Free Press Journal
  • It’s raining noodles in Stellar 

    New Delhi: A warm bowl of noodle soup in the cold days of December or a spicy cold noodle salad to beat the heat in the summer, noodles in all forms are almost everybody’s comfort food and what would be better than a festival that celebrates its versatality.

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    Attention ladies! Kick your smoking habit by ‘timing’ the quit date with your menstrual cycle

    Washington DC: Female smokers can now bid goodbye to their addiction by timing it well with optimal days within their menstrual cycle. According to a new study from researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, women can get rid of their smoking habit by timing the quit date with optimal days within their menstrual cycle.

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    New protein can help treat cancer, other diseases

    Washington: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have designed a new protein that can effectively kill cells linked to the development and progression of cancer and a number of other diseases.  ProAgio, which is created from a human protein, targets the cell surface receptor integrin v3 at a novel site that has not been targeted by other scientists.

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    LG launches G5 smartphone with two rear cameras

    New Delhi :LG Electronics India Ltd on Wednesday launched its flagship modular G5 smartphone at Rs 52,990 which features a “slide-out” battery and dual rear cameras — the only flagship device to feature dual primary cameras which work independently, reported IANS.

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    What is Pulkit’s lucky charm? 

    Pulkit Samrat rather has discovered his lucky charm.The actor who has delivered memorable performances in his much loved films FUKREY and SANAM RE has a common element which is termed as lucky. Yes you heard that right. Both the films indeed have something else in common besides Pulkit Samrat.

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    Enjoy summer splash with home-made cocktail recipes

    New Delhi :The warm breeze and long sunny days of summer definitely calls for some chill time at home and what better way to spend the day than preparing cocktails and sipping them with friends and family, reports IANS.

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    Anonymous online access: VPNs gaining ground in India

    New Delhi : At a time when security has become the foremost concern in browsing or sharing data online, people in India are progressively turning to virtual private network (VPN) services for anonymous and safe Internet experience.

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    Antipsychotic drug use ups autism risk in youths

    New York: The side effects of antipsychotics can be quite problematic and researchers have found that the proportion of adolescents with autism or intellectual disability has increased among youths treated with these medications.

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    Opinions based on morality may resist change

    New York: Labelling people’s opinions as based on morality are likely to make them more resistant to change, finds a new study suggesting that morality had a lot more impact than the values of tradition and equality, reports IANS.

  • India “running away” from talks, says Pak President

    Islamabad: President Mamnoon Hussain today accused India of “running away” from talks despite Pakistan’s offer of joint-probe in the Pathankot terror attack, even as he raked up the Kashmir issue, calling it an “unfinished agenda of partition” and the main cause of regional tension.

  • Sound-like bubbles whizzing around in DNA essential to life

    London: A new research in the UK has detected sound-like bubbles in DNA that is essential to life and which will change the fundamental understanding of biochemical reactions inside a cell. The research, which was carried out by academics from the University of Glasgow and published today in ‘Nature Communications’, describes how double-stranded DNA splits using delocalised sound waves that are the hallmark of quantum effects.

  • Pak army chief opposes drone attacks by US

    Islamabad: US drone strikes in Pakistan “must stop”, Pakistan’s powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif said today, days after American special forces killed Taliban chief Mullah Mansour in a drone attack in the country’s restive Balochistan province.

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    Mumbai Train Pain: All harbour line services affected

    The Mumbai Railways, the life-line of Mumbai, at times causes pain to day-to-day commuters due to frequent disturbances in services. Currently, all trains on the Harbour Lines starting from Mumbai CST are affected following a technical snag at Wadala.

  • Al-Qaeda claims attack that killed 4 in Mali’s north: SITE

    Dakar: Al-Qaeda’s North African branch has claimed attacks in northern Mali that killed a Chinese UN peacekeeper and three civilians, the US-based monitoring group SITE said today. The attacks yesterday come days after five UN peacekeepers were killed in an ambush in central Mali, as concern grows over the future of the UN’s deadliest active mission.