Free Press Journal
  • Maharashtra to develop 10 regional aiports

    Mumbai: The Civil Aviation Ministry and Airports Authority of India will collaborate with Maharashtra government to develop 10 small airports in the state as part of the government’s Regional Connectivity Scheme, it was announced here on Tuesday.

  • Irom Sharmila appears in court

    Imphal: Irom Sharmila, who broke her 16-year-old fast demanding repeal of the Armed Forces Special Power Act, today appeared before the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal West, Lamkhanpau Tonsing.

  • Recreating ‘Titanic’ moment…Bollywood style

    For the dream song ‘Udanchoo…’ in Eros International’s musical drama, Banjo, Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri were given the task of recreating the iconic ‘Titanic’ pose epitomised by Kate Winslet and Leonardo Di Caprio in the 1997 Hollywood blockbuster.

  • Swara Bhaskar to appear in web series

    Actress Swara Bhaskar is joining the web series bandwagon with “It’s That Simple” — an entertainer revolving around the idea of marriage, relationships, a woman’s stand in a marriage, love and more. She is excited about stepping into the “circus ring”.

  • Indian films bleeding with taxation: Zoya Akhtar

    Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar has expressed concern over the heavy taxation on Indian films, which she says is “backbreaking” for producers. The “Dil Dhadakne Do” helmer called upon the government to support the industry.

  • Kareena is very much in Veere Di Wedding

    It is officially confirmed that Kareena Kapoor Khan is very much a part of ‘Veere Di Wedding’. According to a report by a news portal, the makers including producer Rhea Kapoor have laughed off the reports, and clarified that Kareena is an integral part of the film and will be shooting for it in October.

  • Antibiotics may risk your child with Type 1 diabetes

    New York: Parents need to be extra careful while giving antibiotics to children as new research has found that the commonly-prescribed drug can significantly increase the risk for Type 1 diabetes.

  • Soluble corn fibre can help women build stronger bones

    New York: Supplementing food with soluble corn fibre at two critical times in a woman’s life – adolescence and post-menopause – can help build and retain calcium in the bones, two studies have found, reports IANS.

  • Global migration map to help fight malaria

    London: Researchers have developed a map based on the census data of 40 different countries that can track the flow of internal human migration in low- and middle-income countries as well as help in the global fight against infectious diseases like malaria, reports IANS.

  • Use alternatives to food to comfort infants: study

    New York: Parents could reward infants with activity or cuddling rather than food, encouraging healthy behaviour and lifestyle in the future, says a study, reports IANS.

  • Discovered: New movement of the eye

    London: We probably do it every day but scientists have only now discovered a distinct new way in which we move our eyes. The team from University of Tübingen in Germany assessed the eye movements of 11 participants using tiny wires attached to the cornea and with infrared video tracking, says IANS.

  • Apps, video streaming driving smartphone users’ loyalty

    New Delhi: Young smartphone users take into account how their favourite social media and video streaming apps perform on the network rather than the extent and reach of network coverage to continue their services with an operator, a report revealed on Tuesday.