Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Narmada Seva Yatris to cover half the distance in vehicles

    BHOPAL: Half of the ‘Narmada Seva Yatra’, to be launched by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, will be covered by vehicles. Out of total distance of 3344 kilometres to be covered during the Yatra, 1435 kilometres would be covered by vehicles. A distance of 1909 kilometres will be covered on foot.

  • Maharashtra MLAs, MLCs to undergo BMI test

    Mumbai: Members of the Lower and Upper houses of Maharashtra Assembly and State Government employees will undergo Body Mass Index (BMI) test, Medical Education Minister Girish Mahajan has said.

  • Bhopal: Remittances from parents delayed; students rendered cashless

    BHOPAL: Payments for fixed monthly expenses are made in the first week of the month. And the time is here. The post-demonetisation blues have left the students from outside the city worried about how they will manage until their parents send them money. Professionals are worried about cashless ATMs and long queues at banks for withdrawals.

  • Twitter accounts hacked, Congress raises questions on cyber security for payments

    New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday used hacking of Twitter and other Internet accounts of Rahul Gandhi and the party to put a question mark on Prime Minister Modi’s campaign for cashless economy, wondering what is the safety of entire digital payment network if the social media like Twitter and Facebook can be hacked.

  • Bhopal: MLAs mounting pressure for ministry expansion through RSS, BJP

    BHOPAL: The MLAs aspiring for ministerial berths, who could be accommodated in the expansion of council of ministers in June this year, have become active again with Gyan Singh winning the Shahdol Lok Sabha bye-polls. Gyan Singh’s resignation will create a vacancy in the ministry. The aspiring MLAs are now trying for their elevation through leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and BJP organisation.

  • Bhopal: Foresters not ready with plan if tiger enters city outskirts

    BHOPAL: Tigers have always been the talk of the town because of their movements in the residential areas on the state capital outskirts. In last few days the movement of tigers has again increased in the adjoining areas of the city which are near forests. Repeated movements in Bhanpur and Samasgarh villages have been reported in last one week and movement of a tiger was also spotted near Danish Hills in Bhopal

  • Bhopal: Four including CA, property dealer detained with Rs 14.36 lakh

    BHOPAL: The crime branch of the city police nabbed a Chartered Accountant (CA), a property dealer and two others from near the Habibganj Railway Crossing on Wednesday and recovered new and old currency notes worth Rs 14.36 lakh from their possession.

  • Religion can trigger same brain areas as drugs: Study

    Los Angeles: Religious and spiritual experiences activate the brain reward circuits in much the same way as love, sex, gambling, drugs and music, a new study has claimed. Researchers at the University of Utah in the US specifically set out to determine which brain networks are involved in representing spiritual feelings in one group, devout Mormons, by creating an environment that triggered participants to “feel the Spirit”, reports PTI.

  • Indore: Holy Family Convent School celebrates AIDS Day

    Indore: World AIDS Day is celebrated annually on December 1 to spread awareness and generate compassion among people towards those affected. Holy Family Convent School celebrated AIDS Day to aware students about the disease. Students of class IX conveyed the message of AIDS through a skit. It opened the eyes of the students and they pledged to collect information about AIDS and spread the message to others.

  • Indore: Lotus Electronics declares lucky draw winner

    Indore: Yogesh R Kushwaha has been declared as the lucky draw winner of ‘Is Deepawali Jeeto Shandaar Car Contest’ organised by Lotus Electronics. Yogesh won a Hyundai Verna car under this contest.  Many other customers bagged gold coins, electronic products like LED, microwave, steam press etc. Lotus is known for easy finance and efficient after sale services. All brands including national, international and premium are available at the store. Lotus has also

  • Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya applies for national rankings

    INDORE: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which had not participated in the maiden national rankings by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), has applied this year and is having its fingers crossed for higher rank.

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: Students are going perform well today. You will find some positive movement in pending projects. Don’t think much about your debts you are soon going to find some way out of it.