Free Press Journal
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    Hacker release personal data of 200 Democratic leaders

    Dallas (US): A hacker believed to be linked to Russia has posted cellphone numbers and other personal information of nearly 200 current and former congressional Democrats, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, in the latest public disclosure of sensitive records. The documents obtained from the cyberattack on Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee was released by a hacker known as Guccifer 2.0.

  • The Gospel of Yudas by K R Meera

    The Gospel of Yudas is a moving story that opens up an ethical discourse on issues of evil, good, guilt and redemption.

  • Magician in the Desert: Story of Meru Cabs by Gaurav Rao

    Gaurav compares Neeraj’s herculean effort to that of building bridges- “He built small bridges from one business to the other, creating a network of bridges over which he built a mega highway.”

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    CBI registers fresh case against Mallya

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a fresh case against business tycoon Vijay Mallya after a complaint by the State Bank Of India in connection with loan default, an official said on Saturday. “We have registered a case against Mallya on the complaint of SBI,” a CBI official said.

  • The woman behind RUSTOM

    With a never back down attitude, Prerna Arora is stepping into a ‘man’s world’. She talks to Viraj Sawant about her yen for film production and more

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    Baby found dead after being left all day in hot SUV in Texas

    Helotes: A 7-month-old boy died after being left all day in a hot sport utility vehicle in a San Antonio-area Wal-Mart parking lot, authorities said. The baby’s father, who works at the store in the suburb of Helotes, told officers that he forgot to drop his son off at day care before going to work about 6:15 AM yesterday, said Helotes police Capt. Anthony Burges.

  • Ayurveda: Guna -Attributes

    These attributes reflect the proportion of the five elements that substances contain. For example, if earth is the dominant element, it is heavy; if space dominates, it is light. As stated earlier, taste alone cannot determine the attribute of a substance. Attributes can be judged on the basis of both taste and the effect on the body constitution.

  • Riteish crowns Vishal-Shekhar as the real heroes of BANJO

    How often do we see a lead actor gives someone the credit of his film? In fact very few actors share the credit of their success with the director, let’s not talk about anyone else.

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    UK government pledges post-Brexit funds

    London: The UK government has promised to replace European Union (EU) funding for farmers, scientists and other projects after Britain’s exit from the bloc in June. According to Chancellor Philip Hammond the move could cost up to 4.5 billion pounds (about $5.8 billion) a year. The Treasury will guarantee to back EU-funded projects signed before the end of this year, the BBC reported on Saturday.

  • Go, script your memories!

    Don’t hang on to painful memories; create positive ones every single day, writes Sumeet Naik.

  • Prateik receives appreciation from the LGBT community

    Prateik Babbar’s new play, Six in which he plays a gay character for the first time, has been well appreciated by people, especially by the LGBT community. Prateik says, “I know it’s a bold choice but I wanted to portray this part. For me, it is about improving myself as an artiste.”

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    Puig eyes first-ever Olympic gold for Puerto Rico, advances to women’s singles final

    Rio de Janeiro: Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig is one win away from a first-ever Olympic gold medal for the Caribbean island after stunning two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic 6-4, 1-6, 6-3 here at the ongoing Rio Games in the women’s tennis singles semifinals. Victory against the Czech here on Friday was the 34th-ranked Puig’s second upset after Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza this week of a Grand Slam champion, reports Efe.

  • Restaurants woo foodies with tricolour treats on I-Day

    New Delhi: There are more ways than one to fly the tricolour as a host of eateries are proving, offering myriad options in saffron, white and green, special schemes and even themed ambience for an Independence Day treat.

  • How the environment shapes the mind

    Observe yourself: when you pick up your newspaper to read, which pages do you read first? Front page? Financial or stock market? International? Sports page? Or some other page?

  • Cherry picking health insurance

    Do not go buying health insurance as if you are at a year-end clearance sale. There may be offerings from best of the health insurers at never before prices. However, what do you do with a Nike that is two sizes smaller than your feet? Rather, I would say, behave as if you are at a buffet; you have paid for the buffet; now pick what suits you best in terms of your