Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Mobile recharge charged their love life

    Indore: Love is above cultural differences and customs. Ask 28-year-old sign language interpreter Navneet Kaur and 30-year-old banker Rahul Kohli. They stood together through thick and thin and proved that love triumphs all. “I never knew that someone will become a pillar of strength for me,” Navneet told Free Press. On the other hand, Rahul…

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  • Indore: Bridging cultural divide with love and trust

    Indore: Differences often bring out the best in each other if accepted wholeheartedly instead of opposing them. Celebrating cultural diversities and promoting dialogue and development of the same, United Nations sanctioned international holiday for World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development held on May 21 every year since 2001. The United Nations General…

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  • Human Dynamo: A boxer who has set eyes on Olympics

    Indore: Perhaps, you wouldn’t have heard about this sport much. Ask 26-year-old savate boxing champion Sumitra Chandravanshi who dreams of representing India in Olympics 2024 to be held in Paris, France. “Savate will be among contested sports in Olympics 2024 and hopefully I will be prepared to compete for India by then,” Sumitra told Free…

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  • International Nurses Day Today: Nursing makes us happy, we chose it to serve humanity

    Indore: Nurses, they say, are angels who help patients to recover from trauma, complex surgeries and diseases. Possessed with knowledge and skills to lend healing touch to patients, they work under tough circumstances for long hours. International Nurses Day is observed on May 12 to acknowledge their contribution to well being of all humans. Free…

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  • Rama Chouhan overcame every adversity to emerge winner

    Indore: The struggle of Rama Chouhan, a 42-year-old dress designer and beautician, is an eye opener for those who lose hope easily. Sharing her story, Rama said, “I was an ordinary girl who did not dream big and just wanted to study.” She said she was a sincere student whom teachers admired. But something went…

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  • Indore: Basketball taught this teenager lessons for lifetime

    Indore: Growing up with an elder brother, she always felt inclined towards sports and outdoor games. Lifestyle trends and fashion didn’t intrigue her much. Eighteen-year old Isha Chouhan started training for basketball at the age of six and continues to develop her skills with every game. She represented India with the team in international Pacific…

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  • Indore: A teenager who paints to show life’s brighter aspect

    Indore: Facing challenges since his birth, 14-year-old student Suraj Shukla has become a painter to make the best of possibilities available to him. Sharing his story, Suraj said, “I did not find myself to be any different than others except that I would often fall sick.” He suffered from pneumonia when he was two-month old….

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  • Indore: Keep your pets cool in summer, say experts

    Indore: With temperatures touching 43-degree Celsius mark, animals are also feeling the heat as they have low thermal tolerance. Struggling to adjust against the rising temperatures, most pets especially dogs and cats suffer from skin infections, heat strokes, hair shedding, dehydration and paw burning. Talking about common health problems of pets, veterinarians Dr Sandeep Nanavati…

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  • National Superhero Day Today: ‘Superheroes can be ordinary people, parents or relatives’  

    Indore: Batman, Superman, Captain America, Wonder Woman, Iron Man, Hulk and Spiderman are just some of the superheroes whose names we recognise instantly.  Even though they are fictional, these superheroes are great role models for children. The real-life superheroes may not have super powers but they are also great role models, who serve and protect while…

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  • Indore: Juhi Kumar became stronger with every challenge

    Indore: From a pampered child to becoming strong like a rock, 22-year-old educator Juhi Kumar triumphed hardships and became stronger with every challenge.  Sharing her story, Juhi said, “My parents did not have children till six years of their marriage, after which they had me with the help of in-vitro fertilisation.” Being the only daughter,…

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