Free Press Journal
  • These famous singers lost the battle of life by succumbing to inner demons

    They sing with their hearts out, their music leaves everybody spellbound; the whole world hums along in unison with hands up in the air when they perform their magical numbers. Behind all the glamour and limelight there lies an untouched darkness. Artists work hard to retain their position, to survive in competition and they run round-the-clock for projects. Gradually stress hounds them and they opt for drugs to calm their nerves. This

  • Best baby monitors in India

    Baby monitors are mainly used for three purposes- sleep time monitoring when baby is in a different room, as nanny cam- to keep an eye on the baby when parents are at work and finally movement monitors who alert the parents when the monitor doesn’t detect a set number of movements in a minute. Nanny cams usually have an accompanying mobile app that allows parents and caretakers to view the feed from

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger birthday special: 5 unconventional films of the action hero

    Has there ever been a more unorthodox American movie star than Arnold Schwarzenegger? With his heavy accent and unreal, barrel-chested physique, the idea that Schwarzenegger was once America’s biggest film star seems surreal. When Schwarzenegger decided to pursue his passion for acting, producers were impressed by his physique but not his mouthful of a last name, so it was as Arnold Strong that he made his film bow in the low-budget spoof Hercules

  • Hi-Tech Parenting

    This new trend is called digital parenting and while - largely unfounded - safety concerns may put some off, it’s on the rise. We’ve sourced a variety of new and soon-to-be-launched models of baby tech and connected baby monitors, rounding up the leading lights of this new wave of tech for parents

  • EC seeks report from Gujarat government on poaching charge

    Ahmedabad : The Election Commission (EC) on Saturday sought a report from the Gujarat government over Congress’ allegation that the BJP was engineering defection of its MLAs ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls in the state, even as the Congress MLAs have been shifted to a resort near Bengaluru to prevent poaching.

  • mumbai, mumbai fyjc admissions 2018, fyjc admissions 2018, fyjc, state education department, fyjc admission process

    30,000 students are still to find a berth in colleges

    Mumbai : More than 30,000 students still haven’t bagged a seat in first year junior college (FYJC) admissions after the third merit list was announced. Few seats but more takers in the arts stream drove up its cut-off for the third time. While commerce cut-offs too were higher in some colleges, those of science came down by 2%-3%.

  • Rs 2,000 notes won’t be scrapped

    New Delhi : With rumours of the Centre planning a withdrawal of the newly introduced Rs 2,000 note doing the rounds, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Kumar Gangwar has said there was no news of its scrapping, adding that Rs 200 note will be in circulation soon.

  • Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is Pak PM till Sharif Jr. becomes MP

    Islamabad : Pakistan’s ruling PML-N party on Saturday named former petroleum minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi as the interim Prime Minister until ousted premier Nawaz Sharif’s younger brother Shehbaz is elected as a Member of Parliament to succeed him as his eventual successor.

  • Sanity-saving apps for new mums

    As a new mommy, you are probably juggling time between looking after your baby, taking a tiny bit out for yourself, and trying to squeeze in some for your chores or office work. Of course, it is not possible to manage everything yourself, and sometimes, a little help can make a big difference! With technology having seeped into almost facets of our life, have you ever thought about using your phone to

  • Swimmer Anton Chupkov breaks own world record

    Budapest : Russian Anton Chupkov broke his own FINA World Championships record in the men’s 200 metres breaststroke on his way to winning the title here. A late acceleration from the 20-year-old Chupkov was enough to break the Japanese domination over the first 150 meters of the race, as he clocked 2:06.96 on Friday, reports Efe.

  • After training spat, Barca pals asking Neymar to stay

    Miami : Barcelona star teammates said Friday they have begged Neymar to resist the temptation of moving to Paris St Germain after a training ground altercation with new signing Nelsen Semedo.

  • Former Valencia goalkeeper Alves set for Flamengo debut

    Rio de Janeiro : Former Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves will make his debut for Flamengo in their away clash against Corinthians on Sunday, according to the Brazilian football club’s coach Ze Ricardo.

  • Delhi’s comeback stuns Jaipur in PKL

    Hyderabad : Dabang Delhi scripted a remarkable comeback to defeat Jaipur Pink Panthers 30-26 in their opening match of the Pro Kabaddi League’s (PKL) fifth edition at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium here on Saturday.