Free Press Journal
  • Kejriwal has no affection for Punjab: Badal

    Gurdaspur: Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today accused his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal of having no affection for Punjab or its people and his sole intention is to “grab power” in the poll-bound state.

  • IndiGo blocking entry of Air India, Vistara, AirAsia India in FIA?

    New Delhi: National carrier Air India and startup carriers AirAsia India and Vistara are keen to be part of the domestic airlines group FIA but a member of the group is allegedly blocking their entry in the club, sources said.

  • Congress charge against Rijiju political desperation: BJP

    New Delhi: Rejecting Congress’ charge against Union Minister Kiren Rijiju as “political desperation”, BJP today said the opposition party has only scored a “self-goal” as the contract under question was awarded when Congress was in power in the Centre and Arunachal Pradesh as well.

  • AAP will make Punjab drug and corruption free: Arvind Kejriwal

    Tarn Tarn: Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convenor Arvind Kejriwal today promised to make Punjab free of drug and corruption if his party is elected to power in the state Assembly election early next year.

  • Five reasons we love Aanand L Rai

    One of the most successful filmmakers in the country today, Aanand L Rai , has always backed young, fresh talent. Rai even encouraged new filmmakers like Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, Mudassar Aziz and Rahul Shanklya among others, by backing their films under his home production banner.

  • Kriti Kharbanda’s new challenge

    For actors, it’s certainly not easy to just resemble the characters they enact on screen but also to sound like them. Actress Kriti Kharbanda, who made a stellar debut with Vikram Bhatt’s successful franchise, Raaz Reboot, can vouch for this.

  • Karisma Kapoor to opt for live-in?

    Two years ago, protective younger sister Kareena Kapoor had lashed out at rumours linking Karisma and reported beau, Sandeep Toshniwal. Back then, Karisma’s divorce had yet to come through and much muck was being tossed around.

  • Gauri Shinde hits back

    “I am not so dumb that I believe I can get away by deliberate plagiarism nor am I so insensitive to borrow without giving credit from anybody who has created anything for such a sensitive and important cause…” That’s Gauri Shinde giving it back to sensation-seekers who accuse her of plagiarising Canadian TV show ‘Being Erica’.

  • “Vishal Pandya makes work look simple”, says Sharman Joshi

    After ‘Hate Story 3’, actor Sharman Joshi has teamed up with director Vishal Pandya again. He will be seen as an inspector in Vishal’s upcoming film Wajah Tum Ho. Rohit Pramar catches up with the versatile actor to talk about the film and more…

  • World’s wet regions are getting wetter, dry regions are getting drier

    Washington: Research from the University of Southampton has provided robust evidence that wet regions of the earth are getting wetter and dry regions are getting drier but it is happening at a slower rate than previously thought. The study, published in Scientific Reports, analysed the saltiness of the world’s oceans, reports ANI.

  • Apple adding fresh emojis to iPhone

    New York: With the launch of iOS 10.2 software update for iPhone, Apple has added a wider range of fresh emojis that include new facial expressions, professions and food. According to a report in Fortune, Apple is releasing emoji for sneezing, selfies and more, says IANS.

  • World’s oldest sea bird expecting again at 66

    New York: At around 66-year-old, the world’s oldest known seabird is expecting, again. The Laysan albatross called Wisdom is incubating an egg at the same nesting the seabird and her mate use each year, Xinhua news agency quoted Amy Olliffe, an official with the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Hawaiian archipelago, according to IANS.

  • Signs of two infant planets around young star detected

    New York: Astronomers believe they have found compelling evidence for two newborn planets, each about the size of Saturn, orbiting around a young star known as HD 163296, reported by IANS. These planets, which are not yet fully formed, revealed themselves by the dual imprint they left in both the dust and the gas portions of the star’s protoplanetary disk, the researchers said.

  • That lemon slice in your drink can do more harm than good

    Washington: That pre-sliced pieces of lime in your festive gin or non-alcoholic beverage in bars and restaurants might not be the best thing as these slices may cause infectious diseases at various body sites, reports ANI. The Journal of Environmental Health conducted and published a study that investigated how hygienic lemon slices in bars and restaurants are.

  • Fasting can kill cancer cells of common childhood leukemia

    New York: Researchers have found that intermittent fasting inhibits the development and progression of the most common type of childhood leukemia, according to IANS. This strategy was not effective, however, in another type of blood cancer that commonly strikes adults.