Free Press Journal
  • ‘Commando 2’ will surprise audience with its action: Vidyut Jammwal

    Mumbai: After winning hearts in actioner ‘Commando’, now actor Vidyut Jammwal is back with his new upcoming Bollywood flick ‘Commando 2: The Black Money Trail’, claiming that the audience must gear up for plenty of action-packed sequences as the kind of action in this movie has never been seen before in our country.

  • Rohit Vemula’s suicide letter made me cry: Varun Gandhi

    Indore: BJP MP Varun Gandhi today recalled how he broke down after reading a suicide letter written by the Hyderabad University Ph.D scholar Rohit Vemula before he hanged himself on the campus in January 2016. “Rohit Vemula, a dalit Ph.D student from Hyderabad committed suicide last year. When I read his letter, I broke into tears. Rohit wrote that he was taking the extreme step because he had committed the sin of

  • British Muslim teacher denied entry to US

    London: A British Muslim teacher travelling to New York last week as a member of a school party from South Wales was denied entry to the US, a media report said.Juhel Miah and a group of children and other teachers from Llangatwg Comprehensive in Aberdulais, Neath Port Talbot, South Wales, were about to take off from Iceland on February 16 on their way to the US when he was removed from the

  • 3 poll-related deaths in Maha during civic elections

    Mumbai: Three poll-related deaths were reported in Maharashtra, where elections for ten municipal corporations – including the cash-rich Mumbai civic body – and eleven zilla parishads (ZPs) were held today.In Solapur, a senior citizen Gangadhar Shete died after he collapsed at a polling booth in ward No. 8 at the G L Kulkarni school, police said.

  • How Sunny Leone beat the bullies…

    Who will not be left impressed by the grace and dignity with which Sunny Leone accepts her past? Speaking about becoming an adult film actor, she reveals in a recent interview that after school she went to college ad wanted to be a paediatric nurse. But later she moved into a different business.

  • Mumbai records 52.17% voter’s turnout till 6.15 p.m

    There are 227 seats for Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai and many people turnout to cast their votes; this is the highest polling in last 3 BMC elections. Major parties like Shiv Sena, BJP, Congress and NCP are looking at these elections with an eye on the next big one, the 2019 assembly polls. Parties such as MNS is fighting for its existing have also some major hope in this election, another

  • Listeria may trigger early miscarriage risk

    New York: Listeria, a common food-borne bacterium, may pose a greater risk of miscarriage in the early stages of pregnancy than previously thought, says a study. “For many years, listeria has been associated with adverse outcomes in pregnancy, but particularly at the end of pregnancy,” said one of the researchers Ted Golos, Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison in the US.

  • WhatsApp ‘Status’ could now share photos, videos and GIFS

    New York: Popular messaging platform WhatsApp has updated to “Status” feature that allows users to share images and videos with their contacts on WhatsApp in a secure way. WhatsApp’s Status feature lets users share photos, GIFs or videos overlaid with drawings, emojis and a caption that will be visible to selected friends for 24 hours, before disappearing. “As a utility, we’re focused on building features that will be used around the world

  • Age only adds to his charm!

    Veteran actor Liam Neeson, who has impressed movie lovers worldwide with his work in films like “Schindler’s List” and “Taken”, says today’s generation prefers replacing the “older items” to “repairing them”. And it worries him.

  • Jimmy Kimmel, Matt Damon feud continues

    TV personality Jimmy Kimmel, who will be hosting the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday, has vowed to “keep his ‘longtime frenemy’ and actor-producer Matt Damon offstage.” Damon’s film “Manchester by the Sea” is up for the best picture Oscar but he might have trouble collecting the trophy if the movie wins, as the 49-year-old popular talk show host has no plans to drop the pair’s long-standing infamous feud anytime soon, according to

  • Martin Scorsese can’t make movies like a Hollywood filmmaker

    Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese says he does not think he could make it as a “Hollywood filmmaker” because his success comes from making movies “in the margins”. Scorsese feels like a “thief” with his success because he has “got away with” making movies that were influenced by his upbringing in New York’s Lower East Side, reported Female First.

  • ‘Done and dusted’ …says Kangana about her feud with Hrithik Roshan

    Actress Kangana Ranaut says that her much publicised battle with Hrithik Roshan over their alleged love affair, is a thing of the past now and that the chapter is “done and dusted” for her. The two stars’ tussle started when Kangana hinted at Hrithik being her “silly ex” during an interview last year.

  • There’s endless Uranium under sea for nuclear power

    New Delhi: Trace amounts of uranium exist in seawater, but efforts to extract it for nuclear power haven’t produced enough to make it a viable source for countries that don’t have uranium mines. A practical method for extracting that uranium, which produces higher quantities in less time, could help make nuclear power a viable part of the quest for a carbon-free energy future.

  • Bharti Singh excited to tie the knot by the end of 2017

    Mumbai: Popular comedian Bharti Singh says she is excited to get married by the end of this year and is looking forward to all the ceremonies which will happen during her marriage. Bharti says she wants to enjoy her wedding with all the hustle bustle along with her would be husband, Haarsh Limbhachiyaa. “I am very excited for the wedding but more so for all the ceremonies, like ‘mehandi’ and ‘sangeet’. I

  • Heard of Yo-Yo dieting?

    A study found that on and off dieting is better than not dieting at all

  • Trauma, stress weakens ability to perceive facial expressions

    New York: Adolescents suffering from trauma and stress are likely to have impairment in the ability to recognise facial expressions that is critical for social functioning and communicating emotions, researchers say.

  • Heavy boozing leads to arterial stiffness in men

    London: Men with heavy alcohol intake over the years may be at higher risk of developing arterial stiffness, premature ageing of arteries, increasing their risk for heart disease, says a study. The findings showed that drinking too much can affect the elasticity of the arterial walls, causing arterial stiffness, and prematurely age the arteries, interfering with blood flow.