Free Press Journal
  • 26 Gujarati youth to celebrate Diwali with soldiers on Kutch border

    Vadodara (Gujarat): After Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an app through which people can send messages to boost the morale of Indian soldiers, 26 youth from various parts of Gujarat have decided to celebrate Diwali with the soldiers on the Kutch border.

  • Mumbai: ‘Freedom from fear’ for sex workers’ children

    Mumbai: With the idea of giving a sense of confidence to victims of sexual assault and children of sex workers, a unique self defence program has been organised for them that will train handling difficult situations on the streets.

  • Contractual staffers hopeful of favourable HC verdict

    BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Samvida Karmachari Adhikari Mahasang celebrated Diwali prior to the festival when High Court commented that contractual employees should also get work and pay like permanent employees.

  • ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ screened amid protests in Hoshangabad

    HOSHANGABAD: Most of the workers of Shivsena, Hoshangabad unit, under the leadership of Atul Tiwari, protested the film ‘Ae Dil hai Mushkil’ as Pakistani artistes are acting in this film made by producer and director Karan Johar.

  • Free diabetes camp on National Ayurveda Day

    BHOPAL: The First National Ayurveda Day was observed on Friday at Pt Khushilal Sharma Ayurvedic hospital and other centers of district Ayurvedic hospitals with free diabetes checkup camps.

  • World Psoriasis Day today: Shame more debilitating than pain 

    BHOPAL: Nearly three percent of the world’s population has symptoms of psoriasis. Many tolerate constant pain from cracking and bleeding skin. They bear the humiliation of continually shedding scales that litter their clothes and surroundings. They struggle with the disappointment of treatments and the lack of a cure. Some wrestle with a crippling form of arthritis. More than anything, they sometimes bear the brunt of public rejection because of the misunderstanding surrounding

  • Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES: You may take some sudden decisions affecting your life. Sometimes you do things without thinking about the consequences. In other words, you may have the tendency to rush into certain decisions or situations.

  • Bhopal police questioning safe manufacturers, repairers

    BHOPAL: In the Bhopal Central Co-operative Bank theft case reported on Thursday, the police are in touch with companies which manufacture safes used in banks. Besides, mechanics who repair safes are being questioned to establish the identity of the person seen in the CCTV footage.

  • 3 granted bail, walk out of court without furnishing surety

    BHOPAL: The district and sessions court, on Friday, declared three accused, who were granted bail but left without furnishing surety, as absconders. All the three were accused of a case of clash in Ayodhya Nagar.

  • Bhopal: Daily-wager attempts suicide at CM House

    BHOPAL: Arvind Mishra, working with MPEB at Shivpuri, made an abortive attempt to commit suicide on non-fulfillment of his demands at CM House on Friday. He was taken to Shamla Hills police station for interrogation.

  • Quality B-schools report high growth, says GMAC survey

    Indore: B-schools offering quality MBA programmes have received high growth in volume of applications in 2016 as compared to 2015, according to a survey conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).

  • Auspicious Season: Dhanteras spells ‘gold rush’ in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Gold and jewellery sales were up 30 per cent this Dhanteras, with jewellers across the country recording brisk business on the auspicious day on the back of favourable price and a good monsoon.

  • Bhupendra Vira

    Vira Bhupendra murder: Ex-neta, son sent to judicial custody

    Mumbai: Ex-corportor Razzak Khan and his son Amjad Khan have were sent to judicial custody till November 28 on Wednesday in connection with RTI activist Bhupendra Vira murder case. Vira was shot dead at his residence in Kalina on October 15.