Free Press Journal
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    Deepika, Ranbir look adorable in ‘Tamasha’ poster 

    Mumbai: Ranbeer Kapoor and Deepika Padukone have shared a sizzling on-screen chemistry in all the films they have done together. And now, the poster of Imtiaz Ali’s “Tamasha” shows the adorable duo laughing as they walk along with their arms coiled around each other. The poster oozed with great chemistry, cuteness and romance. Various characters from mythology and romantic stories can be seen in the background of the poster, which bears the tagline:

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    Iran’s Hassan Rouhani reassures Americans over death chant

    Washington: Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has tried to reassure a skeptical American public that when crowds in Tehran chant “Death to America!” they don’t mean it personally. In an interview with the CBS show “60 Minutes” to be broadcast Sunday in the United States, the Iranian president said the famous Friday ritual is a reaction to previous Washington policy decisions that hurt Iran.

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    Centre needs to tread cautiously on Netaji files: Naidu

    Hyderabad: The Centre will take a decision on declassification of files related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose only after studying its impact on India’s relations ith other countries, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said here today. “The West Bengal government has made public certain confidential files related to Netaji. It is good… it needs to be studied what is there in those files before the Centre takes such a decision, its impact on

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    NIA announces reward to catch Delhi Police’s ‘source’

    New Delhi: The NIA today announced a cash reward of Rs two lakh for information leading to arrest of Sabir Khan Pathan, whom Delhi Police had projected as an accomplice of Liyakat Shah but turned out to be a possible “source” of its elite anti-terror force Special Cell.

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    ‘Indian govt, firms need to set pace of N-deal implementation’

    Washington: Nearly nine months after the “breakthrough understanding” on India-US civil nuclear deal was achieved, a top Indian-American official has said that now it is up to Indian government entities and private companies to set the pace for the historic agreement’s implementation. “What remains is the commercial negotiations on what is the business proposition that companies can move forward on. And that is going to move forward on its own pace,” Assistant Secretary

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    Bullet-riddled body of Hizbul militant found

    Srinagar: Bullet-riddled body of a Hizbul Mujahideen militant was found in a jungle today in north Kashmir, with police suspecting the hand of break-away Hizb faction Lashkar-e-Islam (LeI). “A body was recovered in a jungle in Devbug Tangmarg in Baramulla district. The body has been identified as that of HM militant Fayaz Ahmad Bhat,” police said.

  • Have done no wrong, am victim of conspiracy: Guv

    BHOPAL : Attributing allegations of his involvement in the Vyapam scam to a conspiracy, Governor Ramnaresh Yadav said here on Saturday that the efforts to tarnish his image would not succeed and that judiciary would do justice to him. “I am 88 and I have occupied many positions. Never in my life have I been charged with any wrong-doing”, he said, while carefully refraining from uttering the word ‘Vyapam’

  • Junior docs strike work; patient dies at Hamidia

    BHOPAL : A patient brought to Hamidia Hospital in a critical condition died on Friday died during the ongoing protest of the junior doctors.

  • 15 sand-laden trucks seized in night-long operation

    BHOPAL : The district administration – on Thursday night – seized 15 sand-laden trucks near Aashima Mall under Misrod police station on Friday. The drivers of ten of them could not show the slips of royalty payment during the checking. National Green Tribunal (NGT) has imposed a ban on mining of sand, which will continue till October 31.

  • Find out whether Kasawa is dead or alive: CM

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, while reviewing the relief work at Mantralaya for explosion affected families in Petlawad on Friday, instructed the ascertain whether the prime accused Rajendra Kasawa is alive or dead and if alive, ensure his arrest as soon as possible.

  • Gang of hi-tech vehicle-lifters busted; 10 cars, gadgets worth Rs 1cr seized

    BHOPAL : The Koh-E-Fiza police, on Saturday, busted a gang of inter-state vehicle lifters on Friday, who were inspired by Hollywood movies like ‘Gone in Sixty Seconds’ and ‘Fast and Furious’ and used to commit incidents in the similar way.

  • Three labourers get stuck on 80-foot-high tower, rescued

    BHOPAL : Chaos prevailed in the Maida Mill area within the limits of MP Nagar police station when the news that three labourers were stuck on a Reliance Jio’s 4G tower in front of RBI Office on Hoshangabad Road spread in the area. However all the labourers were rescued and they sustained minor injuries in the incident.

  • HC says a rape victim’s reliable statement is enough proof

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has upheld the conviction of a 23-year-old man for raping a minor while observing that if the statement of a rape victim is trustworthy and reliable, further corroboration is not needed.

  • CR ladies coaches to get CCTV cameras

    Mumbai : To enhance the security for women commuters, the Central Railway (CR) is all set to install 50 CCTV cameras in the ladies coaches of its trains.

  • Petlawad explosions: HC rejects plea for CBI probe

    Indore : The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday turned down a demand for a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the Petlawad incident stating there is no need for it.

  • Special task force ups ­­­­octroi revenue by Rs 2.5 cr a day

    Mumbai : The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has set up a special task force to nab octroi evaders and crack down on their nexus with workers manning checkpoints. Besides, teams have been appointed to keep a vigil on routes that can be used to take a detour and skip the checkposts to enter the city.

  • Mumbai bids goodbye to 12,000 idols

    Mumbai : More than 12,700 Ganesh idols were immersed in the city on Friday, with Mumbaiites bringing home the Lord for a day and a half bidding goodbye to their idols. With the splendour of colour, music and chants of ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’, 12,695 domestic and 11 community idols were immersed in the city.