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  • Boys are at higher risk of developing autism

    New York : Female infants have larger volumes of grey matter around the temporal-parietal junction of the brain than males at the time of birth, a new study has found, reports IANS.

  • Infertility on the rise in industrialised countries

    London : The birth rate is declining in all industrialised countries, and socio-economic factors and women’s age are not solely to blame. Male reproductive health and environmental factors are also significant, says a new scientific review article, reports IANS.

  • Spice it up to boost brain power

    Washington DC : You may want to start spicing up your dishes as a recent study has suggested that a plant compound found in spices and herbs increases brain connections, says ANI.

  • Lukewarm response to Indori Subah

    Indore : Indori Subah, which was launched this Sunday, received a cold response from the residents. Due to the cold weather fewer people participated in the initiative of the administration.

  • Appointment files of IDA employees go missing

    Indore: This news will knit eyebrows of many. Around 170 files related to the appointments of employees have gone missing from Indore Development Authority (IDA). This information came to fore when the IDA started verifying documents pertaining to the appointments of its employees following directives from Madhya Pradesh high court. “This is true that some files related to the appointments at IDA are missing from our record room. We are searching for

  • 2 killed in road mishaps

    INDORE: A youth was killed in a road mishap in the Aerodrome area late on Saturday night. He was returning home on his motorcycle when the accident occurred.

  • Inspiration

    INSPIRATION is an inducement that stimulates the human mind. It can suddenly appear in the form of good creative ideas or insights.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- There will be some wonderful ideas and stimulating conversations with opposite sex. Business of jewellery, chemical will be profitable. Unexpected gains are likely, so invest some of them for future.

  • National Lok Adalat inaugurated

    Hoshangabad : National Lok Adalat was inaugurated by district and session Magistrate Mohammad Fahim Anwar in Hoshangabad at 10:30 am by offering flowers and lighting Diya in front of Goddess Saraswati here on Saturday.

  • Body of BSF constable found on railway track

    BHOPAL :The body of a constable, posted in Border Security Force at Hisar Haryana, was found in mutilated condition at railway tracks near Ashima Mall within the limits of Misrod police station on Sunday morning. Police reached the spot and identified the body on the basis of the documents found in the clothes of the deceased. A case has been registered and the body was sent for post-mortem examinations.

  • Docs diagnose traffic policemen suffering from lifestyle diseases

    BHOPAL : A medical check-up camp was organised on Sunday at traffic police station for the police personnel posted in traffic wing. The aim of the camp was mainly to find out how many cops were suffering from various lifestyle diseases. Since, traffic police personnel and officials are in constant contact with sun light, dust, and smoke and are affected from other kind of pollution. Dr Rakesh Bhargava examined the police personnel

  • Accused of firing evade arrest

    BHOPAL : Even after more than 24 hours of an incident of firing on three bike-borne youths near high security zone Raj Bhawan in Jehangirabad, police could still not arrest the two accused even after their identities have been ascertained.

  • FPJ Management Scholarship Awards

    The Winning Way

    The sixth annual The Free Press Journal Management Scholarships and the second annual Higher Education Forum Scholarships were awarded to the deserving winners on December 9. Shraddha Kamdar reports (more…)

  • ‘Sex education for youth can dispel several myths’

    Crimes like rape and molestation have witnessed almost a three-fold increase in Mumbai since 2010-11 raising questions over safety of women, children and senior citizens, according to a survey conducted by a city-based NGO, Praja Foundation.

  • Dilip Kumar gets Padma Vibhushan, turns emotional

    Mumbai : Ailing legendary actor Dilip Kumar, known as the “tragedy king of Bollywood”, turned emotional on Sunday when he was presented with Padma Vibhushan by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh at his residence in Bandra for his contribution to Hindi cinema spanning over six decades.

  • Govt to give reservation in ad hoc recruitments

    BHOPAL : Reservation in the state will also be given in ad hoc recruitments. Arrangements of buildings will be made in the district where AJAKS has no building for its office. This was stated by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. He said that state convention of Anusuchit Jati Evam Janjati Adhikari Karmchari Sangh (AJAKS) on 125th birth anniversary of Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar at Gwalior today.

  • Six persons arrested for gambling

    Ashta : Six persons including the operator were arrested by police in a raid while gambling at the place of Vaheed Nagori at 1 am late night.

  • Pic row: Not sure if he was Netaji, says Shastri’s son

    Hyderabad : Amid controversy that broke out following the publication of a photograph of former prime minister Lal Bahadur Shastri with a person ‘resembling’ to freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose in Tashkent, Sunil Shastri, son of the ex-PM, on Sunday said he was not very sure whether he was Netaji or not.