Free Press Journal
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    Photo diary can help you shed those extra kilos

    Melbourne: People who are having difficulty losing weight should consider keeping a photo journal as a new study suggests that taking photo of yourself each week can help you ditch those extra kilos.

  • Samsung launches Gear S2, Classic in India

    New Delhi: Electronic giant Samsung has launched its most awaited Samsung Gear S2, a sleek and smart wearable which enables the users to augment and personalize their mobile experience and lifestyle.

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    Drawing Blood with Ink: The angry art of Molly Crabapple

    Jaipur: An illustrator whose dark, angry and passionate portrayals of the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protests became the visual testament of the movement, Molly Crabapple is one who is known to champion causes of the downtrodden and depict injustices with her defiantly subjective art.

  • Hubble captures cluster of dazzling diamond-like stars

    Washington: The Hubble Space Telescope has captured an image of a glittering star cluster, resembling an opulent diamond tapestry, that contains a collection of some of the brightest stars seen in our Milky Way galaxy.

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    Nawaz Sharif discusses peace efforts with Ghani and Biden

    Davos (Switzerland): Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has held a trilateral meeting with United States Vice President Joe Biden and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and discussed with efforts for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.

  • Air quality worsened after end of odd-even scheme: study

    New Delhi: The first three working days after the end of the odd-even scheme saw rapid worsening of air quality with levels of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) registering a jump of more than 57 per cent on the first working day itself, according to an analysis by a green body.

  • Denise Richard sues Charlie Sheen for betraying her kids

    Washington D.C.: Actress Denise Richard has filed a lawsuit against her ex-hubby actor Charlie Sheen, accusing him of turning his back on a trust he created for their children, 11-year-old Sam and 10-year-old Lola, that promised them a home.

  • At least 19 dead in Somalia Shabab restaurant attack

    Mogadishu: Somalia’s Islamist Shabab militants killed at least 19 people when five gunmen detonated a bomb before storming a popular seaside restaurant in the capital Mogadishu, police said today.

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    Trump, Sanders take solid leads in first primary contests

    Washington: Just ten days before the first critical nominating contests, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead in Iowa while Bernie Sanders has overtaken Hillary Clinton in the Democratic race.

  • Now, enjoy sports in real time on Facebook

    New York: Social networking giant Facebook has launched Sports Stadium — a dedicated place to experience sports in real time with your friends and the world.

  • Oil prices extend gains in Asia on stimulus pledge

    Singapore: Oil prices rose in Asia today after the European Central Bank (ECB) signalled further stimulus measures to help the struggling eurozone economy, but analysts expect oversupply woes to limit gains.

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    BJP creating melodrama on Netaji files: Singhvi

    New Delhi: Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Friday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of creating a melodrama over declassification of Netaji files and said that the government must do what it wants without further ado. Singhvi further asked why the BJP-led government took two years to declassify the files.

  • Celine Dion greets mourners at husband’s wake

    Los Angeles: Singer Celine Dion personally greeted mourners at her husband Rene Angelil’s wake. The 47-year-old “My Heart Will Go On” hitmaker struggled to hold back her tears as she stood by her husband’s open casket inside the Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal, Canada, reported Us magazine.

  • Delhi shivers during season’s coldest day

    New Delhi: The season’s coldest day was reported in Delhi on Friday with the minimum temperature recorded at 4.2 degrees Celsius, three notches below the season’s average.

  • Barack Obama, Angela Merkel discuss refugee crisis

    Washington: US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed over phone the European response to the refugee crisis, the White House said.