Free Press Journal
  • Telcos’ data revenues will double in two years to $11 bn

    Mumbai: Predicting data revenues for telecom operators to double to $11 billion by 2017-18, a top brokerage says the much-waited commercial entry of Reliance Jio would drive the market further and be best placed with Bharti Airtel to gain from the upcoming boom.

  • Notices served to CM, state govt demanding district status to Nagda

    Nagda: A social worker of the city has served legal notices to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and state government demanding district status to Nagda. They have been asked to reply to the notice within 30 days, failing which the issue would be put before high court.

  • Shoddily built highway posing threat to commuters

    Sonkutch: Uneven shoulders left unfinished by the road contractor on the Indore-Bhopal highway have been causing repeated accidents at many areas on the stretch. One such stretch between Dewas to Jawar Phata is now considered as an accident prone zone.

  • Political differences can affect relationship: Study

    New York: Living around people with opposing political viewpoints affects your ability to form close relationships and may even change your personality, a study says.

  • Teachers submit memo demanding equal pay, pension benefits

    Bagh: Government school teachers, under the banner of Rajya  Adhyapak  Sangh, presented a memorandum addressing Chief Minister pressing for their various demands to police station in-charge on Sunday.

  • 12-year-old dies after falling into water logged sand mine

    Petlawad: A 12-year-old boy died after he fell into the water logged mine allegedly dug out by the sand mafia, in Raliyavan river area here while he was playing on Sunday morning.

  • Facebook offers end-to-end encryption option in Messenger

    New York: Social media giant Facebook has said that it has begun offering an option to encrypt messages – a way to have secret conversations with other users – to some of the 900 million users of Messenger, its messaging app.

  • Monsoon Woes: Flooding rivers wreak havoc, hundreds displaced

    Garoth: Incessant rains have created havoc in the town, as two small rivers have been flooded with rain water which now has started entering into the houses of villagers. Over two dozen families were forced to leave their houses as water entered their premises.

  • Bariatric surgery reverses premature aging

    Weight loss from bariatric surgery appears to reverse the premature aging associated with obesity, according to research presented on Saturday at Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology (FCVB) 2016.1. Patients had longer telomeres and less inflammation two years later.

  • Plant now; reap later initiative impresses Anna Hazare

    Indore: Inspirited with the support from social activist Kisan Baburao ‘Anna’ Hazare, the team of ‘Vrukshmula’ initiative planted 290 saplings in Ocean Park township, while 210 saplings were adopted by women from all over the city.

  • brexit

    Brexit credit impact on APAC sovereigns to be limited: Moody’s

    Mumbai: Global rating agency Moody’s today said the UK’s decision to leave the European Union is unlikely to impact Asia-Pacific sovereigns, but external finance dependence may pose vulnerability for some countries. “We do not expect the vote of UK (Aa1 negative) to leave the European Union (EU, Aaa stable) to have a significant credit impact on Asia-Pacific sovereigns,” the rater said in a report here today.

  • Alia Bhatt

    Alia Bhatt on protecting her privacy

    Lately, there has been a lot of speculation on Alia Bhatt’s relationship status. Is she seeing Sidharth Malhotra or not?

  • 23-year-old girl consumes poison, dies

    Indore: A 23-year-old girl committed suicide by consuming poison in the Central Kotwali area, on Sunday. No suicide note was recovered from the spot, so the reason of her taking extreme step could not be established yet.