Free Press Journal
  • Black box of crashed EgyptAir plane found

    Cairo: The black box of the EgyptAir plane which crashed last month killing all 66 on board, was recovered today from the Mediterranean, a breakthrough towards finding the cause of the tragedy.

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    Teesta’s NGO barred from receiving foreign funds

    New Delhi: An NGO run by civil rights activist Teesta Stelvad, who has espoused the cause of Gujarat riot victims, was today banned from receiving foreign funds, with the Home Ministry cancelling its FCRA licence.

  • BJP, opposition spar over Kairana

    New Delhi: A delegation of leaders of five parties that visited Kairana today hit out at BJP for giving a “communal” angle to the migration of families even as the saffron party took a swipe at JD(U) and RJD, which were part of the group, for “vitiating” the atmosphere after “failing” to run Bihar.

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    Rain threatens to spoil India’s first pink ball match

    Kolkata: With monsoon slated to hit Kolkata within two days, rain might play spoilsport when Eden Gardens hosts the country’s first day-night pink ball four-day match from June 18-21 here.

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    Searching for a job? Use skills taught to fight depression

    New York: The same behavioural skills that are commonly taught to fight depression can also help unemployed people land a job, new research has found, reports IANS. These skills included identifying negative thoughts and countering them with more positive responses and planning enjoyable activities to improve the mood. This study is the first to show that cognitive behavioural (CB) skills not only predict changes in depression symptoms, but also real life functioning,

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    Films on sports very necessary: Randeep Hooda

    Actor Randeep Hooda, who played a mixed martial arts (MMA) artist in “Do Lafzon Ki Kahani” and will be seen as superstar Salman Khan’s wrestling coach in “Sultan”, says films on sports are “very necessary”.

  • Free livestreaming websites put viewers at security risk

    London : Online streaming has become an increasingly popular way to watch sports and other live events but a new study suggests that viewers are often exposed to malware infections, personal data theft and scams, says IANS.

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    Vivek Oberoi praises Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’

    Vivek Oberoi and Salman Khan’s battle isn’t a new news for Bollywood. Vivek however tried to reconcile matters with the Bhai of Bollywood but Salman was in no mood to forgive. Burying the hatchet, Actor Vivek Oberoi praised the superstar’s upcoming film SULTAN saying it was fabulous.

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    Abhishek is the lucky mascot for comedies

    With HOUSEFULL 3, Abhishek Bachchan scores a hat-trick in the comedy genre after the riveting success of BOL BACHCHAN and HAPPY NEW YEAR with the trade, critics and distributors rooting for the actor and his undeniably skilled and effortless performance.

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    Unruly teenagers may have brain abnormalities: study

    London: The brains of teenagers with serious antisocial behaviour problems differ significantly in structure to those of their peers, according to a new study which found that the actions of unruly teens may stem from changes in brain development in early life, says PTI.

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    Sunny glad of not getting stereotyped in industry

    Actress Sunny Leone says she is glad that she didn’t get stereotyped in Bollywood. “Initially I was perceived in a certain way. But now I can proudly say that people have accepted me and are approaching me for good work. I am glad that I am not stereotyped in the industry,” Sunny told IANS.

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    Overeating cripples calorie sensing ability

    New York: Shedding new light on why extra weight is so difficult to shed permanently, researchers have found that overeating reduces levels of a hormone that signals the feeling of fullness in the brain, potentially promoting more eating, says IANS.

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    “Udta Punjab” leaked online

    Bollywood urges audience to watch the movie only in theatres and not promote piracy.

  • Smart light that tracks human behaviour

    New York: Using the power of the light around us, researchers have significantly improved an innovative light-sensing system that tracks a person’s behaviour continuously and unobtrusively in real time, reports IANS.

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    TV a bigger medium than films: Remo D’Souza

    New Delhi: Choreographer-director Remo D’Souza, who is returning to the small screen as the super-judge of the second season of “Dance +”, says TV is a bigger medium than films to connect with the audience.

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    There are absolutely no men in my life: Amy Jackson

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Amy Jackson, who is in the news for a rumoured relationship with international singer Cheryl Cole’s former husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini, says there are “absolutely no men” in her life except her father and dog.

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    Shame for CBFC if censored copy of ‘Udta Punjab’ has leaked: Aamir

    Ludhiana: Expressing concern over the online leak of ‘Udta Punjab’, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan on Thursday said it was big shame for the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) if a censored copy has come out on Torrent.