Free Press Journal
  • Gold bond tranche opens on Jan 18, other plan nets 500 kg

    New Delhi : After a moderate first tranche, the second tranche of sovereign gold bond scheme, aimed at reducing demand for physical gold, will open for five days next week even as the other monetisation scheme netted in 500 kg of idle household and temple gold into government fold.

  • Boss can pry on your private chats now

    Melbourne : Employees in Europe now need to be careful about who they communicate with during working hours, using the company’s computer, reports ANI.

  • India tops Asia in sending scientists, engineers to US

    Washington : India continued its trend of being the top country of birth from Asia for immigrant scientists and engineers in US, with 950,000 out of the continent’s total 2.96 million, according to a new report, says PTI.

  • Coffee may help you stick to fitness regime

    London : For people struggling to stick to their fitness plans, a simple cup of coffee may help, a new study suggests, according to PTI.

  • Decoded: How we play memories in fast forward

    Washington : Ever wondered how you can recall a recent event in a fraction of the time it took you to live it? Scientists may have the answer.

  • Workplace flexibility benefits employees: study

    Washington DC : A new research has shown that workers at a Fortune 500 company who participated in a pilot work flexibility program voiced higher levels of job satisfaction and reduced levels of burnout and psychological stress than employees within the same company who did not participate, says ANI.

  • Situation in Manawar returning to normal

    MANAWAR : The life in Manawar town has been returning to fast normal as no untoward incident was reported on the third day, after violence broke out during a religious procession two days ago.

  • Trains cancelled due to fog restored

    BHOPAL : Railway Ministry has decided to restore the running of as many as 6 trains following less impact of fog. Earlier, the ministry had cancelled several trains between January 8 and February 29 due to fog.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Today you would do well to avoid any tough situation. Your trustworthiness will be highly appreciated. A short business trip is likely for some. Those in agriculture business will do well.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Self as a Friend

    LONELINESS is not liking yourself and inability to get on with yourself when you are alone. You are more comfortable in the company of those who write your life’s script, the role you have to play, the words you have to utter, the dress you have to wear and the environment in which you have to live. The reality is that you are going to spend most of your time with yourself

  • Traffic cops organising ‘Nukkad Nataks’ to give message of road safety

    Ujjain : In the ‘Road safety week’ traffic cops of the city are organising several activities in different schools and also performing ‘Nukkad Nataks’ to spread awareness of traffic rules among the denizens of the city. An essay writing and painting competition was organised in this row for school students at Grand Hotel on Thursday.

  • Talks in limbo as Pak dithers

    So the talks about the talks will have to wait till there is clarity about the arrest of Masood Azhar, the leader of the terror outfit, Jaish-e-MohammEd, which was behind the Pathankot attack. On Wednesday evening several TV channels, quoting a section of the Pakistani media, speculated wildly over the arrest of Azhar. Since the foreign secretary-level talks were originally scheduled to begin in Islamabad on Friday, January 15, there was keen

  • MP has immense growth potential: Shivraj Singh Chauhan

    BHOPAL :  Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that ancient and great country India is transforming rapidly. Economic growth rate is increasing and policy paralysis has ended. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has implemented novel programmes like Make in India, Skill India, Digital India, Clean India and Start-up India. Now, India is marching ahead with renewed enthusiasm and vigour. Chauhan was addressing a business seminar in Singapore on Thursday.

  • Bike-lifter nabbed, six two-wheelers recovered

    Indore : Bhawar Kuan police have nabbed a vehicle thief and recovered half-a-dozen stolen two-wheelers from his possession. The accused was reportedly nabbed during a beat patrolling.