Free Press Journal
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    Being sexy is not just about looks: John Abraham

    New Delhi: Actor John Abraham, who was once voted as the ‘Sexiest Actor in India’, says being sexy is not just about appearance but also about the way a person leads his life.

  • MNS Corporator threatens to kidnap civic officer over potholes

    Mumbai: In a bizarre way to draw the attention of civic official towards sorry state of roads, a Maharashtra Navnirman Sena corporator has threatened to “kidnap” a ward officer if he fails to address the problems of potholes.

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    “Never too late” to give up separatism: China tells Dalai Lama

    Beijing: China today asked the Dalai Lama to give up his bid to divide the country and said it was “never too late” to return to the “right track” as the Tibetan spiritual leader turned 81. “Dalai Lama has been engaging separates activities,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a media conference here reacting to Dalai Lama’s comments advocating “middle path” policy of providing more autonomy to Tibet as a solution to

  • How brain controls our breathing discovered

    London,: Scientists have discovered how the brain controls our breathing in response to changing oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood, a finding that has important implications for babies who experience reduced levels of oxygen during birth.

  • New AI system can detect Alzheimer’s early

    London: Scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can detect early forms of Alzheimer’s disease by combining machine learning methods with a special MRI technique. Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that allows computer programmes to learn when exposed to new data without being programmed.

  • IS warns of more attacks in Bangladesh in new video

    Dhaka: The Islamic State terror group today issued a new chilling video warning the Bangladesh government of more attacks in the country and across the world until Shariah law is established globally, saying last week’s gruesome attack on a cafe here was just “a glimpse”.

  • Kanhaiya Kumar welcomes Smriti Irani’s exit asHRD minister

    New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University student leader Kanhaiya Kumar on Wednesday welcomed the exit of Smriti Irani from the Human Resource Development Ministry but said this was no “punishment” for the suicide of Dalit student Rohith Vemula.

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    Family members of suspected ISIS terrorist taken to custody

    Coimbatore: Central Intelligence agencies and Tamil Nadu police have taken into custody the wife and some family members of a suspected ISIS terrorist who was arrested in West Bengal, police said.

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    Will have dialogue, so no necessity of agitation: new HRD Min

    New Delhi: Asserting that dialogue is the key to avoid agitations, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar today said education is not a subject for party politics, as he replaced Smriti Irani who had a controversy-ridden tenure.

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    Service Tax Dept to auction Mallya jet at low reserve price

    Mumbai: Having failed to get good valuation in the first attempt to auction the personal luxury plane of beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya last week, the Service Tax Department is gearing up for the second attempt with a lower reserve price for bidders.

  • ‘Freedom 251’ maker seeks government help before launch

    New Delhi: As consumers wait to see the cheapest smartphone (less than $4) at its scheduled launch in the capital on Thursday, its Noida-based makers have made another pitch for the government’s support to make their loss-making venture “work for millions” who don’t own such a phone.

  • Lucknow Mosque to allow women to offer prayers this Ramazan

    New Delhi: In an unprecedented move, Lucknow’s famous Eidgah Aishbagh will, for the very first time, opened its doors for women where they will be able to read the Eid-ul-Fitr namaz on Thursday morning, to celebrate the end of the Holy month of Ramazan.

  • LFW hosts maiden auditions in ‘exotic’ North East

    Guwahati: As part of its model hunt for upcoming Lakme Fashion Week’s Winter/Festive season in August this year, the cosmetics brand held its first ever auditions in the country’s north east region.