Free Press Journal
  • Volkswagen teases Arteon aead of Geneva debut

    Volkswagen will be pulling the plug on the CC, replacing it with the Arteon. Super cool name, we know. But, what exactly is it, you ask? Think of a Volkswagen Passat, but with a coupe-like profile. What the Audi A7 is to the Audi A6, the CC is to the Passat. Now that we have that out of the way, here’s what its successor is going to be all about.

  • Bhopal: Paddy procurement centre in Karpa to come up soon

    HOSHANGABAD: Collector Avinash Lavania gave the instructions to start paddy procurement centre in Karpa, he said that the centre should be formed from tomorrow. It is worth mentioning that during the collector visit the villagers in Karpa demanded a paddy procurement centre. In the timeline meeting collector reviewed CM self employment scheme, CM young entrepreneurs scheme, CM helpline, PM ujjawala scheme etc.

  • Novel artificial intelligence technique can help brain overcome fear

    London: Using a combination of artificial intelligence (AI) and brain scanning technology, a team of researchers has developed a novel method that can help remove specific fears from the brain, says IANS. The new technique that could read and identify a fear memory can pave way of treating patients with conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and phobias, the study said.

  • Coming soon: Tesla’s enhanced autopilot for India-Bound model 3

    Earlier in October, Tesla had revealed that all of its vehicles, including the yet-to-be launched India-bound Model 3, will be equipped with full self-driving hardware and feature complete autonomy in the future. However, owners of these vehicles – the Model S and X, purchased post announcement – are presently not able to use some of the features of the Autopilot, courtesy the updated hardware. Now, Elon Musk (CEO, Tesla) has recently revealed via

  • Bhopal: Excellent work in tobacco control

    HOSHANGABAD: MP Voluntary Health association, Executive director Mukesh Kumar Sinha feted the collector Avinash Lavania with memento for his remarkable contribution for tobacco control and prevention in the district on Monday. With this connection he also felicitated by memento to district education officer AK Chorgadhe, chief medical and health officer Dr GC Soni, district nodal officer NTPC health RS Chouhan, woman and child development officer Gautam Adhikari.

  • New technology lets parents take baby ‘cellfies’!

    London: New groundbreaking IVF technology is allowing parents to obtain baby ‘cellfies’ – images of their children when they are just a few cells in a petri dish, says PTI. In recent years, IVF clinics have developed cutting edge time-lapse photography designed to monitor cell development in the first few days, so that doctors can pick the healthiest embryo for implantation in the womb and boost the chances of having a baby.

  • Bhopal: Early morning announcement for cleanliness

    SHUJALPUR: Janpad inspection team made understood the public through mike announcement; since swacchata campaign has been running under the guidance of SDM Girish Kumar Mishra.

  • Bhopal: Mahavir International Kendra honours body donor

    VIDISHA: Mahavir International today organised a graceful programme. Chief guest in the programme was former finance minister Raghav ji bhai. Programme was attended by all the members of the kendra including MI resident Dr Shantilal Pitaliya, Treasurer of the centre AL Farnish, secretary Atul Shah Hilense, In the programme all the members congratulated Vijay  Bhapna for his re-elected as a National President. Member also congratulated Dr Shanti lal Pitaliya for being elected

  • Fathers boost daughters’ maths & sons’ language skills

    New Delhi: A father’s love can have a special influence on young adults, while it can boost the maths grades of the teenage daughter, it may improve the language skills in the son, researchers said.

  • Bhopal: Illegal drugs recovered

    NARSINGHPUR: Police had recovered 174 kg hashish on the information at NH 26 near Macha river bank on 18 November in Mungwani area. Police seized Honda city car DL 4 CAB 5309 and arrested the accused Dipanshu, 23 years, resident, 70 Mahavir Enclave, Gurudwara Road, New Delhi and the other accused Rajkumar, 24 years, resident sector 8 Ayodhya Nagar, New Delhi. Police have filed the case under NDPS act and took the

  • Demonetisation: Pay 50% tax on deposits, or 85% if caught, says government

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday piloted a Taxation Laws (second amendment) Bill in the Lok Sabha to give effect to the government’s decision on those surrendering more than Rs 2.5 lakh to banks in the scrapped notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.  It will leave with the depositor only one-fourth of the money so deposited, while 50% will be taken away by the income-tax department and remaining 25% will be locked

  • Stuttering linked to brain circuits that control speech production

    New York: US researchers have identified neuro-metabolite alterations across the brain that linked stuttering to changes in brain circuits that control speech production and circuits that support attention and emotion, reports.

  • Bhopal: All treatments available in Meditrina Hospital

    REWA: Meditrina Institute of Medical Sciences Nagpur which is a world level fully equipped hospital of central India as well as top branch of quality council of India is NABH certified, which is providing a good health care from last five years and is the leading hospital for giving medical and health services.

  • Bhopal: Mutation, demracation requests can be made online

    BHOPAL: Disputed partition, mutation, demarcation beside any other matter related to Revenue Court can be registered online. Status of the cases can also be viewed online. Minister for Revenue, Science and Technology Umashankar Gupta gave this information in a review meeting of departmental schemes held at Mantralaya.

  • Bhopal: Students sensitised on how to deal with fire incidents

    BHOPAL: In a programme, held under the series of Safety Month-2016 observed by NTPC, Rhind project, the school students were made aware of the measures to be taken during fire incident. The students of Adarsh Rhind Shisksha Niketan, Sunflower School and Adarsh Vindhya School were given demonstration and explanation about the measures to be taken to extinguish fire. Students and teachers attended the programme.

  • Sugary Drinks

    Research shows low calorie drinks really boost weight

    London: In a recent study, scientists have found that low calorie fizzy drinks could actually make you fatter than regular options. Individuals following diet could gain better results by deterring from the supposedly ‘healthy’ variants, reports Express.

  • Mumbai: Rs 300-crore scam: Yash Birla seeks bail

    Mumbai: Industrialist Yash Birla on Monday appeared before a special Maharashtra Protection of Interest of Depositors (MPID) Act court seeking bail in the alleged scam running into several crores. The special court however deferred the hearing on the same till December 21.