Free Press Journal
  • Gujarat donor’s heart saves a Mumbaikar

    Mumbai : A 53-year-old man from Katargam, Surat received a new lease of life after the family of a 54-year-old brain dead patient gave consent for donation of their kin’s heart. The recipient who was suffering from Dilated Cardiomyopathy was on the waiting list for two months and heart transplantation was his only shot at a second chance of life. With the help of a green corridor, the donor heart reached Fortis Hospital

  • Assocham calls it ‘scare-mongering’ by some NGOs

    New Delhi :  Industry body Assocham on Tuesday came out strongly in support of bread makers, saying the use of potassium bromate is with “full knowledge” of FSSAI and termed the research findings about presence of ‘hazardous’ elements in bread as “scare-mongering” by NGOs.

  • Khatu Dham volunteers feted

    Ujjain  : More than 100 volunteers pressed in the services works at Khatudham were felicitated during a programme on Tuesday. President of Shree Shyam Parivar Mahasangh Ramkumar Agrawal, general secretary Ramesh Agrawal, secretary Saroj Agrawal, convener Naresh Beriwala, Dr Sachin Goyal, Anita Goyal, Rameshchandra Mittal, Santosh Sharma, Tarun Mittal and others were honoured by presenting them shawl and mementoes. Bhajan singer Nandu Bhaiya graced the occasion.

  • Women in India earn nearly 19% less than men: Report

    New Delhi : Women in India earn 18.8 per cent less than men, higher than the global average, largely due to lack of representation in highest-paying job functions and industries, says a report.

  • Pvt med colleges to be under NEET

    Mumbai : Medical aspirants in the State won’t have to appear for multiple entrance exams this year if they are eyeing  government college seats. But, they will have to appear for NEET if they are also eyeing private college seats in the state, Education Minister Vinod Tawde said here on Tuesday.

  • Don’t report it, that is how Bihar fights crime!

    Bihar : India’s third-most-populous state, with the country’s poorest people – has a crime rate lower than more prosperous states with fewer people such as Gujarat, Kerala, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, an IndiaSpend analysis of national crime data reveals.

  • Reliance Chemotex registers PAT of Rs 253.08 lakh

    MUMBAI : Reliance Chemotex Industries announced its audited Financial results for the year ended March 31, 2016.  The company’s Revenue from operations for the year ended March 31, 2016 stood at Rs 25712.62 lakh against Rs 23454.72 lakh in the previous year March 31, 2015.

  • Sanchi fails to deliver products on time at its parlours during Simhastha

    Ujjain :  Hundreds of traders of the city had taken temporary Sanchi milk parlour in the Simhastha fair area with a hope of earning quick bucks during the mela period, but all their expectations were grounded as Sanchi Dugdh Sangh failed to deliver them products on time incurring heavy loss to the vendors.

  • Running path lab by DMLT holders now an offence

    Mumbai : The State government has warned all Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technician (DMLT) holders not to run independent pathology labs or signed a report. This could lead to a jail term of 10 years and Rs 10,000 fine for them.

  • Banning beef in name of cow protection

    The 1995 amendment to the Maharashtra Animal Preservation Act, 1975, is a clear example of the BJP enacting a law to prevent beef-eating in the guise of a legislation passed with the ostensible objective of protecting slaughter of milk-yielding cattle.