Free Press Journal
  • Bollywood Damsels speak about their Diwali plans

    It is the festival of lights, it is the festival of good and our gorgeous Goddess’ of Bollywood want to send a message to all their beloved fans through us…

  • Pooja Chopra is excited and confused…

    The gorgeous new Chopra in Bollywood is very confused at the moment, she doesn’t know whether she should jump with joy or take a minute off to let everything seep in because it is not every day that you sign a film with Neeraj Pandey and get so thoroughly appreciated for it.

  • Vidya Balan not happy with social media

    Vidya Balan’s Kahani 2, is currently trending even as we write this. However, if you ask Vidya Balan, she would say that it would be great if this whole hoopla around the social media could be avoided. There is so much out there, that gets misconstrued and misinterpreted just for the fun of it.

  • No pranks only entertainment, for Ajay Devgn

    How many of you remember the prank Ajay Devgn played last year on his crew member? Well, the one where he burst a cracker in his crew member’s derriere. Well, the prank went awry though he was trying to tell people to avoid crackers but it didn’t go well, but this time he is certain that his Diwali greetings won’t be questioned… for this time around, he only wants Shivaay to do

  • Priyanka Chopra doesn’t care about Kangana’s comment

    Kangana Ranaut is on a spree. She is loving her unabashed image, she likes speaking just the way she is thinking and thats that…. she doesn’t care if she is offending anyone and that’s pretty cool, except, people do get offended from time to time.

  • Shahid Kapoor is preparing for Misha’s first Diwali

    Everyone knows that Shahid Kapoor has now become a father for a living… yes, he doesn’t want to work, he doesn’t want to leave his house, he only wants to dot on his daughter which is so adorable that I am sure just listening to this, his fans might have multiplied. However, recently the actor was overheard talking to a dear friend of his, about how he wants to make

  • With Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Ranbir Kapoor aims to break the flop spell

    Acting is family business for the Kapoors. Having generations of their family taking it forward, there are no tricks of the trade that were lost on them. They know it all, they are prepared for all. However, Ranbir Kapoor did try his level best to change the rules of the game.

  • Adolescents more likely to take online risks, as compared to adults: study

    Washington DC: According to a recent research conducted by the University of Plymouth, adolescents are more likely to take online risks, regardless of the gamble involved, says ANI. The study, led by Claire White was carried out to explore the psychological mechanisms underpinning why teenagers are more likely to take risks online when compared to young adults.

  • Why pints spill but straws don’t!

    London: It is not only the size, but the shape of a tube that determines whether a liquid will spill out of it when tipped over, new research has found. Glasses of liquid, when turned horizontally, inevitably spill, reports PTI.

  • Roadside trash burning ruining Indians’ health

    New York: The smoke from burning roadside trash piles – a common practice in India – contains such high concentration of particles that it can lead to 1,000 times more toxic exposures to nearby humans, warns a study by researchers at Duke University in the US, according to IANS.

  • Healthy oils, low-heat cooking can reduce heart problems of South Asians

    Kolkata: Thinking of ditching the salad bar in favour of pakoras from your favourite snack vendor? Think again. Preventing coronary heart disease (CHD) is not just about what you eat but is also linked to the cooking style you adopt, according to a team of international researchers who say urbanised South Asian’s susceptibility to the disease is partly due to high-heat cooking methods such as roasting or frying.

  • Sexual arousal lays an unconscious impact on what an individual sees

    Washington: A new study from UCL researchers found that subtle, unconscious increase in arousal – indicated by a faster heartbeat and dilated pupils – shape our confidence for visual experiences. The study investigated the effect of unconscious arousal on how confident participants felt about what they were seeing when completing a simple task, reports ANI.

  • Don’t behave like Mallya, return to India: High Court tells Moin Qureshi

    New Delhi: Don’t behave like Vijay Mallya, Delhi High Court today told controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi and directed him to return to India by mid-November and appear before the Enforcement Directorate for questioning in a money laundering case against him.

  • Soon, an Indo-Turkey film co-production treaty

    Rajkumar Hirani’s coming of age monster hit comedy “3 Idiots” is being remade in Turkey for Turkish audiences, the first hopefully, of many film adaptations. Before then, India and Turkey will have signed a co-production treaty which will “pave the way to political, economic, artistic and cultural cooperation and solidarity between the two countries”, Turkey’s Vice Minister of Culture and Tourism, Huseyin Yayman said at a meeting held on the sidelines of the on-going

  • National Geographic’s Afghan girl arrested in Pakistan for fraud

    Peshawar: Sharbat Gula, the famed green-eyed ‘Afghan girl’ who was immortalised in 1985 when the National Geographic magazine published her haunting picture on its cover, was arrested here today for staying in Pakistan with fake identity documents.

  • First parrot fossil unearthed in Siberia

    Moscow: Researchers have unearthed the first parrot fossil in Siberia, dating back 16 to 18 million years, the furthest north these birds have ever been found.

  • Attacking PM won’t give solution to triple talaq: Venkaiah Naidu

    Hyderabad: After Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati said Prime Minister Narendra Modi “should not interfere” in the matter of triple talaq and should allow the Muslims to solve the issue through consensus, Union Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday said triple talaq is not a communal or a religious issue, it is an issue of ending gender discrimination, while asking the Samajwadi Party, BSP and “their guardian” the Congress to together

  • Are you wired for dieting success

    New York: Have you ever wondered why some people just cannot stick to a planned diet while others face no such issues? They may just not be wired for that, suggests a new study that found a link between ability to self-regulate a healthy body weight and individual brain structure.