Free Press Journal
  • Mistry-Tata row: Brickwork Ratings downgrades Tata Steel

    New Delhi: Citing “heightened management risk” following the ouster of Cyrus Mistry as Chairman of Tata Sons, Brickwork Ratings has revised outlook of Tata Steel to negative while as revised the ratings of its NCDs worth Rs 6,500 crore.

  • CMCDLP students visit police station, health centre as part of study tour

    Bagh: First and second year students of Chief Minister’s Community Development Leadership Programme (CMCDLP) visited the local police station and community health centre as part of an educational tour. The students received firsthand experience on the available facilities and working strategies of the departments during the study tour. While, SHO Rajendra Narvariya gave tips on different laws, Dr RK Shinde enlightened the students on health facilities.

  • Man electrocuted

    Dewas: Dheeraj Singh, 38, of Belapur village in Dewas district was electrocuted in his farm on Saturday. He was rushed to the District Hospital, where he was declared brought dead.

  • Sense of brotherhood

    Dewas: District minister in charge Surendra Patwa and Deepak Joshi along with collector Ashutosh Awasthi and SP Shashikant Shukla have wished happy, safe and prosperous Diwali to people. They have asked citizens to display a sense of brotherhood.

  • District gears up to celebrate MP Foundation Day

    Burhanpur: In accordance with the statewide celebrations, the Foundation Day of Madhya Pradesh will be celebrated here at Nehru Stadium on Tuesday (November 1, 2016). Collector Deepak Singh will be the chief guest of the program.

  • Omar Abdullah slams enemies of enlightment, says don’t “rob our children”

    Srinagar: Expressing disappointment and grief over three schools set on fire in last 24 hours in Jammu and Kashmir, former chief minister Omar Abdullah cornered the Hurriyat leaders and said this is a verdict on the incompetence and inaction of the state government.

  • Guru, the Self by Guru Nithya Chaithanya Yati

    Physical perception is a perception in contrast; a contrast of light and shadow. All objects of perception are finite bodies, illuminated by light. Where there is only pure light, and nothing illuminated by it, there is no physical perception. The Guru is pure light. For the physical eye to see, objects need to be illuminated with light, and there also has to be a light within that animates the eye and which

  • Woman jumps in Kshipra, saved

    Dewas: Sangeeta (38), wife of Dinesh and a resident of Ranibaug, attempted suicide by jumping into the Kshipra on Saturday. However, a few people present on the scene managed to save her. The Industrial Area police have filed a criminal case in this regard.

  • Arvind Kejriwal, Ravi Shankar Prasad heated argument over phone tapping

    New Delhi: There was a heated argument at the valedictory function marking the golden jubilee of the Delhi High Court after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal alleged that the phones of judges are being tapped, a charge rejected by Union Communications Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

  • People in southwest China ate snails 3,400 years ago

    Beijing : People living in southwest China’s Yunnan province 3,400 years ago ate snails and lived in different houses in winter and summer, archaeologists have discovered in a latest finding, says PTI. The historic site in Xingyi village of Yuxi city was discovered in July 2015 during construction of a primary school. Houses, tombs, coffins, ash pits, roads, ditches, pottery, stoneware and bronze ware were all found there, Zhu Zhonghua, an archaeologist with Yunnan cultural

  • India, China continue talks on NSG membership

    New Delhi: India on Monday continued its discussions with China over the issue of its membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), which Beijing has been stalling.

  • “Real love is always seen in the smallest of things”, says Arjun Bijlani

    As Indian television weaves the tale of discovering love in the serendipitous encounters, amid the trite love stories, Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil embarks on a simple yet matured love story. An actor with firm assiduousness, Arjun Bijlani talks to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about his new show, the character representation and more…

  • FB testing camera effects like those of Snapchat

    New York: In yet another attempt to take on photo sharing mobile service Snapchat, Facebook is testing photo effects and masks into its main camera app for stills and videos that disappear after 24 hours. “The new camera”, as Facebook calls it, is first being tested in Ireland before rolling out to everyone, according to IANS. “The new features include Snapchat-style animated selfie masks, overlaid graphics, and geofilters, Prismaesque fine art-themed style transfer filters

  • Debt predicts if money will bring happiness

    Washington: Money may buy you happiness, but how much debt you have also plays a role in predicting whether you’ll be happy, a new study has found, according to PTI. “There has been a lot of research looking at whether and how income makes people happy in life, but few studies have examined whether debt can detract from happiness,” said Louis Tay, an assistant professor at Purdue University in the US. “We found

  • BMC garbage truck knocks Ghatkopar man dead

    Mumbai: In a tragic incident, a 44-year-old resident of Ghatkopar was died when he was hit by a municipal garbage truck as he was taking a morning walk with his wife and son on Sunday.

  • Social media trolls don’t affect Soha Ali Khan

    Soha Ali Khan, who has been a victim of social media trolls and criticism, says it does not hurt or upset her. Soha, who is the daughter of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and actress Sharmila Tagore, was trolled by many who questioned her faith after she visited the Golden Temple and a Ganpati pandal to seek blessings ahead of the release of her film “31st October”.
    Asked if social media trolls affect her,