Free Press Journal
  • Beat exam stress, the tech way

    Here are some gadgets and app that will helps students refresh their minds and ease exam stress

  • Down Syndrome Day: Embrace the uniqueness

    With Down Syndrome Day being celebrated this month, Pritha Banerjee speaks to experts while trying to shed light on the syndrome and dissociate the stigma attached to it

  • National Gallery of Modern Art celebrates Manu Parekh

    Manu Parekh’s retrospective with over 150 works is in progressat the NGMA Mumbai. Organized by Tarana Khubchandani of Gallery Art and Soul, 60 years of his selected works reflecting his evolving life …Parekh exploring rituals, the Bhagalpur blindings, the city of Varanasi, and the ‘heads’ of characters in Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, are tastefully exhibited at the multi-level NGMA building.

  • How much money do you need to be happy?

    Recently, everyone celebrated the International Day of Happiness. On the sixth year of the United Nations celebrating the importance of happiness, let’s find out the cost of it. In other words, how much money do you need to be happy? Calculates Sounak Mukhopadhyay

  • Shedge family in shock over their address being used by pesticide co

    Based on the address provided in the contract, FPJ tracked it down and found that address is fake. Vinayak Majoor Sahakari Sanstha was awarded the contract to eradicate rodents from Mantralaya. On Thursday, senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse had raised questions about the contract in the Assembly. Khadse had questioned how more than 3 lakh rats were killed in a week’s time.

  • MPMSU begins PhD courses for doctors in over 25 streams

    Jabalpur based Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University becomes the first in central India to start offering doctorate in philosophy in streams like anatomy, paediatrics, neurosurgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, and dental subjects which will help doctors pursue research on “untouched” topic and their outcomes.

  • HC: Disclosing financial status is ‘fundamental duty’ of poll candidates

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court recently held that it is the ‘fundamental duty’ of candidates contesting elections to disclose their assets and liabilities so as to educate voters of the financial status of the candidates. The HC accordingly dismissed an election petition filed against the election of a Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Panvel constituency in 2014.

  • Awareness rally marks World TB Day

    Indore : With the aim to spread awareness among people against tuberculosis on World TB Day, Collaboration for Elimination of TB from India (CETI) organised an awareness rally from Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital to Madhumilan Square on Saturday.

  • Sunday Guest: Once a sportsman, always a sportsman

    Indore : Sports have an interesting way of tuning life into a musical rhythm that teaches the lesson of enjoying the journey without worrying about destination. Balancing several tasks of life without stress or worry, 70-year-old retired banker Santosh Kaushik spoke about importance of living life as an adventure rather than taking it as a challenge.

  • Soon, font size of generic medicine names will be larger than brand name

    Mumbai : In a bid to make healthcare affordable for the people, the central government is promoting low-cost generic medicines. The central government issued a notification and has directed all pharmaceutical companies to print generic medicine names on the label with a bigger font. A senior official said the font size should be two times bigger than the brand or trade name and it will come into effect from September 2018.

  • IISR staffers protest, demand speedy cadre review process

    Indore : Employees of city based Indian Institute of Soybean Research (IISR) joined the nationwide protest held by Institute Joint Staff Council (IJSC), the employee association of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), in 108 institutes and 625 Krishi Vikas Kendras (KVKs) over various demands on Saturday.

  • Fadnavis ‘sold out’ Maha interests on IFSC: Congress

    Mumbai: A day after Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis informed the Assembly that he would build an International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) here, the Congress on Saturday termed it as “an absolute lie” and accused him of selling out the state’s interests.

  • Ranka Row: DAVV EC member claims VC lied

    Files complaint with chancellor office after Free Press exposes the DAVV legal cell in charge indeed had filed petition against the university naming chancellor as one of the respondents.

  • PM sets targets for BJP MPs to get 2019 ticket

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s drive for social media has not diminished despite the worldwide political storm on Facebook data leak as topping the list of criteria he set for the BJP MPs to get the ticket for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections at a closed-door dinner meeting in the BJP headquarters here Friday night is to have at least three lakh followers each on the social media and that