Free Press Journal
  • Indore’s MP: People’s verdict to be known today

    Indore: The much awaited verdict of people of Indore parliamentary constituency will be know by Friday 4 pm as the counting of votes will begin at 8.30 am amidst elaborate arrangements at Nehru Stadium. Early trends will be available by 9.30 am and by noon, the picture could emerge on who would be the winner.

  • Brazil’s only option is winning WC: Scolari

    Rio de Janeiro: As hosts of the 2014 World Cup, Brazil’s only option is to win the ultimate championship, according to national coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. “In Brazil, we only have one option – winning,” the Tuesday edition of Brazilian daily O Globo cited Scolari as saying, reports Xinhua.

  • I do not expect Spain to win again, says Lehmann

    New Delhi: Stating that Spain has been the biggest stumbling block for his country over the past few years, former German goalkeeping star Jens Lehmann said he ‘does not expect’ the reigning world champions to make it two in a row in the upcoming FIFA World Cup.

  • ‘Brazil favourites, tough for European teams’

    New Delhi: No European team has won a World Cup across the Atlantic and the trend is expected to continue in the upcoming extravaganza, according to iconic Swedish striker Zlatan Ibramohivic, who is backing Brazil to lift a record sixth world title and their first at home.

  • Royal whipping

    Rajasthan register a massive  62-run win over Delhi; consolidate position in top four 

  • Patel and Trivedi won’t be losers even if Tai wins

    Indore: As the counting for Lok Sabha elections begins on Friday morning, candidates here are on upbeat with BJP candidate and sitting MP Sumitra Mahajan being confident of her eighth consecutive victory and Congress candidate Satyanarayan Patel and Aam Aadmi Party candidate Anil Trivedi are sure about fetching their respective “shares from the bounty”.

  • Modi mania even in IPL!

    Ahmedabad: The IPL match between Rajasthan and Delhi on Thursday night saw Narendra Modi supporters cheering for the BJP pm candidate and shouting slogans in his favour. Around 400 Modi supporters, wearing saffron caps with the message ‘Modi for PM’ and seated across the stadium, kept up the ‘Modi-Modi’ chant from the start.
    One of the supporters Ravi said, “We are here to cheer for Modi as he is going to become the

  • Virat should focus on batting than captaincy, says Ganguly

    New Delhi: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly feels that Virat Kohli should take it easy while leading the Royal Challengers Bangalore side which in turn would help him focus on his primary duty– scoring as many runs as possible.Under Kohli’s captaincy, RCB has lost six out of the 10 games.

  • FB boasts of 500 million soccer fans

    Washington: Facebook claims that it has 500 million soccer fans on its network. It considers its users as soccer fans if they have liked a team or player’s page. Trying to woo marketers to advertise on the platform for the FIFA World Cup, the social networking site designed a build-up of data. While Brazil has over 53.8 million fans, the U.S. ranks second with 48.9 million fans on Facebook.

  • Brazil-Argentina final is Fred’s ultimate dream

    Rio de Janeiro: Brazil striker Fred has revealed his desire to meet Argentina in an all-South American FIFA World Cup final in July. The 30-year was included in Luiz Felipe Scolari’s 23-man squad for the June 12-July 13 tournament in Brazil, reports Xinhua.

  • Fabregas, Balotelli set to rock with odd-coloured football boots

    London: Football stars like Cesc Fabregas, Mario Balotelli, Sergio Aguero and Marco Reus are set to rock odd-coloured pink and blue boots for the World Cup in Brazil.  According to Metro.co.uk, the stars will be seen wearing Puma’s new evoPower ‘Tricks’ in Brazil during the World Cup while playing for their national side.  Puma unveiled that their new ‘Tricks’ boots, which essentially compromise of one pink and one turquoise blue boot, and

  • Rome Masters: Murray sets quarters with Nadal

    Rome: World No. 1 Rafael Nadal endured some nervous moments in his third-round match against No. 14-seeded Mikhail Youzhny Thursday at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, but Rafa ultimately survived 6-7(4), 6-2, 6-1 in a three-set thriller.Not only does the hard-fought victory place Nadal in the Rome Masters quarterfinals, but it also sets up a clash with Andy Murray for the first time since 2011.

  • Defending champs Air India win, but bow out

    Mumbai: Defending champions Air India despite clinching a win from their last league match bowed out of the competition failing to qualify for the semi-final round of the 10th PMC Bank-Guru Tegh Bahadur Gold Cup All India Hockey Tournament. Air India, who are also the reigning National champions, defeated Tamil Nadu XI 5-4 in the final Group-A league match, at the MHAL stadium, Churchgate, on Thursday.

  • BEST IS BROKE, CAN’T PAY SALARIES!

    Though no reason has been given, workers suspect it’s a tactic to force them to follow the new rota system

  • Wi fi, Smart Phones for college students

    CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan asked officials of higher  education department to implement integrated plan for reforms