Free Press Journal
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    Will never curb Virat’s aggression but there’s a line: Kumble

    Bengaluru: He will be the “last person to curb” skipper Virat Kohli’s on-field aggression but newly appointed chief coach Anil Kumble made it clear that as “ambassadors of India” the players should also be aware that there exists a “thin line” which needs to be respected. “I love his aggression. I was also no different as I was very aggressive. But we were probably very different in terms of how we came

  • AAP MLA Naresh Yadav meets Punjab DGP,says ready to join probe

    Chandigarh: AAP MLA Naresh Yadav, who has been booked and summoned in connection with the alleged June 24 Malerkotla sacrilege incident, along with party members today met the Punjab Police chief who assured them of “fair and impartial” probe.

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    Bangladesh pays homage to Dhaka terror attack victims

    Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today led the nation in mourning the 22 Dhaka siege victims, including an Indian girl, at a solemn ceremony here as the country paid a tearful homage to those killed in the worst terror attack on its soil. Diplomats, politicians and people from across the different strata of society paid tributes and placed wreaths during the ceremony at the Bangladesh Army Stadium in Dhaka cantonment which

  • CricHQ Partners with the Jabalpur Division Cricket Association

    Bhopal, 2016: CricHQ, the world’s largest digital cricketing platform, is pleased to announce its recent partnership with the Jabalpur Division Cricket Association (JDCA). The partnership will see CricHQ’s digital platform used for 100 of JDCA’s draws, with CricHQ providing scorers and administrators training sessions on using the platform.

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    Chennai Infosys Techie’s murder accused gets judicial custody

    Chennai: The accused in the murder of a woman IT employee here, arrested last week and hospitalised in Tirunelveli after attempting suicide while being nabbed, was today brought to the city and admitted to a government hospital where a magistrate remanded him in judicial custody.

  • Unfortunate, insensitive: Aamir on Salman’s rape analogy

    Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan is the lates celebrity from Bollywood to weigh in on Salman Khan’s controversial rape analogy, saying it is unfortunate and insensitive if he made those comments.

  • Curiosity has been the secret to my success: Hrithik Roshan

    Mumbai: Superstar Hrithik Roshan has credited his inquisitive nature behind his stardom. The 42-year-old actor, who will be next seen in period drama “Mohenjo Daro”, said he keeps discovering himself.

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    Environmental toxins risking kids’ brains

    New York: Scientists and experts from various fields have for the first time come together to support a link between exposures to toxic chemicals in air, water, food and everyday products and children’s risks for neuro-developmental disorders, reports IANS.

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    A supplement to switch off junk food cravings

    Washington DC: Sugary treats and calorie-packed happy hour drinks all leave us asking for more, but now, a team of scientists may have found a way to simply switch off those corrupting cravings, reports ANI.

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    Paracetamol in pregnancy ups autism, ADHD risk in kids

    London: Taking common painkillers during pregnancy more often is likely to raise the risk of autism and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, especially boys, new research warns, reports IANS.

  • China bans online media from publishing unverified reports

    Beijing: China has banned online media from publishing unverified content, especially from the social media, after the country’s internet regulator punished some major websites that fabricated stories this year.

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    Walking meetings boost health of office workers

    Washington: Holding ‘walking meetings’ at work instead of conventional seated ones just once a week may increase the physical activity levels of white-collar workers by 10 minutes, a new study has found, reports PTI.