Free Press Journal
  • Sehwag, Rawal power Delhi win

    New Delhi : Virender Sehwag’s entertaining 39 and Vaibhav Rawal’s whirlwind 31 not out helped Delhi outplay Punjab by six wickets to register their second consecutive win in the North Zone leg of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 Trophy on Wednesday.

  • Kidnapped KG-1 girl safely back home

    BHOPAL : A four-year-old girl was kidnapped from the gate of her residence in Chuna Bhatti area on Wednesday. The girl returned home safely but white Maruti Van, in which she was kidnapped, has not been traced out.

  • School girl abducted

    Dewas : An abduction case has been registered against an unidentified accused on a missing complaint filled by the relatives of a school girl who went to take exam and did not come back. A student of Excellent school Kannod, the missing girl hails from village Aamla under Khategaon police station went to appear in the school yesterday.

  • New BCCI regime in no mood for DRS

    New Delhi : A change of guard at the BCCI has not changed the Board’s view on the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) with the powerful body saying it cannot accept the technology in its current state.

  • Fats May Help In Treating Diabetes

    Washington : A new research has discovered that fats were a ‘new weapon’ in the war against type 2 diabetes and play an important role to treat it, reports ANI.

  • Inform complainants of action taken in criminal cases: DGP

    BHOPAL : Director General of Police Surendra Sinh has directed all police officers to ensure that the complainant must be given information of the action taken in a criminal case after investigation.

  • India field full strength team for Azlan Shah Cup

    New Delhi : Ace midfielder Sardar Singh will lead a full strength Indian men’s hockey team in the 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia from April 5 to 12.

  • Narcissistic Leaders Like Steve Jobs Are More Successful

    Washington : If you are bit vain in nature, you may just posses one of the qualities that most celebrated leaders in the business world have, as a new study has said claimed that narcissistic leaders happen to be the most successful ones, reports ANI.

  • We’ve surprised many but not ourselves: Kohli

    Sydney : Not many gave the Indian cricket team a chance in the World Cup after the horror tour of Australia but star batsman Virat Kohli said the players never stopped believing in themselves which helped them surprise the critics.

  • Skill training of 516 youths ends at CRISP

    BHOPAL : The valedictory function of Employment-Oriented Skill Development Training under CSR initiative of Power Finance Corporation (PFC), Government of India was organised at CRISP.

  • Successful day for Mumbai FC teams

    Mumbai: Mumbai FC had a very successful day with both their Under-19 and Under-17 teams winning their respective matches in the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League – 2014-15, played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Wednesday.

  • Lok Ayukta nabs supervisor accepting bribe of Rs 3000

    Kukshi : In a trap laid by the Indore Lok Ayukta Police, a supervisor of Woman and Child Development Suman Solanki, was caught red handed while taking bribe of Rs 3000 from an Anganwadi worker. She demanded money to update the service register.

  • Why Some People Can’t Resist Alcohol

    New York : Researchers from the Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered a biological clue that could help explain why some drinkers develop a dependence on alcohol while others do not.

  • Binita guides S.E. Railway to big win

    Mumbai: Binita Xess scored a hat-trick to guide South Eastern Railway to a comfortable 6-1 win against Nothern Railway in a league match of the 36th All India Railway Hockey (Women) Championship organised by the Western Railway Sports Association. The other goals for South Eastern were scored by Anima Minz, Sarita Lakra and Roselin Dung Dung, all striking one each while Nothern Railway got the lone goal through Manmeet Singh’s first half

  • Oath taking ceremony organised in Manpur Janpad Panchayat

    Umaria : Oath taking ceremony was organised in Manpur Janpad Panchayat, where newly elected Janpad members and the Sarpanch were administered an oath of office. Gyanwati Singh president of district Panchayat of Umaria, special guest SDM Rakesh Srivastava, Nayab Tehsildar Narendra Upadhyay, chief spokesperson Dinesh Tripathi, Shambhu Khattar, Sarpanch of Manpur Sharda Gautam, ground water scientist OP Dwivedi and Diwakar Singh were present on the occasion.

  • Handmade Products Exude Warmth, Love

    New York : Ever wondered why many people prefer handmade products over machine made ones, especially when gifting one to a dear one? It’s because handmade product exude warmth and a sense of love, says a new study, reports IANS.

  • Sydney Operation

    Formidable India take on mighty Australia in World Cup semis

  • Chocolate To Be More Flavourful And Nutritious

    Washington : Researchers have found a way to make chocolate more flavourful and nutritious with greater levels of antioxidants, reports PTI.