Free Press Journal
  • 104 doctors to lose their jobs for failing to report on duty to rural hospitals

    Mumbai : Nearly 104 doctors who were supposed to report on duty for government jobs have failed to do. This has forced the Maharashtra Health Department to issue a new Government Resolution cancelling their appointments. These doctors who have failed to take up the jobs now stand to lose them.

  • Villarreal suspends Semedo

    Villarreal (Spain) : Villarreal’s defender Ruben Semedo was suspended by the Spanish football club following his imprisonment on several charges. The club’s statement pointed out that Villarreal had assumed Semedo’s innocence after court charges were filed against him on Thursday, reports Efe. Te judge in the case charged Semedo, 23, with attempted murder, illegal detention, illegal possession of firearms and violent robbery.

  • Jaya birth anniv: AIADMK launches Tamil daily, unveils Amma’s statue

    Chennai : A life-size statue of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa was unveiled and the ruling AIADMK’s official Tamil daily launched on Saturday at the party headquarters here on her 70th birth anniversary, which was celebrated by party cadre across Tamil Nadu.

  • Couple booked on charges of financial fraud

    Indore : Police booked a man and his wife on charges of fraud in the name of selling their house in Anurag Nagar. The accused had received Rs 92 lakh from Ratlam resident. But he repaid his housing loan instead of transferring the registered sale deed of house in name of complainants.

  • Protest march against PM denied, Congress releases black balloons

    DAMAN: The opposition Congress on Saturday released hundreds of black balloons to protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi after police stopped them from carrying out a march to the venue of the Prime Ministerial programme.

  • Arsenal stand in way of Pep’s first Man City title

    London : Pep Guardiola is anxious to play down suggestions that winning his first piece of silverware for Manchester City in League Cup final against Arsenal would herald a period of dominance.

  • Will go with phase two sanctions on N Korea if first won’t work: US Prez

     Washington:  US President Donald Trump on Saturday warned that he will go with phase two sanctions on North Korea if the first one won’t work, which will be very unfortunate for the world. Earlier, he had imposed the “heaviest-ever” sanctions on North Korea’s shipping companies in a bid to prevent the reclusive nation from acquiring nuclear weapons and developing intercontinental ballistic missiles.

  • UMC demolishes houses built on govt land

    Ujjain : The Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) team demolished several houses built on Government land at MR 5 in front of St Paul’s school on Saturday. About 50 houses were built on the disputed land, and 40 new houses were under construction. The action caused chaos amongst the people living in these houses.

  • Delaying adolescent pregnancy can add $400bn to India’s GDP

    By delaying adolescent pregnancy, India could add an estimated 12 per cent to it’s GDP, stated a report ‘Collaborative Force: Empowering 10 to 19’. The report further states that girls with secondary schooling are up to six times less likely to be married as children. It added each additional year of schooling for girls reduces infant mortality for their offspring by up to 10 per cent; and for every USD 1 spent

  • IMC on high alert, urges citizen to save water

    Indore : Keeping in view the depleting water level in Narmada river, Indore Municipal Corporation has appealed to residents to use water judiciously. IMC’s water works committee in-charge Balram Verma has appealed to people to save water before it is too late.

  • Dog’s Life: Maximum City has minimum understanding of pet safety, feel NGOs

    The number of incidents where animals are rescued from dangerous and cruel situations has been growing, with 1,171 rescue cases in 2017, compared to 2013, when only 316 cases were reported from the city. A gradual rise has been recorded every year thereafter with 459 cases in 2012, 740 in 2014 and 1,013 in 2016.NGOS feel people’s literacy level is low as far as pets are concerned.NGOs are also getting a lot

  • Contractual health workers eat half chapati in protest

    Ujjain : Contractual health workers who went on a strike demanding permanent jobs and reinstatement of expelled workers, cooked food at the place of strike on Saturday, and ate half ‘chapatis’ as a mark of protest.

  • Onus on Mourinho to get Pogba performing

    Manchester : Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is under pressure to show a more daring approach and get the best out of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez for a grudge match against Chelsea’s Antonio Conte.

  • Tolerance not enough, need love to live in pluralistic world: Trudeau

    New Delhi : Tolerance is just not enough in a pluralistic society like India where love for each other is needed more, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Saturday – the last day of a controversy-mired week-long state visit to the country.

  • Patwari caught accepting bribe of Rs 50,000

    Indore/Mhow : Lokayukta police on Saturday caught a patwari while he was accepting bribe of Rs 50,000 to stop the court order on giving possession of a land in Mhow.

  • 23 people killed in a series of suicide attacks in Afghanistan

    Kabul : At least 23 people, mostly soldiers, were killed and more than a dozen wounded in a series of attacks and suicide bombings in Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said, the latest assaults on the war-torn country’s beleaguered security forces.