Free Press Journal
  • Juvenile suicide bomber foiled in Kirkuk

    Irbil: A juvenile would be suicide bomber was apprehended in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk before he was able to detonate his explosive belt, Iraqi police said today.

  • Japan’s first lady visits Pearl Harbor

    Tokyo: The wife of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited Pearl Harbor, bombed by Japanese planes nearly 75 years ago in an attack that brought the United States into World War II.

  • Can insurance help musicians? Yes, says Shubha Mudgal

    Insurance would serve as a tremendous leg-up in ensuring that young artistes take up music as a stable profession, says noted Hindustani classical singer Shubha Mudgal. “Younger people are committed to music but the issue is how to make it a full-time profession for them.

  • Parineeti’s friend opens up!

    Very recently, Parineeti Chopra made a video for her friend Shahzaib Ali on his birthday. The video also featured Alia Bhatt and the two were seen wishing him. At one point Parineeti tells him to eat less and lose weight. When this video surfaced online, everyone on social media accused her of body shaming him.

  • Athiya to star opposite Arjun?

    We are back to keep up our promise of telling you about the balance cast of Anees Bazmee’s film starring Anil Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor. Well, it’s obviously the heroine we are going to talk about and we won’t give you a prize if you’ve guessed that this film will have 2 heroines.

  • Vinay Pathak “not cut out to run around trees”

    Versatile actor Vinay Pathak admires those who make commercial cinema look great, but he says he does not consider himself cut out for “running around trees”. “I really don’t do commercial cinema. Not because I look down upon them or anything, but I think I am little inadequate to be part of cinema where I feel false. I feel it’s not real… running around the trees,” Vinay told IANS.

  • Mukesh Ambani

    RIL asks staff to stop using mobile service of other operators

    New Delhi: Reliance Industries, India’s largest conglomerate, has asked its 40,000-plus employees to stop using phones connections of existing operators, like Airtel and Vodafone, and instead switch to its own high-speed 4G Jio.

  • Women have emotionally more intense nightmares than men

    New York: Women not only have more nightmares than men, their nightmares are emotionally more intense than mens’, finds a study. Men also typically dream more of exciting and joyful things, the researchers said, reports IANS.

  • Heres how to overcome jetlag

    New Delhi: In today’s world, travelling across time zones is inevitable and so in the jetlag due to that. Here are some tips to prevent a jetlag or recover from it, says ANI.

  • Brain’s chemical signals seen in real time

    New York: Scientists have developed a new technique that allows them to see what happens in the brains of live animals in real time, an advance that may eventually lead to a greater understanding of how we learn, develop and fight addictions, reports PTI.

  • Inconsistent work hours affect employees’ personal life: study

    New York: Nearly 40 percent of low-wage employees in the US worked inconsistent hours after the Great Recession, say researchers, making it hard for them to plan for basic needs like paying rent or taking care of their kids, reports IANS.