Free Press Journal
  • 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi’s nephew killed in Kashmir gunfight

    Srinagar: Pakistan-based Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi’s nephew Abu Musaib, one of the most wanted Lashkar-e-Toiba militants, was killed in a gunfight with security forces in a north Kashmir village on Thursday, police said.

  • VHP supports jallikattu

    New Delhi: Supporting the demand for holding of jallikattu, VHP today said the judiciary should not interfere in ancient beliefs of the Hindus and that those who are “sentimental” about bulls’ lives better demand a ban on cow slaughter.

  • Julia Roberts joins voice cast of Smurfs: The Lost Village

    Sony Pictures Animation has revealed that Oscar winner Julia Roberts has joined to voice cast of “Smurfs: The Lost Village”. The 49-year-old “Pretty Woman” actress will play the new female Smurf character named Smurf Willow, reported People magazine.

  • Sana Khan says no to TV

    Actress Sana Khan, who appeared in several TV shows over the years, says she is not interested in doing TV anymore.

  • The Salman Khan of small screen

    We all know the love and awe superstar Salman Khan garners from his fans all over the world. So when Mohammad Nazim is called the Salman Khan of small screen, it is but obvious that the lad will go gaga over the title! “It’s a huge compliment to be called the Salman Khan of TV but what gives me the ultimate high is the audience’s love and appreciation.”

  • Rashami Desai heads to Gujarati cinema

    Actress Rashami Desai, who’s recently seen in a new TV show, Dil Se Dil Tak, is all set to make a foray into Gujarati film industry.

  • Rajkummar Rao’s film gets Berlin premiere

    Actor Rajkummar Rao-starrer “Newton”, which has been directed by Amit Masurkar, is all set to have its world premiere at the Berlin Fashion Film Festival 2017. The 32-year-old “Aligarh” star took to Twitter to announce the news. “So happy to share that our film #Newton will have its world premiere at Berlin international film festival.

  • 60 pc of world’s non-human primates face extinction: study

    Washington: Majority of the non-human primates in the world – the apes, monkeys and lemurs – inhabiting the ever-shrinking forests of our planet face a grim future, with about 60 per cent of them at the brink extinction, according to a new study.

  • NASA aims to send spacecraft to giant metal asteroid

    New York: NASA is preparing to send a spacecraft to a giant “metal” asteroid that may tell scientists the secret of how our solar system was formed. Led by Arizona State University researchers, the mission called “Psyche” is focused to know whether the asteroid, called “16 Psyche” and thought to be made of iron and nickel, could be part of what was an earlier planet perhaps as large as Mars.

  • Sedentary lifestyle may hasten ageing in women: study

    Los Angeles: Elderly women who sit for more than 10 hours a day with low physical activity have cells that are biologically older by eight years than those who are less sedentary, a new study has warned.

  • Low income women at greater heart disease risk

    London: Women from low socio-economic backgrounds are 25 per cent more likely to suffer a heart attack than disadvantaged men, according to a major new study which emphasises the need for tailored interventions for women to address the gender gap.

  • Depressed men look for quick fixes during therapy

    London: While visiting a psychologist for therapy to deal with depression, men are more likely to prefer a quick fix than women who want to talk about their feelings, a study has shown. Despite the fact that men commit suicide at three to four times the rate that women do, men do not seek psychological help as much, the study said.