Free Press Journal
  • Excess of red meat, eggs may up mortality risk

    New York: A higher intake of proteins from animal sources, like processed and unprocessed red meats, eggs can lead to an increase in mortality rate in people living an unhealthy lifestyle and are obese or underweight, says a study.

  • ‘Sultan’ just Rs 12 cr behind ‘Dhoom 3’ record

    It has been well over three weeks since the Ali Abbas Zafar directed Salman Khan – Anushka Sharma starrer ‘Sultan‘ hit screens. The film which was one of the most highly anticipated, talked about and keenly awaited films of 2016, fast became one of the biggest money spinners of the year. While the film has gone on to break numerous records, there are a few, that still seem a bit elusive.

  • Akshay Kumar on why he feels good about his next release ‘Rustom’

    The Rustom trailer has evoked unprecedented response. Your response?
    > Gratitude is my biggest response. I knew I liked the film, I knew I found the concept interestingly gripping. But one never knows how the World will react to what I personally feel is intriguing and interesting.

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    This V8 Powered Miata MX-5 Can Shame Supercars!

    They aren’t called Flyin’ Miata for the sake of it! Peek inside the hood of this particular example and you’d notice that it is rather tightly packed. What is it packed with, you ask? The answer is simple — HORSEPOWER!

  • PM to kick off campaign to rekindle spirit of patriotism

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will kick off a mega BJP campaign ’70 saal azadi-yaad karo kurbani’ on August 9, the 75th year of Quit India movement, and virtually the entire Council of Ministers will travel across the country to “rekindle the spirit of patriotism”.

  • AAP MLA Surender Singh rubbishes fake degree allegations

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA from Delhi Cantonment Surender Singh on Tuesday rubbished the allegations of fake degree levelled by BJP’s Karan Singh Tanwar, and said it was all part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plan to target AAP leaders.

  • Bandh for special status affects normal life in Andhra

    Vijayawada: The state-wide bandh, called by main opposition YSR Congress demanding that the Centre grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh, affected normal life with business activity coming to a standstill and educational institutions remaining shut.

  • Plan was to bat once: Rahane

    Kingston (Jamaica): Sitting comfortably with a 304-run lead, India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane said the plans of batting just once during the match seems to have worked for the team.

  • Saudi female runner breaks barriers in Rio marathon

    Rio de Janeiro: Pioneer Saudi sportswoman Sarah al-Attar has already raced at the Olympics, but now her campaign will become a marathon as she uses the Rio Games to break down barriers in the conservative kingdom.

  • Incessant rains lash Nashik

    Nashik (Maha): Incessant rains continued to lash the city and other parts of the district on the third consecutive day today throwing normal life out of gear.

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    BMW to introduce new engines by 2017

    In a bid to make its cars more frugal, milder on the planet and yet powerful, BMW has confirmed the development of its modular family, next-gen engines which will power its future cars. The all-new three and four cylinder Efficient Dynamics petrol and diesel engines will be the smoothest, most fuel-efficient and the most powerful to have come out from BMW.

  • Petrol bomb hurled at J-K Minister’s house

    Srinagar: A petrol bomb was hurled at the house of Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Naeem Akhtar in Parraypora area of the city last night, police said today.

  • You’ll never become a victim of injustice again: PM assures Narsingh

    New Delhi: After receiving a clean chit from the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) over doping charges against him, Indian wrestler Narsingh Yadav was assured by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday that he would never face injustice again and wished him all the best for the upcoming Rio Olympics.