Free Press Journal
  • By 2030, 30 million Chinese men will remain single

    Beijing: About 30 million Chinese men will have to look for brides outside China in the coming decades or end up single, a researcher has said. The number of unmarried Chinese men between 35 and 59 will reach 15 million in 2020 and 30 million in 2050, Wang Guangzhou, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said.

  • Soon, touch and feel your long distant lover

    Toronto: Long-distance couples may soon share a walk, watch movies together and even give each other a massage, thanks to a next-generation technology being developed by scientists. Carman Neustaedter from Simon Fraser University in Canada and colleagues are working on myriad solutions to make people feel connected.

  • You can soon build your own 3D printed bio-bots

    Washington: You could now 3D print your own tiny walking “bio-bots” powered by living muscle cells and controlled with electrical and light pulses, thanks to a new gen-next robot ‘recipe’ developed by scientists, including one of Indian origin.

  • N Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s half-brother assassinated in Malaysia by 2 women

    Kim Jong-nam, half brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, has been killed at an airport in Malaysia by a poisoned needle. According to reports, Kim Jong-nam was killed on Monday morning in Kaula Laumpur. He died after being jabbed by a poisoned needle by two women at the city’s airport. The woman’s are believed to be North Korean agents but have so far been able to evade a police hunt.

  • First venomous reptile lived 260 million years ago

    Johannesburg: A reptile related to early mammals was the first to produce venom in order to survive the rough conditions offered by the deadly South African environment 260 million years ago – some 100 million years before the very first snake was even born – a study says.

  • Akhilesh corners PM Modi for questioning development work in UP

    Hardoi (Uttar Pradesh): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for questioning the development work in the politically crucial state, while appealing the public to help the Samajwadi Party win the elections.

  • Kangana Ranaut admits she is in a relationship, wants to get married this year

    Kangna Ranaut is busy with the promotions of her upcoming film Rangoon and is touring the country for the same. While the promotions are on, the actress is not leaving her outspoken image behind. In every other interview, Kangna has been brutally honest about her life and controversies surrounding it.

  • Cyber bullying: A line crossed in the name of freedom of expression

    There is a thin line between freedom of expression and cyber bullying. On several occasion, netizens either indulge in cyber bullying or ignore what is happening online. But for a 17-year-old to turn a deaf ear to this issue was not a solution. So Ananya Vohra rather decided to find a solution to this issue.

  • Bihar SSC paper leak: Sushil Kumar Modi demands CBI probe

    Patna: Senior Bihar BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi today demanded a thorough probe by CBI or by any other independent agency into the Bihar Staff Selection Commission’s (BSSC) paper leak scam.

  • Reincarnation of Nokia 3310: iconic phone to launch again

    After facing much hardship in mobile market Nokia is all set to release its Android phone, but before that Nokia is re-launching its unbreakable phone which many of us has seen yes it is 3310 to be launched later this Month. The Mobile World Congress is to begin on February 27 and the news that the company might offer the Nokia 3310.

  • Theresa May rejects petition against Donald Trump’s State Visit to UK

    London: UK Prime Minister Theresa May today formally rejected a petition that had garnered popular support against US President Donald Trump being welcomed to Britain on a State Visit, saying her government “does not support” the view.

  • Phillauri new poster: Anushka and Diljit showing eternal love

    Anushka Sharma grabbed every ones eyeball when she released the trailer of her second production house movie ‘Phillauri’. Trailer looked promising and Anushka Sharma’s role is worth to watch, she plays a friendly ghost in the movie and Diljit Dosanjh play the role of lover. The special part in the poster is that the actress has released fresh poster of her home production on the occasion of Valentine’s Day and it does

  • Shruti Haasan to play lead in ‘Sanghamitra’

    Chennai: Actress Shruti Haasan has been signed on to play the leading lady in upcoming mega budget Tamil period drama “Sanghamitra”, which will star Jayam Ravi and Arya in the lead and will roll from April.

  • You get attention in Bollywood only if you’re hit: Govinda

    Mumbai: Govinda has experienced highest of highs in a career spanning three decades, but the actor feels it was during his low phase in Bollywood when he realised that the industry gives attention to only those who are successful.

  • No story is complete without romance, says Ravindra Gautam

    Producer Ravindra Gautam recently producing Meri Durga feels Valentine Day is a very young urban concept. Ravindra says,”Valentine day is a very young urban western concept relevant only among urban youngsters of metros and big cities, which are usually not the people who watch our soaps.”