Free Press Journal
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    Miss my son a lot: Shaleen Bhanot

    Mumbai: Actor Shaleen Bhanot is missing his son Shaarav a lot ever since he split from his wife and actress Dalljiet Kaur.

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    Sharapova out of Rio as CAS delays doping decision

    Lausanne: The Court of Arbitration for Sport said today it has put back its ruling on the two-year doping ban for Maria Sharapova for two months to September, ruling the tennis superstar out of the Rio Olympics. The 29-year-old Russian, one of the biggest names in tennis, tested positive for the banned medication meldonium during January’s Australian Open, in a severe blow to her reputation.

  • Snapdeal announces changes to simplify seller policies

    Mumbai: E-commerce major Snapdeal has reduced the marketing fees for over 120 sub-categories, including for digital products, electronics, women’s fashion, FMCG products, as part of its policies to attract more sellers to its platform.

  • Scientists try decoding monkey language!

    London: Scientists are studying the form and meaning of monkey calls using methods from theoretical linguistics, in order to better understand the language of the primates.

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    Ford Mustang India Launch Tomorrow!

    Ever since Ford announced its plans to develop the Mustang for right hand drive markets, we’ve been waiting for the muscle car to make it to our shores. Ford confirmed that it will bring the car to India and after a showcase at the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo, the Mustang is all set to be launched tomorrow!

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    India, Kenya sign seven agreements

    Nairobi: India and Kenya on Monday signed seven agreements following delegation-level talks headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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    China’s Changan Automobile Could Enter India

    Changan Automobile, China’s 4th largest carmaker may be eyeing an entry into the Indian car market. Executives from the brand reportedly visited the states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu to explore the possibility of tying up with a local partner to set up a production facility. The move is believed to have been motivated by stagnating sales in the Chinese domestic market and stiff competition from global brands.

  • Lankan police arrests former president Rajapaksa’s eldest son

    Colombo: Former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa’s eldest son was today arrested over alleged financial irregularities in connection with a USD 650 million real-estate project in Colombo involving an Indian firm.

  • Salman Khan plants saplings as a part of BMC’s 2 crore trees initiative

    If there is one person who has every reason to be on cloud none, then, it has to be Bollywood’s ‘Sultan’ Salman Khan himself. While on one hand, his recently released film Sultan is going great guns, on the other hand, Salman Khan has already kick-started his yet another social initiative.

  • Emraan Hashmi invited to speak by American Cancer Society in November

    Emraan Hashmi has been striving to work for cancer patients and has taken several steps towards spreading awareness and boosting up treatment facilities for the ailment. From setting up camps to making a documentary, Emraan may now turn motivational speaker for many.

  • Does ‘red’ bring out your naughty side?

    Washington: Turns out, the colour red can evoke mischief in some of us. Results from a new University of Illinois study suggest that certain personality types are more likely to rebel against the norm, rather than comply, when seeing the colour red.

  • Jacqueline Fernandez strained her back while lifting John Abraham

    Jacqueline Fernandez is currently on the promotional tour for her upcoming action film, ‘Dishoom’. For promotions, team ‘Dishoom’ has come up with an interesting marketing plan to complete 100 tasks given by fans before the film releases. Following the new strategy, the cast of Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez and John Abraham will be completing all the tasks.

  • Why some galaxies stop creating stars

    New York: Scientists may finally have an explanation for why some galaxies stop creating stars after a team of astrophysicists painstakingly analysed around 70,000 galaxies to understand the forces influencing star formation activity in them. The international research team, led by researchers from the University of California, Riverside, combed through available data from the COSMOS UltraVISTA survey that gives accurate distance estimates for galaxies over the past 11 billion years, and focused on the effects of external and internal processes that influence star creation in galaxies.

  • Anushka Sharma’s decision to do ‘Sultan’ with Salman Khan pay’s off

    She is busy making her own films as a producer . Still, when the opportunity of working in Sultan came her way, Anushka Sharma was sure that she had to be a part of it. Though this also meant that there were many days of shooting as well as gruelling prep work required due to some intense training

  • No big bottles for feeding babies

    New Delhi: Babies who are exclusively formula-fed from larger bottles may be at risk of greater weight gain in infancy and, in turn, of obesity later in life. “There has been quite a bit of research around the relationship between container or plate size and food intake for adults, and we wanted to explore whether the same relationship exists early in life with bottles,” says Charles Wood, clinical instructor of general pediatrics and adolescent medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  • Lessons from Coconut for quake-proof buildings

    New Delhi: Coconuts are renowned for their hard shells, which are vital to ensure their seeds successfully germinate. But the specialised structure of coconut walls could help to design buildings that can withstand earthquakes and other natural disasters.

  • Women fake sexual pleasure to end ‘bad’ sex

    London: When talking about troubling sexual encounters, some women mention faking sexual pleasure to speed up their male partner’s orgasm and ultimately end sex that they do not enjoy.