Free Press Journal
  • Congress, BJP, SP, NCP have joined hands to destroy AAP: Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP-ruled states to compare their work to that of the Delhi government as he alleged that political parties including Congress, BJP, SP and NCP have come together to “destroy” the AAP.

  • Sonam Kapoor’s comments are testimony of her affection towards me: Swara Bhaskar

    New Delhi: Actresses Sonam Kapoor and Swara Bhaskar have time and again proved the ‘actress cannot be best friends’ statement wrong. Swara, who was in New Delhi for the music launch for her upcoming film ‘Anarkali of Aarah’ told ANI in an exclusive conversation, “Sonam is a very close friend and she is an exceptionally generous person who always looks out for her.”

  • Trump blames Obama for releasing Guantanamo Bay detainees

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has launched a fresh attack on Barack Obama’s administration, claiming he was responsible for releasing 122 “vicious prisoners” from Guantanamo Bay, who have since re-engaged in terrorism. “122 vicious prisoners, released by the Obama Administration from Gitmo, have returned to the battlefield. Just another terrible decision!” he wrote on Twitter on Tuesday morning.

  • Modi, Kejriwal play “politics of false promises”: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for playing “politics of false promises” as he set the tone of his party’s campaign for upcoming civic polls in the national capital. Addressing a convention of Congress workers at Ram Lila Maidan here, Gandhi targeted both Modi and Kejriwal for leading “individual-centric” governments.

  • Omar Abdullah hits out at govt for using force against protesting employees

    Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah today hit out at the PDP-BJP government in the state for using force against the employees demanding regularisation of their services. Omar, in an obvious reference to employment of grandson of hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani as research officer in SKICC, said the government had no wages for casual labourers.

  • Watch Mirza Juuliet trailer: Full of love and lust

    The official trailer of Mirza Juuliet is out and we can see all the actors confused in love and lust, every character in the trailer is looking good in their role. The trailer shows a series of confusion between the lead actors followed by love, lust and action. The female lead of the film Pia is confused as whom she should really marry. She gets physically attracted to Darshan, while her would-be

  • Soldier denounces ‘batman’ system, Army says he wasn’t one

    New Delhi: Another soldier has taken to social media to complain about the system of ‘batman’ in the Army and what he said was “poor quality food served to the men in uniform”. The Army, however, dismissed his contentions as “baseless” .Sindhav Jogidas of the Army Medical Corps said he was airing his grievances publicly because his complaints to the Prime Minister’s Office and the Defence Ministry had gone unheeded.

  • Ryan Gosling to make ‘The Underwater Welder’ as a movie

    Actor Ryan Gosling has come on board to produce a movie adaptation of Jeff Lemire’s graphic novel “The Underwater Welder.” Ken Kao, and Anonymous Content will also be serving as producers, reported Variety. The novels revolve around a man in the dangerous profession of underwater welding, who has a supernatural encounter at the bottom of the sea. No actors, screenwriters, or director is attached with the project at this point.

  • Tapsee Pannu: Be your own hero

    Best known for her packing a punch in Pink, Tapsee Pannu tells Jaideep Pandey that she believes it’s time for women to become their own hero in life and fight for equality

  • 3D-printed, lifelike blood vessel network created

    Los Angeles: Scientists have successfully 3D printed lifelike, functional blood vessel network, an advance that could pave the way for artificial organs and regenerative therapies. The research, led by professor Shaochen Chen from the University of California San Diego in the US, addresses one of the biggest challenges in tissue engineering – creating lifelike tissues and organs with functioning networks of blood vessels that can transport blood, nutrients, waste and other biological

  • Ancient DNA traces of leukaemia found in bats

    London: Ancient DNA traces from the family of viruses that cause a rare type of leukaemia have been found in the genomes of bats, filling the “last major gap” in retrovirus fossil record, a new study has said. The research, which is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and was conducted by the University of Glasgow and The Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, offers conclusive evidence that these

  • Ice age to be blamed for mass extinction

    Geneva: A short ice age which preceded the global climate warming may have caused one of the greatest mass extinctions on our planet about 250 million years ago, a new study suggests. Earth has known several mass extinctions over the course of its history. One of the most important happened at the Permian-Triassic boundary.

  • Universe may soon get its ‘coolest spot’

    Washington: NASA is planning to send an ice chest-sized box to the International Space Station (ISS), where it will freeze gas atoms to create the coolest spot in the universe, an advance that may provide new insights into gravity and dark matter.

  • Waste tomato, eggshells may soon turned in tires

    New York: Tires of the future could come from the farm as much as the factory as researchers has found a way to turn waste tomato peels and eggshells into sustainable rubber. The researchers discovered that food waste can partially replace carbon black, the petroleum-based filler that has been used in manufacturing tires for more than a century.

  • Robot quizzes when confused

    Washington: Scientists have developed an algorithm that enables robots to ask intelligent questions when they are confused to help them get better at fetching objects – an important task for future robot assistants.

  • Succ‘sex’ful stories: Good sex leads to successful career

    New York: Maintaining a healthy sex life at home can boost your job satisfaction and engagement at the office, says a study. Sexual intercourse triggers the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with the reward centres in the brain, as well as oxytocin, a neuropeptide associated with social bonding and attachment.