP leaders, accompanied by over a hundred party workers, today unsuccessfully tried to march towards Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s residence to protest against yesterday’s attack on party leader Rupa Ganguly allegedly by TMC workers.