Free Press Journal
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    Pooja Hegde is special: Hrithik Roshan

    Ashutosh Gowariker’s magnum opus film MOHENJO DARO is all set to be released in August. The film stars Hrithik Roshan and new comer Pooja Hegde in the lead.

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    Kamal Haasan hospitalised 

    Currently on a break from the schedules of his upcoming trilingual comedy film SABASH NAIDU, actor Kamal Haasan fractured his leg after he slipped and fell from the stairs of his office.

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    Smriti Irani’s degree row: Court asks EC to bring records

    New Delhi: Delhi State Election Commission was today directed by a city court to bring records regarding the educational qualifications of Union Minister Smriti Irani, against whom a complaint was filed for allegedly giving false information in affidavits to the poll panel.

  • Anonymous complaints can be examined if charge is serious: CVC

    New Delhi: Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) K V Chowdary today said even anonymous complaints can be looked into by it if allegations are of “grave nature”, but cautioned that it should not be used to stall career prospects of an officer.

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    Hyderabad court asks police to book Owaisi

    Hyderabad: A city court on Thursday directed police to book a case against AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi for stating that he will provide legal aid to suspected Islamic State (IS) sympathisers arrested here last month.

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    Dadri lyching: Court orders FIR against Akhlaq’s family

    Lucknow: In a fresh twist to the Dadri case where a Muslim man, Mohd Akhlaq, was lynched for allegedly eating cow meat last year, a local court in Greater Noida on Thursday directed the police to lodge an FIR against members of Akhlaq’s family, accused of consuming beef.

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    Trump to announce his vice presidential pick tomorrow

    Washington: Donald Trump has said he would name his vice presidential pick tomorrow, capping a months- long frenzied speculation over his potential running mates. “I will be making the announcement of my vice presidential pick on Friday at 11am in Manhattan,” the 70-year-old real-estate tycoon from New York said in a tweet yesterday.

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    Ban cash transactions of above Rs3 lakh to curb blackmoney: SIT

    New Delhi:  The Special Investigation Team (SIT) on blackmoney has recommended ban on cash transactions of above Rs 3 lakh and restricting cash holding with individuals to not more than Rs 15 lakh to curb illegal wealth in the economy.

  • Poll panel defers hearing on 21 AAP MLAs’ fate

    New Delhi: The Election Commission on Thursday deferred till July 21 the hearing of the 21 Aam Aadmi Party legislators’ clarification on their appointment as parliamentary secretaries by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

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    Court sends Kejriwal’s ex-PS, 6 others to JC till July 27

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister’s former Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar and six others, arrested in an alleged corruption case, were today sent to judicial custody till July 27 by a special court after CBI submitted that they were not required for further investigation.

  • NCP chief Sharad Pawar addressing the press conference at the party office in Mumbai on Tuesday. State NCP chief Sunil Tatkare looks on.

    BJP mocks Pawar for remarks on RS berth for Sambhaji Raje

    Mumbai: Taking a dig at Sharad Pawar over his comments on the nomination of Sambhaji Raje, a descendant of Maratha King Chhatrapati Shivaji, to the Rajya Sabha, a BJP journal today said the remarks of the NCP Chief on the matter reflected his fear of declining support base in Maharashtra.

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    Pak describes slain Hizbul commander as ‘freedom fighter’

    Islamabad: Upping the ante, Pakistan today described slain Hizbul commander Burhan Wani and other militants as people “fighting for freedom” and accused Indian security forces of committing “state-terrorism” in Kashmir.

  • Will respond decisively if provoked in SCS, says China

    Beijing: China on Thursday said there will be a “decisive response” if it was provoked in the disputed South China Sea over which its claims have been rejected by a UN-backed court.

  • Human protein may help “shock and kill” hidden HIV infection

    Washington: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered a human protein that forces latent HIV out of hiding, and poisons the virus on its way out, an advance that could help cure the disease and prevent relapse when medication is stopped.

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    Alia Bhatt to romance with four in a song for Gauri Shinde’s next

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s beautiful damsel Alia Bhatt has filmed a song wherein she would be seen romancing actors Aditya Roy Kapur, Ali Zafar, Kunal Kapoor and Angad Bedi in Gauri Shinde’s upcoming movie ‘Dear Zindagi’.

  • Hema Malini decides to keep politics away from her twitter

    Mumbai: After drawing flak for tweeting about a film shoot last month when Mathura in her Lok Sabha constituency was engulfed by violence and tension, veteran actress-politician Hema Malini has said she would “restrict” her Twitter updates to “film and dance activities”.

  • Revival of 3 defunct fertiliser units will create jobs: FM

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said revival of Gorakhpur, Sindri and Barauni fertiliser plants will make urea available locally, besides creating jobs in and around those areas.

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    SC refuses to stay ordinance on NEET

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with operation of the ordinance providing that states could hold their own entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical courses bypassing the National Eligibility Entrance Entrance Test (NEET).