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  • Fresh arrests in Manchester bombing raids, 13 in custody

    London, British police today conducted fresh raids in Manchester and arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with the concert bombing, taking the total number of those in custody over the attack to 13.

  • Mumbai: Unable to get over death of wife and kids, man ends life

    Mumbai: In a tragic incident, a 36-year old man Mangru Verma committed suicide after being unable to get over the death of his wife and children, who had died in a road accident. They were in a taxi being driven by Verma. Verma’s death was confirmed by the Wadala police. Verma had lost six members of his family in November 2016 in an accident on the Eastern Freeway. Apart from his wife

  • Mumbai: Maharashtra government’s Rs 46,000-crore ambitious highway project to crush Nashik vineyards

    Mumbai: Farmers of Nashik’s Shivde village around 161 km from Mumbai are known for growing grapes and in just over a decade have made a name for themselves. The village of grape growers on an average produces 1,000 tonnes of global quality table grapes and then export it to Europe, through direct purchase agreements with big companies and make profit through it.

  • Curfew, restrictions continue in Kashmir

    Srinagar, Curfew and restrictions continued in Srinagar and other places in the Kashmir Valley on Monday as authorities said “these were necessary to maintain law and order”.

  • Bhuvan Arora loves being censor free

    The Test Case actor reveals to JAIDEEP PANDEY, that he thinks short films are a blessing as people have the liberty to tell a story without censorship

  • Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor split after 17 years of marriage

    Actor-director Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor are calling it quits after 17 years of marriage. The couple, who has two children together, announced their split in a joint statement to People magazine. “With tremendous love and respect for each other, and the 18 years we spent together as a couple, we have made the decision to separate. Our priority will continue to be raising our children as devoted parents and the closest

  • Nicole Kidman getting more work than ever

    Hollywood star Nicole Kidman said she’s getting more work than ever before because she’s branched out into both movies and television. The Oscar-winning actress currently has four productions featured at Cannes Film Festival, including The Beguiled, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, How to Talk to Girls at Parties and the BBC crime drama Top of the Lake, reported Contactmusic.

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    Tiger Shroff mantras for good healthy skin

    Actor Tiger Shroff, who has been chosen to play the lead role in the Bollywood remake of Rambo, follows three mantras to maintain his fit frame and glowing skin.

  • CBSE exam results: This is how Mumbai students performed

    Mumbai: The Central Board OF Secondary Education (CBSE) examination results of the Senior Secondary Examination (Class 12th) were declared on Sunday across the country. The girls have outshone boys by showing their abilities by just not being the national topper but also in Mumbai two girls have topped this year. It was also seen majority of students who appeared for the CBSE class 12 exams were from ICSE background which made easier to them for

  • E-rickshaw driver killed for opposing public urination: Centre steps in, assures justice

    New Delhi: Condemning the brutal murder of an e-rickshaw driver in the national capital, who was beaten to death for opposing public urination, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday assured that he was personally looking into the matter and the culprits will not be spared.

  • FPJ- HEF Forum: Management education-The way ahead

    Management education has been sought after by students for decades. Now, when it is available to a much wider cross section of applicants, there are issues that need to be looked into at various levels. To discuss this, The Free Press Journal and Higher Education Forum (HEF) conducted a round table on ‘Management Education: Challenges and Way Forward’ with representatives from academic institutions as well as the industry at the Taj Lands