Free Press Journal
  • mind relaxation

    There’s always more to life…

    One peculiar property of an emotional mind is exaggerated projections about future, says Dr. Shrirang Bakhle.

  • brain

    Over 2,500 Indian kids suffer from brain tumour every year

    New Delhi: With a surge in the brain related ailments in the world, every year over 2,500 of the Indian children suffer from medulloblastoma, a pediatric malignant primary brain tumour which spreads through the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and frequently metastasize to different locations along the surface of the brain and spinal cord, doctors have said.

  • Disrupting tiny liver protein can cause heart disease

    New York: Scientists have identified for the first time a tiny liver protein that when disrupted can lead to cardiovascular disease as well as fatty liver disease — a precursor to cancer.

  • Govind P. Pansare

    Pansare case: Trial against Gaikwad stayed till further orders

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has directed a Sessions court to defer framing of charges against Sameer Gaikwad, an alleged member of Sanatan Sanstha who is arrested in activist Govind Pansare murder case, as the prosecution is awaiting forensic report from the UK.

  • Pak Hindu man thrashed for eating, selling food before iftaar

    Karachi: A Hindu man aged over 80 years was beaten up by a police constable in Pakistan for allegedly eating and selling food before iftaar, triggering a social media campaign that led to the arrest of the cop.

  • Nitish announces Rs 25,000 for every rescued child labour

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today inaugurated ‘Child Labour Tracking System (CLTS)’ in order to keep a track of rescued child labour for their proper rehabilitation besides announcing financial help of Rs 25,000 for every rescued child labour to be given from Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

  • Blue light can make your brain react faster

    New York: Exposure to blue light for a short period can help you make difficult decisions faster up to 40 minutes after the exposure had ended, suggests new research.

  • Apple’s next iPhone to use mobile chips from Intel

    New Delhi: Tech giant Apple Inc’s next iPhone may not use the modem chips made by Qualcomm Inc but instead replace it with chips from the American multinational technology company Intel Corp.

  • New patch for diabetics may make painful jabs history

    Washington D.C.: While syringes, pens, pumps and jet injectors have given diabetics options for their insulin delivery for many years now, a new device called OneTouch Via could change the game.

  • Queen Elizabeth II to celebrate 90th birthday at London street party

    London: Queen Elizabeth II today marks the conclusion of three-day celebrations of her 90th birthday with a giant street party in the heart of London, recognising her patronage of more than 600 organisations in the UK and around the Commonwealth.

  • UK schools to let boys wear skirts, girls trousers

    London: As many as 80 schools in the UK have introduced “gender neutral” uniforms, allowing boys to wear skirts and girls don trousers if they prefer, as part of Britain’s new government-funded drive for educational institutions to be more sensitive to “trans” children.

  • Tejashvi yadav

    BSEB scam: Tejashwi Yadav blames PM Modi’s ‘fav minister’ Giriraj Singh

    Patna (Bihar): In the wake of the recent controversy surrounding the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) toppers scam, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Sunday attempted to corner Union Minister Girijaj Singh while alleging that the latter is the family friend and business partner of the mastermind.

  • Murali Manohar Joshi not invited at BJP National Executive meet

    Allahabad: Once one of the three pillars of the BJP along with Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Lal Krishna Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi is now nowhere on the party’s leadership spectrum here at the National Executive meeting.

  • Lara appeared worried during my innings of 317: Gayle

    New Delhi: Brian Lara looked worried and was on and on checking the scoreboard to see whether Chris Gayle during his innings of 317 against South Africa in 2005 was getting closer to his record, the latter claims in his autobiography.

  • Muhammad Aamir

    PCB instructs Aamir to obey team management, anti-corruption

    Karachi: The top officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has told tainted left arm pacer Muhammad Aamir to be on his best behaviour on the tour to England and follow each and every instruction of the team management, anti-corruption and the security manager.