Free Press Journal
  • There is no reason to indict Hillary Clinton for e-mails: FBI director

    Washington: FBI Director James Comey on Sunday informed the US House members that FBI has not changed its July advice not to charge Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her use of personal e-mail server during her stay in the State Department.

  • 300 gather to hear history of Madhya Pradesh at Central Library

    BHOPAL: The tale of Madhya Pradesh attracted as many as 300 students at Central Library on Sunday when senior journalist Deepak Tiwari recited interesting facts about Madhya Pradesh and its establishment.

  • Poor tolerance to shift work linked to genes

    London: Scientists have identified genetic factors that influence our tolerance to shift work, an advance that may explain why some people can not handle constant disruptions to their daily rhythm, reports PTI.

  • NASA satellites break Guinness World Record

    Washington: NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale mission (MMS) has set the Guinness World Record for highest altitude fix of a GPS signal – at 70,000 kilometres above the surface of the Earth.      Operating in a highly elliptical orbit around Earth, the four MMS spacecraft incorporate Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements into their precise tracking systems, which require extremely sensitive position and orbit calculations to guide tight flying formations, according to PTI.

  • New Vitual Reality system lets you ‘feel’ rain

    Washington: Disney Research has developed a 360-degree virtual reality application using a unique chair to provide full body sensations that enables users to add customisable “feel effects” such as falling rain or a beating heart, says PTI.

  • ACES’s woman car race: Cars and speed mark the power of women

    BHOPAL: It was a day full of excitement for the women who participated in the car race organised by Association of St Joseph Convent Ex-students (ACES) from Hotel Sayaji on Sunday. All the cars were well decorated with balloons and posters of Olympics medal winners. Audience cheered and applauded the participants to encourage them for their courage and enthusiasm. The participants enjoyed the race and took full advantage of the competition to

  • Link found between your brain and consciousness

    Washington DC: Human consciousness is a topic philosophers have long struggled to define. Now, a team of researchers led by neurologists at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) has pinpointed the regions of the brain that may play a role maintaining it, reports ANI.

  • The heart of the high

    Films are not just a form of entertainment in India; films are festivals in their own right. We laugh, cry and celebrate our cinema. We literally thrive on it. India has been a country flourishing on art forms for thousands of years and we have embraced the emotion-filled pageantry of cinema with open hearts. In cinema, the narrative and the star appeal combine to create a heady experience. And don’t forget the

  • Aiming at bringing out the beauty of regional films: Priyanka Chopra

    Priyanka is riding high on her American television show Quantico and her upcoming Hollywood film, BAYWATCH. Meanwhile her mother, Madhu Chopra is running the show here in India with their production house, Purple Pebbles Pictures. MADHU CHOPRA talks to VIRAJ SAWANT about Priyanka’s conviction and the future of their production house

  • Sumeet Vyas: Breaking away from the web

    Many may know him as the web superstar of India, Sumeet Vyas is slowly climbing the ladder of success in the entertainment business. He was recently in news for his first ever solo lead feature film, RIBBON with Kalki Kochelin. Now with two successful web series in his kitty there’s another aspect to Vyas that not many are well versed to. Apart from having impeccable acting skills and phenomenal screen presence, Sumeet

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  • Indore: Nursing association to strike work from November 9

    Indore: Hundreds of patients who are admitted to state’s biggest government-run Maharaja Yeshwantrao Hospital may have to face problems as the staff nurses of the hospital and other associated hospitals have threatened to go on indefinite strike from November 9.

  • Taapsee Pannu, the Lara Croft of India

    As we all know that Akshay Kumar and Taapsee Pannu have started their shoot for Naam Shabana, the movie is a prequel to their film Baby, which is slated to be released in 2017.

  • Youngsters light up lives of senior citizens with Diwali celebrations

    Indore: Spreading the joy of Diwali with seniors at Shri Kanakeshwari old age home, a group of youngsters bought chocolates, clothes and fruits for them. They organised fun activities for the seniors and heard enchanting stories from them.