Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: City veterans wary of govt sponsoring mega event

    BHOPAL: On May 1, the state government will mount a grand celebration of the ‘Prakatotsava’ of Adi Shankarachaya, in the presence of the who’s who of the Sangh Parivar and pro-Hindutva religious leaders. The invitation card for the function describes Adi Shankaracharya as the ‘progenitor of Advait Vendanta Darshan’, ‘saviour of Sanatan Dharma’ and ‘angel of cultural unity’.

  • Bhopal: Bharatanatyam dance, songs mesmerise audience

    BHOPAL: Bharatanatyam dance and semi classical songs were presented at Tribal Museum under a series programme ‘Uttaradhikar’.  The programme began with the mesmerising performance of singer Sangeet Goswami and her troupe. Goswami who belongs to Gwalior gharana started off with ‘sakal guni jane…’ in vilambit ek taal and raag Maru Vihag.  In the same raag and madhya laya teen taal, she presented ‘jiya nahi mane mora….’.  She rendered her bhajans based on Vrindavan raas. 

  • Trump’s 100 days: No big deal for India

    The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s US presidency started with trepidation for India as for many other countries because of his protectionist pronouncements and his lack of coherence which betrayed inexperience. But overall this period has been a mixed bag. The one single thing that has attracted most focused attention has been his rejig on H1-B visas. Before he took office, in reference to India, China and Japan, among others he had said:

  • Instagram can help us stick to our diet

    People post millions of food photos on Instagram every day. New research suggests this could be a way to track food intake for weight loss or fitness. Instead of simply using a traditional food journal or app that requires users to write down or log everything they eat, the interviewees snapped pictures of what they ate in a day-from bowls of healthy fruit to the burrito they scarfed in the car-and shared

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Hard choices for India

    The highhanded manner in which Pakistan has been brazenly refusing consular access to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav who was sentenced to death by a secret military court in that country makes a mockery of international relations and of the rule of law. First, it was the manifestly sham trial in which Jadhav was held guilty of subversion and spying and then the repeated denial of consular access which makes it a fit case for

  • Martian bricks in the offing!

    Red Planet’s soil could be turned into bricks just by applying pressure to compact the soil – without needing to use an oven or additional ingredients
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  • Indore: Seven-day free fitness camp inaugurated

    Indore: Aerobics club Meghdoo inaugurated 7-day free summer camp, which is open for everyone, on Sunday. Pitch curator Madhya Pradesh cricket association Samandar Singh was the chief guest during the opening ceremony of camp.

  • Indore: Three two-wheeler thieves arrested

    Indore: Joint team of city crime branch and MG Road police arrested three vehicle lifters on Sunday. Six stolen vehicles were recovered from the possession of the accused and they are being questioned further.

  • Indore: CET registration window to open this week

    Indore: Online registration window for common entrance test (CET) of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya conducted for granting admissions in professional courses offered by university teaching departments would be opened this week.

  • Fiscal responsibility of the unborn

    IT’S interesting to note that while India gravitates to a debt ratio of 60 percent, most countries in Europe already have a debt ratio well above 100 per cent. Japan’s debt to GDP ratio is the highest in the world, close to 300 percent.

  • Bullying raises desire for cosmetic surgery in teens

    Washington : According to a new study, young adults who are involved in bullying, whether victims or perpetrators, are more likely to express the desire for cosmetic surgery in order to become more attractive. The study was published in journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

  • Indore road rage: Three people lose life in separate accidents

    Indore: Three persons were killed in separate road mishaps in city on Sunday. In first incident, one Palash Singhai (35), a permanent resident of Sagar, was crushed by a speeding car at Indraprasth Tower Square on Sunday morning at about 5 am.

  • J K Rowling reveals spoiler about ‘Fantastic Beasts 2’

    Author JK Rowling has revealed an important script detail of “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” sequel. In a Twitter conversation with one of her fans, the 51- year-old writer disclosed that Newt Scamander’s Patronus is a major spoiler for the second installment of the Harry Potter spin-off. “Could you please please please tell me which animal is Newt’s Patronus? Or is that a spoiler of the next movies?” asked an admirer. To

  • Indore: PhD aspirants exempted from DET can now apply for admission

    Indore: Unable to hold doctoral entrance test (DET) for past two years due to delay in approval to the amendments in PhD ordinance, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has come forward with an idea of filling up some of PhD seats with candidates exempted from the DET.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Your strategies are going to go in a right way of success. Today business meetings will be beneficial for your future projects. Romantic relationship will give happiness. Finance will be good.

  • Indore: Access to principals vital for students’ growth

    Indore: From jokes to punishments, every student has an unsaid special relation with the school principal. Bringing out school principal’s experiences, memories and insight about the changes in education system, Free Press brings you an educational treat on ‘School Principal Day’. School Principal Day is celebrated on May 1, to understand and appreciate school principals, who connect teachers and students while providing them a healthy ambience to grow and learn.

  • The rise and fall of the Muffler Man: Kejriwal

    THE question is will Kejriwal, the most talked-about politician in the recent past, learn any lesson from this unpleasant development in his political career or continue to find excuses for his failure.