Free Press Journal
  • Sons of cocaine-using fathers at risk of memory loss

    New York: Men who use cocaine at the time of conceiving a child may increase the risk of their sons developing learning disabilities and memory loss, a study has found.

  • New flexible material tougher than steel developed

    Tokyo: Scientists have created a highly flexible material that is tougher than steel, by combining hydrogels with woven glass fibre fabric, which may have a wide range of potential applications.

  • Ranveer Singh does Tamma Tamma with Alia Bhatt

    Ever since the time the remix version of yesteryears hit track ‘Tamma Tamma’ got released from the upcoming film Badrinath Ki Dulhania, it has been making news for all the right reasons. The said track, which features the film’s lead pair Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt at their youthful best, also has rap by Baadshah and a couple of voiceover lines by the golden voiced veteran Ameen Sayani.

  • Dolphin genes may hold key to treating stroke, kidney failure

    New York: A new database of genes from the bottlenose dolphin may unveil new clues to treat diseases such as stroke and kidney failure in humans, say scientists who have mapped all the proteins found in the marine mammal.

  • Why women gain weight post-pregnancy

    London: Continuing to gain weight post-pregnancy? Do not put the blame on your pregnancy, but on your lifestyle choices post-delivery, researchers say. The findings showed that mothers keep the weight on by eating food off their child’s plate or sitting down for longer periods of time.

  • How to boost chances of female orgasm

    New York: How women can achieve orgasm is no longer a secret as researchers have just found out what it takes to make your female sex partner reach climax. Deep kissing, manual genital stimulation, or/and oral sex in addition to vaginal intercourse can boost chances of female orgasm, said the study by a team of US researchers.


    Here’s why men’s and women’s shirt buttons are placed on opposite sides

    Another regular morning, you are getting ready for your work, taking out your favourite shirt from the wardrobe, but before you wear it, hold on! Why not go a bit deep into the mundane routine? Okay. To start with, have you ever noticed the buttons of your shirt and your partner’s? If the answer is no, then do it now. You will be surprised to know that the buttons of men’s shirt are on

  • Smoking ban in public places may help improve health

    London: Researchers have found evidence that a ban on smoking in public places could be an effective measure to reduce exposure to second-hand smoke which has long been associated with negative health effects.

  • You have better-connected brain if you are creative

    Washington: Highly creative people have significantly more white matter connections between the right and left hemispheres of the brain, according to a new study. The study analysed the network of white matter connections among 68 separate brain regions in healthy college-age volunteers.

  • SIMI chief, 10 others get life sentence in sedition case

    Indore: Students’ Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) chief Safdar Hussain Nagori and 10 other activists of the banned group were today awarded life imprisonment in a 2008 sedition case by a special court here.

  • Watch the trailer of ‘Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana’: Full of Comic timing!

    ‘Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana’ is the second movie of all the lead roles in this film, Gurmeet Choudhary entered into Bollywood with  movie ’Khamoshiyan’  , son of Naseeruddin Shah Vivaan Shah debuted in Bollywood with ‘Happy New year’ and daughter of Kamal Hassan Akshara Haasan entered in Bollywood with movie ‘Shamitabh’. Now all the three are back in with their second movie ‘Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana’ and the

  • SIDBI approves request from 9 funds for Rs 300 crore

    New Delhi: The Small Industries Development Bank of India’s (SIDBI) Venture Capital Investment Committee (VCIC) has approved requests from nine funds aggregating Rs 300 crore, an official here said.

  • More layoffs likely as India’s manufacturing sales shrink

    Despite the governments efforts to attract investment under its Make in India campaign, sales of manufactured goods fell 3.7 per cent during 2015-16 — the first decline in seven years –s parking fears of layoffs and debt default in the months to come.

  • Airtel declares war on roaming; announces zero data roaming charges

    New Delhi: India’s largest telecommunications services provider Bharti Airtel on Monday announced radical changes in its value proposition for domestic and international roaming as the customers will now be able to carry their numbers across India and the world and stay connected all the time without having to worry about high call/data charges. Under national roaming, the network will offer free incoming calls with no premium on outgoing calls along with no