Free Press Journal
  • Dengue cases rise to nearly 1,700 in Delhi

    New Delhi: The number of dengue cases in the national capital has increased to 1,692, with 921 of them being recorded this month, according to a municipal report released today.

  • Congress expresses disappointment over Swaraj’s UN address

    New Delhi: Congress tonight expressed deep disappointment over Sushma Swaraj’s address in the UN, insisting that the Modi government has “failed us again by its meek response” by not calling Pakistan a “terror state”.

  • Sushma assures UN of India’s commitment to combat climate change

    New York: Reiterating its commitment to play a leading role in combating climate change, India on Monday urged the developed nations to discharge their responsibility in the search for the common good with finance and technology transfer.

  • PM praises Sushma Swaraj for UNGA address

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today praised External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for her speech at the UN General Assembly, saying she had made “firm, effective and fine articulation” of a range of issues.

  • 10 talked about star kids of 2016

    Their parents’ have or in some cases are still ruling Bollywood. Here we present star kids who are in news for either their social media presence or acting debuts.

  • Men behind ‘Parched’ success!

    From renowned producer Ajay Devgn to Oscar-winner Director of Photography Russell Carpenter, Leena Yadav’s multi-award winning ‘Parched’ boasts of an impressive line-up of the biggest names not just in Bollywood but Hollywood too. Now with the multi-award winning film set to storm theatres here, the men behind the film’s worldwide success talk about their association with it.

  • Karan finally opens up on controversy going on Pakistani actors

    Filmmaker Karan Johar has finally spoken about the ongoing controversy surrounding Pakistani artistes. Commenting on the issue, Karan said that while his heart bleeds for the lives lost in the Uri terror attack, boycotting artistes from Pakistan is no solution to terrorism.

  • Swaraj tells Pakistan to introspect, highlights Balochistan

    United Nations: In a sharp rebuke to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s “tirade” on Kashmir, India today said those accusing others of rights violations must introspect as it censured Pakistan for the first time at the UNGA for perpetrating the “worst form of state oppression” in Balochistan.

  • Lack of training in new skills worry creatives

    New Delhi: While rise of design-led thinking in the realm of business is having a positive effect on creative professionals in India, nearly half of them feel that they are not being sufficiently trained in new skills, a survey by Adobe shows, says IANS.

  • Kashmir an integral part of India: Sushma at UN

    United Nations: Targetting Pakistan squarely, India on Monday told the United Nations that Jammu and Kashmir is an inalienable part of the country and nobody can wrest it away by force.

  • Refrain from pushing both countries to war, Badal tells Pakistan

    Chandigarh: Pointing out that the people in east and west Punjab (in India and Pakistan respectively) would be the worst sufferers, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday called upon the Pakistani leadership to refrain from pushing the two countries to war.

  • Can trophy hunting help conserve lions?

    London: Trophy hunting of lions may play a key role in their conservation by helping maintain important habitat for this threatened species, scientists claim. Lions need large areas to thrive, and managing this land is expensive, researchers said, reports PTI.

  • Children with ADHD more prone to reproaches: Study

    Tokyo: Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are potentially more exposed to reproaches, say researchers in a study that aimed to find the effect of punishment in children with the disorder, reports IANS.

  • Prostate cancer poses no threat to life if detected early: Experts

    New Delhi: Prostate cancer which develops in the male reproductive gland poses no major threat to life if diagnosed and in tervened at early stage, say health experts. “If detected and intervened at early stage, an individual can comfortably live for 10-20 years. Prostate cancer (PCa) does not lead to death,” P.N Dogra of the AIIMS, according to IANS.

  • Robots patrol Chinese airport

    Beijing: Chinese Shenzhen International Airport has employed robots to patrol one of its terminals, making it the first public place in the country to be so guarded, says IANS. The Anbot robots are oval-shaped and resemble the Star Wars ‘R2D2’ robot or the Daleks from Doctor Who, EFE news reported.