Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: DRSTI produces cent per cent results in D El Ed exams

    Khargone: All the students of Devi Rukmani Shiksha Training Institute (DRSTI) passed in the D El Ed first and second year examinations, the results of which were declared by the Board of Secondary Education, Bhopal.

  • I don’t like anything about my job, says Kangana Ranaut

    She may have bagged National awards and won a lot of acclaim for her work, but actress Kangana Ranaut says she does not like “anything” about her job. The 29-year-old actress says she does not like what she goes through while portraying different characters in her films.

  • Bhopal: Challan issued to shopowners for littering

    Neemuch: Municipality on Saturday issued challans to six business establishments for disposing garbage on streets. According to information, municipality officials had given strict instructions to dispose garbage in dustbins and garbage vehicles, failing which would be penalised. Health officer Vishwas Sharma said, “Rs 200 challan has been issued against Samta Breakfast, Ashok Pan Centre, Mehta Electronics, Raj Hair and Beauty Parlour, Shabir Traders and Old and New Book Centre.”

  • Bhopal: Villagers receive funds for constructing toilets in homes

    Neemuch: Chief Municipality officer (CMO) and health officer Vishwas Sharma here on Saturday informed that the first instalment towards building toilets in houses has already been deposited in the bank accounts of the villagers applied for the same.

  • Bollywood: Move over motorcycle diaries, scooter stories are here

    Hrithik Roshan’s debut film showed him stopping at a signal on a mean looking sports bike. He charmed everyone with his biceps, dance steps and of course his bike. Just one film old, Hrithik Roshan was a heart throb already. Had all his contemporaries made their entry on a superbike would they be heartthrobs too?

  • Bhopal: Devotion, hard work key to succees in life

    BHOPAL: An Auro youth camp was organised under ‘Inner Awareness’ programme on Sunday at Central Library. Organized by Shri Aurobindo Society, the camp was focused on encouraging the youth towards finding goals, personality development, inherent powers and India and its future. Manoj Sharma, State Director, Auroyouth and Neurologist Dr Ajit Verma talked to the youngsters present and took their problems and issues. Talking to about 100 participants  present there, Dr Ajit Verma,

  • Bhopal: Youth hangs self, elderly man succumbs to burns

    BHOPAL: The brother of Damkheda Panchayat Secretary, committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence in Motipura village under Berasia police station area on Sunday. He was depressed over prolonged illness.

  • Bhopal: Girl jumps into Upper Lake, rescued

    BHOPAL: An 18-year-old girl who was upset because of the poor financial condition of the family jumped into Upper Lake to commit suicide on Sunday. The divers deployed at Upper Lake rescued the girl.

  • Bhopal: Man found dead in mysterious condition

    BHOPAL: A former contractual employee of MP Tourism was found dead under suspicious circumstances at Jain Colony under Nishatpura police station on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday. The family of the deceased owned two houses in the city. One of the houses is in Jain Colony where the deceased lived and his body was found there.  He was posted in Khajuraho as a contractual staffer.

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    “No shortcuts will be tolerated”, says Milan Luthria

    In the middle of filming his dusty, rugged entertainer Baadshaho, MILAN LUTHRIA tells NICHOLA PAIS that the viewer has made up his mind that he will no longer be fooled by gimmicks.

  • Bhopal: Meeting of Congress MLAs today

    BHOPAL: The state Congress president and the in-charge leader of opposition will hold a meeting of all party MLAs at PCC office on Monday at 1 pm.

  • Bhopal: One dies, three hurt as car collides with dumper

    BHOPAL: One person died and three were injured in a road accident at Sukhi Sewania on Sunday.  The car in which the deceased and injured were riding, collided with a dumper. All the injured have been admitted to a hospital. As per police sources, four youths were going to Salamatpur in an Alto Car (MP-04-CE-0841) which collided with a dumper MP-40-HA-2011.  Raja, 20, son of Chand Khan of Managwara, was seriously injured.

  • Bhopal: Fraud, lack of security deter people

    BHOPAL: Everyone is talking about cashless economy and to popularise online transactions government is trying its best to bring people towards cashless transactions but what’s holding back people is the assurance to security. People are reluctant to leave their comfort of face to face banking operations where personal interactions assure them of no fraud.

  • WhatsApp to say goodbye to older smartphones in 2017

    New York : It is time to look at your smartphone, not to check message or email but how old it is. According to media reports, popular messaging app WhatsApp will stop working on millions of smartphones by the end of 2016 unless they are upgraded, says IANS. WhatsApp, with more than one billion monthly users, was phasing out compatibility with older phones in a technology upgrade, The Mirror reported.

  • Sad that love has always been a failure in my life, says Karan Johar

    He has directed some of the biggest romantic films in contemporary Bollywood, but filmmaker Karan Johar says his love life has always been a “flop.” Karan says he has have had three “epic fail” relationships in life and hasn’t found anyone who reciprocated his love. “My film record, I have 100 per cent success, my love record is a 100 percent flop.

  • Sleep deprivation could hamper heart functioning

    Washington : According to a recent study presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), too little sleep takes a toll on your heart. People who work in fire and emergency medical services, medical residencies and other high-stress jobs are often called upon to work 24-hour shifts with little opportunity for sleep, says ANI.

  • White, black gay men have different stress hormones

    Washington : In a recent research, scientist conducted a study to examine how individuals belonging to both sexual and racial minorities experience increased stigma and discrimination that can affect their stress hormones, reports ANI.

  • Is saturated fat good for health?

    Washington : A recent diet intervention study (FATFUNC) raises questions regarding the validity of a diet hypothesis that has dominated for more than half a century: that dietary fat and particularly saturated fat is unhealthy for most people, reports ANI.

  • Bhopal: Despite splurging crores, only half of expected participants turn up

    BHOPAL: The spirit of organisers were dampened as expected gathering in the state-level training programme on public welfare schemes did not turn up out at Jamboree  Maidaan, as almost 60 per cent seats remained vacant. Among the participants, more than 50 percent had come to meet chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and to file complaints.