Free Press Journal
  • Evolution Of Consciousness

    When the soul of an animal enters the human kingdom it is the first great step on the Path of Evolution of Consciousness, writes VILOO H. ADAJANIA.

  • Pitta Dosa: The energy of biotransformation and heat generation

    Pitta is responsible for all aspects of heat, light and color in the body. It is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Tapafrom ‘Taptati itipittammeans heat or energy. The one that generates heat in the body is called Pitta. Pitta is a source of thermal energy in the body. Sometimes Pitta is translated as bile, which is one important aspect of its functions.

  • emotions

    Understanding emotions

    DR. SHRIRANG BAKHLE goes into the root of what creates happiness, sadness, fear and anger in our mind.

  • Gold glitters, gains

    Yes, it’s too early to predict; but gold has begun glittering again. And for the same reason: safe haven. When in doubt, buy gold, is what it has always been; and that’s a contagious feeling. After a lull of few years, gold is once again on the radar of those trying to find a safe store for their wealth – both individuals and countries. The lull had come because we had become

  • One Bench, One Student 

    With Kerala education minister Abdu Raab not favouring boys and girls in his state not seated together on school benches, schools in the state may soon face a serious shortage of benches, discovers V GANGADHAR. 

  • After minor’s rape, CCTVs for all civic schools in Mira-Bhayandar

    Bhayandar : Alarmed by the horrific case in which a nine-year-old girl was repeatedly raped for over a year by her teachers inside a reputed private school in Mira Road, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has decided to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in all civic schools.

  • Temperature dips as cold wave grips city

    Indore : Cold wave gripped the city once again due to chill winds blowing from northern parts of the country, on Saturday. There was sharp drop of five degree in the day temperature and the experts claim the temp may go southward in next couple of days.

  • State School Kalidas Samaroh inaugurated

    Ujjain : 16th State Level School Kalidas Samaroh was inaugurated at Mahakal Pravachan Hall, on Saturday. Minister of State for School Education Deepak Joshi announced to felicitate Sanskrit teachers on the teacher’s day.

  • 45 firms found not paying minimum wage to workers

    Indore : City business establishments like Eagle Seeds, Sagar Automobiles, and PDPL are not good pay-masters and are not paying even minimum wage. This was revealed during a special drive launched by the district administration on Saturday.

  • RTO’s No Horn Drive to be launched from Dec 1

    Indore : Concerned over increase in noise pollution in the city due to unnecessary honking of pressure horns, the Regional Transport Department has decided to launch a drive to make the city calm.

  • Boy stabbed by two

    Indore: Two juveniles stabbed another while trying to extort money from him. The victim has been admitted to a hospital. Police have registered a case and are investigating. According to Chandan Nagar police, Aman (13) son of Gaffar of Green Park Colony, was playing in the colony with his friends on Friday night when the accused and his accomplice, both juveniles, came over. The accused rounded up Aman and his friends and

  • Teach emergency care to students, teachers: CBSE

    Indore : Looking at the number of increasing emergency situations in schools, because of increasing diseases, accidents and risks, the CBSE ordered schools to impart first-aid and emergency care skills to students and teachers.

  • Good response to ‘Crime Watch’

    Indore : City police launched ‘Crime Watch’ on November 24 in order to ensure public participation in policing to rein in crimes in the city.

  • Woman panch attacked, hurt

    Indore : A woman panch was beaten up by a family in Simrol. The incident occurred when the Panch was trying to convince a family not to defecate in open and maintain hygiene standard at home.

  • 60-year-old city woman tests swine flu positive

    Indore : With one more patient tested swine flu positive on Saturday, the toll of positive cases of the dreaded disease rose to 21 since May.

  • ‘100-bn cigarette butts discarded in India yearly’

    Indore : Over 39.5 percent adults in Madhya Pradesh use tobacco in some or other form. Thus, one can guess the quantity of tobacco waste generated adversely affecting the quality of life.

  • Govt Middle School operating sans students for two months

    Indore : “Seven students enrolled in the school in July, further there were no students in the school from September,” District Education Officer Kishore Shinde said. The school and teachers were idle where there is not enough rooms for students.

  • No plans of moving out of state: Shivraj

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, speaking at a ‘Meet The Press’ programme, here on Saturday to mark the occasion of completion of his ten years as Chief Minister, said that he was happy working in the state and does not intend to move out. Chauhan said people of the state find him useful here.

  • He has led MP from darkness towards light, say BJP leaders

    BHOPAL : While the BJP leaders have showered encomiums on Shivraj Singh Chauhan on his completing 10 years as CM on November 29, the Congress, expectedly, has nothing good to say about him. He is a “Son of the Soil” in true sense, says BJP. “He can be credited with no achievement”, counters the Congress.