Free Press Journal
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    Walnuts have 21 per cent fewer calories: USDA

    Washington: In a significant find for the calorie-conscious, researchers today said walnuts have 21 per cent fewer calories than what is currently assigned by US government to the ‘king of nuts’.

  • Dad’s diet key to wellbeing of offspring

    Melbourne: The kind of food your father relished may have a direct impact on your health and overall wellbeing, according to new research.

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    India being sidelined in Paris Climate Summit: Congress

    New Delhi : The Congress Party on Wednesday said that India was being sidelined in the ongoing climate negotiations in the Paris Climate Summit, and added that the ruling dispensation at the Centre should step up and protect the country’s interest else the entire developmental trajectory could be frozen.

  • PM meets top ministers, discusses aid for rain-ravaged Tamil Nadu

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday met senior cabinet ministers, including Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj and Venkaiah Naidu and reportedly discussed emergency measures to be taken to assist the government in rain-ravaged Tamil Nadu, and especially help the people of Chennai, which has been the recipient of heavy rains over the last week.

  • Pramod Tiwari

    Dedication to Modi Govt. doesn’t amount to patriotism: Congress

    New Delhi : Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government for curbing ‘freedom of speech and expression’ in the country, the Congress today lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for attacking those who did not agree or were not in tandem with the Centre.

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    I cant be there just as an eye-candy or a showpiece – Zarine Khan on choosing Hate Story 3

    Just a couple of days remain for the release of Hate Story 3 and for Zarine Khan; it is going to be a big moment indeed. For someone who started off with a biggie Veer, had a superhit to her name in Housefull 2, enjoyed a chartbuster item number with Salman Khan in ‘Character Dheela‘ and then scored well in Punjabi films too opposite the local star Gippy Grewal [Jatt James

  • Airports

    Rain fury: Airport shut, Army assisting in rescue operations

    Chennai: Rain-ravaged Chennai was today crawling with air and road traffic severely hit as Army, Navy and NDRF teams stepped up rescue operations in worst-hit localities of the city that is also witnessing power outages.

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    Amar Singh patches up Sridevi and Jaya Prada

    Arch-enemies for 30 years Southern divas Sridevi and Jaya Prada have finally declared truce. On Sunday Sridevi, along with her husband Boney Kapoor attended Jaya Prada’s son Siddharth’s wedding reception in Hyderabad.

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    Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Ayush Sharma to assist in Sultan

    Earlier we had star-kids being launched and given repeated opportunities to prove themselves. Now it seems even those married into powerful film families can hope to get a shot at stardom. Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Ayush Sharma who belongs to an influential political family will soon be launched as a leading man.

  • Two cops injured in landmine blast

    Raipur: Two police jawans were today injured in a landmine blast triggered by Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Kanker district, as the rebels struck on the first day of the Peoples’ Liberation Guerrilla Army week being observed by CPI (Maoist).

  • Chennai flood: CPI asks Centre to extend adequate financial support

    New Delhi : The Communist Party of India (CPI) on Wednesday urged the Centre to extend adequate financial support to the rain-hit Tamil Nadu, and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the rain-hit Chennai and the affected districts.

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    Pakistan hangs 4 Peshawar school attack terrorists

    Karachi : Pakistan has hanged four terrorists who were involved in Peshawar’s Army Public School attack that killed 144 people on December 16 last year.

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    Paris Climate Talks: Trouble For The World—And India

    The world has used up two-thirds of its carbon space for a 2-degrees-Celsius temperature rise, consumed 35% of known fossil-fuel reserves and cut a third of global forests. These are the numbers climate negotiators from 190 countries must struggle with between November 30 and December 11, 2015, in Paris, if the world is to limit global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures, a level that, scientists say, is a red