Free Press Journal
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    How big will Salman Khans Sultan be Trade experts talk

    As the nation and its favourite trade pundits brace themselves for the release of the new Salman Khan starrer this week, the question being asked is, how big is big when it comes to Salman Khan. ‘Sultan is expected to make Rs. 300 crores in the first week.

  • MSRTC to hold awareness week next month

    Thane: Maharashtra State Road and Transport Corporation (MSRTC) will hold ‘Jagruti Saptah’ (awareness week) from August 9-17 across the state to reach out to passengers in order to provide them best of facilities.

  • Sunny Leone not singing for any movie

    Mumbai: Actress Sunny Leone has denied reports that she is singing for a movie and says that she was practicing for a “big event”, where she will be heard “singing for real”.

  • ‘Influential’ Priyanka campaigning across UP will greatly benefit us: Congress

    New Delhi: With see-sawing developments over Priyanka Gandhi’s announcement as the party’s face in Uttar Pradesh Assembly election campaign, the Congress on Tuesday asserted that her influential personality will be greatly beneficial for them in the politically crucial state.

  • Prakash Javadekar

    Javadekar gets a promotion after eventful two years in MoEF

    New Delhi: Prakash Javadekar, the lone Minister of State in the Modi government to have been elevated to Cabinet rank, has been rewarded for his work in the Environment Ministry, especially his pro-active role in the climate change talks in Paris.

  • Wimbledon 2016: Paes-Hingis cruise into mixed doubles third round

    London: Indian tennis ace Leander Paes and his Swiss partner Martina Hingis continued their rich vein of form as they advanced to the third round of the mixed doubles event here at Wimbledon with a comfortable victory.

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    Modi Cabinet: 19 new faces, Javdekar’s rank elevated

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today carried out a major expansion of his Council of Ministers, inducting 19 new faces, including several dalit and OBC leaders as well as from poll-bound states like UP.

  • Pak rejects reports of ISI involvement in attack

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday rejected media reports about its involvement in the terrorist attack in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka that killed 20 foreigners including an Indian as “baseless, irresponsible and provocative”. Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria issued a statement in response to media queries regarding reports of the involvement of Pakistan’s spy agency ISI in last week’s terror attack on a popular restaurant in Dhaka.

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    NASA’s Juno mission successfully enters Jupiter’s orbit 

    Washington: Cheers erupted at NASA’s California-based Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Tuesday as its solar-powered Juno spacecraft entered the orbit around Jupiter — ending its nearly five-year journey to study the gas giant like never before.

  • Dhaka attack: Student killed as he chose to stay by friends

    Dhaka: A 20-year-old Bangladeshi student, who was at the Dhaka cafe when it was stormed by suspected ISIS militants, had the option of fleeing to safety after the hostage-takers let him go but chose to stand by his friends including the Indian victim and was subsequently killed. Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain has garnered widespread praise on social media, with netizens hailing him as “hero”.

  • Euro 2016 Finale: Wales into battle against Portugal

    Lyon: Gareth Bale leads Wales into battle against Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal in the Euro 2016 semi-finals tomorrow hoping to become the first British side to reach a major tournament final in 50 years.

  • Suicide attackers launch 3 strikes in Saudi Arabia

    Washington D.C.: In the wake of the massive assaults in the last week for which the ISIS has claimed responsibility, three suicide bombings hit three Saudi Arabian cities over a 24-period.

  • Business pessimism ‘doubles after Brexit’

    London: British business confidence has fallen sharply in the aftermath of the vote to leave the European Union (EU), a new research revealed.