Free Press Journal
  • There goes my weekend

    Lie-ins at the weekend can make you feel sleepier on Monday.

  • Fast News

    Rahul to visit Amethi today

  • 7 Inspectors suspended for not following transfer orders

    Taking strict action against the police inspectors who have not followed the transfer orders, Director General of Police Nandan Dube, on Wednesday suspended seven inspectors.

  • India and Canada to fast-track nuke deal

    New Delhi : India and Canada – an energy giant and member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group – on Wednesday decided to fast-track the remaining procedures to implement their civil nuclear deal and agreed to step up cooperation in the area of oil and gas.

  • Govt team to hear out Omkareshwar oustees today

    BHOPAL : A high- level committee will hear the grievances of Omkareshwar Project Affected Families on Thursday at Omkareshwar. The hearing would start at NVDA Rest House in Omkareshwar from 11.00 AM onwards Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had announced to set up a highlevel grievance hearing committee on September 10 in a press conference at Bhopal.

  • Govt has land for industries, not for oustees

    The government has land for industries but not for the people who have been displaced due to dams. The reason behind this is the economic policy of the governments under which an attempt is on to let big companies control all resources of the country. These resources are directly connected to agriculture and farmers and the farmer are at the receiving end as they have been deprived of these resources.

  • Cong slams TC, says it can go alone in Bengal

    Kolkata :   Alleging that alliance partner Trinamool Congress was trying to politically finish off the Congress in West Bengal, the party’s state unit Wednesday said it was capable of fighting elections alone.

  • CM to flag off Ajmer pilgrims today

    BHOPAL: The second train under Mukhya Mantri Teerth Darshan Yojna leave for Ajmer Sharif on September 13.

  • Now you know why Indian kids are relatively healthy

    Los Angeles : Actress Gwyneth Paltrow says she cannot shelter children from germs and actually thinks it is beneficial for kids to be exposed to muck. “When they get home from school, I ask them to wash their hands but I think it’s good for them to be in dirt and germs because that’s how you build an immune system – by getting sick,” quoted Paltrow as saying.

  • Boundary walls of 3 marriage walls razed

    Despite the initial protest of MLA Jitendra Daga, the anti- encroachment squad of Bhopal Municipal Corporation ( BMC) demolished boundary walls of three marriage halls between SehoreNakka and Bhaisakhedi under Khujuri Sadak police station on Wednesday.

  • Did India know of kill osama mission?

    The flight path taken by the US choppers has triggered a debate in the cyber world whether the Indian govt had advance knowledge about the Abbottabad mission and whether the US had sought and was granted permission to use Indian airspace

  • Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of heart attacks

    People with low levels of serum vitamin D are at higher risk of myocardial infarction and ischemic heart disease, a new study has claimed. Researchers at Copenhagen University Hospital in Denmark found that vitamin D levels in the blood were inversely associated with risk of these heart conditions.

  • China’s heir-apparent missing since Sept 1?

    Washington : Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping, the heir apparent to the country’s leadership, has not been seen in public since Sep 1, giving rise to rampant speculation about his possible whereabouts, media reports said. Xi went missing at a sensitive moment, as the 18th Congress of the Communist Party, expected to elevate him to the top position of general secretary, is due to be held within weeks, though, curiously, no date

  • Fiji gets new Indian beauty queen

    Suva (Fiji) : It was a dream come true for 20-year-old Sheryl Kumar, who was crowned Miss India Fiji 2012 at a glittering ceremony in Suva.

  • Pak shoe factory blaze simmers, toll over 300

    Karachi/Islamabad : A pair of devastating fires engulfed a garment factory in Karachi and a shoe unit in Lahore killing at least 314 people, including women and children, in one of the worst industrial accidents in Pakistan.

  • IPhone 5 to boost US economy

    A research report published by JP Morgan forecasted that sales of Apple Inc.’s upcoming model of iPhone might rise almost one quarter and one half a percentage point to 4Q yearly US gross domestic product growth this year.

  • One half, of two and a half men, still angry

    Los Angeles : Actor Charlie Sheen got so angry with Apple’s non-sharing policy, that he threw his iPAD on the wall. “He (Steve Jobs) advanced our society but he kind of left us in a little prison.” quoted Sheen as saying.

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