Free Press Journal
  • Ajit Singh rules out possibility of RLDs alliance with BJP

    Lucknow: Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh today ruled out the possibility of his party joining hands with BJP and said the people of Uttar Pradesh are looking for a change in the upcoming elections.

  • Modi sells dreams while Kejriwal deals in lies: Congress

    New Delhi: Congress today paid a left-handed compliment to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying while the former is “selling dreams”, the latter is a “dream merchant” who deals in lies and false promises.

  • Diana to bring alive Payal Singhal’s ‘Lady M’ collection

    Actress Diana Penty is set to walk for popular designer Payal Singhal at the forthcoming Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer/Resort 2017 next month. Asked who would be walking as a showstopper for her collection at the gala, which will begin from February 1, Singhal told IANS: “Diana Penty will be walking for us.”

  • Like father, like son!

    Actor Arjun Bijlani is currently enjoying the warm response to his latest show Pardes. The young actor is also an young father off screen. Talking about his toddler son Ayaan, Arjun feels the little one has brought a great amount of luck and charm to his life.

  • Gunjan Utreja loves singing!

    Gunjan Utreja, who is currently hosting the second season of music reality show Voice India, says that if not an anchor, he would have been a singer. Speaking to FPJ, he says, “If I was not an anchor or actor I would have surely been a singer.  Most of my friends are some of the biggest names in Indian music industry. I have had the pleasure of observing and learning a lot from them.”

  • Indian all set to make its present felt at the 47th Berlinale

    Two Indian films, a black comedy and a debut feature, both from award winning powerhouses; will premiere at the 47th edition of the prestigious Berlin Film Festival in February. The films are Dhrishyam’s “Newton” helmed and co-written by Amit V Masurkar and “Loktak Lairembee” (Lady of the Lake) the award-winning debut from Manipuri documentary film-maker Haobam Paban Kumar which will be screened in the Berlinale Forum with 41 films.

  • Anurag Kashyap to the rescue

    One film that’s been off news is Manmarziyan which was suppose to feature Ayushmaan Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar. Since 2016, the film has been facing issues so much that now the Producer Aanand L Rai feels it’s jinxed. So here’s what happened. Ayushmann and Bhumi were to once again star together as a pair for a film named Manmarziyan which was produced by Aanand L Rai, the film had gone on floors

  • PM Modi speech in Jalandhar: Empty chairs and handful of people

    Assembly elections are barely week away and all parties are trying every possible thing to get people vote for the upcoming Assembly polls. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Punjab’s Jalandhar district for a rally today, his speech was against his opponents and asking people to re-elect government of Akali Dal and BJP once again.

  • Pets, not siblings, child’s best friend!

    London: Parents, take note! Your kids get along with their pets better than their siblings, according to a new study which shows that children get more satisfaction from the relationships with animals. The new study by researchers at the University of Cambridge in the UK adds to the increasing evidence that household pets may have a major influence on child development and could have a positive impact on children’s social skills and

  • Facebook gives social support, Twitter knowledge

    New York: More and more people are joining Facebook to get social support and a subsequent overall sense of well-being while micro-blogging site Twitter is helping its users gain knowledge in the age of information, says a study.

  • Driverless cars are ill-equipped to provide safety

    New York: The current safety regulations for driverless cars do not plan for tasks that previously could only be performed by humans, and are therefore ill-equipped to ensure that autonomous vehicles will perform safely and reliably, experts say.

  • Wear ‘Smart glasses’ to focus on what you see

    Washington: The days of wearing bifocals or constantly swapping reading glasses may soon be over, thanks to new ‘smart glasses’ developed by scientists, including one of Indian origin, that can automatically adjust the focus on what a person is seeing, whether it is far away or close.

  • Taking frequent shower is bad for immune system

    London: If you think that taking shower everyday can keep you healthy and hygienic then give it a second thought, as a study reveals that over-cleaning can damage the human microbiome, thereby affecting the immune system, digestion and even heart.

  • Half of Cybercrime victims fail to recover lost money

    Moscow: More than half (52 per cent) of internet users globally who have lost their money at the hands of cybercriminals have only got some, or none, of their stolen funds back, a new research from Kaspersky Lab revealed on Friday.

  • Earth and Moon has “Genetic ties”

    Washington: The Earth as well as the Moon and certain meteorites were formed from materials that were more similar, holding almost indistinguishable isotopic characteristics, a new study has found.

  • First human-pig embryos developed by Scientists

    Miami: Scientists have for the first time grown embryos that contain a combination of pig and human stem cells, in a step toward one day growing transplantable organs, a study said today. However, the research remains at a very early stage and proved more difficult than expected, the researchers reported in the peer-reviewed journal Cell.

  • Secret behind biggest volcano eruption found

    London: Researchers have decoded what triggered one of the largest volcanic eruptions witnessed by mankind about 73,000 years ago, when extraordinary volumes of volcanic ash were ejected into the atmosphere and rained down and covered enormous areas in India and Indonesia.