Free Press Journal
  • Dilip Kumar’s kidney remains affected, says Lilavati doctor

    Mumbai: Veteran actor Dilip Kumar, who was rushed to the Lilavati Hospital on Wednesday, is currently suffering from kidney failure. However, his doctor Jalil Parkar from Lilavati has recently said that he’s kidney is still not working properly.

  • Rahul trying to gain sympathy over incident of stone-pelting: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday said the Congress is trying to gain sympathy of the people over the stone-pelting attack on its vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s convoy, while he was on a visit to flood-affected Gujarat.

  • Ditch the usual thread Rakhis and try these quirky ones this Raksha Bandhan

    Raksha Bandhan is around the corner. And if you all are busy shopping rakhis and gifts for your brother, then hold on. Have you ever wondered where the Rakhi you tie on your brother’s wrist ends up? Ditch the regular thread and beads rakhi and try some quirky, sober and sustainable pieces of love. We recommend you to try some classy Rakhi which he will wear them forever and can be easily

  • Live Scores, match updates, commentary: India vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Day 3 at Colombo

    There were no surprises in store as India continued their domination in the ongoing Test at SSC, Colombo. India piled on yet another total over 600 and declared their innings at 622/9. India batted exceedingly well and six players scored over fifty, with Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane converting them into hundreds. For Sri Lanka it was another day of disappointments and their cause was not helped by Nuwan Pradeep not bowling due to hamstring

  • Bengaluru airport to offer HeliTaxi service to and from city

    Bengaluru: The Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) would soon offer a helicopter shuttle service (HeliTaxi) between the city and airport at the cost of a luxury cab fare, said an official on Friday. The airport at Devanahalli is about 40 km from the city centre, and 60-70 km away from the Electronic City in south and the IT corridors in southeast and southwest, home to hundreds of technology firms, including Infosys, Wipro and multinationals.

  • Your daily horoscope- 5th August by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- A patient and determined attitude will enable you to successfully deal with delays and obstacles. Pay attention to your health and don’t get lax with your diet regime.

  • Kashmir: 3 LeT militants killed in encounter in Sopore

    Srinagar: Three Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants were today killed in an encounter with security forces in Sopore area of Baramulla district in Kashmir, police said. Security forces launched an operation following information about the presence of militants in Amargarh area of Sopore, a police official said.  He said militants opened firing on the security forces, who retaliated. Three LeT militants were killed in the ensuing gunbattle. Three weapons have been recovered from them, he said.

  • SRK looks classier than ever on Filmfare cover

    New Delhi: Ladies, hold your breath! Shah Rukh Khan is surely going to take your breath away with his classy look on the cover of the Filmfare magazine. The magazine’s official Twitter handle tweeted out the cover of their August issue, which has SRK on it.

  • Bhopal: MP master artisan shines at International Folk Art Market

    Bhopal: Mohammed Yusuf Khatri, a well-known Bagh print master craftsman showcased his handloom work in ‘International Folk Art Market’ in Santa Fe city of New Mexico, United States. As many as 90 countries across the world participated in the market from July 15 to 17.

  • Bhopal: Workshop for girls on self defense concludes at BSSS

    Bhopal: A four-day workshop on self-defence concluded at Bhopal School of Social Science (BSSS) on Friday. Beginning August 1, the workshop was organised by physical education department of BSSS in collaboration with women cell to make girls self-reliant.

  • Bhopal: CM appeals to Medha to end fast

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh has appealed to Medha Patkar, who is on a fast-unto-death for the past nine days demanding rehabilitation of the Sardar Sarovar PAPS, to end her protest. “I am concerned about your health and the health of your associates. It is my humble request to you that you should end your fast,” Chouhan tweeted. He also said, “I have personally talked to the displaced persons and issued orders

  • Al Qaeda one up on Lashkar in Kashmir?

    Hours after dreaded terrorist Abu Dujana and his associate Arif Lehari were gunned down by security forces in Kashmir, an unverified audio purportedly recorded just before their killing has sparked off speculation that they owed allegiance to al Qaeda and not Lashkar-e-Taiba as earlier believed. This could well herald the rise of this new force in the valley reflecting a certain degree of disillusionment with Pakistan and with Pakistan-based militancy.

  • Bhopal: Crisis at BMHRC as several docs resign

    Bhopal: With exodus of doctors from Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (BMHRC), the 350-bed multi-specialty tertiary care centre is now a sinking ship. The hospital was already facing shortage of experts and many departments were non-functional but now with more doctors leaving, the situation is only worsening. Several doctors recently joined All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).