Free Press Journal
  • artificial intelligence

    A new future for jobs after the advent of Artificial Intelligence

    The Government has established a Task Force to advise the Government how to integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the Indian economy. Cars, refrigerators and mobile phones have all become “smart.” A deeper change is on the anvil. The development of AI will lead to the computers taking away large chunks of repetitive mental works such as driving cars and undertaking legal research.

  • Mumbai stampede: Elphinstone station incident will always be remembered as ‘Black Friday’ by every Mumbaikar

    Mumbai: Friday, September 29, will always be remembered as ‘Black Friday’ by every Mumbaikar. He may be a railway commuter or not. Honestly, the incident was bound to take place some day or the other. While working with a media house in Indiabulls one center, we all who travelled from Parel station had sensed it, good 7-8 years back. It took long time for the fear to become reality. But as usual,

  • Ujjain: Elderly are guiding force for future generation: Divisional commissioner

    Ujjain: A ceremony felicitating senior citizens was held in the city as part of international day for older persons, on Friday. Speaking at the ceremony, divisional commissioner MB Ojha, called the bonding of the elderly over decades as a fine example and guiding force, for the younger generation.

  • London Tube bombing and refugee issue

    Although 30 people were injured, no one was killed when a home-made explosive device partially detonated on 15 September in the West London underground station of Parsons Green. But the collateral damage may be much greater if the tragedy hardens public anger against refugees and encourages the kind of prejudice that is vitiating Indian life and politics under the National Democratic Alliance.

  • Mumbai stampede: New design needed for crowd control

    I’m so shocked to see the apathy of people who design and maintain public infrastructure, a 77-inch wide foot bridge for thousands of commuters! What happens to all the by-laws that we have to adhere to for a bridge the railways provide 72-inches in width. This according to me is crazy, horrifying and callous

  • Ujjain: Cancel licence of traders selling sub-standard agri products: APC Meena

    Ujjain: Additional chief secretary-cum-agriculture production commissioner (APC), PC Meena ordered officials to completely stop the sale of non-standard material in agriculture products like seeds, fertilizers and medicines. He further ordered cancellation of licenses of traders if they were found selling products that don’t conform to the standard rules of quality control.

  • Mumbai stampede: Locals rush in first to help stampede victims

    Mumbai: Blood spilled on the foot overbridge and bodies tumbled down the railings but there was no help in sight. This was the horrific scene at the scene of the stampede. The help came bumt from the locals.

  • Elon Musk

    SpaceX’s Musk unveils plan to reach Mars by 2022

    Adelaide: Futurist and inventor Elon Musk unveiled ambitious plans on Friday to send cargo ships to Mars in five years and use rockets to carry people between Earth’s major cities in under half-an-hour. The founder of SpaceX said a planned interplanetary transport system, codenamed BFR (Big F*****g Rocket), would be downsized so it could carry out a range of tasks that would then pay for future Mars missions.

  • Indore: Export registers growth in August, likely to reach $310 billion this fiscal

    Indore: Giving a sigh of relief to government amid complexity of GST compliance, exports has registered positive growth in the month of August, with 26 out of 30 major product groups remaining in the positive territory. With the successful projects, the export is likely to reach USD 310 billion this fiscal, said a report by Federation of Indian Exporters Organization (FIEO).

  • Mumbai stampede: BMC provides 200 paramedical staff and medical facilities to victims

    Mumbai: Due to the spread of rumors like bridge collapse and at the same time rainfall thunderstorm triggered panic situation and laid stampede at congested Elphistone railway bridge which took 22 people lives and left 39 people critically injured and admitted to KEM Hospital. While BMC Deputy Municipal Commissioner (DMC) Sudhir Naik in Press Conference claimed that after immediate information received by the Disaster Management cell at 10.30 am the nearest hospital

  • Indore: Durga pujo at Bengali Club gets extra sheen in centenary year

    Indore: Like every year, this year as well ‘Durga Pujo’ is being celebrated with much enthusiasm by the city’s Bengali community, as various cultural programmes, feasts and fests have been organised at several pujo pandals and venues across the city.