Free Press Journal
  • Anganwadi children’s attendance through SMS soon

    Indore : The attendance of Anganwadi children via SMS will start soon in all the Anganwadi centers to maintain transparency and to give a proper update of Anganwadi children to the child development department.

  • IAA Olive Crown awards backs advertisers for their efforts in environmental sustainability

    Mumbai:  “It’s time we act upon keeping our environment safe and green. We need to address the challenges and accept our responsibilities. We need to let people know what we stand for and work on the theme of consciousness and sustainability,” said Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy while speaking as Chief Guest at the India Chapter of International Advertising Association (IAA) Olive Crown Awards

  • Comfort Foods Can Make You Feel Socially Connected

    New York : Besides satisfying your appetite, the food that you love the most can also make you feel connected socially when you feel lonely, says a study, reports IANS.

  • Personalised Meds On Way For Cancer

    Kolkata : Paving the way for personalised medicine, Indian scientists have identified for the first time various genetic alterations found in prostate cancer patients in the country, a development that could aid clinicians diagnose, decide and select the most effective and precise therapy for the person.

  • Oz storm to Cup glory

    Return to the pinnacle in style with Kiwi demolition in title duel at MCG (more…)

  • MRI May One Day Replace Biopsy

    New York : A new imaging technique that shows the difference between normal and cancerous cells may one day make biopsies a thing of the past, reports IANS.

  • Roaring Vettel stuns Mercedes

    Sepang : Sebastian Vettel stunned Mercedes’ world champion Lewis Hamilton on Sunday with an audacious Malaysian Grand Prix victory which set the Formula One season alight. The Ferrari man took advantage of an early safety car as he hit the front and held off Hamilton and Nico Rosberg after pitting only twice, compared to three for the Mercedes pair.

  • Robbers stab ATM security guard

    Indore : Robbers tried to break an ATM on Sunday morning. The security guard on duty confronted the robbers but they stabbed him and fled the scene.

  • Police stations’ phone remains dead

    Mhow : For a long time non-working phone of the town and Pithampur police stations are leading to acute trouble for the citizens. Even after dialing no 100, the complaints do not get received.

  • Music Activates Genes For Learning

    London : Playing music by professional musicians can enhance the activity of genes involved in motor functions learning and memory, a new study has found, reports IANS.

  • Clarke passes baton on triumphant note

    Melbourne : In a dream farewell, Michael Clarke retired from ODIs after leading Australia to their fifth World Cup title, scoring a match-winning 74 in his swansong appearance to get a standing ovation from a 93,000-strong crowd at the MCG.

  • Pacemaker That Can Treat Heart Block In A Foetus

    New York : In a first, researchers have designed a fully implantable micropacemaker for use in a foetus with complete heart block, reports IANS.

  • Decoding the National Pension System

    Budget 2015 brought the National Pension System (NPS) back into the limelight by announcing an additional deduction of Rs. 50,000 for the same. But before going into those details, let us first understand what NPS is all about.

  • O P Chains SME IPO opens today

    O P Chains Ltd. (OPCL) is a north centric Bullion dealer of Gold and Silver and other precious metals specializing in bars and coins of various precious metals like Gold and Silver. It offers wholesale delivery of bullion to domestic users i.e. ornament manufacturers, goldsmiths, jewellers and semi-wholesalers.

  • Facebook Tests Laser Drones In British Skies

    London : If Facebook has its way, there would soon be huge solar-powered drones — with the wingspan of a commercial airliner — beaming down internet in the remotest of areas, reports IANS.

  • Perez-Hulkenberg finish ‘out of points’ in Malaysia

    Sepang : Sahara Force India drew a blank from the Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix after Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg finished 13th and 14th at the Sepang International Circuit on Sunday.

  • Argentina win without Messi

    Washington : Argentina rested superstar Lionel Messi but were still too powerful for El Salvador in a 2-0 friendly win over the Central American minnows at Fedex Field on Sunday.

  • Fans cheer for Sachin

    Melbourne : He doesn’t enthral with his willow anymore but Sachin Tendulkar got one of the loudest cheers at the presentation ceremony of the World Cup final as he shared the stage with bigwigs of world cricket.