Free Press Journal
  • Bombay HC: Mumbai needs super speciality hospitals

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday observed that super speciality hospitals are the need of the hour as there are many diseases which require highly advanced equipments. The observation was made while granting relief to the Vashi-based Hiranandani Health Care hospital, which challenged a notice issued by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC).

  • Bhopal: Vyapam scam back on centre stage

    BHOPAL: The defamation case filed against by Congress spokesman KK Mishra against chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has brought Vyapam scam into limelight again. Mishra had alleged involvement of chief minister Chouhan and his wife Sadhna Singh in selection of persons from Gondia in transport constable recruitment examination, conducted by Vyapam. Chouhan had filed a defamation case against Mishra.

  • Ujjain: Now get collateral-free loan of up to Rs 1 cr for cowshed project

    Ujjain: Any young entrepreneur wishing to set up a cowshed management project can now avail a bank loan, anywhere between Rs 10 lakh to 1 crore, without guarantee under the Standup Scheme. Cowsheds should maintain an identity apart from dairies as the two are totally different said divisional commissioner Ravindra Pastor at a workshop organised on cow protection and conservation under the joint aegis of BAIF Development & Research Foundation, on Friday.

  • Indore: Winners awarded on closing day

    Dewas: A prize distribution and closing ceremony was organised on the concluding day of Chief Minister’s Cup district-level competition. MLA Rajendra Verma, district panchayat head, Narendra Singh Rajput, mayor Subhash Sharma and officials of the organising body, district sports and youth welfare department were among others addressed the crowd.

  • Mumbai: Post-26/11, hospitals ready for emergencies

    Mumbai: Taking a lesson from the 26/11 attack on the city, public hospitals like St. George’s, JJ and GT have created special wards that can accommodate large number of victims to deal with emergencies.

  • Mumbai: Bodies of Pakistani terrorists killed during 26/11 buried in Vasai

    Mumbai: Sources at JJ post-mortem centre revealed the bodies of the nine Pakistani terrorists, who were killed in the 26/11 attack, were buried at an unmarked grave in Vasai. “The bodies were kept in the morgue at JJ Hospital for almost 14 months before they were disposed off in a late night operation,” the doctor said.

  • Modi a ‘bad politician’, spreading lies: Mamata

    Kolkata : Stepping up her attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on demonetisation, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today called him “a bad politician and a worse administrator” who is spreading lies and relaxing even as the common people continue to suffer.

  • Rahul dares PM to join debate on currency ban

    New Delhi: Continuing his tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘absence’ in the ongoing Winter Session of Parliament, Rahul Gandhi on Friday asked what was he scared of, while daring him to participate in the debate on demonetisation to clarify everything.

  • Pro-TMC intellectuals call for ‘demoditisation’

    Kolkata: Pro-TMC intellectuals on Friday slammed the Narendra Modi government for its “hastily conceived” decision of scrapping high-denomination notes to help big corporate houses and called for ‘demoditisation’.

  • Demonetisation has pained all top leaders, claims Shah

    Bhubaneswar: Taking a dig at the opposition unity against demonetisation, BJP chief Amit Shah on Friday said leaders such as Manmohan Singh, Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal, Mulayam Singh and Mayawati were together now as their parties were hit hard by the Centre’s move.

  • Mumbai: Girl who identified Kasab doesn’t have a home yet

    Mumbai: One of the prime witnesses in the 26/11 gruesome terror attacks Devika Rotawan, who should have got protection and help from the government, is today struggling to get a roof over head. Devika was only a young child, at ten, the youngest witness who identified Ajmal Kasab. She has written several letters to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis seeking for financial help but has received no reply.

  • Woman dies as hospital refuses to take old notes

    Patna : Taking suo motu cognisance of media reports about the death of a pregnant woman in a government hospital in Gaya after being allegedly refused dialysis for paying in old Rs 500 notes; Bihar Human Rights Commission (BHRC) on Friday directed the district magistrate and the hospital to submit a detailed report within a fortnight.

  • Indore: Escape from city noise to chirping of birds

    Indore: Escape into the lovely lotus lagoon where you can forget the hassles of the city and experience the wonders of nature at Gulawat-Badi Kamler. It is the perfect place for relaxing in the nature’s abode or a fun adventure ride.