Free Press Journal
  • Didn’t feel ignored while working with Akshay: Huma Qureshi

    New Delhi: Actress Huma Qureshi, who shares screen space with actor Akshay Kumar in forthcoming courtroom drama film “Jolly LLB 2”, says she doesnt feel that her role will get ignored in front of Akshays stardom.

  • South calling for Arhaan Khan

    Arhaan Khan, who is playing the negative lead in TV show Badho Bahu, is all set to make debut in South. The model-turned-actor has signed upcoming Telugu movie Sri Valli. Confirming the new, he says, “I feel good. It is everyone’s dream. It is a tremendous project so it’s really a good thing. I never thought that people of south are so nice and genuine. Working with them has been a wonderful

  • Sophie Choudry hopes to find love this year!

    Former VJ and singer Sophie Choudry celebrates her birthday today (February 8). Her friend Manish Malhotra hosted a pre-birthday bash for her on Monday night and going by the reports it seems they had an epic night!

  • Kylie vs Kylie: Minogue wins patent war against Jenner

    Singer Kylie Minogue has won a legal battle against reality star Kylie Jenner over the trademark of their shared first name. The US Patent and Trademark Office rejected Jenner’s claim, but the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star is already planning an appeal to use the brand name “Kylie” for her growing fashion and beauty lines, reported People.

  • ‘Fearless’ Kangana says Rangoon is a perfect Women’s Day watch

    Actress Kangana Ranaut, who will be seen as ‘fearless Julia’, a leading actress who travels, performs and entertains soldiers of the British Indian Army in Vishal Bhardwaj’s period drama “Rangoon”, says the film is a perfect Women’s Day watch as it’s about a strong woman.

  • Saif is a hands-on father: Kareena Kapoor Khan

    Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s decision to name their son Taimur sparked a row on social media and the actress says her only advice to her kid would be to be humble and ignore everything else that happens around him.

  • Anushka Sharma is hat-ke!

    The pretty actress says that she has been lucky to play diverse roles in such a short span of time in Bollywood

  • Mumbai: Hardik Patel joins Shiv Sena, to be face of Gujarat polls campaign

    Mumbai: In a another jolt to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Maharashtra, the firebrand Patidar quota stir leader Hardik Patel on Tuesday joined hands with Shiv Sena and said that he will be the face of the Uddhav Thackeray led-party in Gujarat.

  • Soon E-pills that could the monitor patient’s health

    Boston: MIT scientists have developed a small battery that runs on stomach acids and could power next-generation ingestible electronic pills which may monitor patient health or treat diseases by residing in the gastrointestinal tract for extended periods of time.

  • Sip green tea to combat bone marrow disorders

    Washington: A compound found in green tea could have life saving potential for patients who face often-fatal medical complications associated with bone marrow disorders, says a study. The compound epigallocatechine-3-gallate (EGCG), a polyphenol found in green tea leaves, may be of particular benefit to patients struggling with multiple myeloma and amyloidosis – both related to bone marrow disorders, according to the researchers.

  • Eating nuts may cut risk of colon cancer

    Berlin: Munching on nuts – such as almonds and pistachios – may not only protect you from heart diseases and diabetes, but also help prevent colon cancer, a new study has claimed. According to the study, nuts have a positive effect on health because, among other things, they are involved in activating the body’s own defences for detoxifying reactive oxygen species.

  • Kuldeep Yadav replaces injured Mishra for Bangladesh test

    Hyderabad: Young chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav has been rewarded with his maiden India Test call up after veteran leg spinner Amit Mishra was ruled out of the one-off game against Bangladesh due to a knee injury he sustained during the T20 series against England.

  • Psychotherapy may restore brain changes in social phobia

    London: Treating patients suffering from a social phobia with a form of psychotherapy may remove impairments in the key brain structures that are involved in processing and regulating emotions, researchers suggested.

  • Yoga may help treat chronic lower back pain

    Washington: Practicing yoga may have health benefits for people with chronic lower back pain, according to a latest review of research conducted in India, the UK and the US. Lower back pain is a common health problem, and is usually treated with self-care and over-the-counter medication.