Free Press Journal
  • Manchester bombing: 8 held in UK, threat level still critical

    London: British Prime Minister Theresa May today confirmed that a total of eight men were in custody in the UK in connection with the deadly suicide bombing at a pop concert this week and asserted that the threat level in the country will remain at “critical”.

  • Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple to be adapted into TV series

    Los Angeles: British novelist Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple stories will be adapted into South Korean television series. South Korea’s Good Production Co. has signed a deal with Agatha Christie Ltd (ACL) to bring the writer’s classic character, Jane Marple, to the small screen which will be titled as ‘Miss Ma’, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 16-episode miniseries will be directed by Yun Ho Yang from a script penned by Jin Woo

  • Hasan Zaidi’s special moment

    Actor Hasan Zaidi known for his roles in serials like Kumkum and is now gearing up for his new film Sargoshiyaan. The first screening of the movie was held in Kashmir and was attended by former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Farooq Abdullah. Hasan was ecstatic to meet the politician and believes it was a special moment for him. “Farooq Abdullah attended my movie’s screening and when he hugged me, it was very special

  • In an age of smartphone, Pine still uses a flip phone

    Actor Chris Pine says he still uses an old “flip phone” instead of a latest high-tech gadget.The 36-year-old feels the decreased amount of connectivity he has goes hand in hand with a “decrease in anxiety”, reports

  • Miley Cyrus dedicates song to Ariana Grande

    Singer Miley Cyrus dedicated her performance on TV show “The Voice” to singer Ariana Grande and the victims of the suspected terrorist attack after Grandes gig at Manchester Arena.The attack took place on Monday.

  • All credit to my team for making me look good, says Sonam Kapoor

    Bollywood actress and fashionista Sonam Kapoor, who stepped out in style at the Cannes red carpet earlier this week, says she does not take any credit for the way she looks. She says her genes, fashion designers, make-up artists and the photographers are to be thanked.

  • Why flamingos stand on one leg decoded

    Washington: It is easier for flamingos to stand on one leg than on two, as this signature pose helps them save energy, say scientists who have solved longstanding puzzle of why these birds perch on a single limb. Researchers showed that flamingos employ no active muscular effort when they are on one leg. A passive mechanism is engaged in the one-legged position, allowing flamingos to stand even while taking a nap.

  • Cassini snaps images of giant storm eruptions on Saturn

    Reaching the solstice, and observing seasonal changes in the Saturn system along the way, was a primary goal of Cassini’s Solstice Mission – the second extended mission of the spacecraft.

  • Sometimes, it’s good to be bad!

    Washington: Can making people feel bad really help them? Yes, according to a recent study.

  • How accurate is your fitness tracker?

    New York: Your fitness tracker may accurately measure the heart rate but may misguide you on the number of calories you burnt, researchers say. A team of researchers from the Stanford University in California evaluated the Apple Watch, Basis Peak, Fitbit Surge, Microsoft Band, Mio Alpha 2, PulseOn and the Samsung Gear S2.