Free Press Journal
  • People can tell when you fake laugh at their jokes

    Los Angeles: People can catch a ‘fake laugh’, according to a new study which found that listeners seem to pay attention to certain acoustic features of genuine laughter that are really hard to feign.

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    BJP to stage protest at EC headquarters tomorrow

    New Delhi: BJP will stage a protest outside the Election Commission headquarters here tomorrow against denial of permission to a rally to be addressed by Narendra Modi in Varanasi.

  • Modi’s Varanasi rally spiked, BJP on warpath

    Varanasi/New Delhi: The BJP Wednesday declared war on the Election Commission after it denied permission to its prime ministerial aspirant Narendra Modi to hold rallies and another event Thursday in Varanasi where he is contesting his second Lok Sabha seat.

  • 82 per cent polling recorded in West Bengal

    Kolkata: Nearly 82 per cent voter turnout was recorded in six Lok Sabha seats which went to the polls in the fourth leg of the five-phase elections in West Bengal today.

  • Voting goes off peacefully in Allahabad and Phulpur

    Allahabad: Voting went off peacefully in the twin Lok Sabha constituencies of Allahabad and Phulpur today, though there were some complaints of electoral malpractices and discrepancies in the electoral roll at some places.

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    Declare me PM candidate if Modi is truly secular: Azam Khan

    Siddarth Nagar: Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan today took a dig at BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s attempts to play the secular card, saying if Modi was truly secular, he (Azam) should be named the prime ministerial candidate.

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    Congress defends Priyanka on casteism charges

    New Delhi: The Congress Wednesday defended Priyanka Gandhi Vadra against accusations by BJP leader Narendra Modi that she made casteist remarks and distanced itself from the CBI’s decision to exonerate his aide Amit Shah in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case.

  • SC unblocks nursery admissions in Delhi

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday revoked suspension of nursery admissions, and said the children of parents who have moved the court for admission under inter-state quota, would be admitted to the schools were they have applied.

  • Gambhir fifty powers KKR to 8-wicket win over Daredevils

    New Delhi: Skipper Gautam Gambhir stroked his way to a fantastic 69 to steer Kolkata Knight Riders to a comfortable eight-wicket victory over a hapless Delhi Daredevils at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground today.

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    New airline AirAsia India granted flying licence by DGCA

    New Delhi: After a long wait and legal hurdles, new airline AirAsia India was today granted the flying licence by aviation regulator DGCA, subject to the final outcome of cases opposing grant of the permit in the Delhi High Court.

  • Vodafone serves arbitration notice; Govt to drop peace offer

    New Delhi: In a fresh development, Vodafone has served an arbitration notice to India over the Rs 20,000 crore tax dispute, prompting the government to seek withdrawal of the conciliation offer made to the British telecom firm for an amicable settlement of the tax row.

  • Super Kings opt to field against Kings XI

    Cuttack: Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to field against Kings XI Punjab in an Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter at the Barabati Stadium here Wednesday.

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    Report praising Gujarat not a DIPP study: Sharma

    New Delhi: An embarrassed Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma today sought to distance his ministry from the report which has praised Gujarat’s land acquisition model saying “it was a private study”.

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    Cong mulling options to keep Modi out

    New Delhi: With the result day nearing after a tough electoral battle, Congress is floating the idea of an “enlarged” UPA-III taking on board new allies and keeping open the issue of leadership to stop Narendra Modi.

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    Maha government bodies slammed for anti-Dalit violence

    Mumbai: Criticising the Maharashtra government’s home, law and judiciary as well as rural development departments for lack of co-ordination, Maharashtra EGS minister Nitin Raut said here today that there has been an increase in atrocities against Dalits in the state.

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