Free Press Journal
  • Human Dynamo: Asthma turned her into a fitness freak

    Indore: Battling asthma by making her body stronger, 12-year-old Nirali Mahajan has become an inspiration for her friends and family members. She has been preparing her body by inculcating a fitness routine that only benefits her, but also the environment.

  • Indore: Include ragpickers in Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to protect their rights

    Indore: Discussing practical ideas that would help ‘Clean India Mission’, more than 25 NGOs from different cities of India came together for a two-day national level advocacy workshop on integration of waste pickers in Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan and Solid Waste Management at Hotel Surya on Sunday.

  • Indore City wakes up to pleasant Sunday

    Indore: Change in weather from heat condition to cloudy gave much needed relief to people in city on Sunday.

  • No Rajinikanth film for Deepika

    Director Pa. Ranjith has rubbished rumours that actress Deepika Padukone has been finalised as the heroine of his next yet-untitled Tamil project with superstar Rajinikanth. As a reply to a Twitter user on Friday evening, Ranjith said that the news about Deepika being cast in his next project is untrue.

  • Indore: 15-member group pedals to temple town to spread eco-friendly living

    Indore: Spreading the message of eco-friendly living, group of 15 cyclists cycled from Indore to Ujjain and spent their day exploring street food and nature in its purest form. Cyclists enjoyed riding in the morning as streets were deserted, but while returning they had to battle with traffic.

  • There is a need for passionate teachers

    “You can have great systems and strategies, but unless you have good people, it is difficult to have an institution that will work. For an academic institution, two stakeholders – the students and the faculty – co-create the value of the institution,” Dr. A. K. Sen Gupta, Founder and Convener, Higher Education Forum (HEF), laid the foundation for the theme of the eighth annual Higher Education Forum Convention on March 18. This

  • Bhopal: Initiative to promote learning held

    BHOPAL: An initiative to promote need to learn more and more was organised by ‘The Trainers Camp’ at Hotel Ranjit Lakeview on Sunday. More than 30 professionals attended the daylong workshop to learn different aspects of different professions.

  • Bhopal: Miscreants damage seven parked cars

    BHOPAL: Unidentified miscreants damaged seven cars parked at F-98 lane at Second Bus stop under TT Nagar police station late on Saturday night when the residents were fast asleep. The miscreants smashed window glasses and damaged doors of the vehicles.

  • Bhopal: Minors drown at Nepania Jath

    BHOPAL: Two youths were drowned at Nepania Jath under Gunaga police station.  They had gone for grazing goats but due to scorching heat, they decided to have a bath in the pond when the incident happened.