Free Press Journal
  • Tamil famous TV actress Nandhini’s husband found dead in a lodge

    In a shocking incident popular Tamil TV actress Nandhini’s husband, Karthik, committed suicide in a lodge on Monday. However, the incident only came to light on Tuesday morning when a staff member of the lodge checked on him as he did not come out of his room for a long time.

  • ‘Muslim NATO’ not against any country, says Pakistan

    Islamabad: Pakistan remains committed to its policy of non-interference in the conflicts of Muslim countries and the Saudi-led military alliance was not against any country, Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua said on Tuesday.

  • UP cabinet clears Rs 36,359 cr loan waiver for farmers

    Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday cleared a Rs 36,359-crore proposal allowing waiver of loans for marginal and small farmers of the state. The decision was taken at the first cabinet meeting of the BJP government, presided over by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

  • Rushad Rana all set for a big screen return

    Rushad Rana who has been the heartthrob of many from his Hip Hip Hurray days is all set for his next Bollywood release with Maatr. Rana stars alongside Raveena Tandon, as her husband in the movie, which revolves around rape and how he and Raveena fight for justice.

  • Ankit Arora loves playing dark characters

    Actor Ankit Arora, who is currently seen as Shivdutt in “Prem Ya Paheli Chandrakanta”, says he loves to play negative characters as it gives him a chance to go to any extent. “Shivdutt is a negative character. It is always fun to play a character with dark shades, and this one is particularly interesting because he can go to any extent to achieve what he wants. This makes my character more interesting and I

  • Channing to voice star as US Prez George Washington

    Channing Tatum will be giving the voice to the first President of the United States of America George Washington in Netflix’s first animated feature film. The 36-year-old actor will voice star in the movie titled “America: The Motion Picture”, reported The Independent. The script of the film will be penned by Bill Callahan from “Zombieland 2”, who will also co-produce the film, along with Tatum, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, among others.

  • Chris Evans’ tenure as Captain America is over

    Actor Chris Evans has hinted that “Avengers 4” will be his final outing as Captain America. During his appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, Evans addressed the rumours about his future in the popular franchise, reported People magazine. “My contract is up. I have ‘Avengers’ three and four. We do three now and four in the latter part of the year and then after that, that is the end of my contract,”

  • Harrison Ford escape punishment for plane crash

    Harrison Ford will not face any punishment after the Hollywood veteran mistakenly landed his private plane on a taxiway in February this year. The 74-year-old legend will not be fined after an investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) concluded that “no administrative or enforcement action was warranted”, when he landed escaping an incident on Santa Ana, Orange County Airport, reported Variety.

  • All you need to know about Reliance Jio set-top box and offers

    Reliance Jio is all set to enter in DTH market, so the news is that they have come up with Reliance Jio set-top box. The news is flooded on internet and images of the set-top of box are going viral. There is no official confirmation from the company but the images shown seems to be real.

  • Make your own way to self-motivation

    Washington: If your motivation fizzles after a period of time, then good news, a team of researchers has come out with the secret to staying motivated. Researchers from the University of Winnipeg and University of Manitoba have discovered one possible explanation: Our source of motivation changes as we make progress toward a goal.

  • Don’t give a damn: 91% of youth don’t take forgetfulness seriously

    New Delhi: As per a recent survey conducted by Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital, Vasant Kunj (FHVK) to calculate the understanding of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, it is found that forgetfulness is not considered as a disease among youth of India.

  • Adulthood obesity ups the risk of early death

    Washington: You may want to shed those extra kilos as a recent study has suggested that being overweight at any point in your adulthood can up the risk for death. Researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health and the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health sought to investigate the relationship between maximum BMI (body mass index) over time and subsequent mortality.

  • Night workers may find diabetes harder to control

    Bangkok: People with Type 2 diabetes are likely to have poorer control over their blood glucose levels if they are working in night shifts, researchers say. The study revealed that night shift workers had an average glycemic count of 8.2 per cent, significantly higher than the 7.6 per cent count for daytime workers and 7.5 per cent count for participants who did not work.

  • Crab that resides on tree found in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram: A new species of long-legged crab living on trees and substantially different from other congeners has been discovered in regions of the Western Ghats in Kerala, scientists say.

  • Playing it smart: How apps secretly steal your data?

    The types of threats fall into two major categories, either a malware app that is specifically designed to launch a cyberattack or apps that simply allow for collusion and privilege escalation

  • Apple developing own graphics chips for iPhones

    Apple is developing its own graphics technology for iPhones, iPads and watches and will soon stop using PowerVR graphics processors made by British chip designer Imagination Technologies, Apple’s largest customer. In a statement, Imagination said that Apple has notified them that it will no longer use the Group’s intellectual property in its new products in 15 months to two years time.

  • Think before you puff hookah!

    The heat in hookah pipes contains heavy metals and toxins which can kill 80 percent of lung cells