Free Press Journal
  • Yuvraj Singh, Hazel Keech tie knot

    Fatehgarh Sahib: Cricketer Yuvraj Singh and model-turned-actress Hazel Keech today exchanged wedding vows at the spiritual dera of Baba Ram Singh Ganduan Wale in village Duffera on Sirhind-Chandigarh Road here.

  • Racquet sports better for longer life: Study

    London: Activities like tennis, swimming and aerobics have emerged as better sports for a longer and healthier life than football and jogging, according to a new study, says PTI.

  • New Zealand drops new study visas for Indian student

    Melbourne: Tightening its visa rules, New Zealand has issued half as many new study visas to Indian students in the past five months as in the same period last year, turning down too many potential students from India.

  • Mob vandalises bank in West Bengal

    Kolkata: A mob vandalised a nationalised bank in West Bengal on Wednesday after they could not withdraw money despite being in the queue for hours.

  • Mom makes Huma Qureshi proud

    Given the success that has been around Huma Qureshi always, it is obvious that she has always made of her mother’s achievements! But when asked if she feels the pride in her own achievements, Huma was quick to say it is her mother’s achievements that are making her more proud.

  • Bhumi Pednekar is picky about her films

    She made a successful debut last year with “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” but Bhumi Pednekar has taken things slow and the actress says she does not mind the gap as she is “picky” about her films. Bhumi, 27, had to put on several kilos to look the part of an overweight girl, Sandhya, in her last film. The actress says her career is going as per her plan because she needed the

  • Radhika Apte wants to make a big deal outta the small…

    For an actress of Radhika Apte’s calibre, there is really not much that Bollywood has offered her. And while it is a known fact that she delivers better than the most, she has a lot more to give… Recently, the actress was overheard saying that her best work has happened in short films because they are experimenting a lot more in that genre.

  • Salman Khan miffed with Malaika Arora?

    It is old news that Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora have filed for divorce, but what is surprising is how much that has affected Salman Khan. “Bhai is someone who has never married but he holds a lot of respect for the institution of marriage, he still is upset about the way things have turned out for his brother and Malaika,” exclaimed a friend of the family.

  • Your toddler may know when you are lying

    Singapore: The next time you try to tell a lie or simpler versions of truth to your kids, be careful. A new study has suggested that children as young as two and a half years old can understand others’ “false beliefs”. This suggests that they can also recognise when people are lying, cheating, or pretending, reports IANS.

  • Word popularity rises, falls every 14 years: study

    London: Popularity of a word tends to oscillate over 14-year periods, according to scientists who analysed data obtained from millions of books, reports PTI. Most people who live very long come to see that some words fall into popularity and then out again, researchers said.

  • Dense ‘hot Jupiter’ exoplanet discovered

    Washington: Scientists have discovered one of the densest “hot Jupiters”, an exoplanet transiting a distant six-billion-year-old Sun-like star located about 1,800 light years from the Earth, according to PTI. The planet, designated EPIC 220504338b, was first spotted by NASA’s Kepler K2 mission.

  • Ancient life forms that survived without oxygen found

    New York: Researchers have discovered fossils of 2.5 billion-year-old sulphur-oxidising bacteria that existed just fine without any oxygen. The ancient life forms were found fossilised in two separate locations in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, says IANS.

  • I do films to have great experience: Arjun Rampal

    Mumbai: Actor Arjun Rampal, who will be seen playing the role of gangster-turned-politician Arun Gawli in a film, says he does a film because he wants to have a great experience.

  • Arun Jaitley to lead Indian delegation at Heart of Asia conference

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will lead the Indian delegation at the two-day Heart of Asia conference beginning Saturday which will be participated by over 30 countries including China, the US, Russia, Iran and Pakistan.

  • Scientists solve blood clot deaths in cancer patients

    Wellington: New Zealand scientists have unlocked the mystery of why so many cancer patients die of blood clots while undergoing chemotherapy in a study, according to IANS.

  • Study reveals how musicians brain processes while playing an instrument

    Washington: A recent study has provided an insight into how a musician’s brain works while playing an instrument.When musicians play instruments, their brains are processing a huge variety of information simultaneously, reports ANI.