Free Press Journal
  • BlackBerry coming up with an alternative to WhatsApp       

    New York: BlackBerry is exploring alternatives to make working on BBM, its messaging platform, “more convenient and fun” to support users after rival WhatsApp announced to stop its support to Canadian firm’s operating system from later this year, says PTI.

  • Aggressive adults experience memory problems in old age

    New York : If you want to stay sane and not become forgetful in later life, keep calm and relax. A new study has revealed that young adults who are hostile or cope badly with stress are more likely to experience memory and thinking problems decades later, reports IANS.

  • Now, a device to zap off depression

    London : What if zapping an electric current into ears could help patients with depression? A new study has revealed a gadget that stimulates the brain when anti-depressants don’t work, reports ANI.

  • How brain handles numbers

    Washington DC : A new study has revealed that right side of our brain region responds to small numbers and the adjacent region to larger ones, says ANI.

  • Latin dance can keep you fit

    Washington DC: Latin dancing may add up to more than a fun party thing as a new study has found that a little cha cha cha or salsa is good for your heart’s health, reports ANI.

  • Meditation, sea salt help bring positivity at home

    New Delhi : Good energy plays a key role in bringing in positivity in your home. Try using sea salt, which helps in purifying the house and never keep any kind of heavy furniture in the centre of your house as it blocks off all the positive energy entering your house, says an expert. Madhu Kotiya, spiritual healer at, has shared tips to put away all the negativity from your home.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: There will be small disturbances in domestic life. At work place due to more work pressure your temper might get rise. Those in sports sector must take care of injuries.

  • Nityanand Charandas

    Holy Name:The Ultimate Saviour

    In the Puranas there is a story of one old man who was addicted to sinful activity he was very cruel person. But when he was on his death bed, at the last minute he had a change of heart.He said, “Well, why not try it? All my life I’ve seen these Vaisnavas chanting Hare Krsna. I’m going to die anyway, so I might as well try it.”

  • Yet another round of elections

    One clear infirmity in Indian politics that crept into our system following the collapse of the monolithic Congress Party in the late 60s is the recurrent State and Central elections. Even while making due allowance for the diversity and size of the country, the fact that we seem to be perennially in the election mode  does act as a constraint on the ruling parties at the Centre and in various States.

  • Kanhaiya changes political discourse

    The comparison is ridiculous. On the one side a 28-year-old young man released on a six-month bail facing sedition charges and on the other the democratically elected 64-year-old prime minister of the world’s biggest democracy voted to power with the largest majority in the last 30 years.

  • How loss of ‘Angelina Jolie’ gene leads to breast cancer

    Washington DC: A team of researchers has provided deeper insight into how the Angelina Jolie gene, BRCA1, functions in normal breast tissue and how its loss results in breast cancer, reports ANI.

  • Devguradia residents stage sit-in on heaps of garbage

    Indore : Residents of localities in Devguradia area staged a demonstration at Regal Square and later sat on heaps of garbage at the trenching ground seeking a permanent solution to the pollution caused due to repeated incidents of fire at the garbage treatment facility.

  • Forest guard trying to nab sand mafia goons crushed to death

    BHOPAL/GWALIOR : In yet another case of sand mafia, a forest guard Narendra Sharma has been crushed to death on Sunday after a tractor-trolley carrying sand illegally, overturned on him on Morena-Gwalior route on National Highway-3 under Purani Chhawni police station of Gwalior. Driver Lalla Gujar has been arrested under Section 302 of the IPC and vehicle has been seized.

  • City’s first Intl Homoeopathic Conference gets inspiring start

    Indore : A 2-day international homoeopathic conference got off to an inspiring start here at MGM Medical College auditorium on Sunday with senior doctors stating that homoeopathy provides a better treatment to many complex and incurable diseases.

  • income tax

    Tangled web of tax policies

    The Union Budget presented last week has received generally positive reviews. The financial markets have been rather exuberant. All three markets, namely the stock market, bonds and currency have gone up steeply. This is like a twenty-one gun salute to the budget proposals, and the Finance Minister is surely mighty pleased. Such a triple bounce has rarely happened after any Union Budget.

  • Merchant Navy official from Bhopal goes missing

    BHOPAL : A Merchant Navy officer Sandeep Yadav, posted at Mumbai in The Great Indian Shipping Company, went missing on March 3. The incident occurred while he was en route from Vadinar Port to Mozambique in MT Jag Pushpa Ship. His family lives at Budhwara area of the state capital.