Free Press Journal
  • ‘Delhi Police may arrest 2 more AAP MLAs’

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Ashutosh attacked the Delhi Police on Thursday, saying said two more party MLAs might be arrested.

  • Beef Thrashing: Woman alleges assault at Bajrang Dal’s behest

    Mandsaur (MP): The two Muslim women who were thrashed at Mandsaur railway station on the suspicion of carrying beef today alleged that they were beaten at the behest of Bajrang Dal workers, even as the GRP arrested four persons in this connection.

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    Online counselling may help to lose weight

    London: Online behavioural counselling tool can be effective at helping people lose weight, revealed a survey. Using the Positive Online Weight Reduction (POWeR)+ online programme with very brief support from practice staff, participants lost over one kg more averaged over 12 months and were more likely to maintain clinically important weight loss by 12 months.

  • We need to work hard to make series even: Simmons

    Kingston: His inexperienced team might have been outclassed by India in the opening Test but West Indies chief coach Phil Simmons believes there is no need to be demoralised and urged his boys to work hard and make it even in the second match of the four-Test series.

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    Zika virus antibodies identified in mice

    Washington: Scientists have identified six Zika virus antibodies in mice, an advance that may pave the way for a vaccine, better diagnostic tests and possibly new therapies for the mosquito-borne virus.

  • Price rise ‘alarming’, there should be a ‘state of emergency’

    New Delhi: Condemning Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s ‘Ache Din’ promise, Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury on Thursday said the price rise is really “an alarming situation”, adding that it should be “a state of emergency”.

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    Hiroshima urges Pokemon Go ban in memorial

    Tokyo: Authorities in Japan’s Hiroshima city on Thursday urged the creators of the highly popular augemented reality game Pokemon Go’s creators to keep its virtual monsters out of memorials to victims of the atomic bomb.

  • Sunil Munjal to step down from Hero MotoCorp Board on Aug 16

    New Delhi: Hero MotoCorp Ltd, the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, today said Sunil Kant Munjal will step down from the board of the company when his tenure as Joint Managing Director ends on August 16.

  • Hindu boy shot over blasphemy in Sindh

    Karachi: A Hindu youth was shot dead as communal tension gripped a district in Pakistan’s Sindh province following alleged desecration of a holy book by a man from the minority community who was arrested for blasphemy.

  • Pak police probe British woman’s honour killing

    Lahore: Pakistani police have launched a probe after registering a murder case against parents and relatives of a British-Pakistani woman who died under mysterious circumstances during her visit to the country, raising suspicions that she was a victim of “honour killing”.

  • Sun Pharma in $50 million deal with Spanish firm

    Chennai: Indian drug major Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd said it entered into $50 million licensing agreement with Spanish firm Almirall for the development and commercialisation of tildrakizumab for psoriasis in Europe.

  • Japan knife attacker grins before cameras

    Tokyo: A Japanese man who admitted to murdering 19 people at a centre for the mentally disabled grinned before news cameras before being questioned over the country’s worst killing spree in decades, reports AFP. The 26-year-old reportedly said he wanted all disabled people to “disappear” after the knife rampage that left his victims in pools of blood, including some who were stabbed in the neck.