Free Press Journal
  • Congress is a sinking ship being deserted by all: Rajnath Singh

    Dehradun: Hitting back at AICC vice president Rahul Gandhi for comparing rebel Congress leaders joining BJP with “garbage”, Union Minister Rajnath Singh today said Congress was a sinking ship which was being deserted by everyone.

  • Celeb talks: Ishq vishq pyaar vyaar

    On Valentine’s Day, Rohit Pramar asks some of the celebrities from television what they think about love and what it means to them…

  • ‘Bad acting’ rules in mainstream cinema: Tannishtha Chatterjee

    Actress Tannishtha Chatterjee feels one can easily distinguish between trained and untrained actors and says it is rather sad that the mainstream cinema in the country has fed the public with “bad acting.” The “Parched” star says most of the good actors in the film industry come from a solid training background but also lauds the younger stars like Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt for bringing realism in their roles.

  • Pooja Chopra’s high on love

    The pretty actress knows what she wants, and would not compromise on that

  • Make your move…

    Study reveals the most impressive dance moves for women

  • A 3D heart tissue that beats, improves cardiac treatments

    Toronto: Scientists have created a 3D heart tissue that beats in synchronised harmony, an advance that may lead to better understanding of cardiac health and improved treatments. Researchers at York University in Canada have devised a way to stick three different types of cardiac cells together, like Velcro, to make heart tissue that beats as one.

  • First-borns are smarter than their siblings: study

    London: Elder siblings have higher IQs and better thinking skills as they receive more mental stimulation from parents in their early years, a new research has claimed. First-borns score higher than their siblings in IQ tests as early as age one, researchers from University of Edinburgh in the UK have found.

  • Much awaited iphone 8 will feature wireless charging

    New York: Apple’s upcoming iPhone is set to come with wireless charging which will enable users to charge the phone without having to plug it in. “Apple will sell separate wireless chargers made by Luxshare, the Chinese company behind the inductive charging in the Apple Watch,” Forbes.com reported.

  • Two eruptions formed the iconic Deccan traps

    Toronto: India’s Deccan Traps – one of the largest volcanic features on the Earth – may have formed due to eruptions from two distinct plumes, a new study suggests. Researchers from the University of Quebec in Canada created a computer simulation to depict events that occurred in what is now India over 60 million years ago.

  • Karan blasts out at Ajay Devgn, blames him for his fall out with Kajol

    One of the major shocking revelations of 2016 was when Karan Johar admitted that he and Kajol were no more friends. The friendship had come to an end after the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil controversy when Ajay Devgn had leaked a phone call between producer Kumar Mangat and Kamaal R Khan.

  • Huge lakes spotted under West Antartica’s glacier

    Washington: Researchers have used data from the European Space Agency’s CryoSat-2 satellite to identify a sudden drainage of large pools below West Antarctica’s Thwaites glacier, the media reported. Thwaites Glacier, already one of the planet’s fastest-moving glaciers, is sliding unstoppably into the ocean, mainly due to warmer seawater lapping at its underside, speeding up by about 10 per cent from June 2013 and January 2014, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Here’s the newly estimated timeline of our solar system

    Boston: Astronomers have estimated the new lifetime of the solar nebula which suggests that the gas giant planets Jupiter and Saturn formed within the first four million years of our solar system’s formation. About 4.6 billion years ago, an enormous cloud of hydrogen gas and dust collapsed under its own weight, eventually flattening into a disk called the solar nebula.