Free Press Journal
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    Ulta Pulta: Smriti and her sarees 

    Semi-literate scholars, illiterate Vice Chancellors. Phew! Somehow I have got rid of them and am now in the magical, mystical world of sarees. NaMo exactly knew what I wanted and gave it to me and I am deeply thankful to him. I have already plunged into work into the world of textiles and very soon make an impact on it. After all, it is my area.

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    Sedans Vs Hatchbacks – What’s The Better Buy?

    A sense of pride, an indication of growing status and prosperity, a steadily building social authority –that’s what a car represents in today’s age. Whether you buy a sedan or a hatch, does it really matter? Yes, at times it does. A car buyer’s confusion is further augmented by the narrowing gap between the prices of a hatch and a sedan. Compact sedans, for instance, have erased that line of affordability between

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    Alibaba Unveils Android-Based OS’Car RX5 SUV

    Ever wanted to click a 360-degree selfie inside your car? Now you can. The “OS’Car RX5” developed jointly by SAIC Motor Corp. and the Alibaba Group lets you do that (courtesy four detachable action cameras), and a whole lot more. The vehicle is among the first to feature the YunOS, developed by the Alibaba Group specifically for the automotive industry.

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    Fiat Launches Updated Linea 125S At Rs 7.82 Lakh

    Remember the gorgeous blue Fiat Linea showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo? Good news! You can buy one now. Fiat has launched an updated version of the Linea called the 125S. Prices for the car start at Rs 7.82 lakh.

  • personal finance

    Health insurance for senior citizens

    Why do the health insurers do not cover seniors or, if they do, charge them a bomb? Tensing Rodrigues dwells on this. 

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    Live you Life Today: Kal Ho Na Ho

    The secret of healthy mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles, but live in the present wisely and earnestly. It is never too late to be what you want an d the way you want to live, says A L I Chougule.

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    Know your Talk-Time…

    It is important to talk, but even more important to know how much you need to talk, writes Sumeet Naik. 

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    Arun Jaitley questions high interest rates on savings

    New Delhi: With private investment yet to pick up, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today wondered whether it is desirable to continue offering high interest rates on savings that translate into higher cost of lending and sluggishness in the economy.

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    ‘India will soon become self reliant in electronic sector’

    Coimbatore: India is expected to soon become self reliant in electronic field as Electronic Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI) plans to train more industry oriented professionals, a top official said today.

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    Kudankulam-II n-plant will go critical on Sunday

    Chennai: The second unit of Kudankulam atomic power project in Tamil Nadu is expected to go critical on Sunday, S.K. Sharma, Chairman and Managing Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL), said on Saturday.

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    Separatists have always backed terrorist groups: Hina Bhatt

    New Delhi: Expressing grave concern over the present situation in Kashmir Valley post the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani, BJP leader Hina Bhatt today acknowledged the fact that the separatists always extend their support to terrorist groups.

  • Raees

    Shah Rukh Khan reveals why Raees and Sultan clash was avoided

    The much awaited Salman Khan starrer Sultan was supposed to clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees this Eid. Fans were waiting to see the clash of the Khans at the box office this year but it didn’t happen. Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees was postponed while Sultan released this week.

  • Karnataka government suspends Bipasha Basus payment for yoga day event

    On June 21, Bipasha Basu visited Bengaluru to attend an event organised in the celebration of International Yoga Day. The yoga event named Bend it like Bipasha saw Bipasha Basu perform some of the toughest yoga asanas. But, it turns out that the event has left Karnataka government in a contorted position.