Free Press Journal
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    Experimenting with their tresses

    Like we say, change is always good. Bollywood has always been in for transformation every now and then, the latest is experimenting with hair. While the B town boys have been going bald, growing it long or curling them up, the ladies aren’t going to stay behind. From cutting It short to changing styles to colouring it up, Bollywood babes are doing all of it these days. Below are few of our favourites:

  • Parineeti shocked over ‘Dabangg 3’ rumours

    There were some baseless rumours doing the rounds about  doing ‘Dabangg 3‘ opposite Salman. But she finally made sure all these rumours were brought to rest and confessed that she was clueless about this news.

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    ‘Kabali’ to have different ending in Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur: Film Censorship Board of Malaysia today said the Rajinikanth starrer blockbuster movie “Kabali” will have a different ending in the country with a message of “crime does not pay” added at the climax. The decision has left local fans of the superstar fuming. LPF chairman Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid said the board had requested the makers for the alterations in the movie, so that the the viewers continue respecting the

  • 26/11 hero dog Tiger dies

    Mumbai: Tiger, the police dog who was on duty for eight days outside the Taj Hotel in Colaba after the 26/11 terror attacks, passed away at his retirement home in Virar on Saturday.

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    Pokemon Go leads to international incident on US border

    Washington: Two Canadian teenaged brothers inadvertently crossed the US-Canada border while playing the widely popular location-based augmented reality game Pokemon Go, causing a rare international incident, reports PTI. The two Canadian teenagers were apprehended by US Border Patrol agents after they inadvertently — and illegally — crossed the US-Canada border while playing the game on their phones, officials said.

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    UK school boys wear skirts to protest shorts ban

    London: In a bizarre incident, a group of teenage boys in the UK went to school wearing skirts to protest a uniform policy after they were reprimanded for donning shorts on a sweltering hot day. Four boys at the Longhill High School, in Brighton, East Sussex, wore skirts to school in protest after they were pulled up for wearing shorts.

  • IS suicide bomber kills at least 15 in Baghdad

    Baghdad: A suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 15 people in a Shiite area of northern Baghdad today, security and medical officials said. The bombing, which struck near a checkpoint in the Kadhimiyah area, home to a major Shiite shrine, also wounded at least 29 people, the officials said.

  • ‘France, others hit by terror may face more screening ‘

    Washington: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is asserting that countries like France that he says are compromised by terrorism may be subjected to the “extreme vetting” he proposes as a deterrent to attacks in the US.

  • Mother of slain US envoy snubs Trump

    Washington: The mother of US Ambassador to Libya J Christopher Stevens, who was killed during a terror attack in Benghazi in 2012, has asked Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and the party to immediately stop their “opportunistic and cynical” use of her son’s death. “I know for certain that Chris would not have wanted his name or memory used in that connection,” Mary Commanday wrote in a short letter to

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    Daily Horoscope for 25 July 2016

    Aries:- Recent events have turned you into a new person, Earlier, your behavior was often boorish and aggressive, often bordering on selfishness. Speculative activities may increase your profits today.

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    The healing power within — T.G.L. Iyer

    We are all “born healers” for the simple reason that the healing presence of God is within all of us. Everyone can contact it, touch it with their thoughts. It responds to all. This healing is present in all living creatures like the dog, cat, bird, etc. It is omnipresent. Spiritual treatment means turning to the divine presence inside. You remind yourself of God’s presence–his place, harmony, wholeness,

  • China tells Japan not to intervene in South China Sea

    Beijing: China on Sunday told Japan not to intervene in the South China Sea issue as it was not directly involved in the dispute, reports IANS. Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said he would talk about the issue if he has a chance to meet his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi during the series of Foreign Ministers’ meetings involving Asean and other Asian countries, Xinhua news agency reported.


    Thousands flee as California burns

    Homes evacuated as crews battle blaze after blaze in tinder-dry California hills and even in nearby Los Angeles; 1 body found

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    Solar Power Tree: An innovation aimed at maximising Solar Energy

    Mumbai: Union Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, launched the ‘Solar Power Tree’ recently in the national capital. Developed by the CSIR-Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-CMERI), a constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), the Solar Power Tree harnesses solar energy for producing electricity with an innovative vertical arrangement of solar cells.

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    Social status leads to trust

    New Delhi: Higher socioeconomic status can lead to an increase in a person’s level of trust, according to researchers. Individuals within societies exhibit varying levels of trust, and someone’s capacity to put faith in others may have an impact on how well they fare in the world. In Western societies in particular, studies have found that people of lower socioeconomic status are less likely to trust social institutions. Why is this the