Free Press Journal
  • Madhesi parties in Nepal issue fresh ultimatum to government

    Kathmandu: The “Sanghiya Gathabandhana” — an alliance of 29 Janjati and Madhes-centric parties protesting against the new constitution — on Monday issued a 15-day ultimatum to Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ to register a proposal for a constitutional amendment that accommodates their demands.

  • When Alia Bhatt was caught sleeping in school washroom

    Actress Alia Bhatt has revealed that she was once punished in school for sleeping inside the washroom. The 23-year-old actress says she had the habit of sleeping in school and had to face a punishment when she was caught, says PTI.

  • Freddy Daruwala to embark on Hollywood journey

    After a well-acknowledged debut as the antagonist in the Akshay Kumar film, Holiday, Freddy Daruwala is now ready to test waters overseas. If industry whispers are to be believed, the model-turned-actor has been approached by a Hollywood studio for a suspense thriller.

  • Sidharth Malhotra bitten by the travel bug

    The Bollywood heartthrob is currently vacationing in New Zealand and is feeding us with all the latest updates from his trip. Looks like the actor is making the most of his dreamy vacation!

  • Why Sonam Kapoor stayed on…

    Sonam Kapoor is yet to sign on for her first project in the West, but it could happen any time now as the girl has obviously been making concerted attempts to woo Hollywood.

  • Deepika, Katrina avoid each other at an awards show

    Ranbir Kapoor has long since moved on from their respective orbits but there seems to be no thawing in the icy glacier that continues to stand tall and impenetrable between Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif.

  • Ranveer Singh talks about his roles

    Ranveer Singh comes across as a livewire, impossible to pin down and have a detailed discussion with. Fact is, it is unwise to judge the man by his outer behaviour.

  • Viagra a lifesaver for diabetics!

    New Delhi: Taking a Viagra pill every few months almost halves the risk of men with type 2 diabetes dying with heart problems, says a new research. A study of 6,000 men could pave the way for erectile dysfunction pills to be prescribed regularly for men with diabetes.

  • Fit in or stand out? Successful employee balances both

    Washington: If you are at work and confused between fitting in or standing out, a new study has come up with an answer suggesting that most successful employees do a bit of both, striking a balance between integration and non-conformity, according to ANI.

  • Lightning to forecast storms – NASA experiment

    New Delhi: Humans have always been frightened and fascinated by lightning. This month, NASA is scheduled to launch a new satellite that will provide the first nonstop, high-tech eye on lightning over the North American section of the planet.

  • Scientists discover details about dinosaur-era birds’ feather

    Washington: If you are curious about the birds of dinosaur-era then there is good news as the scientists have recently discovered a new bohaiornithid bird specimen from the Early Cretaceous Period of China with remarkably preserved feathers.

  • Over 30 million diabetics in India in one decade: Experts

    New Delhi: In the last one decade, the number of diabetes patients in India increased by over 30 million due to sedentary lifestyle and erratic schedule mostly common in the age group of 20-40 years, said the country’s leading diabetic experts on Monday, according to IANS.

  • Genes may be behind your ‘salty tooth’

    New York: Love munching on salty foods? Your genes may be to blame, suggests a new study which has found that inherited differences in taste perceptions may explain why some people eat more salt than recommended, says PTI.

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    Tata Literature Live to honour Amitav Ghosh with Lifetime Achievement Award

    The list of inspirational English writers is incomplete without Amitav Ghosh. The author is widely popular for his acclaimed work and has been felicitated with several awards. Now, Tata Literature Live will honour the author with Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the Indian literary space.