Free Press Journal
  • Gurmeet Choudhary mobbed by fans in Georgia

    Gurmeet Choudhary was pleasantly surprised by the sweet gesture of his fans when he was shooting for his forthcoming thriller, Wajah Tum Ho, in the exotic locales of Georgia recently.

  • Shahid Kapoor wants his daughter to be proud of him

    Shahid Kapoor says he wants to be his best for his daughter Misha and wants her to be proud of him. When asked what it is like coming back to wife and a baby, the 35-year-old actor said, “I don’t want to leave. I guess a man who is a father will understand. It can’t be defined. It gives you a lot of strength. I feel strong because I want to fight

  • Shakespeare wrote Henry VI with rival Christopher Marlowe

    London: Three of William Shakespeare’s Henry VI plays were written in collaboration with his Elizabethan rival Christopher Marlowe, according to experts who suggest that contribution of other writers in some of the Bard’s iconic plays is largely underestimated, says PTI.

  • New millipede species with over 400 legs discovered

    Washington: Scientists have discovered a bizarre threadlike millipede with over 400 legs in the unexplored dark marble caves in the US, which may be an evolutionary cousin of the leggiest creature on the planet, says PTI.

  • Hip surgery may not help improve physical activity: study

    London: Hip replacement surgery may not improve a person’s physical activity levels, according to a new study which questions the purpose of the common operation in patients, says PTI.

  • Aerobic exercise helps ward off memory decline

    Toronto: Regular aerobic exercise may be beneficial for older adults who already have memory and thinking problems, says new research, according to IANS.

  • SC issues notice seeking their reply to shift Shahabuddin to Tihar

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today sought responses from controversial RJD leader Shahabuddin, sent back to jail by the apex court, and Bihar government as to why he should not be shifted out of the state and kept in Tihar Jail here from where trial in over 45 cases can be conducted through video conferencing.

  • Young tech-savvy Indians aspire to be entrepreneurs

    New Delhi: More and more tech-savvy young Indians, working in small or mid-sized organisations, wish to become entrepreneurs over the next 10 years, a new survey revealed on Monday. According to the survey conducted by a leading web hosting firm, 60 per cent of the 1,200 respondents in the country want to begin on their own.

  • Shivaay Trailer 2: Ajay Devgn impressive as father, action hero

    The countdown for ‘Shivaay’ has already begun. Just four days to go and the film will hit the silver screen. And with just few days remaining Ajay Devgn has released the second trailer of ‘Shivaay’ and this is one of the best treat for all his fans of the actor before Diwali.

  • Rich people really do ignore you when they walk by: study

    New York: Wealthy people pay less attention to those around them as compared to people of lower social status, according to a new study that used Google Glass headsets to track gazes, reports PTI.

  • SC to hear if names of bank defaulters can be made public

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hold a hearing on Friday (October 28) on whether the names of individuals and companies with non-performing assets (NPAs) of Rs 500 crore or more could be made public.

  • Sensex makes 102-point gain on Europe cues; ONGC leads

    Mumbai: Domestic stocks took on more strength on positive cues from Europe as the benchmark Sensex rallied nearly 102 points to hit a three-week high of 28,179 ahead of a crucial meeting between the government and top management of banks on NPAs.