Free Press Journal
  • Five new ‘Drowned Apostles’ discovered

    Melbourne : Five extra limestone columns hidden way below the water have been discovered in Australia, giving a boost to the iconic tourist attraction Twelve Apostles, reports PTI.

  • Tai chi may improve cardiovascular health

    Beijing : Traditional Chinese exercises such as Tai Chi may improve the health and well-being of people living with heart disease, high blood pressure or stroke, a new study has found, reports PTI.

  • India among nations prone to cyber attacks

    Washington : When it comes to vulnerability to cyber attacks, India along with China, Russia, Saudi Arabia and South Korea is most vulnerable, says research led by an Indian-American scientist, reports IANS.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:-   You will be putting down roots and feeling more secure. You are going to crave innovation and anything that breaks up the routine. You will be surprising your partner to add some spice to your relationship.

  • Old Ways Do Not Work

    CHARLIE CHAPLIN once said: “Being a funny person does an awful lot of things to you. You feel that you should not get serious. Others don’t expect it from you and they don’t want to see it. You are stereotyped as a clown.They only want you to make them laugh.” In movies, a villain remains a villain mostly; if he wants to become a hero, the audience won’t accept it. The late

  • Vijay Mallya

    Pot calling the kettle black

    In Parliament on Thursday, the Congress Party sought to pin the blame for the flight of the fallen liquor baron Vijay Mallya on the government. It was as if Mallya was another Ottavio Quattrocchhi, the late Italian thug who had last brokered the Bofors gun deal before he was made to flee India after his presence had become embarrassing for the Gandhis, his chief patrons.

  • sri sri ravi shankar

    Sadhus and Sants as relevant as ever

    Religion and politics have gone hand in hand since time immemorial. Kings always had their advisers who guided them on matters spiritual and religious. Occasionally, they differed and history is replete with instances where it was the latter who came to grief.  In India too, monarchs had priests by their side; our scriptures and myths too are replete with instances.

  • High stakes for Rahul and BJP

    The outcome of the upcoming elections in four states and a union territory — West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry — will be known on May 19, by when Narendra Modi Government will be completing two years in office. Though BJP is not a ruling party in any of these States, stakes are high for party chief Amit Shah. Ditto for Rahul Gandhi, for his Congress party helming Assam and

  • Commotion over reservations again; Cong stages walkout

    BHOPAL : Dissatisfied with the reply of the Legislative Affairs Minister Narottam Mishra on the issue of the controversial question regarding caste-based reservations in the question paper of the twelfth class examination conducted by the MPBSE, the main opposition Congress staged a walk-out from the House on Thursday.  After the Minister’s statement, Congress MLA Ramnivas Rawat demanded action against ‘Vidhyochit Adhikari’ of MP Board of Secondary Education.  He also said all students should

  • Time to break the Women’s Bill jinx

    The demand for  revival of the jinxed Women’s Reservation Bill is raising its head once again with the chorus now led by none other than Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, who revived it on Tuesday in Parliament. She was instrumental in getting the bill passed in Rajya Sabha six years ago but could not get it through the Lok Sabha. Ironically, the Bill providing for one-third quota for women in legislatures has broad

  • Cell nabs 8 college students for obscene messages

    Indore: We Care for You Cell nabbed eight college students for posting obscene messages on a WhatsApp group of their college buddies which included girls. According to the We Care for You Cell officials, a girl residing in Annapurna Area filed a complaint with the cell on Wednesday. In her complaint, she stated that she was a student of MGM College and some of her college mates had formed a WhatsApp group in which she

  • IGRMS showcases socio-cultural diversity of India

    BHOPAL : Central regional centre, Anthropological Survey of India (AnSI), Nagpur in collaboration with Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya mounted a special exhibition showcases the Bio-cultural History of the people of India entitled as “People of India”.

  • Kapil would love to have Modi on his show; Kanhaiya a no-no

    BHOPAL : Well-known stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma has said that he would like to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi but not JNUSU chief Kanhaiya Kumar to his talk show. Sharma was talking to media persons at a city hotel here on Thursday.

  • “Aaj biraj mein Holi re rasiya’

    BHOPAL : Holi, Badhai and Dadra songs were presented by Munnalal Tomar with his troupe here on Thursday- the second three-day ‘Rangkriti Utsav-2016’ at the  Ravindra Bhawan Auditorium, which mesmerised the audience. The programme is being organised by Rangkriti Theatre Group, Bhopal in association with ministry of  culture and Directorate of  Culture MP.

  • How to beat the weather blues

    Indore : With the temperature swinging from high to low and sudden changes in humidity, the risk of catching infections has increased. While taking care of children’s health is crucial throughout the year, it becomes essential that children do not fall sick during examinations.

  • Bhamashah award ceremony on Sunday

    BHOPAL : A state-level function ‘Bhamashah Samman Samaroh’ will be organised on March 13 at Samanvaya Bhawan, New Market. The award aims to felicitate businessmen who have deposited highest tax. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan would be the chief guest and the prizes for the year 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 would be given. Finance Minister Jayant Mallaiya would preside over the function. A sum of Rs 5 lakh would be given to the

  • 2-day national conference on service sector begins at BSSS

    BHOPAL: A two-day national conference, sponsored by the University Grant Commission (UGC), on the topic ‘Redefining the service sector – Challenges and opportunities, was inaugurated on Thursday at The Bhopal School of Social Sciences. The conference is being organised by the department of management, BSSS.