Free Press Journal
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    Retail inflation for industrial workers jumps to 6.59% in May

    New Delhi: Retail inflation for industrial workers rose to 6.59 per cent in May from 5.86 per cent in the previous month on account of increase in price of food items. “The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW (consumer price index industrial workers) stood at 6.59 per cent for May 2016, as compared to 5.86 per cent for the previous month (April, 2016) and 5.74 per cent during the corresponding month of the

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    Justice Dhingra seeks for six-week time for Robert Vadra report

    New Delhi,: Justice S.N. Dhingra, who has been appointed to probe issues concerning the grant of license(s) for developing commercial colonies by the Department of Town and Country Planning, Haryana to some entities in Gurgaon Sector 83, on Thursday demanded for more time to submit the report.

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    Low cost paper strips may detect malaria, cancers

    Washington: Scientists have developed low cost paper strips that may make detecting diseases such as cancer and malaria as easy as testing blood sugar or taking a home pregnancy test, says PTI. According to Abraham Badu-Tawiah from The Ohio State University in the US, people could apply a drop of blood to the paper at home and mail it to a laboratory on a regular basis – and see a doctor only

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    It’s a wrap for Anushka’s home production, Phillauri

    Fox Star Studios and Anushka Sharma’s home production, PHILLAURI, has wrapped up its shoot. Shot extensively in the picturesque and colorful state of Punjab, the film stars Diljit Dosanjh, Suraj Sharma, Mehreen Pirzada and Anushka Sharma. The shoot had begun on Baisakhi earlier this year.

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    Canned food exposes you to hormone-disrupting chemical

    Los Angeles: Consuming canned food may expose people to a chemical which is linked to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other health effects, a new study has claimed, according to PTI. The study highlights the challenges consumers face in trying to limit their exposure to the hormone-disrupting chemical Bisphenol A (BPA), a compound used to make, among other things, resins that coat the inside of food cans and jar lids, researchers said. Different

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    Madhuri Dixit breaks down on a reality show

    Bollywood’s dancing diva Madhuri Dixit Nene got emotional and broke down after seeing a performance revolving around Parkinson’s disease on the sets of TV show “So You Think You Can Dance ‘Ab India ki Baari'”.

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    I prefer privacy in my personal life: Siddharth Malhotra

    Bollywood gossip mills are always abuzz with rumours of his relationship with Alia Bhatt, but Sidharth Malhotra has always chosen to keep mum. The actor says he prefers to be guarded about his personal life and lets his work do the talking.

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    Newest shade of blue set to make world a better place

    London: To err is human and, in some cases, it has led to great things like penicillin and chocolate chip cookies. Recently, history repeated itself when a researcher stumbled upon the newest shade of blue, reports ANI.

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    Varun Dhawan’s seceret talent…

    Son of a filmmaker and brother to a director too, Varun Dhawan is able to read the workings of the industry and audience tastes with considerable accuracy. A believer in the view that the current times are the best period to make different films, he points out that such films need to be made on the correct budget. Films overshooting their budgets are a surefire guarantee to them failing. Budget aside, it’s

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    Mumbai-born scientist’s solution for city’s garbage woes

    Mumbai: Mumbai-born scientist Professor Veena Sahajwalla’s technology to convert old rubber tyres to metal alloys may be the answer to the city’s landfill troubles, say experts. The Polymer Injection Technology makes use of old car tyres and plastics to provide a source of carbon to replace a significant proportion of the non-renewable coke used to make steel in electric arc furnaces.

  • Testosterone therapy boost sexual drive in elderly men

    New York: For older men who are facing lower sexual drive, erectile dysfunction and sperm production, undergoing testosterone therapy can prove to be beneficial, new research says, according to IANS. Testosterone is a key male sex hormone involved in maintaining the sex urge.

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    Salman Khan’s version of ‘Sultan’ title track out

    Mumbai: After rendering romantic track “Jag Ghoomeya” in “Sultan”, superstar Salman Khan gave a special treat to his fans by releasing the title track of his forthcoming film in his voice.

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    Facebook news feed changes put friends ahead of media

    New York: Facebook has made changes in news feed ranking to ensure you do not miss updates from families and friends amid the flood of information on the social media platform of over a billion users, reports IANS.

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    AirAsia India’s aircraft dedicated to ‘Kabali’

    Bengaluru: AirAsia India, as the official airline partner for “Kabali”, has unveiled its all new rebranded aircraft, with a livery dedicated to Rajinikanth-starrer.

  • Two year IB trail helped NIA bust IS suspects

    New Delhi: A two-year Intelligence Bureau trail helped the NIA to bust Islamic State sympathizers planning to carry out terror attacks in Hyderabad, official sources said on Thursday.

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    ED quizzes Ex-Goa CM Digambar Kamat in Louis Berger bribery scam

    Panaji: The Enforcement Directorate today quizzed former Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat here in connection with the Louis Berger bribery scam. “He was questioned about the noting on the file by him in his capacity as a Chief Minister of the state. Several questions related to the inquiry were asked from him,” a senior ED official said on condition of anonymity.

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    Pollution, stupidity, greed biggest threats to mankind: Hawking

    London: Environmental pollution, human greed and stupidity remain the biggest threats to mankind globally, famed British physicist Stephen Hawking has warned. Outlining the biggest dangers for humanity today, Hawking, 74, also lamented the population growth and said that people should be more careful. “We are in danger of destroying ourself by our greed and stupidity,” Hawking replied to what he thought were the biggest dangers for the mankind.

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    India, Pakistan must work to better ties: Daily

    Islamabad: Pakistan-India relations are too important for either side to scuttle the aspirations for peace by the people in both the countries, a leading Pakistani newspaper said on Thursday. The Dawn said in an editorial that “the emerging and familiar trend” in the bilateral relationship needed to be fought. The editorial came amid a definite slide in India-Pakistan relations in recent months.