Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan PM Sharif inaugrates Chinese-assisted nuclear power plant

    Islamabad, Power-starved Pakistan today received a major boost as a China-backed 340 MW nuclear power plant in its Punjab province was inaugrated by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who termed it as a milestone in the government’s efforts to end the mence of load shedding.

  • Mulayam announces first list, says no alliance for UP polls

    Lucknow: Categorically stating that his party would not enter into an alliance for next year’s assembly polls, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday trained his guns at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said that the people of Uttar Pradesh would give a befitting reply courtesy demonetisation.

  • Shoulder pain may indicate heart disease risk

    New York: If you are having shoulder problems, they may be due to some heart disease risk factors – not just physical strain, warns a new study.

  • Over 200 more fighter jets needed in next 10 years: IAF chief

    New Delhi, The Air Force chief, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, on Wednesday said 200 to 250 more fighter aircraft were required to be inducted in the next 10 years to meet the air force’s operational requirement.

  • Name beneficiaries of scams during UPA govt: BJP to Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi after he targeted the government again, BJP today said he should first name the beneficiaries of several scams that happened during the UPA government, asserting that he had done nothing against black money and corruption.

  • New AI-enabled ‘smart’ shoes to boost your fitness regime

    Washington: An Indian start-up has developed a range of fitness wearables, such as ‘smart’ shoes and bands, integrated with an artificial intelligence (AI) coach which can provide you a personalised dynamic feedback, based on your real-time performance and training.

  • BJP making hollow promises for Bundelkhand: Akhilesh Yadav

    Mahoba: Amid reports that he might contest assembly elections from Bundelkhand, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today accused BJP of making hollow promises for development of the region and said only Samajwadi Party can ensure progress in the area.

  • 3800-year-old underwater potato garden discovered in Canada

    Toronto: A 3,800-year-old underwater garden with hundreds of blackened potatoes has been discovered in Canada, providing first evidence that ancient North American hunter-gatherers used sophisticated techniques to efficiently grow the crop.

  • Clash outside AIADMK office in Chennai

    Chennai, Several persons were injured in a clash between AIADMK workers and supporters of Rajya Sabha member Sasikala Pushpa outside the ruling party’s office here.

  • Real life wrestling coach PR Sondhi is upset with Aamir Khan and Dangal

    Ever since the release of Dangal, the film has been receiving appreciation from all quarters and with its business booming worldwide, Aamir Khan definitely has a big reason to bring in the New Year with grandeur this year. However, there is one person who is unhappy with the film and it is real life wrestling coach PR Sondhi.

  • Govt should act strongly against IOA’s decision, says Ajay Maken

    New Delhi: Strongly protesting the appointment of tainted Suresh Kalmadi and Abhay Singh Chautala as Life Presidents of the IOA, former Sports Minister Ajay Maken today called on the government to take serious steps to reverse the decision and save the image of the country.

  • Demonetisation: Congress seeks white paper from PM Modi, puts forth demands

    New Delhi, Seeking a white paper on demonetisation, Congress today posed several questions to the
    Prime Minister including how much black money has come in and put forth a charter of demands including lifting all
    restrictions on money withdrawal and compensation to farmers, traders and the poor who have “suffered” due to note ban.

  • Being an outsider proved an advantage for me: Anushka

    New Delhi: She had a dream debut in Bollywood opposite superstar Shah Rukh Khan in “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi”, but her ride in showbiz has been bumpy with several highs and lows. Actress Anushka Sharma — who earlier this month completed eight years since she walked into the glitzy Hindi movie world — says having no strings attached to film families, worked in her favour.