Free Press Journal
  • Supreme Court to hear pleas on demonetisation on December 9

    New Delhi: The crucial hearing on the measures taken by the Centre to ease suffering of and inconvenience to people in rural areas, who are mostly dependent on cooperative banks, post-demonetisation will be taken up by the Supreme Court on December 9.

  • Sandip Soparrkar is winning hearts

    Sandip Soparrkar is an Indian dancer and a choreographer who is well known for Ballroom dancers like Cha-Cha, Rumba, Jive, Paso Doble, Samba, Waltz, Tango and many others such as Merengue, Salsa, Swing, Bachata and more. He is the first Indian to be certified by the ‘Ballroom Dance Teachers Training School’ in Bonn, Germany. He is indeed the pioneer of Ballroom Dance in India and also the force behind the popular dance

  • Richa Chadha is one lucky girl

    Richa Chadha who is currently shooting the sequel of Fukrey 2 in the capital city Delhi is all excited and in jovial mood since her grandmother lives there. Richa who is very close to her grandmother doesn’t miss the golden opportunity being with her and spending some quality time with her.

  • Vivek Oberoi’s Marathi series

    While doing his research on his new charity initiative, Karrm Infrastructure offering affordable housing projects, actor-philanthropist Vivek Oberoi visited remote areas of Maharashtra and came across several interesting journeys of people.

  • Scientists develop new algorithm to explain human face recognition

    Washington: In a recent research published in Computational Biology, scientists have developed a new computational model of the human brain’s face-recognition mechanism that seems to capture aspects of human neurology that previous models have missed, says ANI.

  • Humorous ads may hurt brand name

    New York: Advertisements that make people laugh are not always in the best interest of brands and can prove to be harmful, warn a study that has cautioned ad makers. The findings showed that people find humour in “benign violations” – things that somehow threatens their sense of well-being, personal identity or beliefs – only if they are harmless or inconsequential, according to IANS.

  • Say hello with Google Allo in Hindi now

    New Delhi: In a bid to take instant messaging experience to millions in India, Google on Monday introduced Hindi language capabilities in its Google Allo smart messaging app, says IANS.

  • 1,000-year-old Viking toolbox found in mysterious fortress

    London: Scientists have discovered a 1,000-year-old Viking toolbox in a mysterious, ring-shaped fortress in Denmark, containing a set of extraordinary iron tools that may have been used to make ships, houses and jewellery, according to PTI.

  • Helium levels in groundwater may predict earthquake risk

    Tokyo: Groundwater helium level could signal potential risk of earthquakes, according to researchers who discovered a relationship between levels of the noble gas and the amount of stress exerted on inner rock layers of Earth, says PTI.

  • Occasional negative moods can boost academic success: Study

    Toronto: Is the very idea of exam giving you stress and negative moods? Take heart, a new study suggests that the occasional bout of bad feelings can actually improve a student’s academic performance. The findings showed that students who were mostly happy during their four years of university but who also experienced occasional negative moods had the highest grade per annum (GPA) at the time of graduation, according to IANS.

  • India to have 600 million netizens by 2020: Report

    New Delhi: With increased 4G and 3G penetration, the Internet user base in India is rapidly growing and is expected to double to 600 million users by 2020 from the current 343 million, said a study, according to IANS. Going forward, rural adoption of data-enabled devices is expected to increase with the BharatNet initiative under the Digital India drive, according to the study conducted jointly by the Associated Chambers of Commerce (Assocham)

  • Why repeated dieting may backfire

    London: Yo-yo dieting – repeatedly going on and off diets – may lead to weight gain as the brain interprets these periods as short famines and urges the body to store more fat for future shortages, reports PTI.

  • 7 best and worst dressed celebs at 23rd Star Screen Awards 2016

    The 23rd Star Screen Awards 2016 was a star-studded affair hosted by two Khans of Bollywood –Salman and Shah Rukh. The event was held on Sunday at the MMRDA grounds was no less than a galaxy of stars. There were some who were dressed to kill while others who killed the dress. And today we bring to you the seven best and worst dressed celebrity of the night.

  • CBI arrests two in connection with seizure of Rs 5.63 crore in new currency notes

    New Delhi: The CBI today arrested two persons in connection with the Income Tax department’s recent seizure of Rs 5.63 crore in new currency notes from several individuals in Bengaluru which was allegedly diverted by an ATM servicing company in criminal conspiracy with bank officials.

  • 23rd Star screen awards: Pink glitters, while Neerja shines as well

    Star Screen Award function, is a time when all the stars from universe come down on earth to attend the ceremony. The 23rd Star screen awards, held in Mumbai yesterday, started with a bang and the cheery on the cake were Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan, as the duo hosted the show.

  • You take riskier decisions as the day advances

    New York: Frequent casino goers probably know it already, but a new study has found evidence that our decisions tend to be quicker and less accurate as the day wears on. The findings based on decisions taken by chess players hold true irrespective of whether someone is in the habit of waking up early in the morning or later in the day, reports IANS.