Free Press Journal
  • Taking the sporting way to fitness

    Hitting the gym is not the only option to get fit. Sports lifestyle is emerging as an alternative to a healthy routine to curb stress and fight sedentary existence, writes Tapapriya Lahiri

  • Belfast: Giants and legends in the sea

    Belfast and its surroundings give a glimpse of a beautiful land steeped in history and legends but at once modern too, finds Ranjita Biswas

  • Sridevi passes away at 54

    Bollywood superstar Sridevi passes away at 54, after massive cardiac arrest in Dubai

    In an extremely shocking news, Bollywood actor Sridevi has passed away at the age of 54. The actor died following after a massive cardiac arrest in Dubai. Sridevi, her husband Boney Kapoor and her younger daughter Khushi were in Dubai to attend a family wedding. Fans gathered outside the residence of Sridevi in Andheri, Mumbai after news of her death spread. Fans said, “We are shocked and still cannot believe

  • Pervert mentality on the rise! The shocking saga of women’s ‘safety’ in India

    Are women safe in recent times? A developing country like India is trying to make its mark on the list of leading countries in the world. But still, no matter how economically developed we become, still, women don’t feel safe. No matter how educated people are, still sexual abusing is the leading crime in the country. Every morning when we wake up, there is news of a woman being sexually harassed or

  • Mungaoli, Kolaras by-polls peaceful, turnout 75%

    Bhopal/Shivpuri : Heavy polling was recorded in the by-polls for two assembly seats in the state on Saturday, while voter turnout in Mungaoli was 77. 25 per cent, around 72.82 per cent people exercised their franchise in Kolaras. Average voting for the two seats stood at 75 per cent. Polling passed off peacefully in the two constituencies and no major untoward incident was reported, said Madhya Pradesh Chief Electoral Officer Salina Singh.

  • Privatisation of PSBs ruled out, says Finmin

    New Delhi : The Finance Minister ruled out privatisation of public sector banks as a response to the Rs 11,400-crore fraud hitting Punjab National Bank, saying the move may not be politically acceptable. He said a lot of people have started talking of privatisation in the aftermath of the PNB fraud. “This (privatisation) involves a large political consensus. Also, that involves an amendment to the law (Banking Regulation Act). My impression is

  • Aayam 2018 begins at SGSITS

    Indore : Aayam 2018, the techno-cultural fest began Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS) on Saturday.

  • ‘Encroachment free city must for development’

    BHOPAL : Town planners of three cities discussed ways to reducing monetary compensation in land acquisition for social development. The emphasis was on maximizing returns on investments by the town and country planning department.

  • Rise in temperature causes discomfort

    Indore : City’s weather turned unbearable on Saturday with the rise in day and night temperatures.  Maximum temperature hovered over 34 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature remained above 17 degrees Celsius.

  •  Indore-Habibjanj train halts at Berchha

    Indore : The Indore-Habibganj-Indore train (no 19323/19324) has begun to halt at Berchha railway station from Saturday.

  • Union minister Tomar visits Shahid Smarak Park

    MORENA : Union minister for rural development Narendra Singh Tomar visited  Shahid Smarak Park and inspected a monument built in the memory of martyrs of Chambal region. Tomar said the monument has been built to make the memories of martyrs of Chambal region permanent. Health minister Rustam Singh, MP Anup Mishra, Sumavali MLA Satyapal Singh Sikarwar, commissioner Dr MK Agarwal, collector Bhaskar Lakshakar and SP Aditya Pratap Singh were present.  Tomar said

  • Govt college annual function concludes

    MULTAI : Annual function of Government Maa Tapti College concluded on Saturday. The students were given smartphones by local MLA Chandrashekhar Deshmukh in the programme. Students who excelled in sports and cultural activities were also presented memento and appreciation letters.

  • Keep note of children’s interests: Minister tells parents

    GWALIOR : Minister for urban development and housing Maya Singh appealed to the guardians for focusing on interests of the children so that they became an ideal citizen of the country, during the joint annual function of school run by Gwalior Mahila Mandal. She also said the children are stock of talent only thing required is to channelize their energy and it should be done by teacher, parents, guardians of the children.

  • CS exam results to be declared today

    Indore : The results of CS examinations for professional programme and executive programme held in December 2017, would be declared on Sunday.