Free Press Journal
  • Mother nature holds key to your well-being

    Los Angeles: Feeling low? Try hiking or spending time outdoors, say scientists who have found that engaging with natural environment contributes to a person’s overall well-being.

  • Can’t say no to pizza, burgers? Find out why

    Washington: After knowing that burger and pizzas are unhealthy, why are we incapable from cutting them from our diets? Relax and blame gene variants as a study finds that they affect the way our brain works and influence our food preferences. The new research could lead to new strategies to empower people to enjoy and stick to their optimal diets.

  • Facebook can help curb government corruption

    Washington: Social platforms like Facebook may help fight government corruption, especially in countries where press freedom is curbed, say researchers who studied the impact of social media during the 2012 anti-corruption protests in India.

  • Going to university may help prevent dementia: study

    London: Want to stay mentally healthy in old age? Stimulating your brain by going to university or taking on leadership roles at work may help, a new study suggests. The research led by the University of Exeter in the UK used data from more than 2,000 mentally fit people over the age of 65.

  • HOT: Nargis Fakhri heats up the tempo with her latest photo shoot

    Just last week we had reported that Nargis Fakhri has been enjoying some quality time in the sun and sand on the beaches. Well, now we hear that the actress who has been making us jealous with her Instagram posts of her holidays recently shot for the popular magazine Elle India. In fact, Nargis Fakhri features as the cover girl for the magazine for the month of May. If that wasn’t enough

  • SHOCKING: Kapil Sharma accused of plagiarism by a stand-up comedian Abijit Ganguly

    After having started off with humble beginnings, the ace comedian cum actor Kapil Sharma went on to reach dizzying heights with ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’, which was soon followed by ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. Recently, the show’s TRPs went for a big toss (for the first time ever since its inception) after the infamous mid-air fight between Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover. The said fight not just resulted in the untimely exit

  • I feel acting is another way to persuade people: Mohit Madaan

    After his Hindi film debut in the 2015 with romantic comedy ‘Love Exchange’, actor Mohit Madaan will be looking to impress audiences in his forthcoming ‘Aksar 2’, a sequel to the 2006 thriller which starred Emraan Hashmi and Udita Goswami. The sequel too will be directed by Anant Mahadevan, but this time the lead couple will be Madan and Zareen Khan. Though mostly tight-lipped about his new movie, Madaan does talk more about his life,

  • Miley Cyrus is the secret ‘guardian’

    Pop star Miley Cyrus may have a secret role in the upcoming film “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2”. The 24-year-old singer may be coming back to her Disney roots as the voice of the character Mainframe, reported People magazine. The news made its way online after a press junket for the James Gunn-directed film. Actor Dave Bautista, who reprises his role as Drax The Destroyer in the second installment of the

  • Gold

    Akshaya Tritiya: Here are the reasons for the rise in gold price

    Akshaya Tritiya is round the corner gold demand is likely to firm up, with the rise in rupee and concern over the rising geo-political tension, the price of gold is expected to rise. Currently, gold is trading around Rs 29,500 per grams in the domestic market. With demonetisation, the market had witnessed several ups and downs and over the months the impact of its seems to be fading. With the festive season, 10-15 per cent

  • World Masters Games: 101-years-old Indian woman wins gold in 100m race

    Indian female centenarian runner from Chandigarh Man Kaur made history by winning a gold medal at the ‘World Masters Game’ in Auckland on Monday. Kaur clocked a time of 1 minute 14 seconds to finish the 100-meter sprint. This was the 17the gold medal in the Indian athlete’s late-blooming career. Kaur ended a mere 64.42 seconds of Ussain Bolt’s 100m world record set in 2009. In truth her dash become more of

  • Kids are a priority for Charlize Theron

    Actress Charlize Theron says she is dictated by her children and has adapted her life to suit Jackson and August. The 41-year-old actress says her whole entire life has shifted since she became a mother to her young kids and is now more careful about what projects she takes on and how long she’s away from them for, reported OK! magazine.

  • Cancer still haunts Kylie Minogue

    Singer Kylie Minogue says there are some days when she gets restless about the time when she was battling breast cancer. The 48-year-old singer, who was diagnosed with the disease in 2005, says although she has had no scares for over ten years, it still has an impact on her life, reported FemaleFirst. “Some days, I’m still not at peace with it. I go, ‘Dammit, I wish I could just wear what

  • Varun Dhawan has childlike enthusiasm, says Shardul Pandit

    Shardul Pandit playing lead in Kuldeepak wishes Varun Dhawan on his birthday. He says, “The first time I met Varun Dhawan was when ‘Student Of The Year’ was about to come out in Dxb with Karan Johar Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt. I was with a radio channel in Dubai. I hosted the events. We were together for an entire weekend in Dubai.”

  • ‘Mastani’ Deepika is Sonia Singh’s inspiration

    Television actress Sonia Singh, who is playing the role of Sada Kaur – mother of Mehtab Kaur in the historical drama “Sher-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjit Singh”, says she took inspiration from actress Deepika Padukone’s role in “Bajirao Mastani” to get into the skin of the character.
    After watching Deepika play a warrior princess in the magnum opus, Sonia was left stunned and inspired. She was told that she has to undergo sword fighting lessons

  • Hansal Mehta wraps ‘Simran’ shoot

    Filmmaker Hansal Mehta has completed the shoot of “Simran”, which stars Kangana Ranaut in the lead. Mehta took to Twitter to share a picture from the wrap-up party in which he is seen posing with his leading lady. “And it’s a wrap on #Simran. Thank you crew and friends. What a journey this has been!” Mehta posted on Twitter.

  • Huma wants to play Huma

    She has portrayed various characters onscreen in films like “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Ek Thi Daayan”, “Dedh Ishqiya” and “Jolly LLB 2”, but actress Huma Qureshi says she is waiting for a film where the character she plays “resembles” her.
    “There are times, when actors do resemble the characters they portray onscreen, but I don’t think I have played myself in front of the camera. I have always portrayed a character. Though I would