Free Press Journal
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    Obama calls himself feminist in birthday essay

    Washington: US President Barack Obama called himself a feminist in an essay published on Thursday in Glamour magazine, urging all men to keep fighting against gender stereotypes and double standards. Thursday is Obama’s 55th birthday and also the last one he can celebrate in the White House. In the essay titled “This is What a Feminist Looks Like,” he writes: “It’s important that their (his two daughters’) dad is a feminist, because

  • ‘Katappa ne Baahubali ko kyun mara?’ Get your answer next April

    New Delhi: Now, all you curious souls can feel a bit relieved as Karan Johar has finally made one of the biggest announcements that the nation was waiting for – the release date of the second part of ‘Baahubali,’ titled ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion.’

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    Melania Trump denies violating US immigration laws

    New York: Melania Trump, the ex-model and third wife of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, denied reports today that questioned whether she had worked illegally as an immigrant. It is the third controversy about her in less than three weeks that the potential first lady or the Trump campaign has been forced to address as her husband inflames the political establishment with his divisive campaign for the White House.

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    Pakistani copter crash-lands in Afghanistan, crew unhurt

    Kabul/Islamabad: A Pakistani helicopter made a crash landing in a remote district of eastern Afghanistan’s Logar province on Thursday, crew unhurt but reportedly taken hostage by Taliban, a provincial government spokesman said.

  • Crime against Dalits on the rise under SP regime: Mayawati

    New Delhi): Taking a strong exception to death of a 26-year-old Dalit man in police custody in Kanpur, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Friday said crime against the weaker sections of society have been on a rise ever since Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party government took reins of Uttar Pradesh.

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    Indian attacked twice in Pakistani jail

    Islamabad: An Indian prisoner was injured after being attacked by a Pakistani prisoner in a Pakistani jail, a media report said on Friday. Hamid Nehal Ansari was attacked twice in the Peshawar Central Prison in the last two months, Dawn online quoted his lawyer as telling a court on Thursday. The lawyer said a jail official also daily thrashed Ansari.

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    Happy Birthday Genelia… today she turns 29

    Mumbai: Actress Genelia Deshmukh has turned 29 on Friday and Bollywood celebrities wished the “happy, nice and genuine” person “all the happiness and love”.

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    Top 5 Most Awaited Cars This Festive Season

    If there is one season that is quite crucial to the automakers in India, that has to be the festive season towards the end of the year. With festivities around the corner; along with sweets, crackers and chattering relatives, it is also the time to gift yourself a brand new car and plaster a permanent a smile on your face. Why so? That’s because it’s that time of the year when automakers

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    Toyota launches new model to mark 50th year

    Tokyo: Japanese automobile giant Toyota Motor Corp on Friday introduced a new Corolla Axio Hybrid G “50 Limited” model, a special edition of its global best-seller to commemorate the 50th anniversary of its launch.

  • GST bill in Lok Sabha likely on Monday, BJP issues whip

    New Delhi: The GST Bill, which was passed by the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, is likely to be tabled in the Lok Sabha on August 8 for which the BJP has issued a whip to its members in the Lower House to ensure its smooth passage. The whip issued by the ruling party today has asked its members to be present in the House on Monday.

  • All India Radio presents ‘Rythms of India’ ahead of 70th year of Independence

    New Delhi: All India Radio commenced the spirit of 70th year of independence in a unique way. In response to the clarion call by the Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi in his recently concluded Mann Ki Baat, to celebrate Independence Day as a festival; the oldest public service broadcaster has scheduled a slew of programmes that will be broadcast over the month.

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    Terrorist for one nation can’t be martyr for another: Rajnath

    New Delhi: Asserting that terrorist in one nation cannot be a martyr for another, India has asked SAARC nations including Pakistan to take effective steps against state and non-state actors supporting terrorism and extradite persons involved in it.