Free Press Journal
  • Daily Horoscope for 15th August

    Aries:- You`ll be persistent and will not give up even if you don`t succeed in your first try. Friends will be very supportive. Students will perform well in their exams.  You may have fruitful journeys and pleasure-trips.

  • Milwaukee officials call for calm after unrest over shooting

    Milwaukee: Simmering anger over the fatal shooting of a man by police erupted in violence on Milwaukee’s predominantly black north side, with protesters skirmishing with officers over several hours and setting fire to at least four businesses in an outburst the mayor says was fed by social media.

  • Chinese woman saved after 38 hours in sea

    Beijing: A 32-year-old Chinese woman has been saved by a fishing boat off the coast of Shanghai after being adrift at sea for 38 hours. The survivor, surnamed Fan, was rescued on Friday, local newspaper Zhoushan Daily reported.

  • Six of Prince’s former homes to be sold

    Los Angeles: The company which is overseeing the affairs of the late singer Prince has sought permission from court to sell six of his homes, according to IANS. The singer died from an overdose in April and he didn’t leave a will.

  • ‘Star Wars’ actor Kenny Baker dies at 81

    London: British actor Kenny Baker, best known for playing robot character R2-D2 in the first six “Star Wars” films, has passed away. He was 81.

  • Freed terrorists face compulsory therapy in UK!

    London:  Convicted Islamist terrorists in the UK who are released on parole will face compulsory therapy sessions with moderate imams or be sent back into prison, a media report claimed today.

  • I became an actor to make money: Fawad Khan

    With looks as ‘hot’ as fire and millions of fans, he may be one of B-Town’s most wanted star but the handsome Fawad Khan has recently revealed that acting to him was just a source to make money.

  • I’m enjoying life as a non-smoker: Hrithik Roshan

    A slew of actors are known for their smoking habits, but Hrithik Roshan kicked the butt a few years ago and is soaking in the joy of being a non-smoker. He says a cigarette is the worst evil manufactured and he could be a role model for those who want to quit.

  • Nityanand Charandas

    The Need for Forgiveness

    If we are to have any hope of peace in this world, we must master the art of forgiveness.– Radhanath Swami.

  • Excess ‘good cholesterol’ may shorten your life

    Washington: Both high and low levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol – commonly called ‘good cholesterol’ for helping reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack – may increase a person’s risk of premature death, a new study has claimed.

  • Saina crashes out of Olympics

    Rio de Janeiro: India’s premier shuttler Saina Nehwal crashed out of the Rio Olympic Games losing to Marija Ulitina of Ukraine in her second match of Group G here on Sunday.

  • Junk food commercials trigger unhealthy choices among kids

    New York: Junk food commercials on pizzas and burgers during TV programmes influence food choices among children and their brain activities as well, say researchers, adding that the children’s decisions are driven by tastiness rather than healthfulness.