Free Press Journal
  • Bamboo Mart begins

    Indore: A Bamboo Mart, organized jointly by Bamboo Mission, Bhopal with Forest Department, kicked off here on Saturday. The mart offers a wide range of products to its visitors. Informing about the mart, Assistant Conservator of Forest Abhay Jain said that various organizations from the state and other parts of country like Meghalaya and Kerala are showcasing their products in the fair. He added that more than 22 districts from the state

  • Bandhs trouble farmers at Krishi Upaj Mandi

    Ujjain: Hundreds of farmers who came here with trolleys filled with wheat for sale at Krishi Upaj Mandi had to face lot of trouble due to the two- day ‘ bandh’ in the city. Krishi Upaj Mandi remained closed for two days and the farmers were not aware of the closure.

  • Women empowerment cell ‘ Rashmika’ inaugurated at MGI

    Ujjain: Mahakal Group of Institutes ( MGI) constituted a women empowerment cell ‘ Rashmika’ to mark the International Women’s Day here on Saturday. The cell was inaugurated by chief guest Dr Prem Chhabra, special guest Dr Nalini Langar and MGI vice chairperson Renu Vasishtha during a programme.

  • Rly Board member inspects rly station

    Ujjain: Ahead of the Simhastha Fair- 2016, the Railway Board officials and members are frequently visiting Ujjain railway station. Railway Board member Devi Prasad Pandey arrived here to inspect the arrangements being made for Simhastha Fair at railway station on Saturday.

  • Fitting climax to an error-ridden event

    In a tournament where the team which committed less errors was most likely to be a winner, Sri lanka produced a clinical performance with the ball and later nonchalantly destroyed Pak bowling to lift the title for the fifth time

  • Windies face tough T20 title defence: Gayle

    Bridgetown (Barbados): Explosive opener Chris Gayle believes the West Indies have a realistic shot at defending their World Twenty20 title but admits the regional side will face a tough challenge.The big-hitting left-hander was a key member of the side which lifted the T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka two years ago, and is expected to be at the forefront again as the side does battle in the March 16 to April 6

  • Oz can be No.1 Test nation by this year end

    Sydney: Australia can snatch the No.1 spot in the Test cricket world from South Africa by the end of the year, according to a report.The ICC’s Test rankings formula ensures bigger rewards for away wins and those coming against sides ranked higher on the table and a four-year form trajectory is studied with Tests in the past two years worth twice as much as Tests in the older two years of the

  • ICC celebrates International Women’s Day

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) Saturday joined millions of people across the globe in celebrating International Women’s Day.”International Women’s Day provides an important opportunity to reflect on the progress made in cricket in recent times, and to refocus on the exciting future ahead,” ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said in a media release.

  • Saina fails the English test

    Her journey comes to a premature end after China’s Shixian Wang defeated India’s ace shuttler in All England Open Badminton C’ships quarter-finals

  • Winter paralympics begin under Ukraine shadow

    Only one Ukrainian competitor takes part in the opening ceremony at Sochi in a symbolic protest against Russia’s incursion into Crimea

  • Dempo thrash Sporting 4-0

    Margao: Tolgay Ozbey scored twice as Dempo capitalised on Sporting clube de Goa’s shaky defence to score an impressive 4-0 win in their 20th round I-League match.Dempo, who led 4-0 at half time, scored through Tolgay (16th, 30th), Roberto Silva(18th) and Clifford Miranda (25th).

  • Chhetri stars in Bengaluru’s win

    Bangalore: Hosts Bengaluru FC showed no mercy to their guests and Federation Cup winners Churchill Brothers as they struck thrice during a stirring second-half display to consolidate their position at the top of the I-League table on Saturday.

  • Bharat Petroleum, Central Railway march forward

    Mumbai: Bharat Petroleum, Central Railway and Thane Police march forward in the Mumbai Mayor Cup Maharashtra State Invitation Kabaddi Tournament organised by Mumbai Suburban Kabaddi Association.  Bharat Petrolem defeated Mumbai BMC 20-9. Petroleum’s Shailesh Sawant and Nilesh Sawant helped team to take lead from the very beginning and by the half time the score

  • Sea View defeat Bandra Packers for Soccer title

    Mumbai: Sea View Sports Club, Bandra, emerged triumphant in the inaugural edition of the Karnatak Sporting Association (KSA) ‘We Can Do It Too’ Women’s Football Championship – 2014. KSA organised the event in celebration of the ‘International Women’s Day’.

  • Celebrity TT at NSCI today

    Mumbai: The one-day Vilas Menon memorial Celebrity table tennis tournament will be  organised by Vilas Menon Trust at National Sports Club of India (NSCI), Worli, tomorrow (Sunday, March 9) at 6 p.m. Apart from ex-International table tennis stars like industrialist Neeraj Bajaj, Farrokh Khodaiji, former  India hockey captain Dhanjay Pillay and an ex-Test cricket Sanjay Manjrekar, himself a good table tennis player, the event  is likely to see some of the noted

  • Malaysian airliner goes missing with 239 on board!

    Kuala Lumpur/Hanoi :  Multinational rescue efforts were intensified late on Saturday, almost 20 hours after a Beijing-bound Malaysian Airlines plane with 239 people on board lost contact with air traffic control and went missing two hours after taking off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing.

  • Action replay at Visakhapatnam

    Another accident on under-construction nuke sub claims a worker’s life at Eastern Naval Command centre