Free Press Journal
  • Novel compound to delay ageing identified

    Washington: Scientists have identified an compound that may delay physical ageing processes and prevent such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, reports PTI. As we live longer and longer, a lot of people are occupied with their state of health and, not least, quality of life in old age.

  • “It’s not going to be fun all the time”, says Soha Ali Khan

    In a world full of fragile relations and brittle marriages, Soha Ali Khan is at her happiest with husband Kunal Khemu. If not an actress she could easily take over as a marriage counsellor for her crystal clear views about marriage, says Viraj.

  • Midday meal scheme an utter failure in MP, declares CAG

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh has failed to achieve the key objectives of Midday Meals Scheme (MDMS) viz. encourage poor children belonging to disadvantaged sections to attend schools regularly. This is evident by the fact that there was a 16.80 per cent decline in enrollment in the schools from 2010-15. In absolute terms, it means that 18,67,992 lakh less students enrolled in schools in 2015 as compared to 2010.

  • Beauty of city captivates; Travel Mart participants

    BHOPAL: National and International participants at 3rd MP Travel Mart went for city tour and visited tourist places of historical importance of Bhopal besides the Upper Lake and captured scenic beauty in their cameras.

  • Indore: NCTE seeks action taken by colleges on ill-effects on fireworks

    Indore: Ahead of Diwali — the festival of lights, National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) has sought to know from teacher education colleges about steps taken by them to educate their respective students on ill-effects of fire-works.

  • Bhopal: Hostel owner booked for raping warden for 3 yrs

    BHOPAL: The Koh-e-Fiza police have booked owner of a girls’ hostel on the charge of raping the hostel warden for past three years on pretext of marriage. The hostel’s security guard has been also made a co-accused in the case.

  • National seminar on Urdu fiction tomorrow in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: An all-India seminar will be organised on ‘Urdu Fiction- Direction and pace’ by Madhya Pradesh Urdu Academy on Tuesday at State Museum. Director, Urdu Academy, Dr Nusrat Mehdi informed that the All-India Seminar will be attended by many renowned writers like Dr Ali Ahmed Fatmi, Iqbal Mazid, Dr Musharraf Aalam, Dr Musharraf Aalam Zauki, Naem Kausar, Dr. Tarannum Riyaz, Dr Deepak Budki, Shyam Munshi, Hazara Bano and Azhar Rahi. PhD students can

  • Bhopal Cops nab absconding conman

    BHOPAL: Crime branch nabbed a wanted accused who was bearing a reward of Rs 5000 on his head. He had duped to the tune of Rs 10.7 lakh in the year 2014.

  • Dalit leader arrested for disturbing peace in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: The TT Nagar police arrested Dalit leader Sandeep Manekar under Section 151 of the IPC on Sunday on the charge of causing disturbance to the public peace.

  • Journalists should do social service as well: SP

    Jobat: Journalists along with carrying out their regular duties should also do social service, said district police superintendent Kumar Saurabh while addressing a programme here on Saturday.

  • Ajay Devgn upping the ante with SHIVAAY

    Actor Ajay Devgn, son of veteran action choreographer Veeru Devgan, says he was bored of the action sequences in Bollywood films. And that’s why he has tried to up the ante in his upcoming directorial ‘Shivaay’, which also sees him as the lead actor.