Free Press Journal
  • Porn addiction can hamper mental health

    New York: Are you hooked on to porn in a way that you feel you cannot control the urge to watch it? If yes, the mere idea of porn addiction can make you sick, says a new study, reports IANS.

  • Man dies in road mishap

    Ujjain: A middle aged man died in a road mishap that occurred on the Indore-Ujjain highway here on Monday. The deceased lost control over his speeding motorcycle while on his way to Indore. The deceased was identified as Balaram son of Lalaram, a resident of Petlawad. The Nanakheda police have registered a case.

  • Depression gene has ‘silver lining’

    Washington DC: As per a recent study, people with a certain type of gene are more deeply affected by their life experiences, reports ANI.

  • Civic body comes down on the mandals that flouted norms

    Mumbai  : Just a day after the Anant Chaturdashi, when Mumbaikars immersed Ganesh idols marking an end to the ten day long Ganesh festival, the BMC has come down heavily on mandals who failed to toe the line of guidance during the festival. Within a single day, the BMC sent notices to around 350 Ganesh mandals which had constructed their pandals without the requisite permissions from the civic body and the traffic police.

  • DAVV to carry out surprise inspections at colleges to check ragging menace

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) which at present conducts surprise inspections only at its hostels to check incidents of ragging would now go beyond the hostels. It will now carry out surprise inspections at colleges too to contain the menace.

  • FB post, ‘None of your business’, gets global attention

    New York : A woman’s Facebook outburst against unsolicited queries about 20-and-30 somethings’ plans to have children went viral over the weekend, drawing attention from international media, reports IANS.

  • DAVV to merge 3 academic sessions for next year’s convocation

    Indore : While the date of this year’s convocation ceremony is yet to be finalised, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Monday said that the ceremony to be conducted next year would be the biggest one.

  • MPPSC discovers technical glitch in trial run

    Indore : Madhya Pradesh PSC discovered a technical glitch during trial run of the application built to conduct computer-based exam.

  • Youth killed in Sanver road mishap

    Indore : A 22-year-old youth was killed in a road mishap at Sanwer Road on Sunday night. He was going towards Ujjain on his bike when another bike hit him. Police have registered a case against the errant bike-rider and are trying to trace him.

  • Creativity could make you dishonest

    New York : Do you think you are special because you are creative? Well, this sense of entitlement can have some unpleasant side-effects, such as turning you into a liar and making you steal at the workplace, says a new study, reports IANS.

  • Three arrested for looting labourer

    Indore : The police have arrested three persons in connection with looting a labourer on September 26 near Bima Hospital.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- For your noble deeds you will be held in high esteem in your social circle. Relationship with opposite sex will be improving. Travelling is on the cards for business.

  • Meera’s Longing For Krishna

    MORE than four fifths of Meerabai’s songs have the thread of VIRAHA woven through them. This condition as reflected in Bhakti yoga may be defined as – “ a state in which the devotee who has already undergone peak divine experiences finds himself at a loss, due to a feeling of separation from proximity to the divine. He thus experiences anguish due to discontentment and an intense longing for union.

  • Struggling Chelsea seek comfort in Europe

    Porto :  In the midst of a frustrating start to the season, Jose Mourinho returns to Portugal today as Chelsea face his old side FC Porto in the Champions League.

  • Syrian girl cries as refugees and migrants arrive on the shore of the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey on Monday. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the European Union's decision to inject $1 billion to help countries overwhelmed by Syrian refugees, but said more must be done to relocate migrants.

    Over 8,000 refugees arrive in Austria

    Vienna: Over 8000 refugees have arrived in Austria through the Balkan route, which starts in Turkey and ends in Europe, the media reported on Monday. According to sources, most of the refugees arriving in Austria gained access through the Nickelsdorf crossing at the Hungarian borders, EFE news reported. The influx of refugees continued through to Monday, when at least 2,000 people crossed.

  • Hillary invites ‘Dragon’ ire

    Beijing : China on Monday criticised Hillary Clinton calling her ‘biased’, after the US Democratic presidential candidate accused President Xi Jinping of hypocrisy for hosting a UN event championing women’s rights while punishing feminists in his own country.