Free Press Journal
  • Skipper Kohli confirms Rahul’s return in 4th Test against England

    Mumbai: India skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday confirmed that Lokesh Rahul will return to the playing XI to open the batting along with Murali Vijay when the hosts take on England in the fourth of the five-match cricket Test series, starting at the Wankhede Stadium here from Thursday.

  • Low-cost skin patch to help prevent dehydration

    Washington: Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have developed a low-cost paper-based skin patch that changes colour to indicate different levels of hydration, which may be used by marathon runners and military personnel to help prevent dehydration, according to PTI.

  • You don’t always have to pay more for healthy food

    New Delhi: The idea that healthy foods are universally more expensive can lead consumers to make choices that aren’t always necessary, a new study suggests. Because organic ingredients and gluten-free foods are often priced higher, consumers may skip buying certain foods because of a misplaced belief that similar pricing applies to other products.

  • Breathing rhythm can enhance memory recall, fear response

    New York: It is not without any reason that we tend to breathe faster when we find ourselves in a dangerous situation. Scientists have now discovered that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall, reports IANS.

  • NIA to probe Nagrota terror attack

    New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will take up the investigation into the terrorist attack on the army camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota.

  • William Dalrymple

    Magnetic Fields to star William Dalrymple at Magnetic Words

    Magnetic Fields, a three-festival known for its blend of heritage arts with contemporary culture, is all set to kick start on December 9 at the 17th century palace turned hotel Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan. The festival in its fourth edition has introduced two new elements –Magnetic Words and Jazz in the Dungeon–that will run on Saturday and Sunday.

  • SC allows BCCI to release funds for remaining England matches

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to disburse an amount of Rs. 1.33 crore for the remaining two Test matches between India and England to be played in Mumbai and Chennai.

  • Pakistan rejects Indian cotton consignment

    Islamabad: Pakistan has rejected a consignment of 10,000 bales of Indian cotton worth $3.3 million, the media reported on Wednesday.

  • Aamir Khan has qualities of great athletes: Rahul Bhatt 

    Mumbai: Celebrity fitness trainer Rahul Bhatt has heaped praise on Aamir Khan for his dedication and perseverance which led him to achieve the dramatic physical transformation for his upcoming film “Dangal”.

  • Manish Pandey replaces injured Rahane for Mumbai Test

    Mumbai:Right-handed batsman Manish Pandey has been roped in the Test squad as a replacement for injured Ajinkya Rahane for the crucial fourth Test against England beginning from tomorrow at the Wankhede Stadium.

  • Kamal Haasan receives flak for tweet on Jayalalitha’s death

    A day ago, the southern region of India, Tamil Nadu, to be precise, woke up to the sad news of their Chief Minister Jayalalithaa aka Amma’s demise. While the past couple of days were spent in speculations after the actress-politician had taken ill, the confirmation of the same left many in grief. From co-stars in South film industry to juniors to Bollywood, several prominent celebrities’ left condolence messages on social media and one amongst

  • I don’t go by rules: Shah Rukh Khan

    Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan, who released the trailer of his upcoming film “Raees” on Wednesday, thinks himself as a bad boy as being normal is lifeless for him.

  • 7 TV actors who died young!

    It is the old saying “the brightest flame burns quickest”. Mumbai is famous for many things but many people are attracted towards its glamorous world, the glittering lifestyle which entertainment world has. But not many succeed in this showbiz, most people turn down there life because of un-successful career and some die when they are on the top of their career .

  • Himesh Reshammiya files for divorce from wife of 22 years Komal

    The year 2016 seems to be a year of divorces and separations. While some of them were expected, many others weren’t. Adding to the list of unexpected separation is the actor cum musician Himesh Reshammiya, who has now filed for a divorce from his wife Komal at the Bandra family court yesterday. Even though the real reason of their separation is yet to be known, speculations strongly indicate an extra-marital affair to be the

  • Indonesia earthquake toll rises to 52

    Jakarta : The death toll has risen to 52 in Indonesia’s a earthquake struck Aceh province, according to Indonesia’s National Disaster Management Agency.