Free Press Journal
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    India should not get “entangled” in SCS dispute: China

    Beijing: India should avoid “unnecessary entanglement” in the South China Sea dispute during Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to New Delhi to prevent it becoming yet “another factor” to impact bilateral ties, a state-run Chinese daily said today.

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    Mumbai Police submits report on Zakir Naik

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police probing the alleged provocative speeches of Islamic televangelist Zakir Naik, who is under the scanner of various Central agencies as well, has submitted its report to Maharashtra Home department, a senior official said today.

  • PM breaks silence, says handful of people hurting tradition of Kashmir

    Alirajpur (Madhya Pradesh): Breaking his stoic silence on the ongoing violence in the Kashmir valley following the encounter of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani, Prime Narendra Modi today said a handful of misguided people are hurting the great tradition of Kashmir and appealed to the youth to join him in fulfilling the dream of making the place the world’s paradise.

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    Rights to sexual freedom hampered at retirement homes: Study

    Washington: Putting up at retirement homes limits older adults’ rights to sexual freedom because of a lack of policies regarding the issue and the actions of staff and administrators at these facilities.

  • Salman Khan to be voice of ‘Hanuman’

    Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan, earlier seen as Hanuman devotee in “Bajrangi Bhaijaan,” has now lent his voice for the Hindu lord, in the upcoming animated film,”Hanuman Da Damdaar”.

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    Australia may deny work visas to foreign doctors

    Melbourne: Australia’s health department today favoured imposing a ban on overseas-trained doctors from applying for work visas to end shortage of locally trained medicos, a move likely to hit Indian doctors working in the country. According to media reports, senior members of Australian medical community had asked the federal government to stop issuing visas to overseas trained doctors after saying that skill shortage in regional and remote areas was not being addressed by the

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    Signs of Martian life may be hidden deep below planet surface

    London: Signs of life may be present deep inside the surface of Mars, rather that in rocks excavated by some meteorite impacts, a new study suggests.  Scientists analysing samples from Mars’ surface have so far not conclusively detected organic compounds that are indigenous to the red planet, which would be indicators of past or present life.

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    Citrus fruit extract may prevent kidney stones

    New York: Researchers have found evidence that a natural citrus fruit extract can inhibit the growth of painful kidney stones and even dissolve the crystals. The compound hydroxycitrate (HCA) can dissolve calcium oxalate crystals, the most common component of human kidney stones, said the study that prepares the groundwork to design an effective drug for the painful condition.

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    Profit booking dents equity markets

    Mumbai: Profit booking, along with lower crude oil prices and a weak rupee, dented the Indian equity markets during the mid-afternoon trade on Tuesday.

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    Android apps can secretly track your whereabouts: study

    Boston: Android apps can be manipulated to access built-in sensors in smartphones and track your whereabouts and traffic patterns, without your knowledge or consent, a new study has warned. Researchers from Northeastern University in the US built an Android app and tested it. Their system uses an algorithm that inserts data from the phone’s built-in sensors into graphs of the world’s roads.