Free Press Journal
  • Factory of major Maruti Suzuki supplier up in flames

    The India Japan Lighting factory in Haryana’s Bawal was forced to shut down immediately after a major fire broke out in its premises late in the night on Tuesday. The facility is a key supplier of headlamps and tail lamps to various manufacturers including country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki.

  • ED attaches Rs 70 lakh assets of ex-Karnataka officer

    Bengaluru: The Enforcement Directorate has attached assets worth Rs 70 lakh in connection with its money laundering probe against a retired Karnataka government officer, who has been charged in a case of disproportionate assets.

  • US likely to sell Guardian drones to India: Sources

    Washington: The US is likely to respond positively to India’s request for 22 unarmed high-tech multi- mission Predator Guardian drones for maritime surveillance, especially in the Indian Ocean, sources here have said. The move comes after India was designated a ‘major defence partner’ of the US in June.

  • Kilandev to 7 number bus stop

    Bhopal, The stretch of road from Kilandev Apartment, which is being constructed by the MP Housing and Infrastructure Board to 7 number Bus Stop, Arera Colony, is one of worst roads for allergy-prone persons. It is dusty as well as bumpy. Rocky road is hindrance in smooth drive and poses problems in night to users.

  • Skoda celebrates 20 years of series production of Octavia

    It was the Octavia that established the Czech brand in India and it is undoubtedly the most successful model in Skoda’s history in India and around the world as well.

  • Galaxy Note 7 global recall: Don’t hang up on Samsung yet

    New Delhi: While the global recall of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 over battery explosion fears has jolted Samsung aficionados, including in India, transparent and swift action during these testing times will enable the South Korean giant make a quick turnaround, industry analysts feel.

  • Warmer oceans have caused changes in Earth

    London: The upper depths of the oceans of the Earth have warmed significantly over the last 20 years causing an increase in the number of hurricanes, storm surges, loss of ice and change in global weather patterns, according to a new report, says PTI.

  • Six-storied building on H’bad Road to be blasted today

    Bhopal, Intensifying anti-encroachment drive, the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration started dismantling a six-storey building of Jharaneshwar Society, at 11-Meel, Hoshangabad Road, on Tuesday, with a heavy police force deployed to quail any kind of unrest.

  • Sunny Leone

    Still don’t think I completely fit in Bollywood: Sunny Leone

    New Delhi: She ventured into Bollywood in 2012 with the erotic “Jism 2” thriller and has been on a roll since then. Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone says she felt like an outsider when she initially ventured into the Hindi film industry and still feels she doesn’t fit in.

  • Case registered against tribal department official

    BHOPAL: ACJM court has registered a case against additional commissioner, tribal welfare and Public Information Officer (CTD) GS Netam for committing insult and assault or criminal force otherwise than on grave provocation.

  • Chikungunya starts gaining foothold in state capital

    Bhopal, Chikungunya is spreading its tentacles in the city with 6 patients being admitted to the hospital. Two patients have been admitted in JP hospital, while three in Hamidia and one in AIIMS, Bhopal. In state, 29 cases have been reported in 12 districts with one death.

  • Are Perfumes polluting the environment?

    London: Love to wear designer perfumes? Be careful, as certain molecules produced in these man-made fragrances act as potential contaminants of the environment, and may also impact our ecosystem in the long run, said a study conducted in the canals of Venice, also known as the city without sewers, reports IANS.

  • Sex in old age bad for men

    New York: Having sex once a week or more – and enjoying it – puts older men at higher risk for heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems, warns a new study, according to IANS. For older women, however, good sex may actually lower the risk of hypertension, the study noted.

  • Biomarker linked to longer life identified

    London: In a pilot study on some of the oldest people of the world, researchers have identified that low blood levels of the peptide hormone are an indicator for good microcirculation that describes blood flow through the smallest vessels in the circulatory system and indicates an increased lifespan, reports IANS.