Free Press Journal
  • Ixigo witnesses surge in flight bookings during monsoon sale

    New Delhi: India’s leading travel meta-search engine marketplace ixigo recorded four times increase in daily flight bookings during its monsoon sale. Travelers were being able to book flight tickets at unbelievably slashed prices.

  • India’s exports up 1.27 pct in June

    New Delhi : After falling consecutively for 18 months, India’s merchandise exports grew in June witnessing a hike of 1.27 percent in the month. Exports in June were USD 22.5 billion compared with USD 22.2 billion in the year ago period while imports declined 7.33 percent to USD 30.6 billion from USD 33.1 billion in June 2015.

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    Ranbir Kapoor tries cryotherapy for first time

    New Delhi: Bollywood’s handsome hunk Ranbir Kapoor has recently joined the list of celebs like Kate Moss, Jessica Alba, Demi Moore and Jennifer Aniston, who use cryotherapy.

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    Happy cows give you more nutritious milk

    New York: When cows are happy, they produce more nutritious milk with higher levels of calcium, new research suggests. The researchers found that daily infusions with a naturally-occurring chemical commonly associated with feelings of happiness increased calcium levels in the milk of Jersey cows that had just given birth.

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    ASSOCHAM appeals political parties to come on board for GST Bill

    New Delhi: Amidst positive indications for a consensus building among the major political parties, including the Congress, the ASSOCHAM has made a strong plea both to the Government as also the principal Opposition party to get the long pending Constitutional Amendment Bill on GST passed in the Rajya Sabha within the first few days of the Monsoon session of Parliament, beginning July 18.

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    IS claims responsibility for Nice attack

    Paris: The Islamic State (IS) on Saturday claimed responsibility for the terror attack in the French city Nice that left 84 people dead.  The IS issued a statement to press agency Amaq, BFMTV reported. Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who ran over the victims in Nice with a truck, was described as a “soldier” of the IS.

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    Hardik files undertaking in court to maintain law and order

    Ahmedabad: Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel, who walked out on bail after being confined for nine months, today filed an undertaking before a local court saying he will not indulge in any activity which will disturb law and order.

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    Kya Salman ka rape hua?

    New Delhi: The infamous ‘raped woman’ remark of Salman Khan that divided the fraternity into two and created a stir on social media has once again hit the headlines; but this time because of Irrfan Khan’s hilarious take on it.

  • For Irrfan, work speaks more than creating news

    Internationally acclaimed Indian actor Irrfan Khan who grabbed headlines when he questioned the Ramadan fast and how Muslims had made a “mockery” of Muharram, says he believes that one’s work speaks louder than any buzz created in news.

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    I’m not pregnant: Kylie Jenner

    Los Angeles: Reality TV star Kylie Jenner has shot down rumours that she is expecting a baby with her boyfriend and rapper Tyga.

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    All Indian athletes in Turkey safe: Union sports minister

    Bengaluru: Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel today said all 149 Indian athletes participating in the World School Games at Trabzon in Turkey are safe, amid an attempted military coup in that country in which at least 60 people have died.

  • Smoke detected on AI aircraft with 130 on board

    Kolkata: Over 130 persons onboard an Imphal-bound Air India aircraft had a narrow escape today after the pilot detected smoke in one of the engines just when the plane was entering the runway.