Free Press Journal
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    BJP RSS trying to communalise doctors murder Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) of stoking communal passions over the murder of doctor Pankaj Narang.

  • A visual feast

    The motive for dining out varies from the most common ‘celebrating an occasion’ to the usual ‘got bored eating at home’ to ‘trying something new and exotic’ reasons. To elevate your mood by dressing up to dine out, look forward to a get-together of sorts, the idea of not cooking at home which ensues cleaning up – all lead to restaurants for fun, enjoyment and relaxation.

  • Chandrashekhar Rao

    KCR to take up Hyderabad varsity issue with PM

    Hyderabad:Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday announced that he will take up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi the demand for recall of University of Hyderabad Vice Chancellor P. Appa Rao.

  • BJP, PDP alliance beyond govt. formation: Mehbooba

    Srinagar: After meeting Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra to stake a claim to form a new government in the state, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday said that her father, late former chief minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, had forged an alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for a ‘purpose beyond government formation’ and thanked the saffron party for extending unconditional support to her party.

  • The man of my dreams is a woman!

    Mulling over that thought though, are we really a needy breed? Do we really have to fake it to ensure we get enough of the ever dwindling male attention? And my reverie was quickly broken by a series of tut-tuts that came from the other end of the couch, says VANESSA VIEGAS.

  • Gaurav

    Saw modelling as door to acting: Gaurav Arora

    Model-turned-actor Gaurav Arora, who has been signed by the Bhatt camp for upcoming film “Raaz 4”, says that he saw modelling as a step towards the acting world
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    Having walked the ramp for ace designers like Manish Malhotra and other brands, Gaurav shared that he aspired to work in Mumbai with the motive to become an actor.

  • Effigies of Tharoor, Owaisi burnt in Ghaziabad

    Ghaziabad: The traders body in Ghaziabad on Saturday burnt effigies of former union minister Shashi Tharoor and MIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi over their recent remarks.

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    Feel naked without my beard: Ayushmann

    Actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who will be seen sporting a beard in upcoming film “Manmarziyan”, has finally cut it and says he is feeling “naked” without it.

  • Athiya would love to do de-glamourised roles

    ctress Athiya Shetty, who stepped into showbiz with Salman Khan’s production “Hero”, says she is not sceptical about going sans make-up in front of the camera, saying that she “would love to” do de-glamourised roles.

  • Avalanche warning for J&K for next 48 hrs

    Chandigarh: An avalanche warning was issued today for higher areas of Jammu and Kashmir, advising people not to venture in to these areas over the next 48 hours. An advisory was issued by Chandigarh-based Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE), which comes under the Ministry of Defence.

  • “I am a Sex Addict”

    …says Patralekha in the new poster of LOVE GAMES

  • New lightweight, efficient batteries developed

    Beijing: Chinese scientists have developed a light weight, low-cost battery which performs better than lithium ion batteries that currently power smartphones andother portable devices. The new aluminium-graphite dual-ion battery (AGDIB) developed by researcher of the Chinese Academy of Sciences offers significantly reduced weight, volume, and fabrication cost, as well as higher energy density, in comparison with conventional lithium ion batteries (LIB).

  • Parents of preterm babies worry more

    London: Parents of very premature babies are more worried about their grown up children’s lives than those whose babies were born full term, a new study has found. Researchers at University of Warwick in UK and University Hospital Bonn in Germany compared the perception of parents whose children were born very preterm with a control group born at term. They also analysed the opinions of their
    children.

  • When ideas hold the sway

    Literate or not, Indians are getting very innovative realises, RATNADEEP BANERJI.

  • Marijuana users react differently to social exclusion

    New York : The brains of young adult marijuana users react differently to social exclusion than do those of non-users, finds a new study, adding that young adults who regularly use marijuana display altered brain activation patterns during social exclusion. The brains of young adults who smoke marijuana two to four times a week were less likely to react to social exclusion than the brains of non-users.

  • Blood test to predict your risk of developing TB

    New York: An international team of researchers has identified biological markers in the blood that can help doctors predict who is at high risk of developing active tuberculosis (TB). One-third of the world’s population is thought to be infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), the bacterium that causes tuberculosis, but just a small fraction ever develops symptomatic illness.

  • Simply Smile

    A SMILE is God’s own beauty treatment to make you look beautiful, says SUMEET NAIK

  • Iranian Prez pays tribute to achievements of Pak Army

    Islamabad: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is presently on a two-day visit to Islamabad, paid rich tributes to the achievements of the Pakistan Army in Operation Zarb-e-Azb. Rouhani, who is on his first visit to Pakistan as the President, met Army chief General Raheel Sharif yesterday and discussed matters of importance, the military’s media wing Inter-Services Public Relations said.