Free Press Journal
  • Frozen organs may get life via nanotechnology

    Washington: Scientists are developing a new method to safely bring frozen organs back to life using nanotechnology, an advance that may make donated organs for transplants available to virtually everyone who needs them.

  • People are ‘socially’ active, yet feel lonely

    Washington: The more time you spend on social media – scrolling through Facebook, trolling on Twitter, snapping on Snapchat – the more likely you is to feel socially isolated, a new study has warned. Researchers from University of Pittsburgh in the US found that people who use social media for more than two hours a day have twice the odds of experiencing feelings of social isolation and lack a sense of social

  • Soon, give a ‘Thumbs down’ on messenger

    New York: After offering a slew of “Reaction” buttons for posts last year, Facebook may soon add a new reaction “Dislike” for Facebook Messenger, a media report said. According to a report in Tech Crunch, Facebook was testing out a “thumbs down” reaction in addition to the already available reactions.

  • Perfect player: Artificial Intelligence beats humans at poker game

    Toronto: For the first time, an artificial intelligence system has beaten human professionals at a game of Texas hold ’em poker, scientists say. It is a historic result in artificial intelligence (AI) that has implications far beyond the poker table, from helping make more robust medical treatment recommendations to developing better strategic defence planning.

  • Like widows, widowers too may get pension in Haryana

    Chandigarh: The Haryana government is considering granting pensions to widowers, similar to the grant provided to widows, from next year. “We are contemplating to grant pension to widowers on the pattern of the (pension provided to) widows..,” Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said in the state Assembly here today. He was responding to a question raised by Independent MLA from Samalkha constituency Ravinder Macchrouli during the Question Hour. The entire House burst

  • Modi divides even electricity into Hindu-Muslim: Akhilesh Yadav

    Jaunpur (Uttar Pradesh): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of trying to polarise voters on communal lines. Addressing a gathering here, Akhilesh Yadav said it was sad that Modi had even “divided electricity into Hindu and Muslim”.

  • Abu Azmi objects to drama of surrogacy asks why Karan Johar couldnt marry

    Mumbai (Maharashtra): In what may spark a fresh controversy, Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi on Monday accused Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar of resorting to the ‘drama’ of surrogacy because “he couldn’t get a girl to marry.” Azmi said even if Karan Johar could not marry, then instead of surrogacy he could have gone for adoption.

  • AIIMS gives Jayalalithaa report to TN government

    New Delhi: The AIIMS on Monday handed over to the Tamil Nadu government the reports of its specialists who visited Chennai when Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa was hospitalized. “AIIMS handed over the five ‘visit reports’ regarding the health condition of (the) late Chief Minister to (the) government of Tamil Nadu,” an official statement said. The papers were handed over by V. Srinivas, the Deputy Director (Administration) at the All India Institute of

  • Rebirth of ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast’ in the movie Machine: Watch as Akshay Kumar grooves to his iconic 90’s number

    Hit number of 90s ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast’ has been upgraded to next level and it has been introduced in the movie Machine, this movie is debut movie of Abbas Burmawalla son Mustafa, Abbas Burmawalla is the famous director of Bollywood and people better recognize his name in pair with Abbas-Mustan.Makers of Machine has released the song and they have entered in the league of remaking of songs.

  • Auction fails again for Mallya’s Kingfisher House, Goa Villa

    Mumbai: Auction of two plush properties of Vijay Mallya’s defunct Kingfisher Airlines — Kingfisher House in this metropolis and Kingfisher Villa in Goa — proved to be a damp squib once again today with not a single bid coming in. The 17-lender consortium led by State Bank could find no buyers despite reducing the reserve prices for both the properties by nearly 10 per cent to recover loans running into thousands of

  • Women’s Day 2017: Did you know these Bollywood actress were once former Beauty queens?

    The glamorous industry of movies owes a lot to the beauty pageants. A talent house that has produced some of the greatest stars Bollywood has ever witnessed. The Beauty pageants are undoubtedly one of the biggest and best grooming centres. In Bollywood there are many actresses who are the former beauty queens. It is said that winning a beauty title is the ticket to Bollywood.

  • Dating tips- These 10 tricks will help every guy score some extra points!

    Dating tips: These 10 tricks will help every guy score some extra points!

    We really don’t know whether ‘Men are from Mars and women from Venus’ but all we know is women have secret meanings to even simple basic things. They try to tick people by making them believe what they say but still hope someone can read their mind. So here are 10 basic things guys needs to understand about girls.

  • Above & Beyond to add colour to Holi event in Mumbai

    Mumbai: English dance music group Above & Beyond will spread the colour of music at Holi Reloaded 2017, an electronic dance music Holi festival to be held here on March 13. Plus nine one, a venture of 3rd Rock Entertainment, announced the fifth season of Holi Reloaded, presented by Lawman pg 3 and powered by Volkswagen, will be organised at JVPD Ground, Juhu here. Bollywood and television celebrities attending the party in

  • FBI joins probe into Sikh’s shooting

    Washington: The FBI is helping the police in the US city of Seattle hunt for an attacker who shot a Sikh man and told him to “go back to your own country”, authorities said. A statement on Sunday from the FBI’s Seattle office said the bureau remains “committed to investigating crimes that are potentially hate-motivated”, The Seattle Times reported. The 39-year-old victim, a US national of Indian origin, was identified by External

  • 10 things every woman should gift herself! (2)

    Women’s Day 2017: 10 things every woman should gift herself!

    Being a woman is never an easy task. A woman is a human being with multiple personalities, several moods, hundreds of responsibilities and is on duty 24*7. What if we say to overlook anything and everything that is holding you back? Sounds like a plan, right? At least for a day let’s forget those relationship woes, insensitive society, and corrupt pollution, crowded trains, demanding neighbours and irritating relatives. Hush! Feeling better already? We, women

  • Man kills lover, commits suicide in Meerut

    Meerut: A 19-year-old girl was shot to death by her lover who then took his own life in Kalanjari village here, police said today. The bullet-ridden bodies of Sandeep (25) and Lalitha were found in a field yesterday, an officer from Jani police station said. The two died on the spot, an officer said, adding that evidence suggests that Sandeep shot Lalitha and then shot himself.

  • Women in India earn 25% less than men: Survey

    New Delhi: Women in India earn 25 per cent less than men, with men earning a median gross hourly salary of Rs 345.80, while for women it is only Rs 259.8, says a Monster India report. Though the gender pay gap has narrowed by 2 percentage points from 27.2 per cent in 2015 over last year.