Free Press Journal
  • BCCI vs Lodha panel: Supreme Court adjourns hearing till December 9

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned the hearing regarding the Justice RM Lodha committee recommendations and the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) reluctance to accept all recommendations till December 9.

  • Jayalalithaa continues to be very critical: Apollo

    Chennai, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa “continues to be very critical,” a day after suffering cardiac arrest, and is on various life support systems, Apollo Hospitals said today.

  • Mumbai: Four arrested in Thane Satyam lodge case

    Mumbai: The Thane police have arrested four persons in the Satyam lodge case – Kishore Bhatia (57), Dilip Bhatia (56) owners of Satyam Lodge, Manje Gowda (38), Janardhan Pujare.  Two more are still on the run. The case of illegal rooms at lodge was filled at Vartak Nagar Police station by Thane municipal corporation official.

  • Flipkart founders named ‘Asians of the Year’

    Bengaluru, Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, founders of Flipkart, have been jointly named “Asian of the Year 2016” by Singapore-based newspaper The Straits Times as part of a group called the “The Disruptors”.

  • Mumbai: HSC board exams to start from 18 Feb, time to submit forms now

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education announced the schedule for form submission of online board exams to be held for February- March 2017. The education board said that Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC and Std XII) examination online forms will be accept from Thursday 08th to 19th December, 2016.

  • New Zealand PM John Key resigns

    Wellington, New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key on Monday announced his resignation after eight years as head of the government. Key cited family reasons for his leaving.

  • Mumbai: Nearly a month post demonetisation, common man feels the cash crunch

    Mumbai: Almost one month has gone when Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000, but today also the general public is facing the problem. People are in lookout for ATMs to withdraw cash, at times reach early morning and stand in long queues.

  • Banking services will go digital: State Bank of India

    New Delhi, Crediting demonetisation for the biggest push towards digital banking, SBI on Monday said it envisions the entire range of banking services going digital over the next few years.

  • Jayalalithaa critical: Centre to send special team of four doctors to Chennai

    New Delhi: Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda expressed concern for Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa who remains critical following a cardiac arrest on Monday and informed that a team of doctors from the All India Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will soon be dispatched for Chennai.

  • Bhopal: People gathered for ‘Run Bhopal Run’ Half Marathon

    Chilly winter morning with fog also couldn’t suppress the enthusiasm of Bhopalites when it came to run for their city. Sunday morning experienced a sight to rejoice when more than 15,000 people gathered for ‘Run Bhopal Run’ Half Marathon. The enthusiasm of the people participating in the marathon was encouraging that not even Mayor Alok Sharma and Gas disaster relief minister Vishwas Sarang could stop themselves from running with the participants along

  • Bhopal: Over loaded vehicles penalised

    Gandhwani: In a two-day massive crackdown on overloaded vehicles, police on Saturday caught three overloaded dumpers and a truck carrying sand around 8 am, for endangering human lives and causing inconvenience to the commuters.

  • Bhopal: Sandipani Academy students excel in Company Secretaries Olympiad

    Mandleshwar: Sandipani Academy commerce students of classes XI and XII who participated in the first Company Secretaries Olympiad (CSO) conducted by Science Olympiad Foundation, won laurels for the institution. A felicitation ceremony was organised for them on Saturday.

  • Bhopal: Devi Rukmani students display brilliant feat in Jeet Kune Do C’ship

    Khargone: The students of Devi Rukmani Higher Secondary School participated in the 30th Jeet Kune Do championship held in Ujjain. In the under-10 category, Prakhar Mahajan and Pushpendra Gupta won bronze medals. In the under-14 category, Nilesh Joshi and Rachit Gupta won gold and silver medals respectively while Harsh Nirala and Aditya Gupta won bronze. Akshay Arya and Prachi Patil won silver medals, Shrikant Tiwari won bronze medal and Shraddha Thakrey and

  • Philophonetics-Counselling II

    Philophonetics-Counselling is a method of Exploration, Expression and Transformation of inner experiences which combines counselling, artistic expression, bodywork Self-observations. Through a relaxed, warm and non-threatening skilled conversation the broad picture of your situation is being unravelled, laid out in front of you, non-judgementally observed, included and listened to.