Free Press Journal
  • India falter against NZ despite Kohli heroics

    The star-chaser for once failed to take India across the finishing line as the Kiwis staged a dramatic turnaround to pull off a thrilling 24-run win

  • Below 95 percentile? ou may not get admission in IIM- I

    Indore: If candidates with percentile below 95 in common admission test ( CAT) get calls from Indian Institute of Management Indore, they should not be hopeful of getting admission in post graduate programme even though the institute does not entertain CAT score after initial shortlisting round.

  • Ivanovic shocker for Serena

    Injury-hit Williams misses out on a chance to win a rare calendar-year Grand Slam

  • Mukhopadhyay PG Instructional Course

    Indore: The 1st International and 18th B Mukhopadhyay Post- Graduate Instructional Course will be organized in the city from January 22 to 25 in which students and faculties of orthopedics from world over will take part. The event will be organized by Association of Center for Science and Society, Indore under the auspices of Orthopedic Association of SAARC Countries and Orthopedic Research and Education Foundation, India.

  • PRTS holds cyber awareness programme

    Indore: PRTS held cyber awareness training programme for schoolchildren and parents under its special drive, ‘ Sandesh’. In continuation of series of such programmes, on Sunday, around 150 students and parents obtained training in Hotel Fortune Landmark. The programme was specially held on the request of GD Goenka Public School.

  • Dhoni asks for better consistency

    Napier: India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday said his team’s failure to build partnerships after losing early wicket was the cause of the defeat against New Zealand in the first one-dayer and asked his batsmen to step-up with more consistent performances.

  • Dutch humble NZ to lift HWL title

    New Delhi: Constantijn Jonker slammed a hat-trick to help the Netherlands spank New Zealand 7-2 in a lop-sided summit clash and lift the inaugural Hero Hockey World League Final.A cagey first 10 minutes saw both teams testing each other. It was the Netherlands who broke the deadlock when Jonker (17th) hit the ball from a seemingly impossible angle past an outstretched Devon Manchester in the Black Sticks goal.

  • Consumer awareness programme held

    Indore: An awareness programme for motivating consumers at block and district level was held in the city, on Sunday. State head of Consumer Protection Council, ogita Jaiswal said that the objective of this event was to develop awareness, motivate and bring together the consumers on block and District level and

  • Six injured in stone pelting

    Indore: At least six persons, including three women, were injured in stone- pelting when two families clashed at Sarvhara Nagar under Pardeshipura police station, on Saturday. Police registered a case against both the families.According to Investigating Officer ( S- I) Mishra, the dispute arose over a petty issue as Sahu family was taking out Sai palki yatra. The loud music was unbearable for Tiwari family and they approached the Sahus.

  • Implement welfare schemes on highest priority: Dubey

    Indore: Asking divisional officers to meet the district collectors during their visits to respective districts, Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey has said that the problems of common man are small and they should be addressed without delay.

  • Angad Duggal

    The indomitable spirit of these special runners

    Mumbai :  One of the most inspiring aspects of the Mumbai marathon is the spirit of the disabled. Hundreds participated this year also in the marathon with many being wheeled in and others toiling through the run on their crutches.

  • Bhatkal threat to Kejriwal or petty politics?

    New Delhi :  Terror outfit Indian Mujahideen plans to abduct Arvind Kejriwal for securing release of its key member Yaseen Bhatkal, the Delhi police has claimed but Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal doubts the police version and has refused to accept security.

  • Narendra Modi

    A ‘tea vendor’ sells his vision of ‘smart’ India

    New Delhi :  Having discovered that the ‘Modi versus Rahul’ battle would not be played out in the next few months, the BJP’s prime ministerial aspirant Narendra Modi has chosen to describe himself as a ‘sewak’.

  • Sashi Tharoor

    Shashi wants the truth out to end speculation

    New Delhi :  Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development Shashi Tharoor has written to Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde requesting him to make available all details of the investigation, including the CCTV footage, to the media to end unbridled speculation.

  • Ma Sonia saved son Rahul on the altar of politics

    New Delhi :  For the BJP’s prime ministerial aspirant Narendra Modi it is a mother’s protective love for her son and not any concern for democratic traditions that has stopped the Congress from naming Rahul Gandhi as its prime ministerial candidate.

  • FIR against AAP-led mob

    New Delhi :  The Delhi Police on Sunday lodged a FIR against “unknown” people, part of last week’s midnight raid conducted by state Law Minister Somnath Bharti at a house where some Africans resided.

  • Tarar plays the victim

    Islamabad :  Peeved at being at the centre of the controversy surrounding Shashi Tharoor, Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar claimed she had no role in his marital discord with Sunanda Pushkar and was a “victim of conspiracy”.

  • Looking ahead

    It is a time when all the professional colleges gear up for placement season. Knowledge brings out the flavour of the season in a new series, with top tips for aspirants

  • Passed perfect?

    With the chartered accountancy result percentage going down, students question why such an abysmal rate? Knowledge attempts to find a few answers