Free Press Journal
  • AIADMK slams delay in ministry formation

    Puducherry: The opposition AIADMK today appealed to the new Lt Governor Kiran Bedi to come out with a firm measure to ensure that a new government was formed in the Union Territory.

  • Facebook to pull ‘Notify’ app from App Store

    New York: Social media giant Facebook on Friday announed that it will pull its own “Notify” app — created to send notifications from a list of news sources including Bloomberg Business, CNN and The New York Times on to your locked smartphone screen — from App Store.

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    Pathankot attack: Cong shocked over NIA ‘clean chit’ to Pak

    New Delhi: Following the National Investigation Agency’s alleged claim that there was no evidence indicating that Pakistan was directly complicit in the Pathankot terror attack, the Congress on Friday expressed shock and disbelief over the ‘clean chit’ and branded the entire development as a major setback to India.

  • Exercise can keep brain active, cut dementia risk

    New York: Exercise can increase the production of a key protein that is likely to help in keeping the brain active as well as lower the risk of neurological diseases like dementia, a new study conducted on mice has found. The findings showed that during the rodents’ exercise routine, certain chemicals naturally build up in the brain and kick-start the production of BDNF — also called “Miracle-Gro” — for the brain because

  • Narendra Modi one of top 10 world leaders: Venkaiah Naidu

    Hyderabad: Accusing the opposition of passing “substandard” comments on Prime Minister’s foreign visits, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu said Narendra Modi has emerged as one of the top 10 leaders of the world with his voice being heard on international fora.

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    I have had body issues for a long time: Ileana D’Cruz

    Mumbai: Ileana D’Cruz has revealed she does feel the pressure of looking perfect always as an actress. The “Barfi” star said she struggled to accept her “unusual” body type and has dealt with issues for a very long time.

  • Kajol remembers late pal, shares throwback pic

    New Delhi: Cherishing old beautiful memories, Kajol has recently shared a throwback picture on her Instagram page and dedicated it to her late photographer friend Gautam Rajyadaksha.

  • Chopper fails to evacuate stranded trekkers in Himachal

    Shimla: Nine trekkers, mainly officials of the income tax department from New Delhi who are stranded in a remote helmet in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, could not be airlifted on Friday owing to bad climatic conditions, a government official said.

  • Mathura violence: Toll climbs to 24; 320 people arrested

    Mathura: 24 people, including an SP and an SHO, have been killed in yesterday’s massive clash between police and members of a sect who had encroached on government land here, even as tension prevailed in the area with police seizing a large cache of munition from the site and arresting 320 people.

  • Mathura clashes: Hema Malini in slumber as her constituency Mathura burns

    New Delhi: At a time when an environment of unrest has engulfed the holy city of Mathura, actor-politician Hema Malini, who represents this constituency in the Lok Sabha, is unaware of the dreadful event, which has sent shock waves across the country, as she is busy shooting for her upcoming film.

  • Star-studded films give you visibility: Angana Roy 

    Chennai: Actress Angana Roy, who has been a part of recent star-studded films like Mahesh Babu-starrer “Srimanthudu” and Udhayanidhi Stalin’s “Manithan”, feels such films serve as a great platform to garner visibility for other actors in the project.

  • Twitter to show 360-degree videos from NBA finals

    New York: Micro-blogging website Twitter has partnered with the US major sports league NBA and South Korean company Samsung to roll out 360-degree videos shot exclusively with Samsung’s Gear 360.

  • Looking forward to build closer ties with ‘vital partner’ India: U.S.

    Washington D.C. : Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit here, the United States has expressed its desire to build stronger with its ‘vital partner’ India, based on security and economic stability. “The breadth of the U.S.-Indian relationship is wide. As we mentioned earlier, it addresses security; it’s got a strong economic component. We’re looking to build closer relationships across the board with India, because we see it as a vital partner

  • Walnuts may shield you from colon cancer

    New York: Eating 28 grams of walnuts everyday may change gut bacteria in a way that suppresses colon cancer, a new research has found. “Our results show for the first time that walnut consumption may reduce colon tumour development,” said principal investigator Daniel Rosenberg of University of Connecticut Health Centre in the US.

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    Lahiri misses putts, lies tied 44th with Spieth

    Dublin (Ohio): Anirban Lahiri shot two-under par round of 70 in the first round to remain tied 44th with Jordan Spieth in the Memorial Golf Championship being held at the Muirfield Village.

  • Triumph Thruxton launched in India at Rs 10.9 Lakh

    First unveiled in October 2015 along with the other new models in the company’s “modern classic” range, the Triumph Thruxton R made its debut in India at the 2016 Auto Expo this year. The bike got a huge response at the event, and now, it has been launched in the country at a price tag of Rs 10.9 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The company has already launched two of the new “modern classic”

  • No public funding in Adani’s coal mine: Turnbull

    Melbourne: There is no public funding for Adani’s 21.7 billion dollars coal mine project, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said as he sought to assure a protester dress in a fish costume that he took climate change “as seriously as you”.