Free Press Journal
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    Salman, Anushka’s Punjab outing for ‘Sultan’

    Salman Khan’s Sultan has been making waves ever since it went on floors. Also, the pictures of Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma on the sets have been a huge cause for excitement about the film. Like me, I am sure you all are eagerly awaiting any further developments regarding the film.

  • Playing Dhoni was a ‘challenge’ for Sushant

    Actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who will be seen portraying Mahendra Singh Dhoni in his upcoming biopic “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story”, says it was a “challenge” for him to play the Indian cricket captain as there was a “huge responsibility” on his shoulders.

  • Bipasha, Karan to marry on April 30?

    Just a few days ago, the couple was spotted at a suburban spa and we spotted a giant rock on Bips’ finger. We speculated that the two have already got engaged to which Bipasha took to Twitter clarify that she will talk about her personal life when she wants to. She had written, “Wait for me 2announce my wedding when I want to n if I want to.Please stop treating it frivolously.”

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    Sanjay Dutt to get his passport back

    Mumbai – Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt’s application for return of his passport was today allowed by special TADA court here.

  • Will end fast if AFSPA repealed, Sharmila tells court

    New Delhi: Rights activist Irom Sharmila, who has been on a fast unto death since November 4, 2000 demanding repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, on Tuesday assured a court in Delhi that she shall call off the fast if the Act is repealed.

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    Seek CBI probe into Narada sting for truth: Amit Shah to Mamata

    Kolkata – Virtually throwing a challenge to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday said she should seek a CBI inquiry into the Narada sting operation to let the truth come out “within 36 hours”.

  • West Indies focusing on team India, not just Kohli: Gayle

    Mumbai: West Indies’ swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle on Tuesday praised Virat Kohli for his sublime form but stressed his team will not focus only on the right-hand batsman but the entire opposition team. Hosts India will play against the West Indies in the second World Twenty20 semi-final clash at the Wankhede stadium here on March 31. Kohli led the way with a sublime 82 runs off 51 balls to steer India to

  • Pakistan coach Waqar offers resignation for World T20 flop show

    Lahore: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis on Tuesday begged forgiveness and offered to resign after the country’s flop show in the ongoing World T20 cricket tournament.  Pakistan failed to qualify for the semi-finals of the marquee tournament, losing three successive group phase matches. Adding insult to injury was a bruising six-wicket defeat to arch-rivals India that drew fierce criticism of the under-performing players and the team management.

  • Decoded: Sustained eruptions on Saturn’s icy moon

    Washington: Scientists, using a computer model, have unravelled the mystery behind the sustained eruptions on Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus, which serves as a leading candidate for extraterrestrial life. The Cassini spacecraft has observed geysers erupting on Enceladus since 2005, but the process that drives and sustains these eruptions has remained a mystery.

  • BoI to get Rs 1,150-cr capital infusion from govt

    New Delhi: State-run Bank of India (BoI) today said the government has approved a capital infusion of Rs 1,150 crore in lieu of preferential allotment of shares. “The government of India has conveyed their approval to infuse capital funds to the tune of Rs 1,150 crore in the bank by way of preferential allotment of equity shares in favour of government of India,” BoI said in a statement.

  • Babies in UK addicted to junk food even before toothing

    London: Young mothers in the UK are getting babies as young as five months old hooked on junk food even before they learn to chew, scientists, led by an Indian-origin researcher, have found. Researchers followed the diets of children aged 12 to 18 months in a two-year study of 1,250 babies who were born in the UK.

  • Pune college row: Student wings demand ouster of principal

    Pune: Student wings affiliated to Congress, NCP and various other political outfits today demanded the ouster of Fergusson College Principal over a letter written to city police seeking action against group of students for purportedly raising anti-national slogans during an event here.

  • Giant postcard in China sets world record

    Beijing: A giant postcard created by local authorities and students in China’s eastern Shandong Province today earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. Stretching over 1,394 metres, the postcard is a composite of 10,000 regular-sized postcards about the provincial capital Jinan, all filled out by students from the High School Attached to Shandong Normal University and the School of International Education and Exchange of University of Jinan.

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    EgyptAir hijack drama ends, hijacker arrested

    Cairo/Nicosia – An Egyptian man who hijacked an EgyptAir flight to Cyprus was arrested on Tuesday after hours of negotiations during which most passengers were freed and the last of the seven on board escaped.

  • New nanodrug tracks cancer treatment effectiveness in real time

    New York: Using a nanoparticle that delivers a drug and then glows green when cancer cells begin dying, Indian origin researchers have found a way to detect the effectiveness of cancer treatment much sooner than currently available clinical methods. Being able to detect early on whether a cancer therapy is working for a patient can influence the course of treatment and improve outcomes and quality of life.