Free Press Journal
  • Exhausted Yogeshwar Dutt likely to miss World Championships for Asian Games

    New Delhi :  Exhausted after a golden performance at the Commonwealth Games, star wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt on Monday said he might skip next month’s World Championships at Tashkent to be fighting fit for the Asian Games, to be held in Incheon from September 19 to October 4.

  • Sagar MLA has no faith in state’s government construction agencies

    BHOPAL : The state government may be making tall claims about the efficiency of its departments but the people’s representatives are losing confidence in the working of government departments. In a latest development, Sagar MLA Shailendra Jain used his MLAs’ fund to get a co-operative society of Uttar Pradesh construct a concrete road.

  • India can never win with four bowlers, says Strauss

    Manchester :  Taking a dig at the Indian approach ahead of the Old Trafford Test, former England skipper Andrew Strauss has said that the visitors not only need more aggression but will also find it extremely difficult to win a Test match with four bowlers in their XI.

  • Official warning for poor Test pitch at Trent Bridge

    Dubai :  The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday announced that Trent Bridge has been given an official warning under the ICC Pitch Monitoring Process following the first drawn Test between England and India last month.

  • Lanka, Pak gear up for Jayawardene finale

    Colombo :  Hosts Sri Lanka hope to give retiring former captain Mahela Jayawardene a winning farewell when they take on Pakistan for a sixth Test series in as many years from Wednesday.

  • Kylie Minogue sparkles in glittering closing ceremony

    Glasgow :  CGAMES-2014-CLOSINGPop star Kylie Minogue was the star performer in a glittering closing ceremony as curtains came down on the 20th Commonwealth Games where India finished a creditable fifth with 64 medals even as a couple of officials embarrassed the contingent by their antics.

  • Both nations will review 1950 pact

    Kathmandu : India and Nepal on Monday agreed to “review, adjust and update” a 1950 bilateral friendship pact and not to let “unscrupulous elements” misuse their open border to pose threats to the two countries.

  • Cong plans mass stir as CAG nails Gujarat govt

    Ahmedabad : Accusing the BJP-led Gujarat government of trying to cover up the issues raised by CAG in its report tabled in the state assembly, opposition Congress said it would launch agitations to highlight the auditor’s findings.

  • Newlywed Djokovic seeks more joy on court

    Toronto (Canada) :  Newlywed Novak Djokovic will try to give himself more reason to celebrate this week as he returns to the hardcourts of North America at the ATP Masters at Toronto with the US Open on the horizon.

  • Follow Guj model in farming: Economist

    New Delhi : India should follow the Gujarat model on agriculture to achieve food security, says noted farm sector economist Ashok Gulati, adding this state alone had managed to log three times the nation’s growth in this crucial sector.

  • MITM student makes unique project

    Ujjain : A second year student of MITM has developed a unique project for recycling waste water. System developed by Jitendra Chaudhary student of Mechanical Engineering second year can save billions of liters of water. The system uses waste water at its input and recycles it making it safe, even for drinking purposes. Material used to build project includes two water restoring tank, one flush, four nozzles and two switches. This system

  • Back in the reckoning

    World No.1 Serena announces return to form with Stanford win in the build-up to the US Open

  • Clouds of uncertainty over success of GIS

    BHOPAL : It is doubtful if the state government will be able to hold the prestigious Global Investors Summit successfully. The Summit is scheduled to be held in Indore from October 8 to 10 and it is certain that two senior officials of industries department would not be attending the summit.

  • PMT 2013: Suppl challan presented

    BHOPAL: Supplementary challan has been submitted against Pradeep Jain in connection with PMT-2013.  His son Sahil Jain was selected in PMT 2013 and got admission in Chiratyu Medical College. Challan was submitted in CJM court.

  • ‘Toilets’ mandatory to fight polls in Gujarat

    GANDHINAGAR : Even as BJP moved into the driver’s seat in the Gandhinagar district panchayat after nine members, including Congress president Hinaben Patel, crossed the floor, Gujarat’s first woman Chief Minister Anandiben Patel floated a revolutionary proposal on Monday.

  • Vyapam impact: Steep fall in number of admissions to engg colleges

    BHOPAL : The Vyapam scam that gave sleepless nights to many leaders of the ruling party has had its adverse impact on professional colleges in Madhya Pradesh as the number of admission has fell considerably this year.

  • Maxis deal: CBI studies AG’s views on booking Marans

    New Delhi : The Central Bureau of investigation (CBI) is analysing the opinion of Attorney General Mukul Rohtagi, received on Monday, which said there was enough material to file a charge sheet against former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran and his brother Kalanithi in the Aircel-Maxis deal case.

  • Rape accused escapes from police custody

    NARSINGHPUR: A minor girl, resident of Cheelachoun Khurd was raped recently and the local station chowki police caught the accused who fled from police custody.