Free Press Journal
  • illness Pic:

    Living longer linked to shorter period of illness

    New York: Those who live exceptionally long lives lead a much healthier life, suggests new research. It found the onset of illness came decades later in life for centenarians than those not blessed with longiity, reports IANS.

  • dinosaur-extinction

    Volcanic eruptions in India linked to dinosaur extinction

    New York: Combined impacts of volcanic eruptions in India and an asteroid impact in Mexico brought about one of the Earth’s biggest mass extinctions that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago, confirms a new study, says PTI.

  • smart-watch

    Your smart watch can steal your ATM pin

    Washington DC: A new research says that wearable devices can give away your passwords, says ANI. Scientists from Binghamton University and the Stevens Institute of Technology combined data from embedded sensors in wearable technologies, such as smart-watches and fitness trackers, along with a computer algorithm to crack private PINs and passwords with 80-percent accuracy on the first try and more than 90-percent accuracy after three tries.

  • young girls playing tennis game indoor

    Here’s how to develop future tennis champions

    Washington DC: A research by the University of Bath has found out ways to develop future tennis champions, reports ANI. According to the research, grouping young tennis players according to their physical maturity rather than their chronological age could help in it. Boys and girls can vastly vary in their rates of growth and maturity during adolescence. Those that mature early are taller, quicker, bigger and stronger, giving them a significant advantage

  • Pic:

    Neurons that tell brain to stop drinking identified

    Washington: Scientists have identified a particular type of neurons that may be activated to influence a person to stop drinking alcohol, reports PTI. Previous research has shown that alcohol consumption alters the physical structure and function of neurons, called medium spiny neurons, in the dorsomedial striatum.

  • etc 6th lead - apps Pic:

    Daily app downloading saw 16% rise in India

    New Delhi: Downloads of daily apps increased by 16 per cent in India in the first six months this year, revealed 9Apps, a third-party app store and part of Alibaba Mobile Business Group, on Thursday, reports IANS. According to their statistics tool, social media and entertainment remain the most popular categories for app downloads.

  • Ankit Tiwari

    Ankit Tiwari’s secret of going Viral…

    His latest single, ‘Badtameez…’ is proof that music director-singer ANKIT TIWARI has the secret ingredient to make a song go viral. He spills the beans while talking to VIRAJ SAWANT.

  • Playing a villain? No problem!

    Let’s take a look at a few heroes who turned badass for a film but still managed to get applauded for their roles.

  •  Vicky Kaushal’s big leap

    Just a few films old and already making his presence felt in the big league. Vicky Kaushal is the new actor on the block and is being chased by some of Bollywood’s big directors. He won our hearts in MASAAN and soon he surprised everyone with intensely dark films like RAMAN RAGHAV 2.0.

  • tiger shroff, tiger shroff movies, baaghi 2, baaghi 2 box office collection, baaghi 2 movie, baaghi 2 business, disha patani, tiger shroff thanks fans for showering love for baaghi 2

    Tiger won’t be doing KHALNAYAK remake

    There has been a lot of buzz around the remake of the 1993 blockbuster KHALNAYAK ever since Subhash Ghai first announced it in 2013. There were reports about director Sanjay Leela Bhansali acquiring the remake rights and planning to cast Ranveersingh, but he eventually dropped it.

  • yami gautam

    Yami shoots down casting claims

    Yami Gautam is surprised at all the “casting stories” doing the rounds. The actress says she will not talk about the films that are offered to her, adding that it is the “producer’s prerogative to announce the news when a project is signed”.

  • sonakshi sinha

    What made Sonakshi lose on Dabanng 3?

    If recent buzz is to be believed, ‘Dabanng’ franchise leading actress Sonakshi Sinha might not be a part of its third installment, reports ANI.

  • injured-ligament

    Shock wave therapy can repair injured muscles fast

    London: Sending low-frequency acoustic shock waves to injured muscles could speed up the healing process in the tissues, says an interesting study, reports IANS. The Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) works by mechanically stimulating the tissue, which prompts stem cells to kick-start repair work.

  • dhaka-anti-terror-operation-forces

    IS owning Dhaka cafe attack ‘credible’, says Italian Minister

    Rome: Italy, which lost nine of its citizens in last week’s terror attack on a cafe in the Bangladeshi capital, said on Thursday that the Islamic State militant group’s claim of responsibility for the deadly attack is “credible”.

  • Shah Rukh Khan on Ramazan Eid

    I used to get Rs 11 as Eidi: Shah Rukh Khan

    Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan went down memory lane on the festive occasion of Eid on Thursday and shared that he used to get only Rs 11 during his childhood days as Eidi.

  • disturbed sleep

    Too much or too little sleep ups inflammatory disease risk

    New York: Sleep disturbances and longer sleep duration are associated with increases in markers of inflammation, finds a new study, reports IANS. Insufficient sleep is considered a public health epidemic by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Together with diet and physical activity, sleep health represents a third component in the promotion of health-span,” said Michael Irwin from the University of California – Los Angeles, US.

  • Aamir Khan

    This Ramazan Eid, Aamir Khan’s ‘Eidi’ to son Azad is Rs. 2

    Mumbai: He may be one of the highest earning stars in the country but superstar Aamir Khan says he gives his son Azad Rao an Eidi of only Rs 2. Aamir interacted with the media today on the occasion of Eid at his mother’s residence.

  • etc 2nd lead - angry person Pic:

    People with anger problems are poor social interactions

    Washington: People with anger issues are wired to misunderstand the intentions of others in social situations which cause impaired judgement and escalates explosive outbursts, a new study has found, reports PTI. Scientists found that people with intermittent explosive disorder (IED), or impulsive aggression, have a weakened connection between regions of the brain associated with sensory input, language processing and social interaction.

  • A smartphone user shows the Facebook application on his phone in Zenica, in this photo illustration Pic:

    Facebook unveils open source wireless access platform

    New York: In a fresh bid to connect nearly four billion people to internet, Facebook on Thursday announced an open source and cost-effective, software-defined wireless access platform aimed to improve connectivity in remote areas of the world, reports IANS.