Free Press Journal
  • Academic gender gap wider in India: Study

    Washington: Academically talented girls in India surpass boys in language performance, while male students hold an overwhelming advantage in math performance over their female counterparts, a new study has found.

  • Dragon and Elephant can peacefully co-exist: China

    New Delhi: Notwithstanding differences in Sino-India relations, China today said “sound and stable” development of ties in recent years has proved that the “dragon” and the “elephant” can join hands and peacefully co-exist.

  • Beyonce, Jay Z to adopt child

    Los Angeles: Singer Beyonce Knowles and rapper Jay Z, who have a four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, are reportedly planning to adopt a child.

  • Apple iPad app helps astronauts track dietary intake

    Washington: An iPad app, designed specifically for use in space, simplifies the way astronauts track their dietary intake and offers greater insight for physicians and researchers on the Earth looking to keep crews healthy and fit, NASA said.

  • Gujarat ATS nabs two suspected Pak spies from Kutch

    Bhuj (Gujarat): The Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has nabbed two persons, who were allegedly working as spies for Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, from Kutch district.

  • Dinosaurs likely did not ‘sing’: Study

    Houston: Dinosaurs may not have been able to make noises similar to the bird calls we hear today, say scientists who have found the oldest known vocal organ of a bird in an Antarctic fossil.

  • Suzuki, Toyota announced partnership

    Japanese auto majors Toyota Motor Corp. (TMC) and Suzuki Motor Corp. (SMC) announced a partnership to devise collective strategies for strengthening collaboration in fields of environment, safety, and information technology, on Wednesday.

  • Rukmini is simple, loving and perfect: Neil Nitin Mukesh

    New Delhi: Bollywood actor Neil Nitin Mukesh, who has got engaged to Mumbai-based Rukmini Sahay, is ecstatic about finding his life partner. He says he loves that she understands his pranks and more so as she stands for the “perfect balance” that a man would want in his wife.

  • BMW reveals the all-new Series 5

    Disclaimer: CarDekho recommends that you brew a nice cup of coffee for this report. The car you’re going to read about has a L-O-T to offer!

  • Maratha quota: Bombay High Court gives last chance to file affidavit

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today voiced dissatisfaction over the Maharashtra government’s delay in filing affidavit and other submissions in a matter pertaining to reservation in government jobs and educational institutions in the state for the Maratha community.

  • Dipa Karmakar not returning BMW car handed over by Sachin Tendulkar

    Agartala: Indian trailblazing gymnast Dipa Karmakar has rubbished the ongoing reports of returning back the BMW handed over by legendary cricket Sachin Tendulkar due to poor road conditions in Tripura, saying that she cannot even think of doing the same.

  • Government approves Rs 1,955-cr road link project

    New Delhi: A highway project worth Rs 1,955 crore for construction of a road link between Sahibganj in Jharkhand to Manihari in Bihar, including a bridge on the Ganges, received Cabinet clearance today.

  • Cabinet nod to revision of ethanol price for petrol blending

    New Delhi: Moving towards a free market structure, the Cabinet today approved a new mechanism for revising price of sugarcane-extracted ethanol used for blending in petrol, resulting in drop in rates by Rs 3 to Rs 39 per litre.