Free Press Journal
  • Bhendi Bazzar building collapse: Four of Chasmawala family perish

    Mumbai: Relatives and friends of Chasmawala family got the shock of their life when they learnt that four members of the family, including a three-year-old girl and a senior citizen, had died after the Hussaini building at Bori Mohallah at Pakmodia Street collapsed on Thursday morning, two days after torrential rain brought the city to its knees. The deceased have been identified as 35-year-old Sakeena, her husband Abbas (38), their three year-old

  • Bhopal: Family relieved as Sadhvi Pragya gets bail

    BHOPAL: Relatives of Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur living in Bhopal expressed their contentment after Bombay HC granted her bail in Malegaon Blast case on Tuesday. Sadhvi Pragya, who was among the accused in Malegaon blast in 2008, is currently undergoing treatment for cancer in an ayurvedic hospital in Bhopal.

  • Ujjain: Relatives of a pregnant woman create chaos at Charak hospital

    Ujjain: Relatives of a pregnant woman from Agar district created chaos at the maternity ward of Charak Hospital on Wednesday. The relatives complained that the woman had not received proper attention and medical care though she was in labour for a long time.

  • Haryana gangster’s family refuse to claim his body

    Mumbai : Relatives of the alleged gangster, Sandeep Gadolia (32), who was recently shot by a team from Gurgaon police, have refused to claim his body from the morgue and have demanded that action be taken against the cops for carrying out a `fake’ encounter. Sandeep Gadolia, alias Sandeep Singh, was staying in a room at the Airport Metro Hotel with some aides, when the team barged into his room and there was

  • Mother, baby die at hospital during delivery

    BHOPAL : A woman and her baby died during delivery at Chirayu Hospital on Tuesday. Relatives created a ruckus, alleging negligence on the part of the Hospital management. The management said the incident was ‘very unfortunate” but denied the allegations.

  • Make counselling compulsory for brain-dead patients’ kin: doctors

    Mumbai : Central Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) have written to the Medical Education Minister Vinod Tawde regarding a proposal which includes compulsory counselling at all the hospitals for relatives whose patients are declared brain-dead. The motive of this proposal is to increase the number of organ donations in the city which can be achieved only with better counselling sessions with the families.

  • Pigs as smart as dogs, chimps

    Washington : Pigs can often outsmart dogs and are on about the same intellectual level as our closest living relatives, chimpanzees, scientists have found. “We have shown that pigs share a number of cognitive capacities with other highly intelligent species such as dogs, chimpanzees, elephants, dolphins, and even humans,” said neuroscientist Lori Marino of Emory University, US. “There is good scientific evidence to suggest we need to rethink our overall relationship to them,”

  • Bajaj Auto, HDFC frame ‘insider trading’ codes, others to follow

    New Delhi : With new insider trading norms coming into force from Friday, a host of companies, including Bajaj Auto, HDFC Bank, HDFC and Yes Bank, have framed their Codes of Conduct to regulate and report stock trades by promoters, top executives, their relatives and all connected persons.

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