Free Press Journal
  • Sahaj hospital finds modern techniques to fight knee problems

    Indore : Arthros center, Sahaj Hospital has come up with modern techniques to get rid of knee problems. Dr. Vinay Tantuway and his team have successfully performed a modern knee surgery using ‘high tibial osteotomy technique’ with the help of kick navigation system.

  • CBI takes Shivhare on remand

    BHOPAL : Ramesh Shivhare, one of the kingpins of the Vyapam Scam was handed over to the CBI on a five-day remand by the High Court Jabalpur. He was arrested by in a joint operation by CBI and Uttar Pradesh police on Wednesday.

  • Jyoti dazzles as five meet records set

    Mumbai : In a battle of twin sisters, Jyoti Patil out-paced Aarti to win the 100m breaststroke event with record-breaking effort in the girls 15-17 age group section on the opening day of the Glenmark-GMAAA Sub-junior and junior Aquatic meet, sponsored by Glenmark Aquatic Foundation at Tata Swimming Pool, Chembur on Friday.

  • Skilling India in Gems & Jewellery: IIGJ signs MoU with Welingkar

    Indian Institute of Gems & Jewellery (IIGJ) Mumbai, a project of the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council of India (GJEPC), has introduced a 3 Year Graduate Program in Jewellery Design & Manufacturing Techniques with an introduction to Management studies in collaboration with Welingkar Institute of Management.

  • Simran topples top seed Arthi to win title

    Mumbai :  Maharashtra’s Simran Kejriwal, seeded third, contined to have a dream run as she toppled top seed Arthi Muniyam of Tamil Nadu 7-5,6-4 in the women’s singles final of the Yonex-Chembur Gymkhana All India women’s tennis tournament, hosted by Chembur Gymkhana on Friday.

  • Cell nabs youth for harassing minor girl

    Indore : We Care for You cell officials nabbed a youth who was harassing a minor girl. Accused allegedly threatened the girl of dire consequences to force her into friendship with him.

  • Rajnath alleges ‘cover up’ in student rape-murder

    Thiruvananthapuram:  Stoking a controversy, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday alleged that the Congress-led UDF government in Kerala was trying to “cover up” the brutal rape and murder of a Dalit law student even as the Centre expressed willingness to order a CBI probe into the incident.

  • Hoping for podium finish at Rio: Sindhu

    Mumbai : With two back-to-back bronze medals in world championships adorning her list of achievements, Rio-bound Indian shuttler P V Sindhu says she will consider it a bigger feat if she could climb the podium on debut during the Olympic Games in August.

  • NJGB opens new branch at Pipliyahaha

    Indore: Narmada Jhabua Gramin Bank (NJGB) has opened a new branch at Piplyahana, Indore   on Wednesday.

  • Infant dies in Doda, doctor suspended

    Bhaderwah (J&K) : A toddler died due to alleged negligence of a government doctor in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir following which he was suspended. 18-month-old Sumreena Bano was on Thursday taken to the clinic run by paediatric specialist Dr Rattan Singh Manhas in Doda for treatment, Shaheda Begum, mother of the infant, said.

  • Djoko, Rafa, Murray into Madrid quarters

    Madrid : World number one Novak Djokovic racked up his 30th win of a dominant season with a 6-2 6-1 destruction of Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut to reach the Madrid Masters quarter-finals on Thursday.

  • Sania-Martina into final

    Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis produced a rampaging form as they stormed into the Madrid Masters final in the women’s doubles event here on Friday.

  • Amul plans to invest Rs 2500 cr

    Mumbai :  GCMMF along with the federation of cooperatives plans to further augments its milk processing capacity from the current 28 mld to 32 mld by 2020.

  • CNG fuelling facilities enough to meet increase in demand

    The currently installed CNG compression capacity of Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) totaling above 70 lakh kg per day in Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad, is enough to meet the growth in demand of CNG in these cities as a result of the recent decision of Supreme Court of India mandating usage of CNG in all taxis operating in the region.

  • Equitas Holdings net jumps 28% to Rs 47 crore

    Mumbai:  Financial services firm Equitas Holdings, which went public last month, today announced a 28 % growth in net profit to Rs 46.8 crore in the three months to March.  Total income rose 49 % to Rs 320.2 crore in the fourth quarter.

  • Man stabbed, looted

    Indore : A man was stabbed and robbed of his valuables and cash late on Thursday night. He was admitted to the hospital while police are investigating the matter.

  • 100-year-old woman to be poll mascot in Kerala!

    Kannur (Ker) : A-100-year-old woman, who is all set to cast the first vote of her life in the May 16 Assembly elections, will be a poll mascot in Kerala’s Kannur district. Though many elections had come and gone in her lifetime, centenarian Thressiamma Chacko, a native of Kolakkad here, had been indifferent to them. When she expressed desire to cast her vote for the first time in the coming polls, the district