Free Press Journal
  • Bagan, Salgaocar win

    Kolkata : Defender Pritam Kotal’s late strike ensured a 1-0 win for city giants Mohun Bagan over Pune FC in a I-League encounter on Saturday.

  • Embezzling Govt funds worth Rs 8-L

    Indore : The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has registered cases against officials of Prathmik Krishi Sakh Sahkari Sanstha Maryadit and Zilla Sahkari Kendriya Bank Maryadit for embezzling government funds in excess of Rs 8 lakh. Cases have been registered under Sections 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 and 120-B of the IPC and Section 13(1) D and 13(2) of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

  • Home coming for Mumbai FC

    Mumbai : After a hiatus of five years, Mumbai FC return to home turf and coach Khalid Jamil is hoping for a positive result from his team. The Mumbai club take on Sporting Clube de Goa in their first home match at the refurbished Cooperage football stadium.

  • Ishant out of World Cup, Mohit to replace him

    Adelaide: India’s senior-most pacer Ishant Sharma was today ruled out of the World Cup owing to a knee injury after he was the only one among the four injured cricketers who failed in the fitness test.

  • Body found near track

    Indore : Police recovered a youth’s body near railway tracks on Friday night. He was run over by a train and prima facie it appears that he committed suicide.

  • Warriors drub Delhi Waveriders

    Mohali : Drag flicker Sandeep Singh struck thrice as title contender Punjab Warriors blanked Delhi Waveriders 7-0 in a Hockey India League match on Saturday.

  • Bihar muddle: BJP unlikely to intervene

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday decided to wait and watch developments in Bihar without jumping into the muddle thrown up by Chief Minister Manjhi recommending dissolution of the Assembly after a majority of the ministers left him to join his predecessor Nitish Kumar re-elected as leader of the Janata Dal(U) legislature party to become CM again.

  • Krishna to visit city hospitals tomorrow

    Indore : Despite rise in temperature, it seems, there is no relief from Swine flu virus as one more suspected patient succumbed to the disease, on Saturday. With this, the death toll reached 21 including nine suspected deaths.

  • World Cup to witness massive hawala deals!

    Mumbai : The government may have committed to bring back unaccounted money stashed abroad, but around Rs 50,000 crore would be transferred purely through the hawala route within India and abroad during the forthcoming World Cup cricket tournament that would witness massive betting.

  • Four held for sending obscene clipping

    Indore : A girl working as event manager in a premium hotel was added to WhatsApp Group and was sent an obscene clipping. The matter was reported to ‘We Care for You’ Cell, which nabbed the group’s Admin and three others and handed them over to Khajrana police for further action.

  • Rays take on Wizards

    Ranchi: Having thumped Kalinga Lancers 4-0 in their last match, the upbeat Ranchi Rays will be looking to continue the winning momentum when they take on Uttar Pradesh Wizards.

  • Mystery ash covers parts of Washington

    New York: A substance described as “white stuff” and “milky rain” covered parts of Washington and Oregon states in the US but its origin is a mystery, media reported on Saturday. “We have received reports of ‘white stuff’ on vehicles. The ash is more than likely from the Volcano Shiveluch,” Washington state’s Walla Walla County Emergency officials said in a statement, CNN reported.

  • Court rejects plea against Modi over poll affidavit

    Ahmedabad: A court here on Saturday gave a clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, rejecting a petition filed by an AAP member which accused him of filing a `defective’ affidavit during the 2012 Gujarat Assembly elections. Ahmedabad district Additional Sessions judge G N Rana rejected the petition filed by Nishant Verma who had sought registration of a first information report against Modi for non-disclosure of marital status in his election affidavit.

  • Police inspect Panch Kroshi route

    Ujjain : Police officials led by SP MS Verma on Saturday inspected the Panch Kroshi route and outer ring road.

  • RS polls: Azad elected from Kashmir area

    Jammu: Aided by CPI(M) and two independent MLAs, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad was on Saturday elected to Rajya Sabha while PDP and BJP secured three out of the four seats in the elections held to the Upper House from Jammu and Kashmir. Azad who was a joint candidate of Congress-National Conference alliance required three additional votes apart from the combined strength of 27 seats of the two parties to scrape

  • IMC panel to search spaces for parking

    Indore : The Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has been contemplating to impose charges on owners who park their vehicles in the IMC-owned parking lots.

  • Future Group re-launches Cosmos Big Bazaar in the city

    Ujjain : The Future Market Networks, part of Future Group, re-launched the Cosmos Mall at the Nanakheda area, here on Saturday. In a bid to provide an art of modern retailing, the company kicked-off the Big Bazaar in parallel to redefine the shopping experience for customers.

  • Stolen vehicles seized, 2 held

    Indore : The Crime Branch, Indore nabbed two vehicle-thieves and recovered stolen vehicles worth lakhs from their possession.

  • Raoji, Atul advance

    Mumbai : Raoji Gawde of Mumbai knocked out Sushant Kachre of Thane in a straight games encounter 25-11, 25-5 to enter second round of the men singles event in the 7th Maharashtra State Ranking Carrom Tournament 2015.

  • Demand for Bhopal-Nagpur intercity train on rise

    Betul : The residents of Betul have been demanding an intercity train between Bhopal and Nagpur for a long time, but the railway is not giving any heed to the concerns of the general public as of now.