Free Press Journal
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    Nitish Kumar, Lalu Prasad Yadav won’s share stage again

    Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD President Lalu Prasad once again would not share the dais at a programme today triggering speculation of a logjam in the coming together of JD(U) and RJD. The two, along with JD(U) President Sharad Yadav and other leaders, were scheduled to be present on the stage on the occasion of a “maharally” of Nishad (fishermen community) to project a united picture ahead of Bihar poll.

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    Saif, Kareena holiday with family in Maldives

    Mumbai: Bollywood star couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan are currently vacationing in Maldives with the actor’s son Ibrahim, sister Soha and her actor husband Kunal Kemmu. The family is on a five-day visit to the island-nation. Soha took to Twitter to share about the family holiday. “Touchdown in the Maldives!” she tweeted alongside a photo of the stars from the airport. Ibrahim, 14, is Saif’s son from his first marriage to actress Amrita Singh.The two

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    Railways to hike AC class fares by 0.5 pc from June 1

    New Delhi: Fares for First Class and AC classes in passenger trains besides freight charges will go up by 0.5 per cent from June 1 as new service tax will come into effect.

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    Chris Brown sometimes hated himself

    Los Angeles: Singer Chris Brown says he “looked in the mirror and hated the person” he saw, but he is now ready to turn over a new leaf. The “Loyal” hit maker was dumped by his long-term girlfriend Karrueche Tran after she discovered he cheated on her and fathered a 12-month-old baby girl Royalty with their mutual friend Nia Guzman. He posted a photograph of himself on Instagram, and shared an insightful

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    Attack on BSNL towers displays separatists’ desperation:Prasad

    New Delhi: Separatists trying to use telecom towers in Jammu and Kashmir indicates their desperation, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today, while asking the state government to ensure the safety of co munications infrastructure.

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    Here’s why you spend spare time on Facebook

    New York: Can’t help skimming through your Facebook timeline even as you take a break from work? You may just be wired to do so as the brain prepares us to be socially connected to other people even when we get some rest, says a new research.

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    Migraine surgery found effective among teens

    Washington: Migraine surgery is effective among selected adolescent patients that don’t respond to standard treatment, a recent study shows. Scientists report good outcomes in an initial experience with migraine surgery in younger patients. Migraine headaches are a common issue among children and adolescents, and have a significant impact on mental and physical health for patients and their families.

  • Prices Of Gold And Silver Rise On Global Cues

    Gold recovers on low-level buying, global cues

    New Delhi: Snapping its four-day falling run, gold prices recovered by Rs 55 to trade at Rs 27,330 per ten grams at the bullion market on revival of buying by jewellers at prevailing lower levels amid a better global trend.

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    Soon, prosthetic hands with a sense of touch

    Washington: Researchers are exploring new approaches to design prosthetic hands capable of providing “sensory feedback”. Providing sense of touch to the artificial hand would lessen the “cognitive burden” of relying solely on vision to initiate and monitor movements. Such artificial limb will provide “tremendous psychological benefits” to patients. “Emerging sensory feedback techniques will provide some sensation and enable more natural, intuitive use of hand prostheses,” said Surgeon Paul S. Cederna from the

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    AR Rahman documentary ‘Jai Ho’ screened at White House

    Washington: “Jai Ho”, a documentary based on music maestro AR Rahman’s life, was screened at the White House. The film, directed by Umesh Aggarwal, traces the journey of the Oscar and Grammy winning music composer’s professional and personal life. It explores the evolution of his style of music-a fusion of Eastern sensibilities and Western technology.

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    RiRi’s doppelganger claims she’s single because of her resemblance

    London : Looking like Rihanna can be a pretty pickle, as claimed by Bianca Guthrie who looks too much like the pop star. The 25-year-old, who reckons her resemblance to the singer has constantly ruined her life, said that she has been stopped on the street more than a 1000 times by autograph and selfie-hunters and it’s driving men away, the Mirror reported.

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    BJP slams Rahul Gandhi for ‘jumping into war without preparation’

    Mumbai: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) accused Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi of directing his party’s youth wing, the NSUI, to stage a protest outside Union Human Resource and Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani’s residence.

  • Cabinet’s nod to coastal shipping between India, Bangladesh

    New Delhi: The government today approved a pact on coastal shipping between India and Bangladesh to facilitate faster and cheaper cargo movement between both the nations. “The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given its approval to the agreement on Coastal Shipping between India and Bangladesh to carry out coastal movement of goods between the two countries,” an official statement said.

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    Latin American nations react to FIFA corruption scandal

    Mexico City: The corruption in FIFA being probed by the United States Department of Justice is “terrible and extremely embarrassing”, Ecuador President Rafael Correa has said.

  • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

    Court grants exemption to Kejriwal in protest case

    New Delhi:A court here on Saturday granted exemption to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal from personal appearance in a case related to protest outside former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit’s residence in December 2012.

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    Beyonce, Jay Z slammed by fans over ‘all white’ team

    London: Popular singers Beyonce and Jay Z were recently criticized on social networking sites for having an ‘all white’ team, when a photo of the couple at their Tidal office in Norway was released. The picture that caused a furious uproar showed the 33-year-old singer and her husband in the middle of a smiling team for the subscription-based music streaming service, reports the Mirror.

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    Barcelona asks fans to respect Spanish national anthem

    Barcelona: Barcelona vice-president Carles Vilarrubi said that his Spanish football club, as an ‘institution’, calls on everyone to “respect formal entities and anthems”, but added that at the same time, fans “cannot be punished” for their behaviour.

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    Vin Diesel shares ‘Fast and Furious 8’ unofficial poster

    Los Angeles: “Fast and Furious” actor Vin Diesel took to Instagram to unveil the unofficial poster of car-racing-themed movie “Fast and Furious 8”. Diesel, 47, hinted that the eighth installment of the
    movie would take place in New York, reported Aceshowbiz “Kurt Russell came in for this movie. But we really hired him because of a story that follows this that takes place in New York,” revealed the actor.
    The new poster he shared features New York City skyline in the

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    Shame Blatter was re-elected FIFA president: Romario

    Rio de Janeiro: Former Brazil striker Romario said football “will continue to be assaulted” following Sepp Blatter’s re-election as FIFA president in Zurich.