Free Press Journal
  • Egyptian parliamentary candidates rejected for drug use

    Cairo: Egypt’s High Elections Committee (HEC) has announced that many of those hoping to run in next month’s parliamentary elections were rejected because they tested positive to drug use, the media reported.

  • Hamidia Hospital to get Rs 1.5cr for combating swine flu, dengue

    BHOPAL : In view of spurt in cases of swine flu and dengue in the state capital, Hamidia Hospital is likely to receive Rs 1.5 crore for making better arrangements for the treatment of swine flu and dengue. The proposed fund will be granted for the purchase of six ventilators for swine flu ward, four ventilators for dengue patients, six multi-parameters, infusion pumps and medicines. Dr DK Pal, superintendent, Hamidia Hospital, said

  • OIl price high

    China crude oil output rises

    Beijing: Crude oil output in China reached 18.3 million tonnes in August, a year on year increase of 4.9 percent, data from the top economic planner showed on Tuesday.

  • Jose Mourinho helped me evolve as a player: Oscar

    London: Chelsea Football Club midfielder Oscar heaped praise on manager Jose Mourinho, saying the latter developed his career in the club and helped him evolve as a player.

  • Body of middle-aged man recovered from nullah

    BHOPAL: The sensation prevailed among locals after body of a middle-aged man was recovered from a nullah near Khushbu Park within the limits of Shyamla Hills police station on Monday evening.

  • Cops deny 4 prisoners escaping from Bajaria police station

    BHOPAL : Although Station Bajaria TI, T Sapre denied of incident that four miscreants who were brought to police station for quizzing escaped from lockup on Saturday night, whereas on the other hand police team raided every possible hideout in their search till late Sunday night.

  • Police arrest bus conductor for thrashing visually challenged man

    BHOPAL : A conductor of a low-floor bus running between Kolar to Karond misbehaved with a blind man and later assaulted him on Bhadbhada Road near MP Tourism Department office on Monday evening. Later the matter was reported to Kamla Nagar police station where a case was registered against the accused and he was nabbed.

  • Banned Korean swimmer Park Tae-hwan to train in Japan

    Seoul: South Korean swimming ace Park Tae-hwan will train in Japan while he is serving a doping ban. The Olympic champion on Monday left for Tokyo to train at Hosei University and will stay in the Japanese capital until December, reports Xinhua. Park was handed an 18-month ban by swimming world governing body FINA in March after testing positive for testosterone the previous fall. Under FINA’s anti-doping policy, the 2008 Olympic 400 metres

  • I am a rebel: Kristen Stewart

    London: “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart says she is a rebel, who follows her own mind.

  • Gina Rodriguez splits with Henri Esteve?

    Los Angeles: “Jane the Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez has reportedly split from her boyfriend of over one year, actor Henri Esteve.

  • Ryan Reynolds betrayed by lifelong friend

    Los Angeles: Actor Ryan Reynolds says he was betrayed by a lifelong friend who “had been shopping pictures” of his daughter James.

  • WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter exempted from purview of National Encryption Policy

    New Delhi : The Department of Electronics and Information Technology on Tuesday said that social media websites and applications will be exempted from the purview of the National Encryption Policy. A proposed addendum to the policy said, the mass-use encryption products, which are currently being used in web applications, social media sites and social media applications such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter are being exempted from the purview of the draft National Encryption Policy. The

  • US- India must believe that they are nations of innovation and opportunity: John Kerry

    Washington : Describing the Strategic and Commercial Dialogue that would be taking place between the United States and India today as one the most important with any country on the planet, Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that both the United States and India must believe and also be seen as countries of innovation and opportunity.

  • Aerobic exercise

    Targeting exercise doesn’t reduce effects of prolonged sitting

    Washington DC : A new study has found that targeting physical activity and increasing the level of exercise doesn’t make any great difference to reduce prolonged sitting, rather one should concentrate on decreasing the sitting time.

  • Arrest

    Briton charged for intruding into track

    Singapore: A British man who walked across the track during the Singapore grand prix was charged in court today for committing a “rash act” that endangered the lives of drivers.