Free Press Journal
  • Bullying-related deaths: A new terror in schools

    More and more bullying-related deaths are being reported and neither schools, nor parents are able to nip it in the bud. Aparna Kapoor tries to find why

  • World Autism Day 2018: All about Ummeed’s ‘Light It Up Blue’ movement

    Autism can have a profound effect on individuals and families, but understanding and support can make a huge difference. Every year, Ummeed Child Development Center joins the global ‘Light It Up Blue’ movement by US-based organisation Autism Speaks, to help spread awareness on the condition on the World Autism Day on April 2, reports Vibha Singh

  • Supplements: The truths and myths

    ‘Supplements’ the term in itself opens different pages of the same book. Herbal supplements or health supplements both are trying their level best to help give you a better lifestyle. Disha Prashant takes you into the truths and myths about supplements

  • Why Oise in Northern France is a revelation

    Even though Oise in Northern France, not far from Paris is usually missing from most travel itinerary, it is a revelation as Kalyani Majumdar found out after visiting this picturesque place with its landscape, people and history

  • World Health Day 2018: How to stay fit on-the-go

    Whether you are a full-time mom with three kids, a student soaking up knowledge like a sponge, or a #girlboss (or #guyboss, of course) kicking butt in the boardroom, there is a way to balance healthy living amidst the beautiful mess of life. While we celebrate World Health Day later this week, Shikha Jain finds few routines you can follow while on-the-go

  • 7 subject experts blacklisted for mistakes in MPPSC exam

    Indore : Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has blacklisted seven professors for goof-ups in state civil service preliminary exam-2018 even as the protests by candidates demanding cancellation of the exam continued unabated on the eighth day on Saturday.

  • Major fire erupts in oil tanker, rly cabin at Bhauri Bakania

    Bhopal : Major fire erupted in an oil tanker, railway cabin, Bhauri Bakania under Khajuri Sadak police station on Friday night. Immediately, villagers located in Bhauri Bakania region were evacuated.

  • Plea in SC against move for re-exams

    Delhi Police’s Crime Branch gets reply from Google on details sought; e-mail sender identified; NSUI protests.

  • CoA clears ACU chief’s appointment  without secretary’s consent 

    New Delhi : The turf war in the BCCI got uglier as Committee of Administrators (CoA), headed by Vinod Rai, on Saturday cleared new Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) chief Ajit Singh’s appointment despite acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary refusing to sign the contract letter.

  • UP: Two Ambedkar statues vandalized

    Lucknow : Two statues of Dalit icon B.R. Ambedkar have been vandalised in different parts of the state, police said on Saturday.

  • City reels under hot weather

    Indore : The city has been experiencing severe heat conditions with blazing sun raising day as well as night temperature, making it uncomfortable for residents to have a good sleep after the day’s hard work.