Free Press Journal
  • Inspector attacked by sand mafia

    Khargone : In a sensational incident, an inspector of mining department had a close shave after he was attacked by sand mafia over intercepting a tractor trolley transporting sand illegally.

  • Smith takes Aussies into tri-series final

    Hobart: Skipper Steve Smith smashed an enthralling hundred as Australia recovered from late jitters to enter the cricket tri-series final with a thrilling three-wicket triumph over England here on Friday.

  • Armed Robbers Were Just No Match For Her

    Woman Fights With Armed Robber To Save Her Pregnant Sister-In-Law; Cops Recover Two Loaded Guns And An Industrial Knife From The Spot

  • Four-day religious programme at Neelbad

    BHOPAL : A four-day religious programme marked by Pooja, Akhand Paath, Pran Pratishtha, Kanyabhoj and Bhandara concluded at Jai Maan Chintaharni Darbar, Neelsagar Colony, Neelbad.

  • Steven all praise for his bowlers

    Hobart: Australia skipper Steven Smith today heaped praise on his bowlers for checking England’s surge in the death overs and restricting them to 303 for eight in their cricket tri-series match here on Friday.

  • Govt Aims At 10% Growth Rate For State, Says Fadnavis

    Mumbai  : The Government aims at keeping the growth rate of the state at 10%, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis  said, while speaking at the investment round table at the World Economic Forum at Davos, a CMO official has said.

  • All For The Lord

    JAI JAGANNATH: Devotees Of Lord Jagannath Participate In The Annual Jagannath Rath Yatra Parade At Andheri West On Friday – BL SONI

  • Mumbai, Punjab play out exciting draw

    Mumbai: Hosts Dabang Mumbai and last year’s runners-up Punjab Warriors played out an exciting 3-3 draw in their opening game of the Hero Hockey India League at the Mahindra Stadium on Friday.

  • Stretch of 19.25 km to be covered for Khan River diversion

    Ujjain : A stretch of 19.25 km between Piplyaraghow and Gonsa villages will be covered for diversion of Khan River. Survey work for the diversion of river will begin from January 27. 13 villages of Ujjain and Ghattia tehsils will be included in the diversion project.

  • Govt Plans 5,000 Cataract Surgeries A Week: Sawant

    Mumbai : Minister for Public Health and Family Welfare Dr Deepak Sawant said the government has kept a target of conducting 5,000 cataract surgeries within a week.

  • Wizards hold defending champs Waveriders 2-2

    Lucknow: Defending champions Delhi Waveriders were held to a 2-2 draw by Uttar Pradesh Wizards in a high-voltage Hockey India League on Friday.

  • People up in arms against Municipality President to hoist flag

    Thandla : Municipality president Champa aka Sunita is alleged of hurting the sentiments of the tribal community and being involved in scams. Hence, the residents of the town are against the decision of Champa hoisting the national flag on January 26.

  • Cops Yet To Act Against Illegal Security Agencies

    Despite The Licensing Unit Of The Mumbai Police Sending A Directive And Three Reminders To 39 Police Divisions And 93 Police Stations Across The City To Furnish Details Of Action Taken Against Unlicensed Security Agencies, Only Eight Divisions And 22 Police Stations Have Replied So Far

  • TN hand Mumbai humiliating defeat

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu virtually qualified for the knockout stage of the Ranji Trophy tournament after they crushed the fourty-time champions Mumbai by an innings and 44 runs on the third and penultimate day on Friday.

  • Will Probe Unnecessary Bunds: Pankaja Munde

    Mumbai : The State Government has undertaken an audit of all the water conservation-related work carried out during the tenure of the previous UPA government in the State and an inquiry might be initiated into unnecessary bunds that had been constructed at various place, minister for rural development and water conservation Pankaja Munde, told reporters here on Friday.

  • What About Water Coolers? HC Takes A Potshot At State

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Friday made an oral observation suggesting the members of the bar council to contribute to put up water coolers and water purifiers in various court premises, as the State repeatedly failed to pay for the same.

  • Mahakal invited to Kalidasa festival with traditional fanfare

    Ujjain : The city residents were given invitation to National Kalidasa Festival amidst traditional fan fare on Friday morning. A ‘Mangal Kalash Yatra’ was organised by the organizing committee which started from Mahakaleshwar temple where the deity lord Mahakal was given invite to grace the event from January 24.

  • Saina Nehwal

    Srikanth, Sindhu Saina make semis

    Lucknow: Defending champion Saina Nehwal inched closer to retaining her women’s singles title, while other shuttlers, including P.V. Sindhu, also made it to the semi-finals of the Syed Modi International Badminton tournament on Friday.

  • Three Aides Of Top Bookie Arrested

    Mumbai : The Oshiwara police on Thursday night arrested three associates of top bookie Jayanti Furia alias Jayanti Malad whose cricket betting racket was busted during a raid on December 20, 2014.