Free Press Journal
  • Smurfs to make world happier and peaceful

    Los Angeles: The popular Smurf characters have been brought on board by United Nations to encourage children, young people and adults to make the world happier, more peaceful, equitable and healthy, via a campaign.

  • Strong material grapheme made by using soybean

    Melbourne: In a breakthrough, scientists have used the humble soybean to make the world’s strongest material graphene commercially more viable. Graphene is a carbon material that is one atom thick. Its thin composition and high conductivity means it is used in applications ranging from miniaturised electronics to biomedical devices.

  • Father’s diet may influence son’s reproducing capacity

    Melbourne: A father’s diet can affect the son’s ability to reproduce, according to a new study that debunks the belief that males just pass on genetic material and not much else to their offspring. The study sought to understand if the nutritional history of fathers had an effect on their sons.

  • Winston Churchill’s 1939 essay on aliens discovered

    London: Winston Churchill is known for his leadership during World War II, but a newly discovered essay on alien life penned down in 1939 by the former British Prime Minister reveals that he was open to the possibility of life on other planets.

  • Vishal Bhardwaj responds to Supreme Court’s order about National Anthem being played in the film

    The practice of standing up for National Anthem when it is played at the start of every film had created a furore of sorts recently after a PIL was filed to make it compulsory in theatres. This was followed by the Supreme Court intervening and they passed an order asking audience to stand up when National Anthem is played in theatres. However, this further led to a series of debates and the

  • 6 secret weddings in Bollywood you would not imagine!

    Most of the Bollywood celebrities are hiding their marriage news with their fans. B-town celebrities who has marriage their loved one and than announced the marriage good news.

  • “Padmavati is the best experience of my life” – Shahid Kapoor

    Shahid Kapoor in an exclusive interview with Bollywood Hungama‘s Content Head Broadband Faridoon Shahryar says that with regards to the burgeoning Padmavati controversy, it is best to be politically correct and stay quiet. He also says that this is the most special role of his career. Parts of the answers given by Shahid were in Hindi and we have done an approximate translation of the same in English.

  • Saudis voice optimism about relations with US under Trump

    Bonn: Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister says his country expects to have a productive relationship with the Trump administration and is optimistic that US-Saudi cooperation can overcome challenges in the Middle East.

  • E Palaniswamy takes oath as Tamil Nadu CM

    Chennai: E. Palaniswamy, a loyalist of the now jailed AIADMK General Secretary V.K. Sasikala, on Thursday took oath as the new Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

  • Triple Talaq unconstitutional, says Government

    Lucknow: The Centre on Thursday said the government opines triple talaq as unconstitutional, adding that they do not support such wrong practices.

  • 7-Year old asked for a job at Google, Here is what CEO Sundar Pichai said

    Some kids want to be pilot, astronauts’, fire fighters or some dreams of becoming superheroes when they grow up, but this 7-year-old girl from UK, Chole Bridgewater has her eyes on Google, the dream company for many. Enthralled to see the images of Google offices with their bean bags, go-karts and slides, Chloe decided to apply for a job at Google.

  • UP Polls: Akhilesh silences critics, says Samajwadi Party belongs to Netaji

    Mainpuri: Attempting to downplay the ongoing feud in the Samajwadi Party, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday told the voters in Mulayam Singh Yadav’s stronghold of Mainpuri that the party belongs to ‘Netaji’ and added that some tough decisions had to be taken in the wake of the ongoing political developments.