Free Press Journal
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    Caution: Hotness ahead! 

    People woke up to her charm in Hate Story 3, now they are about to lose their hearts. The bootilicious Zarine Khan in conversation with Shubarna Mukerji Shu .

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    Brothers Ayushmann & Aparshakti team up for the first time

    Music baron Bhushan Kumar has built singles into a big alternative stream of music in Bollywood and is creating a record this year by launching numerous blockbuster singles. In his next single, a Punjabi track titled “Ik Vaari Haan Keh de“, Bhushan Kumar will be launching the young actress Aisha Sharma. The single will feature Ayushmann Khurrana along with Aisha Sharma.

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    Nawazuddin’s new weapon, a Golf Club

    Without much noise, Nawazuddin makes sure he releases his films and shocks or surprises everyone with his performances. On the basis of his talent solely, Nawazuddin Siddhiqui is a name that’s been taken more often than any other actor these days. His journey cannot be termed as short as it’s a mix of many years of struggle and new found success. Having worked with the all the best actors and directors in

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    Pressure to deliver with Happy Bhag Jayegi : Diana

    Diana Penty is returning to the big screen after a gap of four years with “Happy Bhag Jayegi” and the actress says there is pressure on her to deliver with her upcoming film. The 30-year-old actress was last seen in her debut movie “Cocktail” in 2012.

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    Hrithik not concerned about Mohenjo Daro criticism

    The trailer of “Mohenjo Daro” may have become a butt of jokes online and made historians cringe, but lead star Hrithik Roshan has brushed away the negativity saying the film will silence critics after its release. This is not the first time Hrithik’s film has been accused of distorting historical facts.

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    Pak seeks US,Afghan help in recovery of crashed chopper’s crew

    Islamabad: Pakistan today sought help from the US and Afghan government to ensure safe return of the crew of a Pakistani helicopter that crash-landed in a lawless region of Afghanistan and is being held by the Taliban. An MI-17 helicopter owned by Punjab provincial government was on its way to Russia for routine maintenance when it was forced to make crash-landing yesterday in Logar, a province with large areas under Taliban control.

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    Record Indian TT contingent begins campaign tomorrow

    Rio de Janeiro: A record four-member Indian table tennis contingent aims to make the most of their time in Rio Olympics as they gear up for the men’s and women’s competitions with first round beginning at the Riocentro Pavillion 3 here tomorrow. World No.73 Sharath Kamal, in his third Olympics, leads India’s campaign even though he is ranked lower than his younger teammate and World No.68 Soumyajit Ghosh. Ghosh was the first one

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    Gold, silver tumble on reduced demand

    Mumbai: Gold extended its slide for the second straight day at the domestic bullion market here today as prices plunged Rs 430 per 10 grams following sustained selling by stockists and investors coupled with subdued local buying interest.

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    Rio Olympics: Indian’s eyeing GOLD

    Sports biggest event is soon to kick start. After the much shout, celebration and fear, Rio 2016 Olympics opening ceremony will start tonight at 8 pm on at Brazil, the same will be available live in India tomorrow early morning at 4.30 am. Since India is eight and half hours ahead of Brazil which means Indian fans will witness the opening ceremony at 4.30 am early morning of August 6. It is

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    Soy may cut health risks in women with hormonal disorder

    Tehran: Consuming a diet rich in soy may help women with a type of hormonal disorder associated with infertility prevent the risk of diabetes and heart disease, says a study. The study examined how soy isoflavones — naturally occurring plant-based oestrogens found in the soybean plant — could benefit women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) — a hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges and a major

  • Manmohan Singh bats for special status for Andhra

    New Delhi: Amid the slugfest over special status to Andhra Pradesh, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today spoke up on the issue, asking the Rajya Sabha to fulfill the commitments made by him in this regard over two years back as the House took up a private member bill on the issue.

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    Largest torrent search engine Torrentz shut down

    London: Weeks after search engine Kickass Torrents was shut down following the arrest of alleged founder Artem Vaulin in Poland, another major player shut its portals on Friday, a media report said. announced “farewell” to its millions of users after The Pirate Bay decided to cease its operation.

  • HC verdict has started a new chapter in Delhi politics: AAP

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court verdict giving primacy to the Lt. Governor in the administrative affairs of Delhi has started a “new chapter in the politics” of the city, the AAP said on Friday.

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    Dating on Tinder can make you lose self-esteem

    New York: Are you afraid of finding “matches” on the popular dating app Tinder leading to developing low self-esteem? You are not alone as a new study suggests that users of the popular app feel more negative about themselves than non-users. According to research, all users appear to have more negative perception of body image, resulting in less self-esteem than those who do not use the app and male users especially appear

  • HC refuses to interfere with ban on gangrape documentary

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court today refused to interfere with the ban on a controversial BBC documentary, ‘India’s Daughter’ on the December 16 gangrape case, saying the issue of its telecast was pending before the trial court which was competent to deal with it.

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    Lifter Mirabai aims for medal at Rio Games

    Rio de Janeiro: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu will have an outside chance of a podium finish for India when the weightlifter begins her campaign in the women’s 48kg category at the Rio Olympic Games here tomorrow. Another Indian in fray — Sivalingam Sathish Kumar — will compete in men’s 77kg division on August 10.

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    Jet Airways to add flights on Kathmandu-Delhi and Mumbai sectors

    Kathmandu: Indian airline major Jet Airways has announced resumption of normal operations to Nepal, with five daily flights, beginning from October this year. The airlines said it will fly thrice a day on the Kathmandu-Delhi sector and twice a day on the Kathmandu-Mumbai sector. The carrier had reduced its flight frequency to Nepal to three daily flights in August last year.