Free Press Journal
  • RBI’s withdrawal of its order the biggest comedy: AAP

    New Delhi: AAP today termed the RBI’s decision of withdrawing its order imposing restrictions on customers depositing demonetised notes over Rs 5,000 as the “biggest comedy” and demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should apologise to the nation for the daily flip-flops.

  • I-T raids on Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary’s premises unbiased: BJP

    Chennai: The Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) on Wednesday backed the Income Tax department raid conducted at Tamil Nadu’s Chief Secretary’s home, saying the agency would not search without any evidence and whole process is unbiased.

  • Modi, BJP should be investigated: Mamata

    Kolkata: Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party of “looting” common man’s money, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday demanded that they be investigated.

  • Divya Khosla Kumar is a mommy first

    She is a director, producer and a social worker. She has her hands in so many pies and yet, the one thing that has the ability to stop the world for Divya Khosla Kumar is her son Ruhaan.

  • Sanjay Dutt, the workaholic

    Sanjay Dutt says he is more dedicated to his work today than he ever was through his career as a film actor.

  • Fawad Khan: The most wanted Khan

    He is currently packed off to Pakistan, he is also enjoying fatherhood all over again but that doesn’t stop Bollywood from missing him. Apparently, in his stint of just 3 films, Fawad had garnered a fan following which will stop at nothing to bring him back for more movies.

  • The Salman Khan tug of war…

    He is clearly the hottest bachelor, with Salman Khan refusing to settle down for as long as he has, the buzz around his marriage is only getting magnified. Everyone who is a fan of the actor, or remotely understand Hindi cinema and it’s charisma wants Bhai married off.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, ‘Freedom 251’ failure made the headlines

    New Delhi: While the year witnessed next-generation innovations like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) being introduced into daily lives and into smartphones at a mass level, some flagship failures dented the image of some tech companies, reports IANS.

  • Stress may make your dogs hair turn grey!

    Dog owners, take note! Stress may give your pooch a ‘salt-and-pepper’ look, say scientists who found that just like us, our canine friends too are susceptible to hair greying due to anxiety, reports PTI.

  • Violence spreads like a contagious disease

    New York: Young adults were up to 183 per cent more likely to carry out some acts of violence if one of their friends had also committed the same act, proving that violence spreads like a contagious disease, researchers said, says IANS.

  • Chimpanzees are ‘indifferent’ when it comes to helping peers

    London: Chimpanzees may appear ‘indifferent’, when it comes to altruistically helping a fellow chimpanzee, a study has found, says IANS. The study found that chimpanzees may not be the selfless, altruistic animals previously thought.

  • Common mouthwash may prevent spread of gonorrhoea infection

    Daily rinsing and gargling with a common mouthwash that is readily available at supermarkets and pharmacies may be a cheap and easy way to control the spread of bacteria responsible for the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhoea, reports PTI.

  • NASA orbiter detects infant versions of Martian ‘spiders’

    Washington: Using NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) data, researchers have detected cumulative growth of erosion-carved troughs that may be infant versions of larger features known as Martian “spiders,” which are radially patterned channels found only in the south polar region of the Red Planet, according to IANS.

  • Sunlight helps fight infection

    New Delhi: Sunlight allows us to make vitamin D, credited with healthier living, but a surprise research finding could reveal another powerful benefit of getting some sun. Georgetown University Medical Center researchers have found that sunlight, through a mechanism separate than vitamin D production, energizes T cells that play a central role in human immunity.

  • Indian women more hooked to smartphones than men

    New Delhi: The time spent on smartphones has gone up considerably in the country, surpassing the time spent on any other media including TV, a report revealed on Wednesday, adding that Indian women are now more engaged on smartphones than men, watching YouTube and playing games, says IANS.

  • Facebook takes on Google Doodle with new programme

    New York: To educate people, Google has been serving users a new Doodle on every special day. But now social media giant Facebook has come up with a similar programme that will serve the same purpose that Google’s service has been fulfilling, says IANS.