Free Press Journal
  • Sunny-Leone

    Sunny Leone gets new hair colour

    Mumbai: Known for her impeccable style statement and beautiful looks, actress Sunny Leone seems to be in a mood for experimenting with her hair.

  • Extreme emotional beliefs can lead to criminal acts

    New York: Many people believe that violent acts such as mass shootings may be byproduct of mental illness. However, researchers have found that it can also be due to intense emotional commitment to certain beliefs.

  • priyankachopra

    Priyanka Chopra wants to be James Bond

    Los Angeles: “Quantico” star Priyanka Chopra, whose name was being thrown around as one of the candidates for the role of Bond girl, says she rather wants to play James Bond.

  • EGoM suggests heavy penalty for minor drivers

    Jaipur:To curb road mishaps and deaths, an Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM), constituted by the Centre, has recommended heavy penalty for minor drivers and making more stringent the provisions for violation of traffic rules.

  • Blood, urine, saliva samples back on Earth from ISS

    Washington: Signaling an exciting next step for the scientists, more than 1,000 tubes of blood, urine and saliva have come back on the Earth from the International Space Station aboard the SpaceX-8 Dragon capsule.

  • Indian Women

    Women in India earn nearly 19% less than men: Report

    New Delhi: Women in India earn 18.8 per cent less than men, higher than the global average, largely due to lack of representation in highest-paying job functions and industries, says a report.

  • rishi kapoor

    Relieve yourself at ‘Rishi Kapoor shauchalaya’ in Allahabad

    Allahabad: Agitated with Rishi Kapoor for his scathing attack on the Nehru-Gandhi family, the Congress workers in Uttar Pradesh’s Allahabad city have found a unique way to seek revenge and named a public toilet in the city after the Bollywood actor.

  • terminally-ill-man

    Terminally ill can’t be denied insurance claim: HC

    Chandigarh: In a landmark judgement, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled that the family of a terminally-ill person, who decides to stop treatment against medical advice and dies, cannot be denied insurance claim.

  • exams

    NEET: Private colleges to come under ambit, says Nadda

    New Delhi: All private medical colleges will come under the ambit of common medical exams, NEET, Health Minister J P Nadda today said after an Ordinance to keep the state boards out of it for a year was signed by President Pranab Mukherjee.

  • Value buying lifts equity markets 

    Mumbai: Value buying, along with positive European indices, pushed the Indian equity markets higher today.

  • Afghan media hails Chabahar port agreement

    Kabul: The Afghan media on Tuesday lauded the Chabahar port agreement inked in Tehran as a stride towards boosting trade and economic cooperation in the region and improving regional peace and stability.

  • ‘Selfie-girl’ apologises for anti-Semitic remarks

    London: Zakia Belkhiri, a teenager who became famous as “selfie girl” after clicking self-portraits in front of anti-Muslim protestors in Belgium, has issued an apology after several anti-Semitic comments posted on her social media accounts were highlighted.

  • Smart Cities

    Himachal’s Dharamsala again gets Smart City tag

    Shimla: Dharamsala, the hill station in Himachal Pradesh that has lured hundreds of thousands of Westerners since Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama settled here, was on Tuesday again included in the central government’s list of Smart Cities.

  • Priyanka Chopra

    ‘Busy’ PeeCee will be back home for 10 days

    New Delhi: Seems like Priyanka Chopra is finally taking a break from her international projects as it is being reported that she will be returning to India for 10 days.