Free Press Journal
  • Kris Jenner

    Woman arrested for stalking Kris Jenner

    Los Angeles: A woman was arrested for reportedly stalking reality TV personality Kris Jenner. On Thursday, nurse’s assistant Christina Elizabeth Bankston of Newark, California, was arrested at her home on 15 counts related to hacking one of the reality TV star’s online accounts and sending her threatening text messages, reports

  • Very excited for Sindhu’s match, let’s hope we get a gold: Sachin Tendulkar

    Mumbai: Wishing best of luck to ace Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu ahead of her women’s singles final against World No. 1 Carolina Marin, cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar on Friday said that the was very excited for the match and expressed hope that India will finally bag a gold.

  • Uber acquires truck startup

    San Francisco: American multinational online transportation firm Uber Technologies Inc. announced that it has acquired ‘Otto’, a technology startup whose aim is to make trucks self-driving.

  • Satellite

    Satellite images used to map poverty

    Washington: Stanford scientists have found a low-cost and more reliable method to map poverty in areas previously void of data – by combining satellite images and making use of machine learning.

  • pacific ocean

    Pacific sea level predicts global temperature changes: study

    Washington: The amount of sea level rise in the Pacific Ocean can be used to estimate future global surface temperatures, a new study has found. Based on the Pacific Ocean’s sea level in 2015, researchers estimate that by the end of this year, the world’s average surface temperature will increase up to 0.28 degrees Celsius more than in 2014.

  • Donald-Trump

    Trump regrets not using ‘right words’ sometimes

    Washington: Controversial Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he regretted causing personal pain to people sometimes by not choosing the “right words” and uttering the “wrong thing” even as his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton termed his remark a mere “well-written phrase”.

  • Eating oily fish may lower risk of diabetic vision-loss

    London: Eating oily fish twice in a week — equivalent to 500 mg per day of dietary omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids — can decrease the risk of sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy in middle-aged and older individuals with Type 2 diabetes, finds a study.

  • Gene linked to age-related hearing loss identified

    London: A team of researchers have identified a gene associated with age-related hearing loss that could help identify people for early treatment as well as lead to a possible prevention.

  • P.V. Sindhu will come back with an Olympic gold: Rajyavardhan Rathore

    New Delhi: Ecstatic with the performance of girls in the ongoing Rio Games, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore today expressed confidence that shuttler P.V. Sindhu will return home with an Olympic gold.

  • tweets

    New Twitter feature to filter ‘bad’ tweets

    New York: Micro-blogging website Twitter has added a quality filter to its notifications settings which, when turned on, will automatically filter low-quality content like duplicate tweets or content that appears to be automated.

  • Narsingh Yadav at NADA office

    We couldn’t convince CAS on conspiracy, sabotage: WFI chief

    Rio de Janeiro: Wrestling Federation of India today conceded that it was not being able to convince the Court of Arbitration for Sports’ panel that grappler Narsingh Yadav was a victim of conspiracy and sabotage, and that was why he lost the case and was ejected from the Rio Olympics with a four-year ban.


    Fatwa against Hafiz Saeed, says ‘good message’ from Muslims: Congress

    New Delhi: Welcoming the ‘fatwa’ issued against Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed by Dargah-e-Ala Hazrat in Bareilly declaring him anti-Islamic and a man of terrorist ideology, the Congress Party on Friday said it is a good message that is going down from the Muslims to the country at large.


    ED orders CBI to file fresh case against Mallya

    New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to register a fresh First Information Report (FIR) against embattled business tycoon Vijay Mallya with regard to Rs. 6,027 crore loan case. Assets worth Rs. 6,000 crore owned by Mallya are being identified, which will be later on seized to recover the loan.