Free Press Journal
  • New nutrition model to help fight obesity

    Sydney: Calling for a radical rethinking of human nutrition science, scientists have developed a new framework called “nutritional geometry” which is the culmination of more than 20 years of research in the field.

  • NASA set to unravel giant asteroid that can hit Earth

    Washington: A near-Earth asteroid that is coming towards our planet after being dislodged by a gravitational pull can indeed strike us and and cause massive destruction but according to experts, it has a one in 2,700 chances of hitting.

  • olympics

    Rio Olympics to have up to 4,500 urine anti-doping tests

    Rio De Janeiro : Up to 4,500 urine tests and at least 1,000 blood tests will be conducted in the Rio Olympic Games anti-doping programme, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President, Thomas Bach, said on Sunday.

  • Mere talk on women development won’t help: Former DCW chief tells Nitish

    New Delhi: Dubbing the Darbhanga incident where a women was allegedly beaten and forced to drink her urine after being branded as a ‘witch’ as unfortunate, former Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Barkha Shukla Singh on Monday urged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to ask the elected legislators of the state to make endeavours with regard to development of women in Bihar.

  • Deepika Padukone

    Who’s the queen of Bollywood?

    The verdict is out and it’s not really surprising. Deepika Padukone is highest earner of Bollywood among actresses. She beats Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut and Katrina Kaif to become the highest paid Bollywood heroine.

  • Pumping adrenaline in Bollywood

    A lot of actors claim to love adventure sports but when it comes to real adventure, how many of them really indulge in it? Taking road trips across the country, camping in the mountains and going on bike tours, is the way to live life. Very few of them actually make the most of their life.

  • Downpour exposes the Gurugram mess

    The total collapse of the infrastructure of Gurugram, formerly Gurgaon, in the wake of torrential rains last week has exposed the abject failure of urban town planning in a city that was being touted as the pride of India as a tech city with the most prestigious of multinationals having their presence there.

  • Vikram Bhatt bitten by the web bug

    Known for his experimental cinema, Vikram Bhatt is all set to launch his new series ‘Maaya’ on his own web channel, VB on the web, in October. ‘Maaya’ is an adult love story about two people who come together using aliases and experiment with BDSM. It’s as close to E L James’s erotic.

  • Not that negative: Arbaaz on his character in ‘Tera Intezaar’

    Actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan says that his character in the upcoming film “Tera Intezaar” is not as negative as the one that he essayed in his debut film “Daraar”. “My first film ‘Daraar’ was also a type of romantic thriller. It was a bit of violent film as my character was a bit too negative. In this, it is not that negative,” Arbaaz said during a media interaction on the sets of

  • Politicians betray Kashmir: Stones vs pellets

    Forget restoring the part that is under Pakistan’s control, can Modi really have a strategy that ends the ongoing pellets versus stones battles on the streets of Kashmir? Or do we really want to perpetually live under a situation where lakhs of soldiers of the Indian security forces have to be deployed to fight the challenge posed by a few hundred or thousands militants?