Free Press Journal
  • Life is a beach

    With the tranquil and serene feel of the beaches, many consider them to be the perfect gateway to relax and unwind. Here we bring to you the top ten Travellers Choice 2013 Winners.

  • Savour this rare sight, it won’t happen again!

    Castel Gandolfo (Italy) : Newly-crowned Pope Francis flew in to a Papal residence near Rome on Saturday for an unprecedented encounter with “Pope emeritus” Benedict XVI – the first time a Pontiff has met his predecessor in 600 years.

  • Aussies embrace sledging in Test comeback!

    New Delhi : Sparks flew thick and fast between Ravindra Jadeja and David Warner as the two players found themselves involved in an ugly spat during the second day’s play of the fourth and final Test here today.

  • Priya Dutt talks of moving state Guv for pardon

    New Delhi : Congress MP from North Central Mumbai Priya Dutt has indicated that it is only logical that they will explore the option of seeking pardon from the Maharashtra governor for her brother Sanjay Dutt.

  • Miffed Mulayam turns LK admirer

    Uses the BJP patriarch’s comments to lash out at his son Akhilesh for tarnishing the image of the SP govt.

  • DCP shoots self as wife, kids watched

    Mumbai : In a shocking incident, a deputy commissioner of police (DCP) attached with the state Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), committed suicide by shooting himself in the head on Saturday afternoon.

  • Jain Sadhvi beating up case turns mysterious, four accused arrested

    BHOPAL: The incident, in which a Jain Sadhvi was molested, beaten up and thrown from the roof of a house by some people in Bhind recently, has turned mysterious following the statement of her kin. Father of the Sadhvi in a statement to the police, said her daughter was beaten up at the house of his neighbour Ashok Dhobi.

  • 4- year- old boy falls into water tank, dies

    BHOPAL: A four- year- old child who fell into an open water tank near his house at Gandhi Nagar on Saturday evening died. The incident took place while the boy was playing. The police registered a case and sent the body for postmortem.

  • Welcome new entrants to party with open arm: CM

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan called upon the party workers to welcome the new entrants in the party with an open arm. Many non- BJP leaders are trying to join BJP because of the party’s positive thinking so at local level, party leaders should welcome them with an open ark. ” We have to think that the BJP which is a worker- based party has become a party of masses,” he

  • Lawyers advising clients on how to evade law: Justice Patnaik

    Bhopal: Referring to numerous private companies facing prosecution for violation of laws, Justice AK Patnaik said a thinking had developed amongst some sections of legal practitioners and law officers that their job is to advise their clients or their employers how best to evade the law. Such advice may benefit the client or employer in short run but it is bound to bring in disastrous consequences for clients as well as the

  • Minor girl ‘ abducted’

    BHOPAL: A 17- year- old girl was reportedly abducted by Sonu Sen from New Shiv Nagar. A complaint has been lodged at the Piplani police station on Saturday. Earlier, the relatives of the minor girl had lodged a complaint of missing for the same girl with same police station on March 17. But on Saturday, the relatives of the minor approached police station and registered a complaint of abduction against the accused.

  • ‘ Crores came to Kumbh but not a single crime was committed’

    BHOPAL: Minister for Higher Education Laxmikant Sharma has said that State government would take initiative to institute an international award of Rs 50 lakh in name of Swami Vivekanand. He was addressing a function held to mark 150 birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand at Samanvay Bhawan on Saturday.

  • Two commit suicide in different places in city

    BHOPAL: Two committed suicide in two different incidents by hanging themselves at Misrod and Bairasiya areas late Friday night. Misrod and Bairasiya police registered cases and started investigation. In the first incident, Misrod police said Jatin ( 19), son of Prabhat Kumar, resident of Mahindra Greenwood Town in Misrod was a student of Class 12 in a private school in the city. The father of the deceased is

  • Getting Salary Vs Being a Consultant

    What would you choose to be; A salaried employee or a consultant? Let’s presume that the top-line i.e. your income will be just the same and that your employer is open to this choice. Read with caution: Note that this facility is possible only in private sector employment and is not open to employees of all private sector companies. You cannot normally ask for this facility in large companies which employ a huge

  • Serials Vs Movies on TV

    Films don’t come cheap and aren’t delivering good ratings. In contrast, fiction costs a fraction and delivers better numbers and return on investment. Why do channels keep showing movies? A L CHOUGULE explains the logic.

  • Improved skills, latest tech help docs immensely: Bhatia

    Indore: A ‘ continued medical education’ ( CME) programme was organised by Indian Medical Association ( IMA), Indore branch, in association with Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital at IMA’s MOG Lines premises, on Saturday. Eminent doctors of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital addressing the function stated that advanced techniques and instruments in the field of spine surgery, liver transplantation and congenital heart surgery have made

  • Defensive medicine, coming soon to a clinic near you

    Defensive medicine can be in the form of excessive tests, procedures, or visits by doctors to primarily to reduce their exposure to legal liabilities, writes DR. JAY DESAI. Doctors, once held in high esteem, are now often approached with scepticism or even disdain by Indian patients. The doctor-patient relationship in India is rapidly changing. One of the most important aspects of this evolution is an exponential increase in the number of medical negligence

  • Naked protest by farmers

    Indore: Protesting against the proposed residential scheme by Madhya Pradesh Housing Board ( MPHB), farmers of Palakhedi village staged a demonstration in seminude state before Environment Minister Jayant Malaiya and Principal Secretary Iqbal Singh Bais here at Indore Development Authority ( IDA) on Saturday.