Free Press Journal
  • Digvijay Singh hits out at Parrikar on RSS teaching remark

    Hyderabad: Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has dubbed as “outrageous” Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s statement trying to credit “RSS teaching” for the decision to launch surgical strikes across the LoC.

  • Cheese can enhance taste of wine

    London: The next time you drink a glass of wine, don’t forget to combine it with a cube of cheese. Researchers have confirmed that consuming cheese may actually increase how much someone likes the wine they are drinking.

  • Monkeys like humans make stone flakes: Study

    London: Researchers have observed wild-bearded capuchin monkeys in Brazil deliberately break stones, unintentionally creating flakes that share many of the characteristics of those produced by early Stone Age hominins.

  • Older men cling to 60s blueprint of masculinity: Study

    Washington: Older men continue to follow the ‘Blueprint of Manhood’ learnt in their youth – dominant ideas of masculinity that were prevalent in the 1960s – leaving them unequipped for the assaults of old age, a new study has claimed.

  • Aamir Khan travels to Bhutan to advocate against malnutrition

    Thimphu: Actor Aamir Khan, who is a Unicef Regional Goodwill Ambassador, took time out from his schedule to meet children affected by malnutrition here and to witness how the organisation is working to address stunting across the country.

  • Set up special team to trace missing JNU student: Rajnath to Delhi Police

    New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today directed the Delhi Police to set up a special team to trace a missing student of Jawaharlal Nehru University, where a section of students has been staging protest alleging inaction by authorities in the case.

  • Mukesh Bhatt meets Rajnath Singh for safe release of ‘Ae Dil…’

    New Delhi, Mukesh Bhatt, President of the Film and Television Producers Guild of India, on Thursday here met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who assured them of a “great Diwali” with a safe and secure release of Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” on October 28 — two days before the festival of lights.

  • Rajnath Singh seeks report on JNU matter

    New Delhi, Amid protests over a missing Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday asked Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma for a detailed report on the issue.

  • Gaya road rage: Parents question basis for granting bail to Rocky Yadav

    Gaya(Bihar): A day after the Patna High Court granted bail to Rocky Yadav, the son of a suspended JD(U) MLC, in a case of killing Aditya Sachdeva in Gaya, the victim’s parents on Thursday said it is a very bad day for Bihar and also questioned the basis for granting bail.

  • Order food, book movies on Facebook with friends help

    New York: Facebook on Thursday introduced new features to allow you to order food, request an appointment with a local spa, get a quote and even book movie tickets with your friends recommendations as you travel to a new place.

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    Apple sues accessory makers for selling counterfeits

    San Francisco: Claiming that genuine Apple accessories like Lightning-to-USB cables and USB power adapters sold on Amazon and Groupon are 90 per cent fake, the Cupertino-based tech giant has filed a lawsuit against US-based Mobile Star LLC, accusing it of selling counterfeit accessories online.

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    From Sridevi to Divyanka, here’s how B-town celebrated Karwa Chauth

    Bollywood and TV celebrities’ were all in Karwa Chauth mode on Wednesday. From pujas to parties, everyone celebrated the festival in their own way. Social media went crazy with adorable pictures from newly engaged Neil Nitin Mukesh to newly wedded Divyanka Tripathi. Here’s a dekko.