Free Press Journal
  • BJP planning to separate Mumbai, Sena playing double game: Raj Thackeray

    Mumbai: Ending the speculation that his party might not contest the Mumbai civic body (BMC) elections, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray this evening announced that his party would contest the municipal corporation elections in the state including in Mumbai.

  • AP, Congress will sell out Punjab waters for petty gains: Akalis

    Chandigarh: Only SAD-BJP government can protect Punjab waters while the hawkish stance of Amarinder-led Congress and the AAP’s confrontationist approach towards Centre would certainly lead to complete chaos in the state, Akalis said here today.

  • Pakistan bans Saeed from travelling, protests escalate

    Islamabad: Two days after Pakistan placed UN sanctioned militant leader, Hafiz Saeed, under house arrest in Lahore, the Interior Ministry on Wednesday banned the JuD chief from travelling out of the country.

  • Railways gets separate safety fund for network upgradation

    New Delhi: Faced with a series of derailments, Railways today got a much needed separate fund for safety upgradation of the rail network as the budget proposed an outlay of Rs 1 lakh crore for the purpose.

  • ‘I have been a fearless singer’, says Bipin Pandit

    Singing and mimicry is something that comes naturally to Bipin Pandit. With no formal training in music, Pandit with his soulful voice has managed to carve a niche for himself. Balancing both the duties of being a COO of Ad Club and pursuing singing, Pandit is the jack of all trades. Here he speaks to Manasi Y Mastakar about music, his upcoming concert and more… 

  • Asmita Sood goes skydiving in Dubai

    Asmita Sood, who made her TV debut with Phir Bhi Na Maane…Badtameez Dil, is currently making most of her free time. She recently celebrated her mother’s birthday in Dubai. Speaking to FPJ, Asmita says, “I had just got back from a trip to Goa with friends and within a week I left for Dubai. It was for my mum’s birthday so I had planned this short notice trip. It was kinda hush-hush

  • Evelyn Sharma’s Trump card!

    Actress – philanthropist’s faith takes her to attend Donald Trump’s ‘Breakfast’ in Washington DC

  • Finally, the wait ends for Amit Sadh!

    Excited that his next release “Runningshaadi.com” is finally coming out, actor Amit Sadh said the “waiting period” was frustrating. The film has been waiting for its release for two years and will now hit cinema houses on February 17.

  • Sunny Leone’s horrific make-out session

    She is the hottest thing in Bollywood and only growing hotter, but even if you are aware of having a persona that keeps men awake at nights, you don’t want to ever be caught making out… never ever by your dad.

  • Infrared lasers may replace wires in data centres

    Washington: Scientists, including those of Indian origin, have developed a system of infrared lasers and receivers that can eliminate the need for cables and wires at data centres, an advance that may lead to faster wireless communication.

  • ‘Lost continent’ found hiding under Indian Ocean

    Johannesburg: Scientists have confirmed the existence of a “lost continent” under the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius that was left-over by the break-up of the supercontinent, Gondwana, which started about 200 million years ago.

  • Good sleep is equal to good sex for women

    New York: Ample sleep is what you need to enjoy a long and satisfied sexual life, suggests new research involving over 93,000 women. The study confirms association between shorter sleep durations, higher insomnia symptoms, and decreased sexual function in post-menopausal women.

  • This biomimetic tree can generate electricity

    New York: It is true that money does not grow on trees but electricity might someday, as scientists have developed a prototype biomimetic tree that mimics the branches and leaves of a cottonwood tree and generates electricity when its artificial leaves sway in the wind. Researchers from Iowa State University found that the technology could spawn a niche market for small and visually unobtrusive machines that turn wind into electricity.

  • Hydrogel robots can catch live fish

    Boston: MIT engineers have designed new transparent, gel-based robots that move when water is pumped in and out of them and can perform a number of fast, forceful tasks, including kicking a ball underwater and grabbing and releasing a live fish.

  • AI Libratus beats human players in poker game

    London: In a significant milestone for artificial intelligence, a computer system has successfully beaten four human players in a poker marathon match lasting 20 days, winning more than USD 1.5 millions worth of chips.

  • Spaceflight may change Astronauts’ brain shape

    Washington: Brains of astronauts may undergo changes in shape, compressing and expanding during spaceflight, according to a new study that may pave the way for treating related health conditions. The study, believed to be the first to examine structural changes that take place in astronauts’ brains during spaceflight, found that the volume of grey matter increased or decreased, and the extent of the alteration depended on the length of time spent in

  • Facebook to show authentic & real-time stories on News feed

    New York: In a bid to display more relevant stories on its News Feed, Facebook has rolled out fresh changes with new signals to “better identify and rank authentic content”. The changes will also have a new real-time prediction algorithm to spot stories that might be relevant to you faster.