Free Press Journal
  • Obama administration offers help to probe Dhaka terror attack

    Washington D.C: The Obama administration has offered to extend all possible help to Bangladesh to investigate last Thursday’s brutal terror attack in national capital Dhaka, which left at least 20 persons dead, including one Indian.

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    Eat more homemade food to keep diabetes at bay

    New York: Ditching homemade food for that king size burger and French fries can add not only extra kilos around your belly but may also increase the risk of developing diabetes, a study has warned.

  • Great Grand Masti leaked online

    Great Grand Masti, the third part of the ‘Grand Masti’ sex-comedy franchise which is scheduled for release on July 22, was leaked online on Monday. The complete film of 2 hours and 14 minutes in a high-definition print, along with full credit titles can be seen online (screen shots included).

  • Is Yami Gautam going to do `Race` 3?

    New Delhi: Actress Yami Gautam, who was recently seen in the romantic flick ‘Junooniyat’, is in talks to star in the third installment of the hit ‘Race’ franchise.

  • Bihar to get CCTVs in all police stations

    Patna: The Bihar government has decided to install CCTVs in all police stations across the state to ensuretransparency and control crime, an official said.

  • We could’ve lived on Venus, not Earth!

    Washington: Turns out, if conditions had been just a little different an eon ago, Venus, not Earth, would have been our home.

  • JK celebrates Eid-ul-Fitr with fervor

    Srinagar: In Jammu and Kashmir, Eid-ul-Fitr is being celebrated today with traditional religious gaiety and fervor, as lakhs of Muslims will be attending congregational Eid prayers in Eidgahs, Masjids and Shrines across the state.

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    Data: What India needs to end malnutrition by 2030

    It may seem like a no-brainer to say that we need data to guide efforts to end malnutrition. Would you run an economy without a regular stream of credible data? You’d be flying blind if you did, and we know what happens if you try to do that. And yet this is precisely the situation that those trying to end malnutrition in

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    Real challenge for Modi govt is improving quality of education: Javadekar

    New Delhi: Former Union Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar, who was promoted to the Human Resource Development Ministry, said here on Wednesday that the real challenge for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA Government at the moment is improving the quality of education.

  • BlackBerry bids goodbye to its Classic smartphone

    Toronto: It is time to say goodbye to tactile keys. Canadian mobile maker BlackBerry has parted ways with its most successful device of its times — BlackBerry Classic.

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    Beyonce’s bodysuit took ‘three weeks’ to create

    London: Beyonce’s bodysuit, she adorned during her Formation tour, took Julien MacDonald “three weeks” to create and is encrusted with “30,000 caviar Swarovski crystals”.

  • Double car bomb attack kills six near Aden airport: military

    Aden: At least six people were killed in a double car bomb attack today targeting a military base adjoining Aden international airport in southern Yemen, according to a military source who blamed jihadists.

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    Argentina coach Gerardo Martino quits

    Rio de Janeiro: Gerardo Martino has quit as coach of Argentina, just days before he was due to start preparing the country’s Olympic football team for next month’s Rio 2016 Games.

  • Cabinet reshuffle: Its maximum politics and minimum governance, says JD-U

    New Delhi: A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi expanded his Cabinet, JD (U) leader Pawan Verma on Wednesday dubbed it as a ‘classic example of a directionless game of musical chairs’, adding it is illustration of maximum politics and minimum governance.