Free Press Journal
  • Navjot Singh Sidhu meets Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Former BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu today met Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi amid speculation that the cricketer-turned politician would join the Congress sooner than later.

  • Been served with petition filed before NCLT: Tata Sons

    Mumbai: Tata Sons on Tuesday said it has been served with a petition filed before the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) by ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry’s investment companies.

  • Truck kills 12 in Germany, police call it terror attack

    Berlin: German police probing a “suspected terrorist attack” after a man ploughed a lorry into a Christmas market in Berlin that left 12 dead, said on Tuesday that the Pakistani suspect who was arrested following the attack “had no involvement”.

  • Keira Knightley may return to Pirates of the Caribbean 5

    Actress Keira Knightley will reportedly make a surprise return to “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”, says PTI. The 31-year-old star is said to have secretly filmed scenes for the fifth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, reported Digital Spy.

  • My love story with Tom Cruise was pretty sudden: Nicole Kidman

    Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman said that her love story with ex husband Tom Cruise was very sudden, says PTI. They both met on the sets of “Days of Thunder” and they instantly became one of the most famous celebrity couples in the world. But according to the actress it was never planned, reported CBS News.

  • Beauty is more than skin deep for Bipasha

    Ever wondered what went into acquiring those gorgeous looks that Bipasha Basu possesses? Well, legs like hers don’t come without some hard work and in Bips’ case that includes 10 types of squats, lunges, presses, leg curls, calf raises and leg extensions – and all this in one leg workout session!

  • Here’s how Kajol stays fit

    If you continue to be struck by Kajol’s glowing countenance – frankly, she looks better now in her forties than she did 20 years ago! – the answer lies in strictly following some simple rules. For starters, no late nights; the actress is a firm believer in the benefits of early to bed and early to rise.

  • Facebook adds group video chat to Messenger

    New York: If you are not physically with your family this Christmas, Facebook Messenger’s latest group chat feature rolled out on Monday can mitigate the distance, reports IANS.

  • Zuckerberg builds AI assistant ‘Jarvis’ to run his home

    New York: Inspired by Iron Man’s artificial assistant (AI) “Jarvis” and his capabilities, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has coded and developed his own “Jarvis” to run his home. In a blog post, Zuckerberg said that his personal challenge for 2016 was to build a simple AI to run his home – like Jarvis in “Iron Man”, says IANS.

  • Visit your elders, loneliness may kill them early

    London: Try to draw a “visiting rota” between your family and relatives to make them realise that they are important! A study says that loneliness, especially in older years, is a predictor of early death.

  • 2,000-year-old tomb unearthed in China

    Beijing: Archaeologists in China’s Hebei province have excavated an ancient tomb that dates back over 2,000 years, according to IANS. Excavation work began on November 1 at the tomb, located in a village in Mancheng district in Baoding city.

  • Apple says ‘great Mac desktops’ are coming

    New York: Rumours that Apple was no longer keen on the desktop business because of the emergence of portable market has been discarded by CEO Tim Cook, saying new desktops were on the way, says IANS.

  • World’s first Chikungunya vaccine developed

    Washington: US researchers have developed a vaccine for chikungunya fever made from an insect-specific virus that does not have any effect on people, making the vaccine safe and effective, says ANI.

  • Alterations in brain during pregnancy makes women adapt to motherhood

    London: Pregnancy can cause long-lasting changes – at least for two years post-partum – in the morphology of a woman’s brain and help them adapt to challenges of motherhood such as the ability to interact with the child, researchers have found, reports IANS.

  • Noise sensitivity linked to changes in brain functions

    London: Noise sensitivity in individuals may be caused by alterations in the brain functions linked with sound processing, a study has found. The study, led by researchers from University of Helsinki in Finland showed that noise sensitivity is associated with functional alteration of auditory stimulus encoding and discrimination of noisy sounds, according to IANS.

  • Scientists discover jet stream in Earth’s core

    London: Using the latest satellite data that helps create an ‘x-ray’ view of the planet, scientists discovered a jet stream within the Earth’s molten iron core, reports IANS.