Free Press Journal
  • Powerful explosion rocks Mogadishu: police, witnesses

    Mogadishu: A powerful blast possibly caused by a car bomb rocked the Somali capital Mogadishu today, police and witnesses said, on the same day the troubled country’s new prime minister announced his government lineup.

  • Secret marriage pictures of Gurmeet Choudhary and Debina Bonnerjee are going viral on Internet

    Gurmeet Choudhary and Debina Bonnerjee had made news for adopting two girl child and now for their wedding pictures. Yes the most romantic Jodi of Telly industry in news once more because of their wedding pictures going viral online.  Looking at the pictures we can say that they were madly in love with each other and still their relationship is intact. Gurmeet and Debina got married secretly in 2006 and its been

  • Another FIR lodged against jailed UP ex-minister Prajapati

    Lucknow: In a fresh trouble for jailed former minister Gayatri Prajapati, an FIR was registered against him today for allegedly having taken money from a person on the promise of providing a government job. An FIR on charges of forgery has been lodged against Prajapati on the complaint of one Rakesh Prajapati, resident of Partpur in Meerut district at that Gautampalli police station here, a police officer said here.

  • Yogi’s dig at Rahul and Akhilesh: I came in between you two

    New Delhi: “I came in between” Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said today, taking a dig at the leaders of Congress and Samajwadi Party who had formed a coalition to take on the BJP. “I am younger by one year to Rahul jee and one year older to Akhilesh Yadav. And I came between the two (Rahul and Akhilesh). This could be a major reason for

  • Robert Downey dons the Doctor Dolittle hat

    Actor Robert Downey Jr is set to play the lead role in the new “Doctor Dolittle” movie. The film titled “The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle” is based on the classic character who can talk to animals, reported Variety. Stephen Gaghan, who most recently directed Matthew McConaughey’s “Gold,” will helm the film from his own screenplay.

  • Tom Cruise’s year-long training for Mission: Impossible 6

    Actor Tom Cruise spent a year training for a sequence in the upcoming action spy thriller film “Mission: Impossible 6”, says producer David Ellison. Ellison said it was “the most impressive” thing Cruise had done in the movie franchise, reports aceshowbiz.com.

  • Varun Dhawan’s love-hate relationship with social media

    Varun Dhawan says it is a great feeling to be an actor but due to their popularity they are often in line of fire on Twitter. The 29-year-old actor, who conducted a Q and A session on the microblogging site, adds celebrities are both adored and hated on social media platforms.

  • Penelope Cruz to play fashion icon Versace on TV show

    Oscar-winning actress Penelope Cruz will portray fashion icon Donatella Versace in director Ryan Murphys upcoming anthology TV series “Versace: American Crime Story”. Cruz will join the third series of Murphy’s anthology, which began with “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” in 2016 and the forthcoming second season that will focus on the story of Hurricane Katrina, reports theguardian.com. “Versace: American Crime Story” will focus on the 1997 murder of Gianni

  • 32% Indian professionals land job via social networks

    New Delhi: Thirty-two per cent of professionals in India land a new job through social networks that help candidates access information about companies, their culture and opportunities at their fingertips, a professional networking website said.

  • Smartphone app may detect Zika, dengue in 30 minutes

    Washington: Researchers including one of Indian origin have developed a new smartphone-controlled, battery-operated diagnostic device that costs just USD 100 and can detect Zika, dengue and chikungunya within 30 minutes.

  • Wild chimps can enjoy longer life

    Chimpanzees if kept under favourable ecological conditions, their life expectancy rises surprisingly

  • SpaceX studying landing spots on Mars with NASA

    New York: US-based aerospace company SpaceX is working with NASA to identify landing spots on Mars for its spacecraft. “We are working with scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and elsewhere, have identified several potential landing sites, including one that looks particularly promising,” SpaceNews quoted SpaceX’s Paul Wooster as saying.

  • Mumbai: Maharashtra resident doctors decide to end mass leave agitation

    Mumbai: Following strong observations by the Bombay High Court, nearly 3,000 resident doctors of 17 government hospitals in Maharashtra have decided to call off their mass casual leave agitation with immediate effect, the doctors’ association said here on Tuesday.

  • Spider’s deadly venom may avert brain damage

    Melbourne: A protein found in the venom of Australia’s deadly funnel-web spider may prevent the human brain from the devastating damage after a stroke, according to a world-first discovery announced today. Researchers from the University of Queensland and Monash University said the small protein from the venom of the spider showed great promise as a future stroke treatment.