Free Press Journal
  • BHU molestation case: Protests at University looks like ‘naxalite movement’, says Subramanian Swamy

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday termed the protest in Banaras Hindu University (BHU) at Varanasi a “naxalite movement.” “I support the vice chancellor in this matter because it looks like a naxalite movement, which means they wanted to enter the vice chancellor’s office and there they would have conducted violence,” Swamy told ANI.

  • UP Election 2017: PM Modi’s road show at Varanasi begins, huge crowd turns up

    With shifting focus to the final phase of Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister will soon address two election rallies at Jaunpur and Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth ground in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi. PM Modi has started a road show from the Banaras Hindu University gate. He will make his way towards Kashi Vishwanath Temple where he will offer prayers. He will also offer prayers later at the Kaal Bhairav temple and then

  • Bhopal: Indus Valley Civilization was given wrong name by European researchers

    BHOPAL: A lecture series ‘Lokruchi Vyakhyayan Mala’ was organised at Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sanghrahalaya on Thursday. Dr Devprakash Sharma, former director, Bharat Kala Bhawan, Banaras Hindu University, delivered a lecture on ‘New Harappan in Saraswati Basin’. Dr Sharma said Harappa region should not be called Indus Valley civilisation but Sindh-Saraswati civilization. It was European historians who termed it as Indus Valley though it is situated between Sindhu and Saraswati rivers.

  • How Ancient Indus civilization sustained climate changes

    London: The Indus Civilisation underwent a period of climate change about 4,000 years ago, say scientists who suggest that the ancient population in India used a variety of subsistence practices to cope with diverse environments.

  • India moving towards best health care system, says PM Modi

    Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that the country is moving towards the best health care system and the need of the hour is to provide quality and affordable healthcare to the people, especially to the poor.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Life Is A Voyage Homeward Bound

    A king plagued by many worries, harassed on all sides, called his wise men for counsel. He asked them to invent a few magic words that would help him in times of trial and distress, prosperity and adversity and would be ever enduring. The wise men huddled together for days together and came to the monarch with the magic words: “This too shall pass away.”

  • brics

    BRICS University Forum meet kicks off in Beijing

    Beijing: Top officials of several Indian Universities today converged at the Chinese capital to attend the BRICS University President Forum 2015 that began a three- day meeting. The Forum, jointly organised by Beijing Normal University and Beijing Municipal Commission of Education from October 17-19, 2015 strives to build an exchange platform among academia, political sphere and business community, leading to in-depth research on major challenges confronted by the BRICS countries and the world at large, an Indian Embassy press release here said. Representatives

  • UGC grants 3 more SAPs to DAVV

    Indore : Adding yet another feather to its cap, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Monday clinched three more Special Assistance Programmes (SAP) taking the tally to seven.

  • American PhD scholar alleges molestation

    Varanasi :  An American PhD scholar of Indian- origin has alleged that she was molested by five unknown persons inside the Banaras Hindu University campus here.