Free Press Journal
  • Mysterious dark matter may be killing galaxies

    Melbourne: Halos of dark matter may be stripping away gas from galaxies and sending them to an early death by depriving them of the material to make new stars, say scientists who claim to have solved the galactic murder mystery, according to PTI.

  • Our universe contains two trillion galaxies

    London: Our universe contains an astonishing two trillion galaxies, ten times more than previously thought, according to a new study published today. Astronomers have long sought to determine how many galaxies there are in the observable universe, the part of the cosmos where light from distant objects has had time to reach us, according to PTI.

  • Microsoft files patent for foldable smartphone

    New York: A new patent filed by Microsoft hints at a device supported by flexible hinge that would transform a phone into a tablet. The flexible hinge will also let users set up the device in tent mode similar to Lenovo’s Yoga tablet, according to IANS.

  • I play every game like it’s my last: Kedar Jadhav

    Pune: Indian batsman Kedar Jadhav, who was declared `Man of the Match` for his sparkling century in the successful opening ODI against England, on Tuesday revealed that he plays every game as if it is his last and tries to put his best foot forward whenever he comes to play for his country.

  • Saif clarifies that his son Taimur is not named after the Turkish ruler

    Ever since the time Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan named their baby as Taimur, the innocent one has been surrounded with controversies galore over his name. The hatred towards the new-born child did not even spare his grand uncle Rishi Kapoor, who was trolled about the same.

  • FIR against Shahabuddin in jail selfie case

    Siwan: Controversial RJD leader Mohammad Shahabuddin has been booked for taking a selfie inside Siwan prison that went viral on social media.

  • Legoland

    Not just Madame Tussauds, Legoland and Sea Life are all set to make Indian debut

    Over the years we have seen people going crazy about the Madame Tussauds wax museum in London, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Bangkok. But getting an Indian version of the museum is what excited us. To add to the excitement is the introduction of Legoland and Sea Life in India.

  • Actor Suriya lashes out at PETA for opposing Jallikattu

    Chennai: Top Tamil star Suriya Sivakumar today lashed out at animal rights advocacy group PETA India for its opposition to Jallikattu, saying it is “paradoxical to see those aiding extinction of native breeds talk about cruelty to animals” in the bull-taming sport.

  • Akhilesh meets father twice as Mulayam mulls next move

    Lucknow: Even as SP patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav is believed to be mulling his next move subsequent to the EC declaring his son and UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav as the party President, the latter has already called on his father twice since Monday evening.