Free Press Journal
  • star kids

    Leave ‘em kids alone!

    It is fact that there is a lot of curiosity about star kids, perhaps that’s the reason why these teens cannot enjoy a healthy social-life!

  • What’s Katrina Kaif upto?

    Katrina Kaif seems to be the classic case of the prodigal son who came home a bit too late. While everyone in the Khan household has embraced her with open arms, there seems to be only Iulia Vantur is who being ‘Bhabhi-ed’ out there. So while Kaif is all out there celebrating Bhai’s super success with common friends, it is Miss Vantur who is also deeply embedded in the Khan house and

  • Alia Bhatt paranoid of going fat

    For someone who had once been chubby, the think silhouette she possesses now, isn’t something she takes for granted. “I just don’t go on a binge trip, I have invested too much into looking the way I look today to give it all up and lax,” claims Alia.

  • Salman Khan in Sultan

    No one makes money like Salman

    No matter what people call him behind his back, the fact is that when Salman Khan is on screen there cannot be anyone as enthralling, at least in Bollywood.

  • universe

    ‘Big Bounce’ behind birth of universe?

    London: Our universe may have ‘bounced’ into existence from an older collapsing one, rather than expanding from a single point of dense, hot material, according to new study that provides support to the ‘Big Bounce’ theory to explain the birth of our cosmos, reports PTI.

  • kareena kapoor

    Kareena is the sitting duck for gossip hounds

    Ever since Kareena Kapoor Khan’s pregnancy news has come out everyone is going bonkers just to get a glimpse of her, get a picture of her and circle some hardly been seen baby bump. Obviously Kareena is not keen on playing to the gallery. The actress is already looking forward to getting her work assignments in place and finished before she needs to go on a break. Apparently, Bebo is already preparing

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    Leukaemia drug may help treat Parkinson’s, dementia 

    Washington: A drug approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to treat leukemia has the potential to improve motor and cognitive functions of patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease and dementia, a small study has found, reports IANS.

  • Trai explores pubic wi-fi models, expects 90% cut in data cost

    New Delhi: Telecom regulator Trai today sought public views on allowing non-telecom companies to participate in setting up public wifi hotspots, and said low-cost Wi-Fi access infrastructure could slash internet rates by up to 90 per cent, while offering faster speeds.

  • Hacker Pic: cloudfirstinc.com

    Public Wi-Fi networks, a haven for hackers

    New Delhi: If you are a frequent business traveller and spend most of your time away from the safe internet boundaries of your office or home, be warned. Public Wi-Fi networks — at the hotel lobby, in the spa, at the poolside or inside a shopping mall — are not at all secure for official work, sensitive data sharing or transferring funds.

  • Vivek-Oberoi

    ‘Great Grand Masti’ actors mum on online leak

    New Delhi: Actors Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivadasani, Riteish Deshmukh and Urvashi Rautela chose to stay mum on the online leak of their forthcoming film “Great Grand Masti” prior to its release.

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    ‘South China Sea ruling may trigger domino effect among other claimants’

    Beijing: Chinese official media and think- tanks are worried over a possible “domino effect” with surge in claims by other countries to press for their share of the South China Sea, a day after a UN-backed tribunal dealt a major blow to China’s claims over the disputed maritime area. While the verdict striking down China’s historic claims evoked strong comments in the editorials, the sweeping judgement of the tribunal appointed by

  • Brain

    Decreased blood flow in brain earliest sign of Alzheimer’s

    Toronto: Contrary to previous understanding, the first physiological sign of Alzheimer’s disease is a decrease in blood flow in the brain, say researchers. An increase in amyloid protein was considered to be the first detectable sign of Alzheimer’s. While amyloid certainly plays a role, this study found that changes in blood flow were the earliest known warning sign of Alzheimer’s.

  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani

    Separatists extend shutdown call till July 15

    Srinagar: Separatist groups today extended the shutdown call in Kashmir till July 15 to protest against the killing of civilians in the aftermath of gunning down of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani last Friday.

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    Madhesi Morcha to support new Nepali Congress, Maoist coalition

    Kathmandu: The agitating Madhesi Morcha in Nepal will support the new power-sharing deal reached between the Nepali Congress and CPN (Maoist Centre) to topple the K.P. Sharma Oli-led government and will support Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” as the country’s next prime minister, a top Madhesi leader said on Wednesday.

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    Pak man’s nose, ear cut off for eloping with relative

    Lahore: A man’s nose and an ear have been brutally chopped off for eloping with a girl related to him against her family’s wish in Pakistan’s Punjab province, the latest incident of ‘family honour’ in the country. According to police, the 20-year-old girl, who lives in Jhang district, some 160 kms from here, had eloped with her relative Imran Ali sometime ago.

  • Zakir Naik Peace TV

    ‘Peace Schools’ under scan after ban on Naik’s TV

    Dhaka: Schools in Bangladesh bearing the name “Peace” came under government scanner on Wednesday following the ban on Mumbai-based controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik‘s Peace TV. The schools in the country were allegedly being operated in line with Naik’s ideology by adding “Peace” to their names, bdnews24 reported.