Free Press Journal
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    Choreographers made fun of my dancing in first film: Jacqueline

    Mumbai: Jacqueline Fernandez may have got a lot of praise for her dancing moves in songs like ” Jumme Ki Raat” and “Chitiya Kalaiyan,” but the actress says there was a time when she was “shouted at” for not being good.

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    Herath’s strikes derail Australia chase

    Pallekele: Sri Lankan spinner Rangana Herath dismissed four Australian wickets including one from skipper Steven Smith to derail the tourists’ chase on the tense final day of the rain-hit first Test in Pallekele today. Australia, who started on the day on 83 for three, were 141 for seven at lunch, with the visitors needing another 127 to avoid an embarrassing loss for the top Test side.

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    Electrical brain stimulation can boost memory during sleep

    New York: Use of electrical brain stimulation can enhance memory during sleep and strengthen memory in healthy people, says a study. According to the researchers, transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) is a non-invasive method that can potentially help millions of people with conditions such as autism, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and other major depressive disorders.

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    Here’s why some fat risks your health, while others don’t

    Washington D.C: If you are trying to shed those extra kilos, you may want to steer clear of lard, butter and fried foods, suggests a recent study. According to the University of Naples Federico II study, a diet high in saturated fat affects a part of the brain called the hypothalamus, which helps regulate hunger, making it struggle to control what you eat.

  • Karnataka shuts down over adverse Mahadayi river water verdict

    Bengaluru: Karnataka shut down on Saturday in protest over the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal (MWDT) order that rejected the state’s plea for diversion of 7.6 thousand million cubic feet (tmcft) of water from the river to the Malaprabha Basin.

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    Few nuts a day can keep inflammation at bay

    Washington D.C : You may want to add a handful of almonds and walnuts to your day as a recent study has linked greater intake of nuts with lower levels of biomarkers of inflammation. This finding of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital study of more than 5,000 people may help explain the health benefits of nuts.

  • Ulta Pulta: Gubernatorial Adventurism

    Sunday magazines in newspapers are making news. According to reports, most of them are not doing well, filching news items from the news and making them to  appear like fresh news before us. V Gangadhar inspects.

  • Six yards gets denim transformation

    Over the years, Indian saree has undergone tremendous transformation. Once such recent transformation is the use of denim in making sarees. Pramita Bose gives more insights into this trend.

  • The Rise and Fall Of Nations by Ruchir Sharma

    Book        :     The Rise and Fall Of Nations: Ten Rules of Change In The Post-Crisis World
    Author     :    Ruchir Sharma
    Publisher :    Penguin Random House 
    Pages        :    401
    Price         :    Rs 799

  • Strong Start Tips for new entrepreneurs

    Planning to start your own business? Kiran Telang shares a few directives on being a success in your venture and being a good leader.