Free Press Journal
  • Bring perpetrators of Samjhauta blasts to justice:Pak to India

    Islamabad: Pakistan today asked India to bring the perpetrators of the Samjhauta train blasts to justice as it termed “regrettable” the acquittal of right-wing activist Swami Aseemanand – an accused in the case – in another case.

  • Open to “all possibilities” to prevent BJP from coming to power: Akhilesh Yadav

    Lucknow: With exit polls predicting a hung Assembly, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today did not completely rule out a post-poll tie-up with the BSP to prevent BJP from coming to power in the state. As exit polls indicated the BJP emerging as the largest single party in the key cow belt state but falling short of the magic figure of 202 in the 403-member House, Akhilesh told BBC he was

  • Jyotsna Chandola give birthday surprise for hubby Nitesh!

    Jyotsna Chandola who seen as Khushi Bharadwaj (KB) in Sasural Simar Kaa on Colors TV. March 8 is Jyotsna’s dream man’s birthday and she went gaga over planning surprises for him. The lady booked a yacht for hubby Nitesh Singh and planned a beautiful date. The couple spent a peaceful quality time and it was a memorable birthday for Nitesh.  The yacht was decorated with balloons, flowers and it was fairy tale

  • Brie Larson blasts fashion industry

    Actress Brie Larson slammed the unfair standards for women in the fashion industry as she recalled how she was just given a “one-off piece of clothing” to wear at her first ever fashion magazine photoshoot while men had custom suits for them.

  • Jennifer Lopez finds new lover boy?

    Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez has reportedly struck up a romance with baseball player Alex Rodriguez after she ended her on/off fling with Drake. The “Ain’t Your Mama” hitmaker and Rodriguez, 41, are believed to have met at one of the 47-year-old beauty’s shows in Las Vegas last month, and are said to be taking things slow and just enjoying a “good light-hearted time”, reported E! online.

  • Hugh Jackman to replace Christian Bale in ‘Ferrari’?

    Hugh Jackman is in talks to replace Christian Bale in the Enzo Ferrari biopic. Actress Noomi Rapace is also in early negotiations to star in the Michael Mann-directed movie, reported Entertainment Weekly. If Jackman boards the film, he will play the titular role of Ferrari while Rapace will star as his estranged wife, Linda, respectively. Bale left the project over health concerns as he was required to gain weight to play the

  • Homebound: PC wants to explore Indian TV too

    Priyanka Chopra, who has hosted an edition of action-adventure TV show “Khatron Ke Khiladi”, wants to explore different facets of the Indian small screen. The actress says she is “always open to do different things and Indian TV is definitely one of them”.

  • Begum Vidya goes through Partition pain

    Vidya, who turns a madam of a brothel in Begum Jaan, wonders why not many films are made on women and Partition

  • Could potatoes be grown on Mars?

    An experiment inspired by the Hollywood movie ‘The Martian’ are working on the series of research to discover possibility of growing vegetable on the Red Planet

  • Facebook launches virtual reality app

    New York: In a bid to make 360 degree photos and videos more immersive and easier to discover, Facebook has launched a new virtual reality app called “Facebook 360” for Samsung Gear VR headset which is powered by Oculus.

  • A therapy that can improve heart health in women

    New York: Women using hormone replacement therapy to relieve the symptoms of menopause may have improved heart health and better survival rates, a study has found. The finding showed that women using hormone replacement therapy were overall 30 per cent less likely to die than those not on hormone therapies.

  • Holi 2017: Famous Mythical Stories about the ‘Festival of Colors’ You Should Know About!

    Holi- the festival of colours is undoubtedly the most fun-filled and boisterous of Hindu festival. During this festival of colours or ‘Holi’ as it is known in India, nature and people alike join in the celebrations throwing away the gloom of winter and rejoice in colours and liveliness of spring. It’s an occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance and of course, lot of vibrant colours.

  • Eating yogurt could reduce symptoms of depression

    New York: Eating yogurt rich in lactobacillus – a probiotic bacteria – may help alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety, a finding that could lead to new strategies for treating psychiatric conditions, researchers have found.

  • Can e-cigarettes lead to cancer?

    Washington: Beware before you rejoice in smoking e-cigarettes, as a study has found significant level of cancer-causing benzene in e-cigarette vapors, when the devices are operated at high power. Benzene, a component of gasoline, has been linked to a number of diseases, including leukemia and bone marrow failure.