Free Press Journal
  • ‘Artificial intelligence helps  understand complex things’

    Indore : Kartik Taneja, director of Channel Sales at Google for Europe, Middle East and Africa, said future is full of opportunities in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning. “Both are technologies of future,” he said. While artificial intelligence helps in studies of complex subjects, machine learning helps in getting precise diagnosis of diseases.

  • Bihar BSc student held for harassing girl

    Indore : A BSc student from Bihar was arrested on Saturday by We Care for You cell of city police for forcing a girl to meet him. The accused had used his cousin brother’s Facebook ID to interact with her.

  • State Medical officers threaten mass resignation

    Indore : Motivated with fruitful strike of junior doctors, the state medical officers are planning similar agitation. Last week, state government had accepted junior doctors’ demand to increase their stipend.

  • Santosh Shrivastava’s work is fusion of art and architectural designs

    Indore : Adding art to architectural designs, Santosh Shrivastava is an architect by profession and artists by passion. Displaying his work inspired by light and its effects, his two-day solo art exhibition ‘Prayas’ was inaugurated at Pritam Lal Dua art gallery on Saturday.

  • Probe into clearance certificate for Mehul Choksi

    Mumbai : Mumbai Police has ordered an enquiry into the issuance of a police clearance certificate to Mehul Choksi, now a prime accused in the alleged Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case.Choksi was issued an Indian passport on September 9, 2015, which is valid until September 9, 2025.

  • Virendra Singh passes away

    Burhanpur : Educationist, social worker and industrialist Thakur Virendra Singh consigned to flames at Nagjhiri ghat crematorium on Saturday.

  • CBI claims Rubabuddin is ‘missing’, FPJ traces him

    In an exclusive conversation with the FPJ, Rubabuddin said, “I am very much in Bhopal and not missing or untraceable, the way CBI has claimed. I received a call some months back from an officer but after that there has been no conversation. That time I did not divulge the details of my whereabouts since I fear these police officers can kill me in a fake encounter like my brother.”

  • Man kills self, mentions lack of quota for Marathas in note

    Mumbai : A 25-year-old man allegedly committed suicide in neighbouring Navi Mumbai on Saturday, with his purported suicide note mentioning his anguish over the Maratha community not getting reservation, police said.

  • Prajapati’s mom refuses to depose

    Mumbai: Narmada Devi Prajapati, mother of Tulsiram Prajapati, whose date of deposition had been scheduled for August 6 along with Rubabuddin, Sohrabuddin’s brother, on Saturday refused to depose before the court in the Sohrabuddin encounter trial.

  • British MPs urge minister to allow Indian chess prodigy to stay

    London : Two British MPs have intervened in the visa battle of a nine-year-old Indian boy who has the potential to be the future world chess champion but must leave the country by next month when his father’s work visa expires.

  • Man hangs himself; parents claim suicide was over Dhangar quota

    Mumbai : A 22-year-old man belonging to the Dhangar community allegedly committed suicide in Paithan tehsil of the district last night, with his family claiming that he ended his life for the cause of reservation.

  • Ticket distribution: Cong to follow Gujarat-Karnataka model

    BHOPAL : MPPCC chief Kamal Nath during a meeting of AICC and PCC delegates at Manas Bhawan in Bhopal on Saturday said that tickets for upcoming assembly elections in MP would be distributed, to the Congress candidates, on Gujarat and Karnataka model.

  • Now, BJP to contact

    small parties to contest against Cong-BSP alliance

  • BMC mulls keeping parks open 15 hours a day

    The gardens department of the BMC now has proposed that they will keep gardens, playgrounds, recreation grounds, parks and other open spaces open from 6 am to 9 pm.