Free Press Journal
  • Improving cancer detection with help of body noise

    Washington: According to a recent research, body’s own ‘seismic noise’ can help improve the cancer detection. Elastography, sometimes referred as seismology of the human body, is an emerging technology used to enhance medical ultrasound imaging. It does this by measuring the elasticity of biological tissue to diagnose cancer or liver and thyroid disease more accurately and at the earliest stages.

  • Mumbai: Rewa Royal in legal battle with builder over Warden Road mansion

    Madhya Pradesh MLA Pushpraj Singh, son of Martand Singh, the last king of Rewa, has locked horns with a Mumbai-based builder Chandrashekhar Hingarh in a legal battle. Pushpraj Singh has alleged that the builder Chandrashekhar Hingarh, and another claimant Krishna Pimple, have tricked his mother in the signing the property-related papers.

  • Boat capsizes in Colombia: Nine dead, 21 injured, more than 30 missing

    Bogota: The death toll in the incident in which a boat carrying as many as 150 tourists capsized in a reservoir near Medellin, Colombia on Sunday, has risen to nine. Nine people have died, and more than 30 are missing, according to authorities in Antioquia, where the incident took place, CNN reports.

  • Will make India of your dreams: PM Narendra Modi tells Indian diaspora in United States

    Washington D.C. (USA): Asserting that positive environment has enveloped India under his regime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the Indian Diaspora in the United States assured that he will fulfill all their dreams they have for their motherland. Prime Minister Modi further said that under his regime no cases of corruption have been reported against the government at the Centre.

  • Haryana girl Manushi is Femina Miss India World 2017

    Mumbai: The 54th Femina Miss India World 2017 winner is Manushi Chhillar from Haryana, while the first runner-up is Sana Dua from Jammu and Kashmir and the second runner-up is Priyanka Kumari from Bihar.

  • White House forgoes Ramadan dinner for first time in two decades

    Washington D.C. : The White House did not host an Iftar dinner to commemorate Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, for the first time in nearly two decades. United States President Donald Trump and first lady Melania released a statement on Saturday wishing “warm greetings” to those celebrating Eid al-Fitr.

  • Bharatiya Janata Party backs PM Modi’s Emergency remark

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday backed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Emergency remark saying that the young generation must recall and remember the dark chapter in the electoral history.

  • Kohli showers praise on Rahane as India wins second ODI against WI

    Port of Spain : As a century partnership for the opening wicket between Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan drove India to an astounding win of the Indian Cricket Team over West Indies in the second ODI here at the Queen’s Park Oval on Sunday, skipper Virat Kohli showered praise on the former, citing he gives Team India the leverage of adding an extra bowler in the side.

  • 34 killed in China floods, 93 missing in landslide

    Beijing: At least 34 people have been killed in floods triggered by incessant rains while another 93 remained missing following a massive landslide in southwest China that have forced authorities to relocate over 4.50 lakh people.

  • Even at 2 am, Swaraj helps Indians tweeting for help: Narendra Modi

    Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today heaped praise on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, saying she and her ministry have set an example of effectively using social media to deliver good governance and help Indians in distress in any corner of the world.

  • Adil Hussain: Renaissance Man!

    Adil Hussain is perhaps one of the most underrated actors, with two national awards under his belt now, here’s hoping there is no stopping him anymore, says Shubarna Mukerji Shu

  • BMC turns Mumbai into dumping ground, no solution in sight

    Mumbai: The growing metropolis, Mumbai, has an ever-increasing population and as a result the garbage that is dumped invariably multiplies. The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has failed miserably to come up with working solutions to address the glaring issue of dumping waste. The BMC is yet to even make segregation of garbage compulsory.

  • NMC building retaining walls in Nandini river against NEERI’s recommendations

    Nashik: The Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) is building a retaining wall in the Nandini river, a tributary of the Godavari River in Nashik against the recommendations of National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), the premier environment agency in India.

  • Mumbai: Police register FIR against six officials for Byculla jail murder

    Mumbai: Nagpada police station has registered a First Information Report (FIR) on Sunday for murder of Manjula Govind Shete (40), a convict of Byculla jail within the jail premises. Shete was thrashed by Byculla jail staff on Friday evening.