Free Press Journal
  • Solar Impulse 2 aircraft reaches NYC

    New York: The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft flew by the Statue of Liberty, ending the US portion of its bid to circle the globe using only solar power. “It’s absolutely incredible,” Swiss pilot Andre Borschberg said over a live video feed as the iconic statue lit up the night below him. “It’s a dream here.”

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    housands of civilians trapped in Syria’s Manbij: monitor

  • Bangladesh cracks down on terror outfits, 1,000 arrested

    Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday vowed to hunt down those who were behind the recent targeted killings of bloggers and minorities, even as police detained over 1,000 people since Friday in an anti-terrorist drive launched across the country, according to a report .

  • Drugged in hotel, Dutch woman held for adultery!

    The Hague: A 22-year-old Dutch woman is being held in Qatar on suspicion of adultery after she said she was raped while on holiday there, said her lawyer and Dutch media.

  • MTD HIV & TB: A cause of worry for Mumbai doctors

    Mumbai: Healthcare experts in the city are concerned over an increasing number of patients who have multi-drug resistant (MDR) HIV and MDR TB at the same time and which is making them resistant to any kind of treatment.

  • Experts enlighten Mumbai doctors on causes of medical negligence

    Mumbai: A unique state-level medico legal conference was on Saturday organised in JJ Hospital where various medico legal issues that come up in medical practice were discussed and well-known speakers from fields of law and medicine gave their opinions on the subject.

  • Woman, six others held for kidnapping, assaulting man

    Mumbai: The Bangur Nagar police arrested a woman along with six others accomplices for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting a man who had cheated them in the past by not returning a loan amount. Previously, a case of fraud was registered against Shahid Bagban (33) at Bangurnagar police station for allegedly  refusing to return the money that he had borrowed from the seven accu-sed.

  • MCOCA urged the Bombay HC to make corrections in its order

    Mumbai: Setting up an example of uprightness and honesty, the counsel of a convict charged under Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) urged the Bombay High Court to make corrections in its orders regarding the convict’s bail application.

  • Only 9.15% pass B.Sc semester VI examination

    Mumbai: Of the 659 students who appeared for the third year B.Sc semester VI in the 60-40 pattern, only 9.15% have passed. 467 students have failed. Of those who passed, there is not even one student who secured an ‘O’ grade or distinction. Only one student passed with ‘A’ grade, 18 passed with ‘B’ grade and 26 with grade ‘C’.

  • NHM to tie up with pvt labs for free diagnostic tests

    BHOPAL : NHM is planning to make tests of critical diseases free for patients coming to district hospitals and for the same tenders from Ranbaxy, Dr Lal Path Labs, Thyrocare, Sugai Diagnosis, Central Lab and six other private laboratories, have been invited.

  • MP Malviya releases his performance report, boasts of dev works worth crores

    Ujjain : Claiming himself to be a hard working and humble worker, Member of Parliament (MP) from Ujjain-Alot constituency, Chintamani Malviya, has released a report card based on his activities and achievements during the past two years. Citing his efforts for the welfare of people of his constituency, he claimed that railway facilities to the tune of Rs 1000 crore have been gifted by the Union government in the current financial year.

  • Where driving & parking a nightmare

    Indore :  Parking on either sides of the road leading from Palasia Square to Old Palasia along with encroachments makes driving through the road and parking in the area a nightmare. There are a number of commercial buildings in the area with little or no parking space with the result vehicles are parked on the road reducing the width of road and driving difficult.

  • 1st list of ‘Navkar Upadhi’ released

    Ujjain : As many as nine social workers from five states of the country will be conferred upon the ‘Navkar Upadhi’ award during the 3-day Navkar Mahotsava-2016 scheduled in the city from June 24 to 26, 2016. A five-member committee selected these nine social workers for the first list of the recipients of the award, which was released on Saturday.