Free Press Journal
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    Lights Out: Scream-fest

    Cast: Starring Maria Bello, Theresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman, Billy Burke

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    “I have become typecast”

     He is 50 shades of black, and suspects all those who are constantly bright. Anurag Kashyap tells Shubarna Mukerji Shu that he will eventually do everything he wants to do.

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    Star Trek Beyond: A visual treat

    Cast: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, Sofia Boutella, Idris Elba, John Cho

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    Rajinikanth’s KABALI magic mesmerises Mumbai

    South Indian mega-star Rajinikanth’s latest release “Kabali” hit Mumbai with thousands of fans celebrating at the Aurora Theatre in King’s Circle and other parts of Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai on Friday. “The reaction to the film is ecstatic. The atmosphere inside the cinema hall is electrifying,” grinned Nambi Rajan, the owner of Aurora Theatre, which created history by hosting six full-house shows of “Kabali” starting 6 a.m. on Friday.

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    Sunny was nervous to sing national anthem

    Sunny Leone is the latest to join the bandwagon of actresses, turning to singing, after she sang the national anthem at a Pro Kabaddi league match. Sunny was proud but was nervous to sing the anthem last night at one of the matches of the on-going Pro Kabaddi League held at a stadium here. The League is aired on Star Sports channel.

  • Mann does not feel he has committed a wrong: R.K Singh

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday condemned unfazed attitude of AAP leader Bhagwat Mann over him making video of security spots in Parliament and said that the latter does not feel he has committed wrong.

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    World’s deepest sinkhole found in South China Sea: China

    Beijing: Chinese researchers today claimed to have found the world’s deepest underwater sinkhole, or blue hole near the disputed islands in the South China Sea. The blue hole is 300.89 meters deep, surpassing the current record of 202 meters, state-run Xinhua news agency reported today. The hole was found near the Paracel islands called as Xisha Islands by China.

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    Waiting for the day Kashmir joins Pakistan: Sharif

    Muzaffarabad (Pakistan): “We are waiting for the day (when) Kashmir becomes (a part of) Pakistan,” Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday.  Sharif was addressing a public gathering on the occasion of his Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s win in the “Azad Jammu and Kashmir” assembly election on Thursday.

  • Maan’s video: MHA may suggest up-gradation of Parliament security

    New Delhi: Taking a serious note of Parliament’s security breach by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Sangrur Member of Parliament Bhagwant Mann, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has swung into action and is likely to suggest up-gradation of Under Vehicle Surveillance System (UVSS) and Radio Frequency Identification Tags (RFITs) on the Parliament complex, said well-placed sources.

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    British economy falls post-Brexit

    London: British economy has fallen to a seven-year low amid the ongoing financial consequences of the country’s decision to leave the EU, according to a study published on Friday. Data provided by the consulting firm IHS Markit, showed that the British economy had dropped to levels similar to those seven years ago when financial sectors suffered the aftermath of the global financial crisis of 2007-08, Efe news reported.

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    Shaking baby could be deadly, say physicians

    Washington: Shaking a young child is capable of producing a life-threatening pooling of blood outside the brain, severe retinal hemorrhage, coma or death, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have warned. Recent media reports and judicial decisions have called into question the general acceptance among physicians of shaken baby syndrome and abusive head trauma, researchers said.

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    ‘IS targeting Malaysian military personnel for recruitment’

    Kuala Lumpur: Islamic State (IS) is targeting Malaysian military and police personnel to recruit them as they have the expertise in combat and in handling weapons, a top official of the country’s armed forces said here today. Malaysia’s Armed Forces Religious Corps (Kagat) deputy director-general Brig-Gen Nawawi Daud said military and police personnel were targeted by IS because they were already trained for combat and had knowledge and skills in handling weapons.

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    Smokers quitting tobacco also drink less alcohol: study

    London: People who have recently begun an attempt to quit smoking tobacco are more likely to try drinking less alcohol than other smokers, according to a new study. People who attempted to stop smoking recently reported lower levels of alcohol consumption, were less likely to binge drink, and were more likely to be classified as ‘light drinkers’ (having a low alcohol risk) compared with those who did not attempt to stop smoking, researchers

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    Fadnavis defends ministers; says Khadse given clean chit

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today defended some of his cabinet colleagues against whom the Opposition Congress and NCP have levelled allegations of corruption.