Free Press Journal
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    Kumble will teach India lads to tackle crunch moments: Sachin

    London: Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, who was part of the BCCI’s Cricket Advisory panel that selected Anil Kumble as head coach, has reckoned that the legendary leg-spinner will help the young Indian side to fight out during crunch situations.

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    Bhagyashree’s son Abhimanyu Dassani,to debut in 2017

    New Delhi: With loads of fresh faces coming this year, comes up another baby on the block, Bhagyashree’s son Abhimanyu Dassani, who will debut on-screen next year.

  • Ramdev aiming to test waters in dairy, baby-care products

    Haridwar: Yoga guru Ramdev is now aiming to test waters in dairy and baby-care products to expand Patanjali’s ‘swadeshi’ consumer products portfolio that is expected to clock a turnover to Rs 10,000 crore this fiscal.

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    After Bihar, now Jharkhand College comes under scrutiny

    Dhanbad (Jharkhand): In what may come as an embarrassment for Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, who recently fired a salvo at the neighbouring state of Bihar over the recent merit scam, an unflattering picture has come to the fore where the students of the R.S. More College in Dhanbad can be seen cheating during their Class 11 exams.

  • Gadkari discusses intelligent traffic system with US officials

    New York: With worsening traffic situation in in its metro cities, India wants to set up an intelligent traffic system that will provide detailed and accurate information for road management, Union Minister for Road and Surface Transportation Nitin Gadkari has said.

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    Artificial sweeteners can make you actually eat more

    Sydney: Researchers have identified a complex network in the brain that has revealed why artificial sweeteners may not be the best way to slim down.  Artificial sweeteners are substitutes for sugar that provides a sweet taste like that of sugar while containing significantly less food energy.

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    Godhra train burning: Ahmedabad Crime Branch arrests Imran Batuk

    Malegaon (Maharashtra): The Ahmedabad Crime Branch on Wednesday arrested Imran Batuk, who is said to be an accused in the 2002 Godhra train burning case, from Malegaon. Batuk was into illegal sand mining in Malegaon.

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    Climate change didn’t spark tech innovations in early humans

    Johannesburg: Countering a common perception, a new study suggests that climate change, after all, may not have been directly linked to cultural and technological innovations of Middle Stone Age humans in southern Africa.

  • Americas top drone manufacturer to open office in India

    Washington: America’s top manufactures of armed drones plans to open an office in New Delhi by year end, fueling rise to the speculation about fast movement towards India acquiring state of the art armed drones from the US.

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    Thank your genes, not school, for academic success

    Washington D.C : A kid’s genes have a far greater impact on his report cards than his school’s quality or his parents’ efforts, a recent study suggests. Character traits, such as grit or desire to learn, have a heavy hand in academic success and are partially rooted in genetics, according to the University of Texas study.

  • Grenade found at JLIMS director’s residence

    Imphal: One hand grenade was today recovered from the compund of Jawahar Lal Institute of Medical Sciences Director Laishram Deven’s residence here.

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    ‘Sanding’ computers to keep them cool

    Washington D.C: A team of researchers would like to put sand into your computer. Not beach sand, but silicon dioxide nanoparticles coated with a high dielectric constant polymer to inexpensively provide improved cooling for increasingly power-hungry electronic devices.

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    I am not a protective father: Anil Kapoor

    New Delhi: Anil Kapoor may have kept his children — Sonam, Rhea and Harshvardhan — away from the limelight during their growing up years but the actor says he is no longer a protective father.

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    Red hair gene may be linked to skin cancer risk: study

    London: Gene variants associated with red hair, pale skin and freckles may be linked to skin cancer, according to a new study which suggests that the burden of mutations associated with these variants is comparable to an extra 21 years of sun exposure in people without this form.