Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan keeps up push against India’s bid for UN seat

    New York: Pakistan kept up its opposition to India’s bid for permanent membership to the UN Security Council, warning that creation of new permanent seats would only “satisfy the hunger of a few states for power and privilege”.

  • Dangerous to drink coffee with Karan Johar: Twinkle Khanna

    Mumbai: Twinkle Khanna was at her candid best during her visit to filmmaker Karan Johar’s popular chat show “Koffee With Karan” along with her husband and actor Akshay Kumar. She says drinking coffee with Karan is dangerous.

  • NGT asks Delhi, other states to give mechanism to curb air pollution

    New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal today came down heavily on Delhi and other neighbouring states for not taking steps to control stubble burning and directed them to give complete mechanism on implementation of its directions by tomorrow to curb air pollution.

  • We haven’t broken any law: Farhan Akhtar on ‘Raees’

    New Delhi: Filmmaker Farhan Akhtar, whose upcoming production “Raees” stars Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, says he is not worried about any opposition to its release as they have not “broken any law”.

  • Pakistan to participate in global anti-tobacco meet in India

    Islamabad: Pakistan has finally announced its decision to take part in an international anti-tobacco meet in India, putting to rest speculations that Islamabad may skip the global meet amid an ongoing diplomatic stand-off between the two South Asian neighbours, the media reported on Tuesday.

  • SC allows BCCI to spend Rs. 58.66 lakhs for Rajkot Test

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to spend upto Rs. 58.66 lakhs for the conduct of the first Test match between India and England starting at Rajkot on Wednesday.

  • Vote for inclusive, big-hearted America: Hillarty Clinton tells voters

    Philadelphia: Highlighting the sharp contrast between her vision for the US and that of Donald Trump, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has said the country’s “core values” were at stake in the polls as she urged people to vote for an “inclusive” and “big-hearted” America.

  • Akshay Kumar visits BSF camp, say jawans real heroes

    Jammu: Terming BSF troops as the “real heroes” of the nation, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar today paid tribute to all the jawans, who lost their lives in ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • US Presidential election opens across 6 time zones

    Washington: As Americans go to the polls on Tuesday to elect their 45th president, here’s what to watch out for: All 50 states and Washington D.C. go to the polls across six different time zones on election day. Thirteen of the states are operating with split time zones.  Depending on the state, polling booths will open between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. local time and close between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m.

  • ‘Wall of Kindness’ started in Iran is warming its way up in India as well

    Do good and cast in to the river, this idiom is heard by everyone but not many know the real meaning behind it. As you may have heard about Iran’s “Wall of Kindness” or “deewar-e-mehrbaani”, which is made to help people in need. The slogans of the movement are comprised by two sentences, which appear on the wall, “leave if you do not need” and “take if you need”.This wall serves a purpose to

  • Rumour mills abuzz with Bipasha’s pregnancy

    The sizzling hot Bollywood beauty Bipasha Basu, who married six months ago is back in the limelight, but for some hush-hush news…

  • Oldest evidence of life on land found

    Berlin: Life began on land as early as 3.2 billion years ago – 300 million years earlier than previously thought – say scientists who have found the oldest evidence of life on land.

  • Machine learning can help identify suicidal behaviour

    New York: Using a person’s spoken or written words, computer technology known as machine learning can help clinicians and caregivers identify with great accuracy whether that person is suicidal or not, according to a new study.

  • Self-driving scooter that works indoors as well as out

    New York: Researchers have developed a new system for self-driving scooter that can help mobility-impaired users to get down the hall and through the lobby of an apartment building, or pick up an autonomous car on the public roads.

  • Mumbai, Less number of women, breast cancer, breast cancer awarenessm research study, cancer

    Breast cancer can have symptoms other than lump: Study

    London: Nearly one-sixth of women (17 per cent) diagnosed with breast cancer go to their doctor with a symptom other than a lump, which is the most commonly reported symptom, new research has found.