Free Press Journal
  • Detention of patients by hospitals: HC asks govt for way to solve issu

    Mumbai : Following the directions of the Bombay High Court, the State government will have to come up with a mechanism so that it can initiate strict action against doctors and hospitals that detain patients illegally due to non-payment of bills.

  • Rly to run 264 Simhastha Specials

    BHOPAL :  The railways administration is going to run 24 Mela Special trains on daily basis between April 20 and April 30 for the devotees coming for Simhastha Mela in Ujjain. As many as 264 trains would run between Ujjain, Bhopal, Bairagarh and Guna stations in the said duration. These special trains will arrive and leave from platform number 6 of Bhopal railway station. These trains would halt at all stations falling

  • Iran ends free oil shipping to India

    New Delhi : Iran, no longer under sanctions, has ended free shipping of crude oil to India and has terminated a three-year old system of getting paid for half of the oil dues in rupees, reports PTI.

  • Rock-bottom onion prices leave farmers teary-eyed

    BHOPAL :  Onion is cheaper than toffee in Madhya Pradesh. Onion, which, at one time was selling for Rs 80 per kg, is now available at rock bottom prices in the state. While earlier, onion was bringing tears into the eyes of the farmers, it is now the turn of the farmers to cry.  Onion prices have brought down governments in the country and only a couple of months back, the skyrocketing

  • Shuttlers move up

    New Delhi :  Despite losing in the opening round of the Malaysia Open Super Series Premier, Indian shuttlers K Srikanth and Ajay Jayaram moved up the ladder in the latest BWF World ranking released on Thursday. Srikanth improved a place to reach the 13th spot, while Jayaram surged three places to the 21st position.

  • Child marriages performed during mass marriage function

    Thandla/Meghnagar :  A mega mass marriage programme was organized at village Chenpura of Meghnagar development block near here on Tuesday. About 210 couples tied the nuptial knot during the programme under Mukhya Mantri Kanyadan Yojna. District in-charge minister Antar Singh Arya was the chief guest of the function. According to sources, large scale irregularities have been reported in organising the function.

  • Chacko’s twin strikes lifts Indigo to victory

    Mumbai :  Mathew Chacko’s double strikes were the highlight of Indigo FC’s fluent 2-0 win against a spirited Mumbai Warriors Under-19 in a Third Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016 and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Thursday.

  • TMC plans skating park

    Thane : Thane district would soon come up with a skating park to provide recreational facilities for youngsters. The skating park will come up at Pokhran Road-2 in Thane city and will include skating trails in the shape of a bowl, saucer and a ledge to create an international skating experience.

  • Misleading

    With its sights set on the 1962 general elections, the Congress is determined to try out every tack to capture the electorate’s imagination. And of all its tactics to mesmerise the masses the most misleading one is its foreign policy resolution, particularly the reference to China. The first part of the resolution is demonstratively hard-hitting and seemingly purposive. It reads: “The Congress reiterates and reaffirms the resolve of the people and the

  • GoM may delve into holding of simultaneous LS, assembly polls

    New Delhi : A group of ministers set up to examine an Election Commission proposal to buy new EVMs has also been mandated to examine the feasibility of holding simultaneous Lok Sabha and assembly polls in a bid to bring down the cost involved in the democratic exercise.