Free Press Journal
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    Film Museum: An ode to Cinema

    Wouldn’t it be great if the world’s largest producer of films creates a worthy museum and film experience to take its rightful, proud place in cinema? Wendell Rodricks believes we can!

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    Europe’s oldest flea market closed on safety concerns

    Paris: The French city of Lille will not be holding its 2016 La Braderie de Lille, a globally famous flea market, over fear of terrorist attacks, the city’s mayor has said. “It’s heart-wrenching to make this decision,” Xinhua news agency quoted Martine Aubry, the city’s mayor, as saying on Friday.

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    Pokemon Go launched in 15 Asia-Pacific nations

    Bangkok: The highly anticipated augmented reality game Pokemon Go finally launched in Thailand on Saturday, along with 14 other countries in the Asia-Pacific. “Gamers in 15 new countries and regions across Asia and Oceania can now officially download Pokemon Go from the Android Play Store or the Apple App Store,” the Bangkok Post quoted Niantic, the game’s developer, as saying in a statement.

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    Desire for fame drives mass shooters: Study

    New York: Increased media coverage of mass shooters seen in recent years fulfills a cardinal desire of the killers — their quest for fame, a study says. The findings suggest that reduced media coverage, thereby denying such shooters the fame they seek, could reduce the occurrence of such violent crimes.

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    Aamir Khan’s ‘method planning’!  

    Looking at Aamir Khan’s astounding body of work, and given his reputation for being a thinking actor, it’s natural to presume that every move of his thus far has been perfectly plotted and concluded. Not really, claims the man himself. He is instead confused himself about the so-called method and science of his oeuvre. He admits that people used to think he was crazy, looking at his film choices.

  • Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal meets injured in hospital

    Guwahati:  Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today visited the Gauhati Medical College Hospital to inquire about the health of the five seriously injured persons in the NDFB(S) attack that killed 14 people and injured 21 others at Balajan Tiniali market.

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    I miss Shahid on ‘Jhalak’; Jacqueline is cute and honest: Hegde

    Mumbai: Ace choreographer Ganesh Hegde misses actor Shahid Kapoor, who was his co-judge on “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa” last season, and feels that his counterpart Jacqueline Fernandez is honest in her work . Hegde is joined by Karan Johar and Jacqueline in the ninth season of the hit reality show. Last season Shahid was one of the judges who had then replaced Madhuri Dixit Nene.

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    China asks US not to interfere in its internal affairs

    Beijing: China today lashed out at the US for describing jail sentences given to four human rights activists as “politically motivated”, saying American accusations are groundless and constituted interference in its internal affairs. “The US accusations are groundless and China urged the United States to respect the facts, speak and act cautiously, and stop making irresponsible remarks on the case,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said.

  • History was Hrithik Roshan’s least fav subject

    New Delhi: Very few people enjoy studying history in school and superstar Hrithik Roshan was one such student who found history ‘boring’.

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    Exploring Bahraini Cuisine

    The real treasure in Bahrain is their beautifully simple yet distinctly delicious local cuisine, writes Roxanne Bamboat.

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    Pak FIA arrests blacklisted American national

    Rawalpindi: A blacklisted American national, Mathew, was arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Saturday at Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Rawalpindi city. Mathew despite being blacklisted by Pakistani authorities in 2011, succeeded in getting a visa to the country.

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    Stage set for Modi’s maiden visit to Telangana

    Hyderabad: The stage is set for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first visit to Telangana on Sunday. He will inaugurate Mission Bhagiratha, the piped drinking water scheme, in Gajwel, Medak district. He will remotely inaugurate or lay foundation stone for various projects in different parts of the state. The prime minister will also address a public meeting at Gajwel.

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    Vital Voices – Key women bringing changes in Bollywood

    Guneet Monga, Juhi Chaturvedi, Pubali Chowdhury, Ashwini Iyer Tiwari and Jabeen Merchant… women in cinema, bringing in much needed change, get talking… Munmun Ghosh is all ears.

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    Bar fire kills 13 at birthday party in France

    Rouen (France): A fire apparently sparked by birthday cake candles tore through a bar in northern France early today, killing at least 13 people in the nation’s deadliest blaze in a decade. Through the shattered front windows of the bar in Rouen melted stools and scorched liquor bottles were visible, as tearful mourners hugged each other and brought flowers to the scene of the tragedy.

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    Perera bags six as Sri Lanka clinch series

    Galle: Off-spinner Dilruwan Perera bagged six wickets to fashion Sri Lanka’s historic series win over Australia today as the world number one side suffered a humiliating 229-run loss inside three days in the second Test in Galle. Australia, chasing a challenging 413 for victory, were bundled out for 183 after lunch as Sri Lanka, who won their last series against the visitors in 1999, took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match

  • Weekly Prediction for 7 to 13 August 2016

    Aries:- You are carrying tense with you and it might get increased now. Legal litigation might take time to settle now. Jupiter changing its position may bring obstacles in your projects and decision making. There will be some health issues which doctors may also get confused about taking any final decision. Complication will be increasing you need to stay calm and wait for good period to come up with your ideas and