Free Press Journal
  • Soon, male contraceptive pills will be a reality, say scientists

    Study proves that sperms can remain healthy and viable after taking the medication as only their transport is halted. Libido and sexual activity also remains normal. With the non-hormonal approach, sperms are unaffected so the contraception is likely to be reversible once the medication wears out.

  • University’s Non-Teaching Staff to get Seventh Pay scale

    BHOPAL : Over a month long protest by the non-teaching staff which has led to the lock down at the universities in the state has paid off as the Higher Education department ordered the state universities on Saturday to implement the recommendations of seventh pay commission report in their favour from April 1.

  • US Prez to again skip White House correspondents dinner

    Washington : US President Donald Trump is going to skip the White House Correspondents Association Dinner this year, continuing a boycott that began in his first year in office, the White House has announced.

  • Plunkett to replace injured Rabada

     New Delhi : Delhi Daredevils have signed England pacer Liam Plunkett as a replacement for the injured South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada for the 11th edition of the Indian Premier League.

  • Rahul’s battle cry

    Congress to hold mega protest rally against Centre in Delhi on April 29

  • BMC won’t import cold mix to fill potholes anymore, to save `151 per kg with own production unit at Worli

    Mumbai : The Roads Department under the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)has decided to produce cold mix at their own asphalt plant of Worli. A proposal of upgradation of the asphalt plant was tabled before the standing committee members on Saturday which received approval after much discussion. Therefore, now in this monsoon itself BMC will have its own cold mix to fill potholes.

  • Amit Shah

    Shah berated for his ‘filthy’ language

    New Delhi : Bhartiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah continued to be berated by the opposition parties for the second day on Saturday for comparing the regional political parties with cats, dogs, snakes and mongoose getting on the Congress tree to create an anti-BJP and anti-Modi front.

  • Man shot dead in revenge

    Deceased prime accused in Roop Singh murder at Pardeshipura in 2005

  • New look KXIP take on Delhi Daredevils

    Mohali : A new look Kings XI Punjab under Ravichandran Ashwin will take on Delhi Daredevils in their opening encounter of IPL-2018 here tomorrow, as both sides look to begin the T20 tournament on a winning note.

  • 20,000 Palestinians protest along Israel-Gaza border

    Jerusalem : About 20,000 Palestinians participated in protests dubbed the “Friday of Tires” along the Israel-Gaza border.  During the violent confrontations with Israeli border soldiers on Friday, eight Palestinians were killed and about 1,300 others wounded, reports Xinhua news agency.

  • Has fire destroyed 12L BMC files kept at Mahape storage centre?

    Mumbai : The Samajwadi Party (SP) corporator Rais Shaikh raised a point of order in the standing committee of the civic body on Saturday seeking clarification on whether the files kept in the Mahape storage centre, Navi Mumbai, had been destroyed in a fire.

  • 900 youths selected by companies in job fair

    Indore : About 900 youths were selected for employment by private companies at the job fair held here on Saturday. The job fair, Disha-2018, was held at Khalsa stadium.

  • Woman commits suicide

    Ujjain : A 27 year old woman was found hanging in Bhatpachalana police station area on Friday evening. According to the police Nidhi, resident of village Badia committed suicide, due to some unknown reasons.

  • Brazil’s ex-prez Lula negotiates after arrest,  first deadline passes 

    Sao Bernardo Do Campo : Ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brazil’s polarising election frontrunner and leftist icon, was negotiating his surrender after dramatically skipping a first deadline today to start his 12-year prison sentence for corruption.

  • “Not one promise kept”: Another Dalit MP writes to Modi

    NEW DELHI: A Dalit Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Uttar Pradesh’s Nagina, Yashwant Singh, wrote a letter to PM Modi and accused the Central government of ignoring the Dalits of the country.