Free Press Journal
  • Collector conducts surprise inspection of dist Jail

    Neemuch: Collector Vikas Singh Narwal conducted the surprise inspection of district Jail Kanawati and met the prisoners. He asked them about the facilities being provided to them. He also visited women ward and various cells of jails where he also directed to inspect the prisoners. During the inspection, no objectionable things were found from the prisoners. Collector Narwal asked about the quality of food being served to prisoners, availability of proper tea,

  • Grasim Mgmt, labour union’s settlement meeting concludes

    Nagda: A settlement meeting was organised between the Grasim management and trade union Morcha on Friday at 10 am wherein long-term settlement demands made by the trade union members were discussed in detail. During the meeting, issues like time limit, increase in wage, bonus, and dearness allowance were discussed in detail and management presented their view and logic on each of them.

  • Test of India’s bench strength

    Mirpur : The Indian cricket team will get an opportunity to test its bench strength when its fringe players led by Suresh Raina square off against minnows Bangladesh in a short three-match ODI series starting today.

  • Discusses poor condition of Indore-Ahmadabad national highway

    Jhabua:  In the Jhabua region, MP Dilip Singh Bhuria met the central transportation minister Nitin Gadkari on June 9 and discussed the declining condition of the Indore-Ahemdabad in-spite of the contract given to IVR Road Company. He also detailed the problems; all the citizens were facing due to this and handed over a letter, requesting the minister to take immediate steps. The MP informed Gadkari that Indore and Ahemdabad, both are the financial capitals of

  • India thrash South Korea, finish ninth

    The Hague (Netherlands) : India put on an attacking display of hockey to beat South Korea 3-0 at the Kyocera Stadium and finish ninth in the FIH World Cup Saturday.

  • ‘School Chalein Hum Abhiyan’ will create base for education in state: Kashyap

    Ratlam: ‘School Chalein Hum Abhiyan’ will create strong base for education in the state and it a constructive programme of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan for strengthening the education base. This was said by the MLA Ratlam city Chetanya Kashyap while addressing here on Saturday.

  • India combining different styles

    The Hague (Netherlands): A dismal ninth-place finish in the World Cup notwithstanding, Indian coach Terry Walsh chose to see the brighter side and said that the team is trying to mix the Asian and European styles of hockey that can be troublesome for the rivals. “We’ve been mixing a bit of the Asian and European (more…)

  • Food security officer attacked Police arrest four accused

    Ratlam: After the attack on district food security officer when he went to initiate actions on the directives of the district collector against a restaurant owner here at Mhow road situated bus stand, police have arrested four persons including the restaurant owner. Police not only arrested them but also demolished the encroachment at the bus stand and seized ten domestic LPG cylinders being used for the commercial purpose.

  • Cases registered against 23 accused

    Ratlam: Police have arrested one male and four women in the case of attack on the residents of the Rupakheda village when they were coming to Ratlam for selling vegetables and other items. Police said that cases have been registered against 23 persons while those arrested have been sent to judicial custody till June 26.

  • Can marketing lift Indian sports?

    Delhi : One World Cup has just got under way and another is ending Sunday. Both football and hockey majors seem to mean much to India as well as the international federations governing the two popular sports.

  • Kartik retires from all forms of cricket

    New Delhi : Former India left-arm spinner Murali Kartik Saturday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, bringing down the curtains on a career that spanned more than 17 years.

  • Infighting in IOA, Secy Gen questions Prez on boxing issue

    New Delhi: Infighting has broken out in the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) with its Secretary General Rajeev Mehta questioning his president N Ramachandran over the recognition of a new  boxing association without consulting the executive. (more…)

  • Mansi, Pranjal upset favourites

    Mumbai : Unseeded Mansi Chiplunkar and Pranjal Shinde registered thrilling wins over the favourites to storm into the junior girls’ semi-finals, in the PRO TT 4 Star Combined Mumbai District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, at the University Pavilion, on Saturday. (more…)

  • Jessy misses gold by a whisker at Asian Athletics

    Taipei City: Middle-distance runner, Jessy Joseph missed the gold medal by a whisker as India returned with two silvers and a bronze on the third day of the 16th Asian junior athletics championships.

  • Indian squash teams lose in semis

    Hong Kong: Both the Indian men’s and women’s teams lost to their Malaysia opponents in the semi-finals of the Asian team squash championship here Saturday, but will return home with a bronze medal apiece. The Indian women were the underdogs and put up a gallant fight but were overpowered by the mighty Malaysians (more…)

  • India win silver and bronze

    Kolkata: Rajat Chauhan bagged a silver in the compound individual section after going down to Korean Yong Choi at the Archery World Cup Stage III in Antalya, Greece. According to information received here, Chauhan began poorly and trailed by five points as he tried to recover from a jittery start with a perfect 30 in the third end. (more…)

  • Sangakkara ton frustrates England

    London: Kumar Sangakkara scored his first Test hundred at Lord’s as Sri Lanka looked to avoid the follow-on against England. Sri Lanka were 309 for four at tea on the third day, still 266 runs behind after Joe Root’s maiden Test double century had taken England to 575 for nine declared in the first of this two-match series. But now they (more…)

  • Kapur makes cut at US Open

    Pinehurst (US): Not even a crippling triple bogey on the stretch back home could stop Indian golfer Shiv Kapur from making the midway cut at the US Open. Kapur, who was three-under for the day through 15 holes, made a triple on the par-4 16th, but kept control of his nerves to finish with pars and a card of even par 70 after a first round 73. Continue Reading ...-->

  • Carlson to coach TT players

    Indore:  World famous TT coach Peter Carlson will guide budding paddlers during a 15-day workshop starting June 15. “Sweden’s Carlson is the chief coach of International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and he is being specially sent to India to take part in two-phase special coaching camps,” Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association’s (more…)