Free Press Journal
  • For author Shabnam Minwalla, the world’s a playground

    Author Shabnam Minwalla agrees it’s only magic that allows her to write books despite being on a full time job of a mother as she talks to Boski Gupta about things close to her heart

  • How to wear Sterling Silver with oomph

    Sterling Silver is the latest colour to hit the ramp. SapnaSarfare finds ways to wear this fascinating hue with oomph

  • Using Social Media: The good, the bad and the unknown

    The difference between meeting people in real life and on social media is that people show only the bright side of their life to you. It may have a negative impression on your person though, writes Sounak Mukhopadhyay

  • Newton’s third law or karma?

    The answer to everything is within yourself and you have the power to grow as a person and not let external factors affect you, writes Shikha Jain

  • Don’t work at officers’ residences, chairman tells railway employees

    BHOPAL : Railway Board chairman Ashwani Lohani visited Bhopal railway station and Habibganj railway station on Saturday to inspect various facilities. During course of inspection, Lohani asked the contractor about ‘Drop-n-Go’ road. The contractor explained the map and other details of building.

  • Taliban ‘massacres’ 102 in Kabul

    Kabul : An explosives-packed ambulance blew up in a crowded area of Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 102 people and wounding 158 others, officials said, in one of the biggest blasts to rock the war-torn city in recent years.

  • Most slum children suffering from anaemia, low weight problems: IAP

    Indore : “A large number of children living in urban slums are suffering from anaemia and low weight problems as their parents fail to provide them regular vaccination due to lack of unawareness,” said Indore Academy of Paediatrics (IAP).

  • Kolhapur: 13 killed as bus plunges into river

    Kolhapur : At least 13 persons were killed and three others injured after a minibus fell into a river early on Saturday, an official from Kolhapur Control said.

  • Swine flu reappears after a lull, claims year’s first victim

    Health department so far this year had sent 18 pathological samples of suspected patients for laboratory confirmation of which only one was tested positive while report of one patient was yet to be received. Notably, the swine flu had claimed 38 lives in city in 2017.

  • No relief from biting cold, min temperature below normal

    BHOPAL : Despite slight increase in temperature, there was no relief from biting cold in the state capital on Saturday. The minimum temperature remained below normal across Madhya Pradesh. Similar condition is likely to prevail for the next couple of days.

  • After VC’s ‘clean chit’ to OSD, probe into blank answer book recovery begins

    Indore : Despite Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) vice chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad giving “clean chit” to the suspected OSD Raghav Jaiswal in the case of recovery of blank answer books from a DAVV evaluation centre, the three-member committee constituted to probe into the matter started its inquiry on Saturday.

  • Prasoon Joshi bows to Karni Sena, to skip JLF

    New Delhi : The Central Board of Film Certification(CBFC) Chairman Prasoon Joshi has pulled out of the annual Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) to address a session on Sunday in view of repeated threats from the Shri Rajput Karni Sena not to allow him in Jaipur for giving clearance to controversial film Padmaavat with U/A certificate.

  • Higher edu dept to hold review meet

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh higher education department will hold a review meeting on February 7 on the progress of different issues discussed at the workshop organised on December 27 last year.