Free Press Journal
  • Blame ADHD, a brain disorder for your child’s bad behaviour

    London: Difficulty in maintaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsiveness in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be due to delayed development of five brain regions, proving that it is a brain disorder and not the result of bad parenting, researchers say.

  • Would be fathers could also suffer depression

    Wellington: If you thought that only women suffer depression during pregnancy as well as post delivery, you may be wrong. According to a new study, would-be fathers who experienced stress or had poor health during their partner’s pregnancy too may be at an increased risk of developing depression.

  • Love’s blind, but Kriti’s sane!

    The young actress feels that one can’t ignore the real world problems inspite of being immensely in love with someone

  • 30 dead as blast rips through sufi shrine in Pakistan

    Karachi: A powerful blast ripped through Lal Shehbaz Qalandar shrine in Sehwan town of Pakistan’s Sindh province on Thursday, killing at least 30 people, including women, and injuring over 100 others.

  • American Horror Story to deal with Presidential election

    Director-producer Ryan Murphy has said that the next season of “American Horror Story” will pull inspiration from the 2016 Presidential election. During an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live,” Murphy said that the season seven of the FX anthology series will tackle the November 8 election that saw Donald Trump defeat former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Don’t share those experiences with friends, which they haven’t

    New Delhi: We love to tell friends and family about experiences we’ve had and they haven’t—from exotic vacations to celebrity sightings—but new research suggests that these stories don’t thrill them quite as much as we imagine.

  • BJP MP Manoj Tiwari’s car attacked in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Unidentified persons today smashed the windscreen of BJP leader and actor Manoj Tiwari’s car here this evening, and warned him to stay away from campaigning in Mumbai, a party leader said.

  • Book on Hema Malini on her 69th birthday

    Dream Girl Hema Malini’s incredible journey from an actor, a danseuse and filmmaker to a politician is being chronicled in a new book which will hit stores on her 69th birthday this October. Billed as an authorised biography, “Hema Malini: Beyond the Dream Girl” is penned by author-columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee.

  • Two injured in scuffle outside Panneerselvam’s residence

    Chennai: Tense moments prevailed in front of former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam’s residence for a while this evening when a minor scuffle broke out between his supporters and those of Law Minister C Ve Shanmugam.

  • Be more careful while making statements: EC to Parrikar

    New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) on Thursday advised Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar to be more careful while making statements in future over his bribe remark during a rally in Goa.

  • 154 year old small crocodile species found in Germany

    Berlin: Scientists have discovered a new species of crocodiles by carrying out the 3D reconstruction of the fossil skull of a reptile that lived around 154 million years ago in Germany. The Langenberg Quarry in Germany has proven to be a rich source of marine-related fossils, including small crocodile-like atoposaurid species.

  • For Shyamalan, a script is like a play…unalterable

    Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan, whose film “Split” will release in India on February 24, says he treats the scripts of his film like a play. “I treat the script like a play, that’s always how I refer to it and I don’t alter lines. I want actors to realise they’re much more pliable than they think they are,” Shyamalan said.