Free Press Journal
  • Collector on surprise inspection

    Dhar : Collector CB Singh was on a surprise inspection visit on all the primary health centers, sub-health centers, Aanganwadi centers and various schools as well. He was accompanied by Dr Thakur. During the inspection, no student was present at the Talwada Aanganwadi number two; hence Aanganwadi worker Tolki Bai and helper Sohan Bai are to be suspended.

  • Diggy letter has no legal value, is stunt: Ministers

    BHOPAL : Four ministers – KailashVijayvergiya, Umashankar Gupta, Bhuprendra Singh and GaurishankarShejwar- came out to counter allegations made by the former chief minister Digvijaya Singh in a letter petition sent to the High Court.

  • Two women raped in different areas of town

    Burhanpur : A woman, resident of Ganpati area, was raped at midnight by a 25-year-old man named Kishore. The accused sneaked into the victim’s house and threatened her to death. He warned the victim that if she raised her pitch, he shall stab her with the knife he carried along. According to the statement given by the victim, she got frightened and the alleged raped her. Police has registered the case under

  • Governor in Ratlam today

    Ratlam : State Governor Ram Naresh Yadav will reach Ratlam on Saturday. According to information, he will arrive by special plane at 11.40 am at Banjali air-strip from where he will reach to Circuit House. After taking part in the local programme, he will leave for Bhopal at 3.40 pm.

  • Buldhana Co-op Society’s MD Jhanvar in Khargone today

    Khargon : In the inauguration of country’s largest co-operative credit society, Buldhana Urban Cooperative Credit Society Limited, Khargon branch, which is the 326th branch of the country and 14th branch of Madhya Pradesh, the managing director of the institution Sukesh Jhanwar is to arrive.

  • Glenmark Foundation & Spandan Samaj Sewa Samiti organise Dermatology camp

    Khandwa : Concerned by the high incidence of Skin Infections, Glenmark Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and a local NGO – Spandan Samaj Sewa Samiti organized a free dermatology camp for the benefit of the less privileged tribal villagers in Khalwa block of Khandwa district .

  • Admn removes encroachment on large scale in town

    Kukshi : During a joint anti-encroachment drive of administration, police and Nagar  Panchayat, a large scale illegal constructions were removed here on Friday. the anti-encroachment drive began in-front of Nagar Panchayat office and after removing illegal constructions of that area, continued till Silkua Road and in-front of SDM residence.

  • Germans get Mats right

    Rio De Janeiro :  Germany become the first team in World Cup history to reach four consecutive semi-finals after defender Mats Hummels’ thunderous header secured the Philipp Lahm-led team to a narrow 1-0 win over France in the first quarterfinals played at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro on Friday.

  • Messi-dependent Argentina face star-studded Belgium

    Brasilia :  Argentina will once again turn to Lionel Messi for inspiration when they tackle star-studded Belgium here today in a World Cup quarter-final haunted by ghosts of yesteryear.

  • Dutch time for Costa Rica

    Salvador :  The irresistible fairytale of Costa Rica faces a day of reckoning against Louis van Gaal’s hard, calculating Dutch side tomorrow in the Brazil World Cup’s most unlikely quarter-final.

  • Colombia bans shaving foam

    Bogota: Colombia will ban the sale of flour and shaving foam in Bogota for the quarter-final World clash with hosts Brazil, with thousands expected on the streets and passions running high in the football-mad country.

  • Shakira

    Shakira, Santana to perform

    Rio de Janeiro: Pop star Shakira will perform before the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro on July 13, headlining a closing ceremony that includes guitar virtuoso Carlos Santana and rapper Wyclef Jean.

  • Djokovic downs Dimitrov to reach third Wimbledon final

    London :  Novak Djokovic moved a step closer to his second Wimbledon title as the top seed booked his third appearance in the final with a gritty 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (7/2), 7-6 (9/7) victory over Grigor Dimitrov on Friday.

  • Bouchard shrugs off ‘Sharapova’ heir tag

    London :  Eugenie Bouchard played down her role as heir to Maria Sharapova on Friday, 24 hours before the Wimbledon final which could transform the 20-year-old Canadian into a multi-million dollar superstar.

  • Probe over illegal WC ticket sales

    Rio de Janeiro: Brazilian authorities investigated whether members of the Brazilian, Argentine and Spanish football federations were involved in the illegal sale of World Cup tickets after police dismantled a scalping gang.

  • Paes-Stepanek bows out

    London :  The Indian challenge at the Wimbledon ended with veteran Leander Paes and his Czech partner Radek Stepanek losing their men’s doubles semi-final against Canadian Vasek Pospisil and American Jack Sock in straight sets on Friday.

  • Murray fuels break up rumours

    London: Andy Murray’s on-court outburst during his quarter-final Wimbledon match against Grigor Dimitrov has sparked off rumours that he might have split from his girlfriend.

  • Zahed ‘nicks’ Harinderpal

    Mumbai :  Sixth seed Zahed Mohamed of Egypt fashioned a confident 3-1 win over Harinderpal Singh Sandhu of India to advance to the semi-finals, in the 2nd CCI PSA International Squash Championship, at the CCI on Friday.