Free Press Journal
  • BSSS students sensitised on road accidents, use of helmets

    BHOPAL: A programme on creating awareness among students towards road accidents and use of helmet was organised at Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) here on Thursday. Nitin David from Ujjain presented a documentary showing various safety measures regarding road accidents. He emphasised that wearing of helmet while riding two-wheelers and control on speed are necessary to check accidents.  Principal father Dr John PJ in his address motivated the students to amend

  • 11-month-old child dies after boiling water falls on her

    Indore : An eleven-month-old girl died during treatment in the hospital after boiling water fell on her in Khudel area on Thursday. She was playing near the stove on which water was boiling in container when the accident happened. Police have registered a case and started an investigation into the case. According to the police the incident took place on August 5 last.

  • Saina Nehwal


    Rio de Janeiro : London Games bronze winner Saina Nehwal and two-time World Championship bronze medallist, P V Sindhu made a resounding start to their badminton campaign at the Rio Olympics but it turned out to be a dismal day for the Indian doubles players on Thursday.

  • MYH docs reconstruct teenager’s jaw with fibular grafting

    Indore : Adding one more feather in their cap, doctors of surgery department in Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital reconstructed the right portion of the jaw of a 13-year-old girl through fibular grafting for treating her fibromyxoma tumor. Doctors claimed it a first of its kind surgery in the world and found only 38 cases of the diseases in various medical journals.

  • Manjula Chellur 2nd lady to head city High Court

    Mumbai: After more than two decades, the Bombay High Court will be welcoming its second woman Chief Justice — Manjula Chellur — on August 24.  She will be the second woman to preside over the Bombay High Court after Justice Sujata Manohar (1994). Hailing from Karnataka, Justice Chellur was also the first woman Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court the first woman judge at the Karnatka High Court.

  • Over & out!

    Rio de Janeiro : The Indian challenge in Olympic women’s archery event came to an abrupt end today after Laishram Bombayla Devi and Deepika Kumari lost their respective pre-quarterfinal matches by choking at crucial junctures here. While Deepika was blanked 0-6 by World No.2 Tan Ya-Ting of Chinese Taipei, Bombayla lost 2-6 to World No.18 Alejandra Valencia of Mexico. Both the archers were guilty of letting their nerves get the better of

  • India Mishit

    Rio de Janeiro : It was yet another dramatic day for the Indian men’s hockey team as they suffered their second defeat of the Rio Olympics by going down  1-2 at the hands of Netherlands in their fourth Pool B encounter here at Olympics Hockey Centre in Deodoro on Thursday.

  • Asian Bradman Hanif Muhammad no more

    Karachi : Pakistan’s legendary former captain and batsman Hanif Muhammad, who held the record for the longest innings in Test cricket, passed away on Thursday after a prolonged battle with lung cancer.

  • Back with a bang

    Marathon man Nadal into quarters

  • Rape threats and race insults

    Rio De Janeiro : Top Brazilian athletes Rafaela Silva and Joanna Maranhao have hit back at racist and sexist insults that have caused Olympic heartbreak and tears.

  • Games Away From Games

    Rio de Janeiro : Sex at the games village has been an open secret and with the surge of dating apps like Tinder and Bumble, Olympic flings have become a lot easier.

  • HC takes suo moto cognizance on collector’s holiday order

    Indore : Collector P Narahari is in troubled waters as Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has taken suo moto cognizance in a matter related to declaration of holiday in schools here on the excuse of heavy rainfall forecast on August 9, the day Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Bhabra in Jhabua district. “The cognizance was taken by the court after an approval given by Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High