Free Press Journal
  • Smartphones can be used to image live cell

    London: Smartphones can be used to make high-resolution movies of living cells, without the need for expensive equipment, a new study has found. Live imaging is a very powerful tool for the study of cells, to learn about how cells respond to different treatments such as drugs or toxins, says PTI.

  • India moving towards best health care system, says PM Modi

    Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that the country is moving towards the best health care system and the need of the hour is to provide quality and affordable healthcare to the people, especially to the poor.

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    New tool to check spread of fake news developed

    Washington: Scientists have launched a powerful new tool in the fight against the spread of fake news through social networking sites. The tool, called Hoaxy, visualises how claims made in fake news spread online, according to PTI.

  • Rohan Bopanna dropped from Indian Davis Cup squad

    New Delhi: Former US Open finalist and two- time Olympian Rohan Bopanna has been dropped from the Indian Davis Cup squad for the tie against New Zealand in Pune from February 3-5.

  • Oscars inspirational if not a benchmark Shah Rukh Khan

    Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says the coveted Oscar Awards are inspirational and not a benchmark, even as he mooted the idea of creating a similar yardstick for the Indian cinema.

  • Selfie crazy India ranks No 1 as ‘Killfie’ with 76 deaths so far

    Selfie death is the real thing. People do dangerous shit all the time for their sweet snaps. In times when social media and social networking sites dominating our real lives, people are obsessed with showing the world that their life is the most happening of all. The selfie craze doesn’t seem to be dying anytime soon. But people losing their lives because of it. In fact, India led the world in selfie-deaths than any

  • Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung resigns

    New Delhi: Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung on Thursday resigned and said he will return to academics, “his first love”.

  • No takers for Kingfisher Villa in Goa, again

    Mumbai: An SBI-led consortium’s attempt to auction the Kingfisher Villa in Goa, failed for the second time on Thursday as it had no takers despite a five per cent cut on the reserve price.

  • What was there in ’10 packets given by Sahara’: Rahul to PM Modi

    New Delhi: Unfazed by the Prime Minister ridiculing his charge of personal corruption, Rahul Gandhi today stuck to his guns and wanted Narendra Modi to tell what was contained in the “10 packets” allegedly given by the Sahara Group to him when he was the Gujarat Chief Minister.

  • Mahesh Bhupathi named India’s next non-playing Davis Cup Captain

    New Delhi: Indian tennis legend Mahesh Bhupathi was today named the new non-playing captain of the Davis Cup team and will take charge after the Asia/Oceania zone group I home tie against New Zealand in Pune from February 3 to 5.

  • TV celeb’s share Christmas memories, Santa wishlist

    Christmas – the season of love, joy and peace, and also the season of sharing and partying. While, traditionally Christmas is celebrated to commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ on 25 December all over the world, the festival comes with a bundle of job with children looking forward for Christmas gifts from Santa Claus – the man in red, with long beard and riding reindeers.

  • In Pictures: Shilpa Shetty celebrates Christmas with family in London

    Christmas is round the corner, Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty, Shamita Shetty, Raj Kundra with son Viaan celebrating this festive season of Christmas in London. The Shilpa shares a pictures on social media with family and Christmas tree with full of energy and joy.

  • PM Modi ridicules Rahul’s remarks, counters Manmohan

    Varanasi: Ridiculing Rahul Gandhi’s remarks about bringing an “earthquake” with accusations of corruption against him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he is happiest since the Congress leader has “learnt” to speak as he has unwittingly admitted the “failure” of his party’s reign.

  • Chris Pratt: I love the cinema that comes out of India

    Hollywood stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, who will be seen in upcoming film Passengers, are very excited to visit India. Recently, Chris Pratt recent said in an interview that ‘I love the cinema that comes out of India’.

  • Vishal Bharadwaj’s ‘Rangoon’ trailer to be launched in January 2017

    The Kangna Ranaut, Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor starrer Rangoon has been making news ever since the time it was announced. Readers may know that the premise of Rangoon happens to be a triangular love story that’s set against the backdrop of World War II.