Free Press Journal
  • Go Bhoemian with Gypset Trends

    Go bohemian with gypsy clothing combined with jet set styling. Sapna Sarfare finds out more about the latest fashion trend– Gypset Fashion

  • When the choice becomes difficult

    Good times do come, but they do not last. What lasts are the dreary times that yield you small gains, writes Tensing Rodrigues.

  • Simply, let go…

    It takes courage to distance or part away from the things you love the most, writes Sumeet Naik.

  • How self-fulfilling prophecies come true

    One peculiar aspect of this type of predictions is that, first, we make a hypothesis: how the situation is going to turn out. And so, we start looking for the signs – selectively, says Dr Shrirang Bakhle.

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    Twitter will not Periscope its quarterly earnings results

    New York: Micro-blogging website Twitter will not use its livestreaming video app, Periscope, to broadcast its Q2 earnings, which are set to land next Tuesday, a media report said. Midway through 2015, Twitter started broadcasting its earnings calls via Periscope.

  • Cambodia blocking ASEAN consensus on SCS: diplomat

    Vientiane: Staunch China ally Cambodia is preventing Southeast Asia from reaching a consensus on the South China Sea after an international tribunal rejected Beijing’s territorial claims to the waters, a diplomat said today.

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    Pokemon Go daily used twice as much as Facebook: Report

    New York: The massive popularity that the augmented reality game Pokemon Go has generated has broken many a record. While on a daily basis, it is being used twice as much as the Facebook app on Android, the insanely popular app from Niantic Labs has the most first-week downloads since Apple launched its iOS app store eight years ago, media reports said.

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    Over 6,000 hate crimes reported in UK post-Brexit

    London: More than 6,000 hate crimes have been reported to police in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in the wake of the referendum paving a way for the UK to exit the European Union, official figures have revealed. There was a slight fall in reports in the first half of July compared with an initial spike in the days before and after the June 23 vote, the BBC reported citing the National

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    Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour

    Washington: A team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, led by an Indian neuroscientist, has developed a non-invasive gene therapy to treat brain tumour. Currently, treatment for brain tumour or Gliobastoma (GBM) involves surgery, followed by radiation and chemotherapy with temozolomide.

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    Disordered eating habit on the rise amongst homosexuals

    Toronto: Boys and girls belonging to sexual minority groups such as gay, lesbian and bisexuals are increasingly indulging in disordered eating trends than their heterosexual or straight peers, a new study suggests. Disordered eating behaviour refers to unhealthy eating habits that have not been diagnosed by a physician as an eating disorder, although they are still serious and have the potential to be harmful.

  • India makes first contribution to UN Trust Fund

    United Nations: India, one of the largest troop-contributing countries in UN peacekeeping operations, has contributed USD 100,000 to a trust fund set up for victims of sexual exploitation and abuse by peacekeepers, becoming the first country to make a contribution to the fund.

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    Car crashes into Hindu temple in Bangkok; 6 injured

    Bangkok: At least six devotees, including foreigners, were injured when a woman driving a car suffered a seizure and crashed it into the fence of Bangkok’s popular Erawan Brahma Hindu temple, hit by deadly bombing last year, police said today. “The driver had an acute stroke while on the wheel and lost control of herself,” acting Bangkok police chief Pol Lt Gen Sanit Mahataworn said.

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    Munich attack: India stands with Germany, says Vice Prez

    New Delhi: Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari on Saturday condoled the shooting at a shopping centre in Munich and said India stands with the people and government of Germany. “I am deeply shocked at the shooting at Munich shopping centre in Germany yesterday. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of those whose loved ones have been killed,” he said in a statement. “I join the nation in praying for the

  • Dehradun on alert after incessant rainfall, CM assures of swift action

    Dehradun : Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Saturday issued an alert and asked the district officials to keep tab of the region, which witnessed heavy rainfall. The directions came a day after three people lost their lives when their house collapsed due to torrential rains.

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    Kejriwal takes on Anandiben for creating divide between police and people

    Rajkot: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday hit out at his Gujarat counterpart Anandiben Patel while accusing the BJP-led government  in the state of preaching anti-Dalit propaganda and creating divide between the police and people. Kejriwal yesterday met the families affected by anti-Dalit violence in Una’s Mota Samadhiyala village and inquired about their condition.