Free Press Journal
  • 82 per cent come out to vote in Panchayat polls

    BHOPAL: The polling was upwards of 81.77 percent in the first phase of Panchayat elections 2014-15 including 82.25 percent males, 81.42 percent females and 5 percent others. Maximum 91.92 percent polling was in Biaora development block of Rajgarh district including 93.25 percent males and 90.44 percent females. Minimum 60.76 percent polling was registered in Prithvipur development block of Tikamgarh district including 58.22 percent males and 63.62 percent females. Over 90 percent polling

  • Logart clueless why BCCI upset with him

    New Delhi: Former ICC president and current Cricket South Africa (CSA) CEO, Haroon Lorgat said he is still not aware why the BCCI is upset with him.

  • Maha go down to Bhavnagar

    Mumbai: Maharashtra went down to Bhavnagar Youngsters from Gujarat 69-73 in men’s Group-B league match of the 10th Savio Cup Basketball tournament. The defeat ended Maharashtra’s run in the tournament.

  • Asthma Linked With Increased Obstructive Sleep Apnea Risk

    New York : People suffering from asthma are at an increased risk of developing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a sleep disorder associated with adversely affecting health and a higher risk of death, reports IANS.

  • CM wants flights from Colombo, Middle East to come to Bhopal

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan met Union Minister for Aviation, Ashok Gajpati on Wednesday at Delhi. Chauhan demanded expansion of air services in the state and also to provide facilities for international flight in his meeting with the Union Minister. Chauhan was accompanied by Industries Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia.


    Race for top ODI spot heats up

  • Blackberry Official Accidentally Tweets Message Via Iphone

    Washington : Blackberry’s creative director has accidentally tweeted a message for its users from the company’s official account using the competitor Apple’s iPhone, reports ANI.

  • Living In The Hills Lowers Lung Cancer Risk

    Washington  : People who live at higher altitudes are less likely to suffer from lung cancer than those who live in the plains, a new US study has claimed, reports PTI.

  • Super Highway To Freedom ….Or ?

    It is said that technology was invented to aid humanity, but today we see something else ! There is absolutely no denial over the fact that the internet indeed offers the promise of better information, easier communicationand  an enhanced  sense of community on paper. But can it be trusted to democratize societies? Well that’s a big question!! Because with all its benefits, there is also a much darker side to this magical

  • HC seeks details of bails granted to Vyapam accused

    BHOPAL : The MP High Court has asked the Special Task Force (STF) to verify all the bail orders granted in each crime under investigation or supervision of the agency and submit the report.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- There could be health issues which need attention and wild mood swings too. You might get confused as too much work pressure will be there at work place. Avoid outside food.

  • BJP Must Cap The Motormouths

    The show cause notice issued by BJP chief Amit Shah to the controversial member of Parliament, Sakshi Maharaj, who had recently implored Hindu women to produce at least four children each so as to protect Hindu religion, has come not a day too soon.

  • Wanted: Primer On Test Cricket

    A debate is raging whether India’s young skipper Virat Kohli should have shared the Man of the Series award Down Under with his Australian counterpart, Steven Smith. Another point being discussed is why India keep failing overseas even after the batsmen give them 400-plus scores in the first innings as they did in all the four Tests.

  • From the Editor's desk

    Taming Loose Cannons

    Better late than never. The BJP has sent a show-cause notice to the party MP, Sachidanand Hari Sakshi, better known as Sakhshi Mahraj, asking him to explain his public statement asking Hindu women to bear four children. The party leadership ought to have put all such loose cannons on notice long ago. But somehow it allowed the impression to grow that everyone was free to mouth inanities in the name of its

  • Opinion

    ‘Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji…’

    The BJP seems to be playing hopscotch with the nation — a kindergarten game in which the child jumps from one square to another, picks up an object and then retreats to the base. During the course of the game, the child may have to straddle two squares at the same time — one foot in the right square and the other in the left one. Occasionally, during this manoeuvre, the child