Free Press Journal
  • NZ recall Neesham, retain Guptill for India tour

    Wellington: New Zealand have recalled allrounder Jimmy Neesham after an injury-enforced absence from international cricket and retained out-of form opener Martin Guptill in the 15-member squad for a three-Test tour of India beginning later this month.

  • Earth collided with Mercury-like planet to give birth to carbon

    New York, Nearly all of the Earth’s life-giving carbon could have come from a collision about 4.4 billion years ago between the Earth and an embryonic planet similar to Mercury, say scientists including an Indian-origin researcher.

  • Explosions rocks Kabul, 3 terrorists killed

    Kabul: A massive, third explosion was heard in the Kabul city late Monday night, hours after back-to-back explosions left at least 30 persons dead and over 90 wounded.

  • Explosions continue to rock Kabul

    Kabul: A massive explosion was heard in the centre of Kabul city late Monday night, hours after back-to-back explosions left at least 30 persons dead and over 90 wounded.

  • Top 10 selling cars: August 2016

    The Indian automotive market has always been a tab bit more complicated than others around the globe. Where buyers in other markets have their priorities defined, the Indian buyer wants her/his car to have it all. Maruti has been the most successful in understanding this market psyche and has been the largest car manufacturer for quite some time now. Following the same trend in August 2016, the Alto has retained the top spot as

  • Audi SQ7 To Launch Soon; To Be Priced Around Rs 1 Cr.

    The performance variant of Audi’s hot-selling luxury SUV, the SQ7 is finally making its way to India. Sources suggest that the SUV will be launched in the coming months. The asking price is expected to hover around the Rs 1 crore mark, ex-showroom.

  • Varun Kapoor

    “We have our own rewards with the kind of work we do”, says Varun Kapoor

    He’s the heart-throb of Indian television and one of the finest actors in the entertainment industry. Varun Kapoor of Colors popular Swaragini – Jodein Rishton Ke Sur talks to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about his pursuit of acting, his marriage, reality shows and more…

  • Indore welcomes Bappa for gala celebrations

    Indore : Faith and the love for ecology and environment go hand in hand for the Hardiya family, which includes eight practicing lawyers and others who plan to follow suit.

  • BJP leader Arif Beg passes away

    BHOPAL: Former Union minister Arif Beg passed away on Monday. He was 81. One of the first Muslim faces of the Janasangh and later the BJP, Beg was well-known for his oratory and was famous for his punch line “Mere Mulk Ke Malikon” (Owners of my country), with which he began his speeches.

  • Environment-friendly Ganesh for Pathakas

    Indore : Pathak family of Surya Dev Nagar celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi eco-friendly way. Children of the house—Mitashi Pathak and Harshil Pathak—brought an environmental-friendly idol. Their mother Anita Pathak said that ceramic rangoli gives the guests a humble yet stylish welcome and adds value to the decor aesthetically. This modern embellishment can also hold diyas within the rangoli and has no synthetic colours.

  • 133 ragging complaints in last 2 months, 11 from MP

    Indore : Madhya Pradesh has found fifth spot in the list of ragging complaints filed with Anti-Ragging Helpline of University Grants Commission since commence of session 2016-17 from across the country.

  • Pahwani family go green this Ganesh Utsav

    Indore : Mohan Pahwani, a businessman, along with his family has gone green this Ganesh Utsav. He said, “PoP Ganesha idols take several months or sometimes even years to dissolve completely so instead one should use clay statues painted with nature friendly colours to reduce burden on nature.”

  • Women feel no place safe for them

    ‘Law alone cannot change anything but educating people, changing their mindset may work’

  • Free Press Cycling Initiative – He practises what he preaches

    Indore : Being a teacher is a tough job because it keeps you on your toes most of the time. Ensuring that he does not lag behind in imparting valuable lessons to his students, Prof KK Yadav cycles to college Monday mornings.

  • Slaughterhouse will make our lives worse: Green Meadows residents

    BHOPAL : The proposed plan of shifting the contentious slaughterhouse to Arera Hills has made the residents of the adjacent colonies not just loose their patience but has also left them worried about the hazardous environment it can create. While talking to Free Press the residents of Green Meadowss, shared how the slaughterhouse can become a trouble for their lives and why they are opposing its shifting. Most of the residents are

  • Government,Private Colleges conducting counseling for admissions in parallel

    BHOPAL : Even as the state government and the private medical colleges are running admission and counselling processes in parallel, a case has been field in the High Court Jabalpur demanding reservation for domiciles of the state in private medical colleges.