Free Press Journal
  • Delegation of Indian MPs meets Pak’s NA speaker

    Islamabad: A three-member Indian delegation of MPs today met Pakistan’s National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq who said greater interaction and dialogue between the two sides can play a pivotal role in strengthening ties. The delegation headed by Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor included Lok Sabha MP Meenakshi Lekhi and Rajya Sabha MP Swapan Dasgupta.

  • Will move heaven and earth to implement Muslim quota: Telangana CM

    Hyderabad: The Telangana Government would not hesitate to “fight” with the Centre, if necessary, for the implementation of its proposed Muslims quota act, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said here today. The state government proposes to pass two bills for providing reservations to Muslims and STs and then urge the Centre to include the matter in the 9th Schedule of Constitution as done in the case of Tamil Nadu, the CM said

  • Shocking revelation by Ulka Gupta: Faced racism in TV industry

    Racism is in every corner of the world and in every industries, even Indian film and TV industry is not far behind in a shocking revelation made by a TV actress that she faced racism in TV for getting a role. Ulka Gupta is the current victim of Racism in an interview given to DailyBhaskar she revealed the dark side of TV industry.

  • We will play role of constructive opposition: Okram Ibobi

    Imphal: Former Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh on Wednesday said the Congress Party will sit in the opposition and play the role of a constructive opposition of the coalition government led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the interest of the people of Manipur. “We thought that we will get justice because we are the single largest party. Our game is over. Our Party has decided that we will sit

  • Salma Hayek bored of playing ‘sexy’ roles

    Actress Salma Hayek says she is bored of playing “sexy” roles in the movies and is now willing to portray a mother or grandmother on big screen. During an interview with DuJour magazine, the 50-year-old actress says, “Sometimes with age, you get better characters. I love to play the mother, and I’ll be excited to play the grandmother. How boring to play that (sexy) part for the rest of my life. I

  • Benedict turns 400-year-old…for a movie

    Actor Benedict Cumberbatch has been roped in to play a man who is 400-year-old in a movie. The 40-year-old star will play Tom Hazard in the film adaptation of the forthcoming book “How to Stop Time” penned by Matt Haig, reported BBC. The book will hit the shelves post July and Cumberbatch’s production company SunnyMarch will produce the film with Studiocanal. Talking about the inclusion of the “Sherlock” star in the project,

  • Blame it on ‘Bombay-bred boys’

    Vivek Agnihotri holds tinsel-town filmmakers responsible for lack of Indian political films

  • The iconic ‘The Matrix’ film gets a reboot

    The reboot for the iconic sci-fi film “The Matrix” is in early works. Warner Bros is in the initial stages of developing a relaunch of the 1999 movie starring Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne in key roles, sources told The Hollywood Reporter. According to insider information, Michael B Jordan is being sought to star in the new film of the franchise, but a lot of groundwork must be laid before going any

  • Amitabh Bachchan recorded two songs

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he has recorded two songs for different projects at his friend and late Bollywood singer-composer Aadesh Shrivastavas studio. “Singing at the studio I often visited – the studio of Aadesh Srivastava… He left us… For a better place… We left ourselves in his memory,” Amitabh posted on his blog.

  • Who to blame for making Sahara a barren dessert

    Seoul: Challenging a commonly held theory that changes in the Earth’s orbit triggered Sahara desertification, a new study suggests that humans may have played an active role in the transition of a lush green landscape into the world’s largest hot desert thousands of years ago.

  • Bacteria-rich lotion may fight skin infections

    Los Angeles: A lotion enriched with the body’s own beneficial bacteria may help protect against skin infections such as eczema, a new study claims. Researchers from University of California, San Diego in the US took bacterial samples from patients’ skin, picked out certain species and cultured them in a lab, and then put these bacteria into a lotion.

  • Shreya Ghoshal to get wax statue at Madame Tussauds

    New Delhi: Shreya Ghoshal has become the first Indian singer to make it to Madame Tussauds, with her wax figure set to be showcased at the upcoming Delhi wing of the musuem.

  • Daily dose of probiotics may damage memory

    Sydney: Daily dose of probiotics – live bacteria and yeasts – well known to be good for the digestive system, may however, be less effective when taken alongside a balanced diet and impair certain aspects of memory, suggests a research.

  • Allo could reveal your search history

    San Francisco: In yet another disturbing news for online privacy advocates, a media report has claimed that Google’s mobile messaging app Allo can reveal your search history to friends and those you message.

  • Soon find strangers on Facebook just matching photograph

    London: The next time you want any information about a stranger, try the new facial recognition app on your iphone, which can provide you his or her details by just matching a photograph on Facebook. Users can take a picture of anyone and run it through the Facezam app which will show them their Facebook profile.

  • Oldest fossil of Red algae found in India

    London: Scientists have discovered 1.6 billion-year-old fossils of red algae in central India, which may be the oldest evidence of plant-like life found on the Earth. The finding in Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh by researchers from the Swedish Museum of Natural History indicates that advanced multicellular life evolved much earlier than previously thought.

  • Spiders are more killer than whales

    London: Spiders are one of the most prolific predators and researchers have found that they wipe out an estimated 400-800 million tonnes of prey every year, compared to an estimated 280-500 million tonnes of prey that the world’s whales eat.

  • The Bachchan’s, Amitabh, Abhishek, Aishwarya and Jaya to star in Gulab Jamun?

    A while back the media was buzzing with reports that veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan, along with his son Abhishek Bachchan and daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan would soon be seen coming together for a film. In fact reports stated that the Bachchan trio had liked the script of Gulab Jamun that was presented to them by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.

  • Give yourself a shock treatment to improve your brain, memory

    London: Stimulating the brain with electricity may synchronise brain waves and help improve short-term working memory, an advance that could help treat people with traumatic brain injury, stroke or epilepsy, a new study has found.