Free Press Journal
  • Babies watch parents to learn what foods are good

    Los Angeles: Parents, take note! If you want your baby to love broccoli, you better like it too, because the little one is watching you to learn which foods are good and bad, researchers say.

  • Painkillers work differently for men, women: study

    Los Angeles: Painkillers and antidepressants may work differently in men and women as the potential therapeutics are rarely tested in females, a new study has claimed.

  • Only 0.08% Indians donate their organs

    New Delhi: Only 0.08 per cent of Indians donate their organs to the needy as compared to 70-80 per cent of Spaniards and Belgians, health experts said.

  • Pak envoy’s remarks on Kashmir due to frustration: BJP

    New Delhi: BJP today attributed Pakistan’s “provocative” remarks on Kashmir to its “frustration” after Prime Minister Narendra Modi targeted it over atrocities against people in PoK and Balochistan.

  • Mahad tragedy: Missing SUV found, 2 bodies feared stuck inside

    Mumbai: On the 11th day of search operations, Navy divers today found the wreckage of an SUV, with two bodies feared to be trapped inside, in Savitri river near Mahad in Raigad district where a British-era bridge had collapsed on August 2.

  • Boko Haram releases new video of alleged Chibok girls

    Kano (Nigeria): Boko Haram today released a video of the girls allegedly kidnapped from Chibok in April 2014, showing some who are still alive and claiming others died in air strikes.

  • Kashmir unrest: India snubs Pakistan’s ‘absurd’ aid proposal

    New Delhi: India on Sunday rejected Pakistan’s ‘absurd’ offer to send aid to violence-hit Kashmir and stated that New Delhi has already received enough of trademark exports like ‘international terrorism, cross-border infiltrators, weapons, narcotics and fake currency’.

  • Nepal government urged to focus on bilateral ties

    Kathmandu: The opposition Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxists-Leninists) on Sunday urged the newly-installed government to focus on the implementation of bilateral agreements signed with China and India in the recent past.

  • PeeCee crowned Hollywood’s ‘IT Girl’ of 2015

    New Delhi: From winning a People’s Choice Award for her American series ‘Quantico’ to gracing the covers of several international magazines, B-Town’s diva Priyanka Chopra is on an unstoppable spree of conquering one feat after the other.

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    Pakistani troops fire at Indian posts

    Jammu: Pakistani troops opened unprovoked firing at Indian positions near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu region on Sunday, the military said. A woman was injured in the firing.

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    BCCI congratulates India for Test series win against West Indies

    Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday congratulated the national team on their dramatic 237-run victory in the third Test against hosts the West Indies on Saturday. This enabled India take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match series as the second Test ended in a draw.

  • Rio Games braces for Bolt and more

    Rio de Janeiro: Super Saturday is followed by Sensational Sunday at the Olympics where Usain Bolt should transfix the sporting world when he explodes out of the 100 metres starting blocks.