Free Press Journal
  • World Honey Bee Day today: There is need for more honey-made dishes

    Indore: Whether it is delicious honey or pollination of flowers, honey bees are essential to our environment and survival. Recognising their role in our lives, third Saturday of August is observed as World Honey Bee Day. Free Press came across people who feel use of honey should be explored further. Perfect natural blend “I am…

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  • Indore: Independence Day means India first

    Indore: On Independence Day, many groups and families are organising celebrations with cycle ride, decoration projects and short trips on Wednesday. However, children appear most enthusiastic. Talking about his excitement, eight-year-old student Abu Baker said, “I am proud to be an Indian and I want to celebrate Independence Day with all Indians.” He has organised…

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  • Cuddle Corner: A doctor who is an animal lover to core

    Indore: Gynaecologist Dr Usha Shrivastava is an animal lover. She takes care of her dog with hearing and vision impairment. The dog named Chotu has lived longer than average survivors and is 18 years old now. Talking about her love for animals, Usha said, “An animal has stronger sense of love and feelings than most…

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  • Have nutrients in right measure to stay fit in monsoon: Dieticians

    Indore: With monsoon rain playing hide and seek, weather is taking a toll on health of residents. They are approaching doctors with complaints of food poisoning, indigestion and other infection. Free Press talked to dieticians to know ways for maintaining health in monsoon, which is also a season of fasting. Excerpts Boost your health during…

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  • Human Dynamo: Indore cardiologist who left fame, position to join family

    Indore: With his achievements ranging from managing one of the biggest hospitals in Nepal to saving life of Nepal’s former king Gyanendra Shah, this 51-year-old cardiologist has earned pride for the city and his family. Meet Dr Bharat Rawat, whose patients include popular faces like, former Indian Prime Minister IK Gujral, former Prime Minister of…

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  • Twisted Diaries: A life full of turns that finally led to happiness

    Indore: From memories of watching birds to escaping violence in Kashmir overnight, 51-year-old Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya’s School of Management director Rajeev Shukla has amusing tales that show twisted nature of life. Sharing his experience with Free Press, Shukla said he was born and brought up in Ujjain. “In 1960s and 1970s, life was peaceful…

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  • Respect for Parents Day today: Parents are like god who work for our betterment

    Indore: No matter how much do we quarrel with them, parents stand by our side and work towards our betterment in every possible way. Understanding their needs and caring for parents become essential after they retire from their vocation. Recognising importance and contribution of their parents, people shared their stories and feelings with Free Press…

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  • Gautampura: A place of unexplored beauty

    Indore: Wanderlust consumes most people as monsoon sets in. To help you enjoy this pleasant weather, Free Press takes you to unexplored quick getaway from Indore. Located at 62.6 kilometres from Free Press office, Gautampura is a town in Depalpur district with farms and unexplored places. These places cannot be traced on Google and therefore…

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  • Cousins Day observed: Cousins are best friends who help you overcome troubles

    Indore: While siblings teach the art of loving, teasing and celebrating everything together, cousins are our first friends that remain with us as friends forever. Even though most families have become nuclear, friendship among cousins continues and blossoms whenever get-togethers are organised. Observed on July 24, Cousins Day is an important day to reconnect with…

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  • Indore: Closed school allotted to student under RTE Act, shocked parents to approach collector

    Indore: Parents’ hopes of providing their child proper education through Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE) were dashed when they discovered that the allotted school under the Act has closed and its building has become a property for investment for new owners.  The building is located at Ahilya Mata Colony…

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