Free Press Journal
  • Social media competition may push people to exercise more

    New York: Want to exercise more? Start competing with your peers on online health programmes, researchers say. Their study found that social media competition can dramatically increase people’s fitness.

  • Tu Hai Mera Sunda

    MAMI’s special screening for visually impaired of Milind Dhaimade’s debut feature “Tu Hai Mera Sunday”

    As many as 20 million blind people watch films in South Asia. with this viewership in mind, MAMI scheduled a first-of-its-kind uncensored screening – Milind Dhaimade’s debut feature “Tu Hai Mera Sunday” – for the visually impaired in collaboration with the NGO Point of View which had two differently abled female fans of actor Barun Sobti flying in from Goa  and abroad to attend the show.

  • Pakistani spy had documents of BSF staff details, defence maps: Delhi Police

    New Delhi: The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police on Thursday confirmed the arrest of two people of Pakistan origin who are residents of Rajasthan and the expected deportation of a Pakistan high commission staffer for “espionage activities”, for possessing and passing on classified defence-related documents to Pakistan.

  • Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma will celebrate Diwali with fans!

    New Delhi: In a unique marketing initiative that takes the star-fan engagement to all new emotional level, the stars of the much awaited Diwali entertainer ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ – Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma, are set to tour four cities in two days on the October 28 and 29, celebrating the festival with fans.

  • Shiv Sena needles Fadnavis ahead of decision on NMMC chief Mundhe

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena today needled Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who is in a quandary over a no-confidence motion passed against NMMC Commissioner Tukaram Mundhe, as it exhorted him to take the democratic route and remove the officer rather than being “unnecessarily stubborn” on the issue.

  • I won’t want to wake up as Karan Johar: Ajay Devgn

    New Delhi: The controversy involving Karan Johar, Kamaal R Khan and Ajay Devgn does not seem to fade out. The upfront ‘Shivaay’ director, recently made a statement that might add fuel to fire.

  • Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit denies accusations of espionage

    New Delhi: Strongly protesting against the “detention” and “manhandling” of a Pakistan High Commission staffer yesterday, Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit on Thursday denied the accusations of espionage levelled by the Indian Government, saying Islamabad never indulges in activities that are incompatible with its diplomatic status.

  • Tips to dress your best this festive season

    New Delhi: Looking your best is the only option a girl has during the season of festivities. To stand out this festive season try a hand-woven sari like chanderi or opt for a beautiful chikankari kurta with jeans to keep your fashion game on point this Diwali, says an expert.

  • Everyone has a role to play in ending TB: Amitabh Bachchan

    London: Urging policymakers and experts attending an international conference here to find new solutions for tuberculosis — new diagnostics, new drugs, shorter regimens and an effective vaccines — Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, a TB survivor, said everyone has a role to play in ending the epidemic.

  • BSF Jawan killed, 7 civilians injured in Jammu shelling

    Jammu: A Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was killed and seven civilians were injured on Thursday during heavy shelling between Indian and Pakistani forces in Jammu district’s R.S. Pura sector, officials said.

  • FBI interrogates Angelina Jolie for four hours

    Los Angeles: FBI has reportedly questioned actress Angelina Jolie for four hours over the incident aboard a private plane, in which her estranged husband and actor Brad Pitt allegedly became physical with their 15-year-old son, Maddox.

  • Porsche Macan R4 launching on November 15

    Porsche’s baby SUV, the Macan, is set to get yet another engine option, come November 15. The ‘R4’ variant is all set to be officially launched and the biggest change is under the hood.

  • Now 3D-printed bone implant that dissolves in body

    Moscow: Scientists have developed a new type of 3D-printed polymeric bone implant with increased survival rate in body, as well as the ability to organically degrade and thus subsequently be replaced by natural bone tissues.

  • Court bars Islamabad shut down on November 2

    Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday ordered the capital administration not to place any containers or block roads during the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI)’s scheduled “lockdown” of Islamabad on November 2.

  • Mulayam Singh-Shivpal Yadav nexus isolating Akhilesh, says BJP

    Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Rita Bahuguna Joshi on Thursday claimed that both Mulayam Singh Yadav and his brother Shivpal have formed a nexus to isolate Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav politically and the people of Uttar Pradesh are being victimized as a result.