Free Press Journal
  • New Facebook tool to ban ads if users find them bad

    San Francisco: Facebook has launched a new tool for its users that will identify ads with inaccurate information or misrepresented products. The tool is designed to let people review businesses that they’ve made a purchase from, Facebook said in a blog post on Wednesday.

  • UK encourages travelling Indians to apply for visitor visa

    New Delhi: The United Kingdom has launched their annual #BEATthepeak campaign – to encourage Indian visitors to make the most of UKVI’s post-dated visa offer, which allows travellers to apply three months in advance and date their visa for when they travel.

  • Petition launched to axe Matt Damon from ‘Ocean’s 8’

    An online petition has been launched against Matt Damon following his controversial comments on sexual misconduct in Hollywood.The online petition demands the producers of the movie – GeorgeClooney, Steven Soderbergh and Susan Ekins – tocut the actor’s cameo in the all-female spin-off of the “Ocean’s” trilogy which is “supposed to be an empowering film for women”, reports aceshowbiz.com.

  • Election Commission launches special electoral roll revision drive

    Mumbai: The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Wednesday launched a special electoral roll revision drive, that will go on till November 30, reports PTI. During this drive, eligible voters will be able to file claims and objections regarding the entries in the voters’ list.

  • CM Devendra Fadnavis attends TBM lowering at Mahim, announces one app for all modes of public transport

    Mumbai: A new application will be launched for all modes of public transport as the state government plans to provide a one-stop solution for commuters. Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, announced that the state has signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a company Ford mobility services for this application during the lowering of the first Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) for Metro III (Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ) line.

  • Bhopal: Rs 5 meals from April 1

    SEHORE: The Deendayal Rasoi Yojana is to be launched all over the state from April 1. Under this scheme, the needy will get food for Rs 5. The local municipal committee will run the Rasoi from the Rai Basera located near bus stand. On Tuesday, the municipal chairperson Amita Arora inspected the kitchen being built in the Rain Basera. She said that the kitchen will remain open from 11 am to 3

  • Save the Children: 350,000 kids trapped in west Mosul

    London : Around0,00 350 children are trapped in western Mosul, Save the Children warned on Sunday as Iraqi forces launched a fresh offensive on jihadists defending the strategic city.

  • Bhopal: Artists to draw paintings under ‘My City My Wall’ campaign

    BHOPAL: A painting programme titled ‘Bhopal Art Wall’ under ‘My City My Wall’ campaign, launched by Bhopal Municipal Corporation, will be organised in the city on December 17 and 18. The walls extending from Roshanpura Square to Polytechnic Square will be painted displaying the message of cleanliness. The paintings will be inspired by Gond, Bheel, Nimadi, Gujarati, Bengali, Warli and Assamese art forms.

  • Bhopal: Ek Saath campaing launched

    BHOPAL: A campaign titled ‘Ek Saath’ was launched on Friday under the aegis of Man’s Action for Equity across the state. The campaign aims at ensuring participation of men for change in society.  State convener of the organisation, Fazal Ali informed that film shows, debate, discussion, essay writing competition and poster competition will be held in educational institutions during the campaign. Gram Sabhas, Chaupal Charcha, street plays, rallies and other activities will

  • Bhopal: Dena Bank launches mobile ATM

    BHOPAL: Dena Bank, regional office, Bhopal launched ‘Mobile ATM Van’ on Thursday. Mayor Alok Sharma inaugurated the launching of the Van.

  • NASA’s ‘Poop Challenge’ seeks to manage human waste in space

    Washington: What should fully suited astronauts do when they need to use the toilet in space? NASA has launched a USD 30,000 challenge to develop a system that collects and routes human waste away from the body for upto six days without the use of hands.

  • Indore: Dena Bank launches mobile ATM van

    Indore: Dena Bank has launched first mobile ATM van on November 22 in city. Commissioner Mukhendu Singh Pawar inaugurated the ATM van.  Bank’s assistant general manager Manoj Kumar informed that people can swipe debit cards of all banks to withdraw cash up to Rs 2500 a day. “Such vans will be running in the main city areas every day,” mentioned bank in a press release.

  • Kebab and Biryani Fest begins at Hotel Noor-Us-Sabah Palace in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A three-day ‘Kebab and Biryani Festival’ was launched at Noor-Us-Sabah Palace on Thursday.  An extensive array of mouth watering delicacies, prepared by chef Mumtaz, will be prepared. These dishes include Gosht Ki Chapli, Murgh Angarea, Mahi Gilafi, Anari Chops, Mahi Dum Anari, Murgh Motiya Kebab, Dub Pukht Gosht Biryani, Murgh Dum Awadhi Biryani, Mahi Dum Biryani and Kofti Biryani. Vegetarian dishes would also be presented. Live Ghazals will also be a

  • Bhopal: Sugar mill management fetes farmers

    NARSINGHPUR: Mahakaushal Sugar mill Bachai launched ‘ganna pirai’ from Thursday. On the occasion of opening, farmers were present on the premises to sell their sugarcane. Mill management performed religious rituals and felicitated the farmers. They did the arrangement for the facilities of the farmers which would be unchanged for the whole season.

  • 26 Gujarati youth to celebrate Diwali with soldiers on Kutch border

    Vadodara (Gujarat): After Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an app through which people can send messages to boost the morale of Indian soldiers, 26 youth from various parts of Gujarat have decided to celebrate Diwali with the soldiers on the Kutch border.