Free Press Journal
  • Sule creates flutter with ‘sarees talk in Parliament’ remarks

    Mumbai: NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s daughter and Lok Sabha MP Supriya Sule has created a flutter by say ng that Parliamentarians gossip among themselves and discuss matters like sarees when caught up in lengthy debates in the House. As she came und r attack for her remarks, Sule today claimed that she was misquoted. At an event organised by the Nashik-based Fravashi International Academy yesterday, Sule had said that people think that MPs

  • MERS Virus

    Mutation detected in South Korean MERS virus

    Seoul: The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus that spread through South Korea last year underwent a mutation that could have affected its ability to infect people and the fatality rate, the government said on Friday.

  • Extensive search operation on in Gurdaspur

    Gurdaspur:Extensive search operations are underway near Pandher village here for the third day today after locals claimed that two men in army fatigues were moving in a suspicious manner.

  • Workers hired by Priyanka Chopra’s production house allege non payment

    While on one hand, the gorgeous Priyanka Chopra was on cloud nine after receiving the prestigious ‘People’s Choice Award’, on the other, not all was well with her production company. Purple Pebble Pictures has found itself in a tight spot with the members of the Film Studios Setting and Allied Mazdoor Union alleging non-payment of dues for services rendered during an ad shoot.

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    DA case: SC to commence hearing against Jaya’s acquittal on Feb 2

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today decided to commence final hearing from February 2 on various appeals including the one filed by Karnataka against acquittal of AIADMK Chief and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and others in the disproportionate assets case. “We will start the hearing from February 2 and will hear the matter on February 3 and 4 as well,” a bench comprising justices P C Ghose and Amitava Roy said.

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    Amitabh Bachchan injures his rib cage during the shoot of Te3N

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan may be 73 years but that has never come in the way of his hard work. Even amidst several mishaps, this veteran star has always managed to overlook these difficulties and have continued with his shoot. Recently, the actor suffered a minor setback during the shooting of Sujoy Ghosh’s Te3N in Kolkata as he injured his rib cage.

  • Study provides model to improve visual perception in robots

    London: Specially-designed tiny 3D glasses for mantises have proved that the praying insects use 3D vision and thus provided a new model to improve visual perception in robots, according to a study involving an Indian-origin scientist.

  • Odd-Even scheme proves that AAP can govern: Kejriwal

    Kolkata: Hailing Delhiites for contributing in the successful implementation of the odd-even scheme in the national capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said it has proved that AAP can “govern” and provide leadership to the people. Kejriwal said if there is proper leadership, the people of the country can do wonders.

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    Pak’s strong democratic govt imp for strengthning ties: Nitish

    Patna: Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surprise visit to Lahore last month, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday said the democratically elected government in Islamabad must become stronger for resolving ties between the two Asian neighbours.

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    Gayle’s behaviour fairly expected: Watson

    Melbourne: Veteran Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has said he was not surprised by Chris Gayle’s behaviour, adding that the controversial remarks made by the Jamaican during an interview with a female presenter were “fairly expected”.

  • Having more kids may slow down ageing: study

    Toronto: Women who have more kids may age slowly, suggests a new study that found the number of children born to a woman influences the rate at which her body ages.

  • Discover the ‘Coffee States’ of India

    It is a ravishing beverage that has invaded our lives and made its spot, such that cannot be replaced. Louisa May Alcott quoted in her famous book ‘Little Women’- “I’d rather take coffee than compliments just now.” A hot or cold cuppa of freshly brewed coffee is a perfect excuse to escape in solitude, go on a date or simply catch up with friends.

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    Chidambaram pitches for setting of National Counter Terrorism Centre

    New Delhi: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram today pitched for setting up of National Counter Terrorism Centre in wake of the Pathankot terror attack and voiced disappointment over the manner in which the counter-terror system responded to the incident.

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    Pak-Afghan to synchronise polio campaigns

    Islamabad : Polio has remained endemic in Afghanistan and Pakistan and to mitigate a further outbreak, the two nations will cooperate to promote their polio campaigns.

  • Pak to extend support to S.Arabia on counter-terrorism

    Islamabad : Pakistan has assured Saudi Arabia of support after the diplomatic tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia escalated in response to an arson attack on Saudi embassy in Tehran.