Free Press Journal
  • International Nurses Day 2017: 7 nurses that made history

    You might be surprised to know that the modern nursing – professionally trained nurses – was not the case since forever in the United States. There was a time when due to lack of professional help to doctors, the duty to nurse a patient would be on nuns, military professionals (during war) or anyone who would provide service to sick and injured. It was later due to the advocacy of some men and women

  • Bieber lip-syncs at debut India concert, fans furious

    Mumbai: Indian ‘Beliebers’, who had shelled out thousands of rupees to listen to Justin Bieber, said today they were appalled when they realised that the teen pop sensation was lip-syncing some of his songs at his much awaited concert here.

  • International Nurses Day 2017: History, significance and everything you need to know

    Nurses play a key role in the health care system by unconditionally working on the welfare safety and recovery of patients. They are the unsung heroes who bring a new life into the world, care unconditionally for the sick and injured and unfortunately sometime watch patients pass away whom they nursed lovingly. On International Nurses Day, May 12, let’s acknowledge the hard work, long shift hours and emotional pressure they go through in their

  • Weekend Guide: Mother’s day events, Music and Food

    What: It’s that day of the year we celebrate our biggest strength, Mothers and what better way todo it than a free yoga session to relax and rejuvenate at the beach. ​

  • Big cats face same threats as extinct Ice Age ancestors

    Big cat species, especially African lion and Sunda clouded leopard, face the same challenges as their ancestors that went extinct towards the end of the last Ice Age, a new study says. The researchers believe that if this prey loss trend continued, this would pose a high risk of extinction to these two big cat species in particular. Prey decline puts tiger, leopard and cheetah at risk too, the researchers said.

  • The Rock has his eyes on the Oval office

    Los Angeles: Wrestler-actor Dwayne Johnson says it should not come as a shock to people if he decides to run for the highest office in the US.

  • Virtual reality soon to cheer up sad spouses

    Online virtual support, an effective option for older adults is a technology that allows widows and widowers to interact in real time with mental health professionals

  • As father, as son…

    The dashing duo: Former footballer David Beckham (L) and his son Brooklyn Beckham during the European Premiere of “King Arthur: legend of the Sword” in London. The 42-year-old ex Manchester United midfielder, who has a cameo in the Guy Ritchie film, took to Instagram where he shared behind-the-scenes footage. Beckham captioned the video, “It was a pleasure to work with the @kingarthurmovie team on such an amazing film #KingArthur.”

  • Real $500 gun disguised as smartphone

    Watch out as a gun disguised as a smartphone is likely to hit the US market soon for nearly $500 – an idea that the police find “bad from a safety perspective”. All that one needs to do is press the safety and the gun will be out of concealment, deploying a handle. “It looks like something from James Bond, transforming from the size of your phone to a deadly weapon. But

  • Demi Moore might visit India

    New Delhi: Hollywood actress Demi Moore might come to India to promote Indian-American film “Love Sonia”, says director Tabrez Noorani. The director added that Moore’s role in the David Womark production is small, but she was excited to get on board.

  • Furr Power: How a dog can keep special children active

    Washington: Parents, if you’re looking for the latest in home exercise equipment for your children with disabilities, you may want to consider something with four legs and a wagging tail.

  • Tanya Sharma doesn’t want to act just for money

    Mumbai: Actress Tanya Sharma, who plays Meera in the long-running TV show “Saath Nibhana Saathiya”, says she can’t be part of any show just to earn money.

  • Irrfan is Hollywood-bound again

    Mumbai: Actor Irrfan Khan has been roped in to star in Hollywood film “Puzzle” by New York-based Big Beach Films, known for producing the Oscar winning “Little Miss Sunshine”. He is looking forward to it.

  • 3D-printed ‘bionic skin’ to give robots sense of touch

    Washington: Scientists have developed a 3D printed stretchable electronic fabric that could give robots the ability to feel their environment. This “revolutionary” 3D printing process is a major step forward in printing electronics on real human skin, researchers said.

  • What led the origination of Indian population?

    The Indian population originated from three separate waves of migration from Africa, Iran and Central Asia over a period of 50,000 years, scientists have found using genetic evidence from people alive in the subcontinent today.

  • Amit is Amitabh’s choice

    Actor Amit Sadh won many accolades for his flawless performance in Kai Po Che from the audiences as well as critics. Later the actor did do a slew of films but they failed to make a mark at the box office. While this may act as a deterrent for other actors, Amit was determined and continued to hone his craft. His hard work paid off in last year’s hit, Sultan and now he is back

  • ‘Raabta’ looks damn cool: Varun Dhawan

    Varun Dhawan has praised the upcoming film “Raabta”. Varun took to Twitter, where he shared a few looks of the film, which stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon. “Raabta’ looks damn cool. Directed by my friend Dino (Dinesh Vijan) can’t wait to see his vision on the big screen. Sushant and Kriti are on fire,” he tweeted.

  • Maliaka and Arbaaz ended there 18-year-old marriage and got divorced officially

    It has been official that 18- year-old marriage has ended today , Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan got divorced in Bandra court. It was last November that Malaika and Arbaaz filed for a divorce by mutual consent. Over the last six months, the two actors have been spotted together on numerous occasions. Even yesterday, Malaika and Arbaaz were together along with their son Arhaan at Justin Bieber’s concert at the DY Patil

  • IPL 2017: My best knock in IPL, says Shreyas Iyer

    Kanpur: Delhi Daredevils batsman Shreyas Iyer has rated his highest T20 score of 96 as one of the best innings that he has played over three seasons in the Indian Premier League.