Free Press Journal
  • 4 thefts in city

    Indore: Four thefts occurred on Sunday night in teh city. All these thefts occurred in locked houses and the amount of stolen goods is not yet ascertained.The first incident was of Daudi Nagar, Khajrana; where the resident family of Abdul Sattar went to a marriage function, locking the house, at around 5 p.m. on Sunday evening. When they returned at around 11 p.m., they found the lock broken and the goods scattered

  • 45 lakh MT wheat procured

    BHOPAL : Chief Secretary Antony De Sa, in video conferencing ‘Parakh’ held here on Monday, interacted with collectors.  It was informed that 45 lakh metric ton of wheat procurement has been done in the state through 2,985 purchase centres. PS to chief minister Manoj Shrivastava, PS, GAD K Suresh and PS, Home RK Swai were present on the occasion.

  • RTO team raids at A-to-Z workshop

    Seizes four vehicles, gives deadline till Tuesday to present documents

  • Take action on illegal water-connections

    Indore : Indore Municipal Corporation Commissioner Rakesh Singh directed the officials to take action against those persons who own illegal water-connections. Singh was addressing a review meeting regarding water supply in the city on Tuesday at Mayor auditorium. He issued directives regarding giving new connections to applicants. He also directed Water tank incharge and sub-engineer to conduct a spot inspection and analyse water availability, line capacity, connection size and other factors. These

  • Labourer’s death, godown owner, contractor booked

    Indore: After two days of incident, police booked the godown owner and the contractor in connection of the case of death of one labourer, due to electrocution, while working in the godown in Palda area. The incident was occurred on Saturday morning. One more labourer was injured and he is under treatment at present.

  • Rs 89-L assets of AE to be confiscated

    Indore: A special anti-corruption court here on Monday ordered to confiscate assets worth Rs 89 lakh belonging to an Assistant Engineer (AE) and which were found disproportionate to his known sources income. The assets would be utilised for public welfare. The Lok Ayukta had registered a case against Sudama Nagar-resident Arvind Tiwari, Assistant Engineer, who was in-charge of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme at Kannod in Dewas district.

  • Indigo, Air India flights delayed

    Indore: The air passengers faced difficulty on Monday due to delay in flights of Indigo and Air India by over two hours.  According to airport administration Indigo’s flight IGO-436 arrived city airport at 8.15pm from Delhi and departed to Nagpur at 8.45pm while its scheduled arrival and departure timing is 6.15pm and 6.45pm. On the other hand the passengers of Air India’s Delhi-Indore-Mumbai flight AIC-636 also become unfortunate to get delayed by

  • Commissioner reviews divisional projects

    Indore: Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey directed all district collectors and officials to start work immediately to meet the latest targets given by the State government. He also asked them to complete all the pending tasks. Dubey was addressing review meeting through video-conference, on Monday from Indore.

  • Five out of five for Punjab

    Kings XI complete a perfect UAE leg with win over listless Bangalore

  • Smith is an intelligent cricketer: McCullum

    Sharjah: Brendon McCullum and Dwayne Smith have given Chennai Super Kings a flying start in IPL 7 with their explosive partnership at the top of batting order and the New Zealander described his opening partner a “powerful” and “intelligent” cricketer.

  • KP’s calmness has rubbed off on DD players: Parnell

    Sharjah: Delhi Daredevils pacer Wayne Parnell is all praise for his skipper Kevin Pietersen, saying that the Englishman’s calmness has rubbed off on his team-mates in their IPL campaign so far. “Pietersen brings his own energy to the team and his calmness rubs off on the other players. If you have a calm captain, you have a calm team as well,” Parnell said.

  • Dhoni reveals his formula for success

    Sharjah: The Chennai Super Kings skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni revealed his formula for success.
    According to gulf news, the Indian skipper shared his philosophy with the students on how to be successful. “All of us make mistakes, be it a businessman or sportsperson. All of them will make mistakes but the duration between the two mistakes is what makes them special. The longer the duration is between the two mistakes, people call you

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  • India go down fighting to Korea

    Glasgow : Indian women’s hockey team went down fighting against Korea 2-4 in their opening match of the Champions Challenge 1.The Indian team opened the scoring in the 12th minute through Vandana Katariya’s field goal.

  • Nikhil stars in Indian Gym’s win

    Mumbai: Thanks to their star Maharashtra stalwart  Nikhil Ayre, Indian Gymkhana opened their campaign  with a fine 52-46 win over Central YMCA  in the men’s group ‘C’ league  of the Mastan YMCA basketball tournament. Nikhil alongwith the Kalbhor brothers, Rushabh and Ankit  were all the place and repeated made inroads into their rivals half to lead  35-19 midway.

  • Pinkyar, Gandhi win thrillers in snooker

    Mumbai: Fancied Deependra Pinkyar and veteran Kersi Gandhi snatched thrilling black ball wins in deciders to advance to the third round, in the Citilights Radio Club All India Open Handicap Snooker & InvitationBilliards Tournament on Monday.

  • Akram backs Kolkata to reach semis

    New Delhi : Encouraged by the presence of many “team players”, Kolkata Knight Riders bowling coach Wasim Akram has expressed confidence that his side will make it to the final four in the IPL as they have a “good enough” bowling attack.

  • Vijay aims for consistency

    Sharjah: Stylish opening batsman Murali Vijay is slowly finding his feet in the colours of his new IPL team Delhi Daredevils and he says he wants to be consistent and finish off more games. “I want to be consistent in my performances. I am working on that aspect. As far as my batting is concerned, I have been batting well. Once I get consistency, I will get going,” Vijay said.