Free Press Journal
  • How exactly do we define Dharma?

    Some may define Dharma as a moral code, some as rituals and religion, some as duties some as a way of life while some others as the laws of nature. If we consult the teachings of the sages of ancient India, we find there are two main meanings—nature and duty, writes Vibha Singh

  • Pragya Bhagat, Peace of Mind, Graham Greene, hypocrite, International Woman’s Day, weekend, weekend reads

    Why I felt like a hypocrite: Pragya Bhagat

    In this world, it’s the good who do all the harm…Perhaps even the best of us are sinners, and the worst of us are saints. – Graham Greene

  • Fashion Check! Yellow is the new black!

    Yellow is the latest colour to attract the attention in the fashion world. Sapna Sarfare finds details about this colourful trend

  • Entering the world of online counselling

    Decoding what goes on within the human mind is not everyone’s cup of tea, especially when it is suffering from anxiety, depression and other mental issues. Disha Prashant takes you in a parallel world of online counselling, which is striving towards changing the face of counselling psychology in the world

  • Meet 83-year-old Vimla Kaul, the village schoolmistress

    At 83, when most people retire into oblivion, Vimla Kaul still goes to school daily to teach underprivileged children of her school-cum-learning centre, and as a student to learn, laugh and live every moment to the fullest, writes Shillpi A Singh

  • England emerge winners

    Bairstow’s 104 off 60 deliveries, backed by 61 from fellow opener Alex Hales transformed the winner-takes-all showdown from an expected tight contest into a one-way event.

  • Captured leopard returns to the wild

    We had checked for evidence of wild animals in the entire region including Indore, Barwani, Burhanpur, Dhar, Jhabua, Khandwa, Khargone and Alirajpur and found about 18 to 20 cases of the animal’s presence in the region, with maximum instances reported in Choral and Mhow.

  • Four-year-old boy falls into borewell, rescue efforts on

    Dewas : Panic prevailed at small Umaria village of Khategaon tehsil in Dewas district after a four-year-old boy fell into 110-feet-deep borewell, about 110 kilometre from the district headquarters, police said on Saturday.

  • CG chopper makes emergency landing, woman co-pilot hurt

    Mumbai : An Indian Coast Guard helicopter, on a routine patrol with four crew members on board, made an emergency landing near Nandgaon beach in Raigad district of Maharashtra on Saturday afternoon, injuring a woman co-pilot, an ICG official said. The Navy had earlier said that the helicopter had “crash landed”. The ICG official said that according to the preliminary reports, the helicopter suffered technical difficulties for around 25 minutes after it

  • T20 Mumbai League from today

    Mumbai : The inaugural edition of the T20 Mumbai League is to begin here today with altogether six teams in the fray.

  • Rabada charged over Smith shoulder bump, faces ban

    Port Elizabeth : South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is in danger of being banned for the rest of the series after he was charged on Saturday by match officials for intentionally bumping into Australia captain Steve Smith when he got him out on the first day of the second Test in Port Elizabeth.

  • Agitation throws traffic out of gear in Bhiwandi

    Bhiwandi : An extensive traffic diversion was laid out in Bhiwandi on Saturday, due to the protest led by more than 20,000 farmers of All Indian Kisan Sabha (AIKS), who are on their way to Mumbai. The farmers, who are covering a stretch of 30 km every day, aim to gherao the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha in Mumbai on March 12.

  • Tiger Woods stalks Conners

    Woods was almost flawless, only a bogey at his final hole, the par-four ninth at Innisbrook Resort north of Tampa, Florida, preventing him from holding the outright clubhouse lead.

  • Lady Cadets win top honours at Officers Training Academy

    Chennai : For the first time in the History of Officers Training Academy, two Lady Cadets (LC) secured top honours including the coveted ‘Sword of Honour’ at the Passing Out Parade held in Chennai. Academy Cadet Adjutant (ACA) Preeti Choudhary received the Sword of Honour whereas Senior Under Officer (SUO) Vreeti was awarded with the silver medal. The Sword of Honour is awarded to the First Cadet in overall order of merit.

  • Congress protests fake FIR against its leaders

    Ujjain : The Congress accused BJP leaders of lodging a fake FIR against leader of opposition Rajendra Vashishtha and other senior Congress leaders and party corporators, in the BJP-led Ujjain Municipal Corporation.

  • Hope Rishabh is groomed properly: Kirmani

    New Delhi : Legendary India wicketkeeper Syed Kirmani believes that young Rishabh Pant should be monitored a bit longer in the domestic arena unlike Parthiv Patel, who suffered after being thrown into the deep end of the pool, when he was barely 17.