Free Press Journal
  • All about new Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 notes

    In a historic move the NDA government announced the India’s highest denomination note of Rs 2,000 which is likely launched in February 2017.The announcement was made by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a sudden address to the nation.

  • Female child has equal rights like boys: Supreme Court

    New Delhi: “Female child is entitled to enjoy equal rights that a male child is allowed to have,” the Supreme Court observed today, passing a slew of directions, including maintinence of an all-India database of new borns to curb female foeticide.

  • Rs 500 Rs 1,000 notes won’t be legal tender: Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a sudden address to the nation on Tuesday, announced that Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes are being withdrawn from midnight. He said that such notes will become “mere paper”

  • Method & madness in Bollywood

    Recently we heard about how hard Hrithik Roshan had pushed his limits for his role as a visually-challenged man in his forthcoming film Kaabil. The actor had gone way beyond the extra mile to get into the skin of his character.

  • Lindsay Lohan splits with publicist

    Lindsay Lohan and her longtime publicist Hunter Frederick have reportedly split. The 30-year-old actress was dropped by Hunter Frederick, whom she has worked with over the past two years, after they got into a screaming match over a news story, reported New York Post.

  • Kajol is going to work with Anand Gandhi

    Kajol fans, it’s time to rejoice. Filmmaker Anand Gandhi confirms that he is longing for the screen adaptation of his play to tee off – and yes, it has Kajol in the lead! The Ship Of Thesus director has also co-written the screenplay for the film, which will be produced by Ajay Devgn.

  • Randeep Hooda keeps memory alive…

    This does bring a lump to our throat… Randeep Hooda, who is known for his love for horses, is going to name his cafe in the memory of his horse ‘Simply Supreme’, who recently passed away after sustaining multiple injuries.

  • Farhan Akhtar rescued her co-star Shradha Kapoor

    We are loving how quick Farhan Akhtar was to fly to Shraddha Kapoor’s defence and defuse a potentially threatening situation! This happened when during a social media interaction for their upcoming Rock On 2, the stars were accepting questions from fans. In the course of his exchange, they were asked which was the most ‘chichora  song’ they had heard.

  • Hitler’s wife’s innerwear auctioned for 3,000 pounds

    London: A pair of lilac knickers belonging to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler’s wife Eva Braun has sold at an auction in the UK for nearly 3,000 pounds, seven times the estimated price, says PTI. The collection also containing a gold cluster ring, a silver mirrored box and a silver holder still containing Braun’s bright red lipstick was sold to a private collector based in the UK.

  • Mehbooba Mufti should step down as CM: Farooq Abdullah

    Jammu: Accusing Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti of failing to control the situation in Kashmir, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah today demanded that she resign from her post.

  • Ulysses butterfly may be extinct Australian Sanctuary

    Sydney: The iconic Ulysses electric blue butterfly that once was a common sight in Australia’s Queensland region has become scarce prompting panic among the locals fearing its extinction, a wildlife official said on Tuesday, says IANS.

  • Gold nanoparticles can help deliver drugs into cancer cells

    Washington: A recent research found that gold nanoparticles help in delivering a drug right into the heart of cancer cells. According to the new laboratory research, transferring effective drugs into cancer cells, particularly to where the chromosomes are stored, was one of the biggest hurdles in treating cancer, reports ANI. Gold nanoparticles have proven to be well suited to being absorbed into cells, safely delivering drugs that could otherwise be blocked.

  • Game changing blood test for concussions

    London: Scientists have developed a game-changing blood test that accurately identifies whether or not an adolescent athlete has suffered a concussion. Scientists from Children’s Health Research Institute, a programme of Lawson Health Research Institute, and Western University said this blood test gives results with greater than 90 per cent accuracy, reports IANS.

  • Spoken language rules applicable to signs as well

    Washington: In contrary to popular belief that language is not limited to speech, a recent study reveals that people also apply the rules of their spoken language to sign language. According to Northeastern University, language is not simply about hearing sounds or moving our mouths, says ANI.

  • Happy sex life comes with hard work: study

    Toronto: The secret to a happy sex life is the belief that it takes hard work and effort, instead of expecting sexual satisfaction to simply happen, says a study, reports IANS. “Your sex life is like a garden, and it needs to be watered and nurtured to maintain it, says a new study,” said researcher Jessica Maxwell from the University of Toronto.

  • India recalls three diplomats from Pakistan

    New Delhi: India today recalled three diplomats stationed at its High Commission in Islamabad after their identities were made public and Pakistan charged them with “spying”.

  • BookMyShow to release limited ticket allocation for Global Citizen Festival India 2016

    Mumbai, November 8, 2016: BookMyShow, India’s largest online entertainment ticketing brand, announces the sale of limited Silver category tickets for the highly anticipated Global Citizen Festival India 2016. Available across all platforms, limited tickets will be available today, Tuesday, November 8th at 12 noon and will offer access to the festival grounds and a dedicated viewing zone for an enhanced experience of India’s first event dedicated to ending extreme poverty by 2030.

  • DRS no rocket science, says Virat Kohli

    Rajkot: With India all set to witness the application of the Decision Review System (DRS) for the first time in the upcoming five-match Test series against England, skipper Virat Kohli on Tuesday said that the ball-tracking technology is not rocket science and that it just gives one a better opportunity to check the decision whenever required.