Free Press Journal
  • Saradha scam: SC declines to entertain plea of ex-Union Min

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to entertain the bail plea of former Union Minister Matang Sinh, arrested in connection with the multi-crore rupee Saradha chit fund scam case, and asked him to approach Calcutta High Court.

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    No more Talaq Talaq Talaq: Women’s group

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA) on Monday said it will use the holy month of Ramadan to step up its campaign to ban triple talaq and “nikah halala”

  • Minor girl raped in Delhi

    New Delhi: A 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a teenager here, police said on Monday.

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    Back to Bedlam! Ram Gopal Verma

    “I am planning SARKAR 3, and I am doing a film with Vivek Oberoi which is about a gangster,” says Ram Gopal Verma, who is elated about bringing Veerappan back to life with his film. Pratishtha Malhotra digs deeper to discover how the filmmaker was born again!

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    People feel thrillers don’t have repeat value: Sujoy Ghosh

    Filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh, who is busy promoting his forthcoming film “Te3n”, says many people feel that thrillers don’t have a repeat value. While Bollywood is mostly known for making romantic films, Ghosh said there is a “misconception” regarding thrillers.

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    An app to help you learn how the stock market works

    Kochi: Aiming to invest in the stock market but unsure of how it works? Learn from this app. Hedge Equities, one of the leading financial services company based here, has launched the mobile game app ‘TORO e ORSO’ (Italian for bull and bear) after success of the earlier board game, which was well received among the youth and prompted them to go forward with this to make simple the learning the basics of

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    Connect to nature for ‘healthy urban living’

    Washington D.C :The world is in the midst of the largest wave of urban growth in history and the society is tuned to the pulse of the city now at a cost. But as per a recent study, finding connections to nature in cities can help us live healthily, reports ANI.

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    To curb India’s population growth, more babies should live

    From 1.2 billion people in 2011, India is on course to become the world’s most populous country with 1.6 billion by 2050. If India has to curb its population growth, a higher survival rate for its children is an important factor, our analysis of government data indicates.

  • France creates emergency fund for people affected by floods

    Paris: Prime Minister Manuel Valls says France will set up an emergency fund to help people who lost everything after the worst floods in three decades caused the Seine River to burst its banks. Valls said after a government meeting that “return to normality will take time” and that “solidarity is called for.” He said the fund will be credited with “several tens of thousands euros” (dollars) to provide quick help

  • Seek bail cancellation if Asaram aides threatening witnesses: SC

    New Delhi:The Supreme Court on Monday asked Rajasthan that if there was any threat to witnesses by three aides of spiritual guru Asaram Bapu – facing trial for allegedly sexually assaulting a 16 year-old-girl at his Jodhpur ashram – and also material supporting it, then it should move the high court seeking cancellation of their bail.

  • Mamata, Nitish grew in strength due to our support: Bharti

    New Delhi: Regional satraps like Mamata Banerjee and Nitish Kumar emerged on the political firmament with BJP and RSS support without which they would not remain strong for long, Union Minister Uma Bharti has said.

  • India never opened a window of opportunity with Pak: Aziz

    Islamabad: Pakistan is “not desperate” to resume peace talks with India which has never opened a window of opportunity for dialogue and goodwill with it, Pakistan’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said. “It is a very strange thing to say as it was decided here on December 9 that the dialogue will resume but then the Pathankot incident occurred and everything vanished into thin air,” Aziz told Geo TV yesterday. His remarks

  • Rohit wants to rope in Sanjay Dutt for period film

    Mumbai: Rohit Jugraj Chouhan, a well-known face in Punjabi film industry, is all set to make a Hindi movie for which he plans to rope in actor Sanjay Dutt. According to a press release issued here, the makers are planning a period movie which would be made in Hindi, but the story would be based in Punjab.

  • HC seeks progress report of Sandhurst Road FoB from BMC, Rlys

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today sought to know from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and railway authorities how much time it will take to construct a foot bridgeover (FoB) on Sandhurst Road in south Mumbai to prevent train tragedies.

  • Diet, exercise best ways to beat cancer: study

    Washington: Patients who are newly diagnosed with cancer should exercise and stick to a diet, as shedding kilos is the best way to fight the disease, researchers say.
    Scientists found that a daily brisk walk of 25 minutes almost halved the mortality among breast cancer patients while a waistline larger than 35 inches rose death rates by a third.