Free Press Journal
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    Raj meets Uddhav; fuels speculation ahead of BMC polls

    Mumbai: MNS chief Raj Thackeray today met his estranged cousin and Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray at the latter’s home sparking speculation of possible rapproachement for the crucial civic polls in the city due early next year. Raj, who lives in Dadar, drove to Matoshree, Uddhav’s residence in suburban Bandra. No aides were present at the meeting, Sena sources said.

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    Rajya Sabha to take up GST bill next week

    New Delhi: Government today listed the much-awaited GST bill for consideration and passage in Rajya Sabha’s agenda for the next week.

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    ‘Jagga Jasoos’ will work irrespective of delay if made well: Basu

    New Delhi: Director Anurag Basy says that the delay of his forthcoming project “Jagga Jasoos” won’t affect its response at the box office if it has been made well. Basu says Katrina and Ranbir, who were dating each other earlier and are playing the lead role in the film, behaved like “professionals” on the set of “Jagga Jasoos“.

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    Oppn attacks govt over “increasing” attacks on dalits, muslims

    New Delhi: Opposition today hit out at BJP over an attack on two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh on the beef issue and alleged that dalits and Muslims were being increasingly targeted, prompting Home Minister Rajnath Singh to assert that justice will be done in the case. Raising the matter in Zero Hour, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge reeled out statistics to highlight attacks on dalits and cited the

  • 10 labourers killed in Pune building slab crash

    Pune: Ten labourers were killed and three others critically injured when the slab of an under-construction building on which they were working suddenly crashed here on Friday, police said.

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    Tired Of Your Bike? Here are 6 Affordable Cars To Switch To!

    Once a biker, always a biker! Honestly, it’s a line that we’ve grown tired hearing. Sure, riding does have its own appeal and bikes inherit a charm that cannot be compared with anything else. The fun of riding through mountain twisties and long open highways with the wind gushing through your hair and the warm, balmy sun kissing your skin is just the kind of picture one imagines while thinking of bike

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    Sanjay Dutt to star in Mahesh Manjrekar’s next

    Mumbai: Actor Sanjay Dutt, who celebrates his 57th birthday today, has been finalised to play the lead in director Mahesh Manjrekar’s next, which is a remake of 2008 superhit Marathi film “De Dhakka”. Manjrekar and Dutt have earlier collaborated in films like “Vaastav”, “Kurukshetra”, “Hathyar” and “Rakht”.

  • Meet the one-woman army who planted 110k trees in 1yr across India

    New Delhi: While the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) planted 1.15 lakh saplings with just 15 days into the plantation season, there are several Samaritans who have the chore close to their hearts and are willing to take this responsibility on their shoulders.

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    5 Affordable Hatchbacks With Segment – Above Features

    More. Extra. Free. These words define the common mentality of most of us. And to get these add-ons, we have not left any section of life untouched, be it taking groceries from thelas to street foods — “Bhaiyya chutney thoda extra” — to even automobiles, we always do that, isn’t it? Even while buying a car, we do inquire about what’s coming free with it. It seems the car manufacturers have understood that we

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    10,000 NGO registrations cancelled, foreign aid set to drop 

    Foreign funding for Indian non-governmental organisations (NGOs) doubled in 2014-15 over the previous year, but with 10,000 NGO registrations cancelled in 2015, foreign contributions are likely to drop, according the latest data on foreign contributions.

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    Lata Mangeshkar completes 75 years of singing

    It is a career that defies all analysis. Lata Mangeshkar, the Sing Sena Supremo completes, 75 years of singing. Says Lataji, “I started singing five years before India gained independence, it was the year 1942, and I was 13 years old when I became a professional singer. To have lasted so long is nothing short of a miracle, I agree. But it is also a lot of hard work. I don’t

  • Upbeat India look to assert supremacy over inexperienced WI

    Kingston (Jamaica): Bolstered by the comprehensive win in the series opener, an upbeat India will look to assert their supremacy over an inexperienced West Indies with yet another commanding show in the second cricket Test, starting here tomorrow.

  • China detains Japanese for ‘spying’

    Beijing: China has reportedly detained a Japanese official from an exchange group for his alleged involvement in spying activities, but the Tokyo-based group denies any links with the man.

  • Upbeat India look to assert supremacy over inexperienced WI

    Kingston (Jamaica): Bolstered by the comprehensive win in the series opener, an upbeat India will look to assert their supremacy over an inexperienced West Indies with yet another commanding show in the second cricket Test, starting here tomorrow.

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    Mainpuri Dalit couple murder: Akhilesh Govt. assures speedy justice to victim’s kin

    New Delhi: The Samajwadi Party on Friday condemned the brutal killing of Dalit couple, who was axed to death by a shopkeeper in Lakhmipur village of Uttar Pradesh’s Mainpuri district for alleged non-payment of Rs. 15, and said that the state government will leave no stone unturned to ensure that justice is delivered to the family at the earliest.