Free Press Journal
  • Portuguese era church bells adorn Maharahtra temples

    Mumbai: Few may be aware that the bells ringing in some of the most important temples in modern-day Maharashtra have Christian antecedents and once adorned imposing churches constructed during the early part of the 450-year-long Portuguese rule – till they were taken away as war trophies by the conquering Maratha armies.

  • Bhopal: Campion School bags top position in design competition

    BHOPAL: Campion School was awarded with ‘Best School Trophy’ in a district level design drawing and painting Competition’ where Campionites also bagged first and second prize in the competition.

  • Bhopal: Medicines can’t give immediate relief says doctor

    BHOPAL: “Neurological problems are often associated with just madness and psychological disorders but most of the neurological problems result in physical changes and problems to a person suffering from any neurological disorder”, said Dr Anurag Chaturvedi, Neurologist, Medanta Medacity, Gurgaon who was in the city to attend a camp at Career Institute of Medical Sciences on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Traders say cleanliness campaign eclipsing encroachments

    BHOPAL: The businessmen at Somwara Chowk market are irked by traffic chaos and encroachment. They have welcomed the “Mera Pran: Bhopal No -1” campaign launched by the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) to wash the market and roads in night.

  • Bhopal: Tips for keeping fit in winters

    BHOPAL: Foggy and chilling mornings and evenings have heralded winter in the city. It is time for the people to be cautious for health particularly those suffering from heart ailments and those who are asthmatic. Cold, cough and flu are also common in this season.

  • Indore: Innovative suggestions mark three-day IIMUN meet

    Indore: The 3-day International Model United Nations (IIMUN) concluded on Sunday. Director general of IIMUN, Indore Harshal Jain addressed the delegates and encouraged them to participate in IIMUN again next year.

  • Indore: They talked about their struggle, success, passion & inspiration

    Indore: To inspire people with stories and instances from day-to-day life, DS Events organised ‘CREATE Stories Chai Pe Gupshup’ where people from different walks of life talked about their struggle, success, passion and inspiration. The event was organised at Mangosteen Café on Sunday.

  • Ruia sent to 14-day CID custody, fresh charges filed

    Kolkata : Kolkata-based Ruia Group chairman and country’s oldest engineering firm Jessop co-owner Pawan Ruia, arrested a day back in connection with a complaint of theft filed by the Railways, was on Sunday sent to 14 days CID custody by a district court.

  • Remark on Mamata is tit for tat: Bengal BJP

    Kolkata : West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh on Sunday said the way Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee speaks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, they should also behave in the same manner.

  • Indore: Female infant mortality rate quite high in India

    Indore: As per the study of UNICEF, the ratio of female infant mortality rate is higher in our country than the male and the main reason behind it is carelessness in treatment and lack of training.

  • Cong: Govt not letting us function

    New Delhi : Refuting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assertion that he is not being allowed to speak in Parliament over the demonetisation move, the Congress Party on Sunday said it is the minority in Lok Sabha which is not being allowed to perform its function of exposing the government.

  • Driver suicide: K’taka officer held

    Bengaluru : Karnataka revenue officer Bhima Naik was arrested on Sunday for abetting the suicide of his driver, who had accused him of helping mining baron G. Janardhan Reddy convert Rs 100 crore of black money for his daughter’s wedding, the police said.

  • Indore: Op Chakravyuh launched, 190 goons arrested

    Indore: Police launched a drive against listed criminals in the Western Part of the city and nabbed 190 goons. The drive was part of newly appointed DIG Hariinarayaan Chari Mishra’s ‘Operation Chakravyuh’.

  • LGBT community brings Rainbow to Kolkata streets

    Kolkata : Hundreds of members of the LGBT community participated in the Kolkata Rainbow Pride Walk 2016, demanding revocation of Section 377, implementation of the NALSA judgement and withdrawal of the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016.

  • `16 L seized from car in Telangana, 2 detained

    Sangareddy (Telangana) : The police on Sunday seized Rs 16 lakh cash in legal currencies from a car in Medak district of Telangana and detained two persons. The detained duo apparently failed to explain the source of the money.

  • India’s air pollution above WHO limits

    Kochi : Noting that India’s air pollution is higher than the standards prescribed by WHO, a cardiac specialist on Sunday said high levels of air pollution imparts a risk for heart diseases, particularly in urban centres of the country.

  • Delhi ‘mohalla clinics’ getting popular: Lancet

    New Delhi : The Delhi government’s ‘mohalla clinics’ scheme which aims to provide better primary care coverage in the national capital is proving “popular” with residents, offering “key advantage” to the beneficiaries, according to a report published in The Lancet journal.