Free Press Journal
  • Linking everything to Kashmir is “absurd, unacceptable”: Venkaiah Naidu

    New Delhi: Asserting that Kashmir is an integral part of India, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Monday said trying to make it a controversy time and again would not help improve bilateral ties between India and Pakistan.

  • Smartphone-app

     Smartphone app can help you avoid unplanned pregnancy

    Washington: A smartphone app that alerts a woman if she is on a high or low risk day for the purpose of planning or avoiding pregnancy would be 96-98 percent effective if used correctly, say researchers.Recognising that each woman’s menstrual cycle can vary, the app, called Dot (Dynamic Optimal Timing), allows for menstrual cycles that last as little as 20 days or as long as 40 days.

  • ‘Sarbjit’ eyeing on Oscars, confirms producer

    Karachi: Vashu Bhagnani, producer of the much-appreciated movie ‘Sarbjit’ has confirmed that the movie now is eyeing on the Oscars.

  • Deutsche Bank trims Sensex target by 2000 points

    New Delhi: The Deutsche Bank in its report announced a trim in the Sensex target to 27,000 from 29,000 earlier, citing global uncertainty amid ‘Brexit’ concerns.

  • Nana Patekar is inspiring: Ali Fazal

    Mumbai: Ali Fazal says he is inspired by noted actor Nana Patekar’s determination to fight for the cause of farmers.

  • Messi retires from international football

    London: Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi retired from international duty after missing in a penalty shootout as Chile won the Copa America final.

  • Excessive childbirth fear can lead to post-partum depression

    New York: While some fear in expectant mothers is normal, excessive childbirth fear can lead to complications during pregnancy and birth, and increase risk of post-partum depression, say researchers.

  • NSG-meet-seoul

    India formally joins Missile Technology Control Regime

    New Delhi: In a diplomatic success, India on Monday became a full member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), three days after it failed to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) following China’s opposition.”India has joined the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) this morning.

  • NCB to sensitize pharma industry on illegal use of chemicals

    Ahmedabad: Aiming to stop the illegal diversion of certain chemical formulations used to prepare drugs, such as heroin and ‘methamphetamine’, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has planned to sensitize the pharmaceutical industry to curb the practice.

  • VMC to send revised proposal for Smart City project

    Vadodara: Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) would send its proposal for inclusion in the list of cities identified for the third phase of Centre’s Smart City project on June 30, officials said.

  • Australia, New Zealand to team up over Brexit fallout

    Canberra: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Monday announced Australia will team up with New Zealand in a bid to negotiate new trade and immigration deals in the wake of Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU).

  • I have a serious heroine crisis: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

    Nawazuddin Siddiqui is shooting for Kushan Nandy’s’ Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’ in the outskirts of Lucknow. However there is no leading lady, although the script urgently needs one. Sighs Nawaz, “Chitrangada Singh has left our film. And right now we are shooting in Lucknow without a leading lady.”

  • Rio 2016 receives keys to velodrome

    Rio de Janeiro: Rio 2016 organisers received the keys to the city’s new velodrome as labourers continued to work around the clock to ensure the venue is ready for the Olympic Games in August.