Free Press Journal
  • Roger Federer sip eighth Halle title

    Berlin :  Double defending champion Roger Federer trumped Italian Andreas Seppi 7-6 (7/1), 6-4 to win an eighth title at the ATP Halle tournament on Sunday.

  • 62 trains cancelled on Monday

    BHOPAL : Sixty two trains have been cancelled on Monday due to ongoing repairing in RRI, Itarsi. The names of the cancelled train are as follows: Jabalpur -Pune (01656), Chhapara-LTT (11060), Muzafurpur-LTT (11062), Allahabad-LTT(11070), Varanasi-Mumbai CSTM (11094), Bhopal -Itarsi(11272), Jabalpur-Habibganj(12060), Rajendra Nagar Patna-LTT Mumbai(12142), Sultanpur-LTT Mumbai(12144), Jabalpur-Amrawati (12160), Varanasi-LTT Mumbai (12168), Jabalpur-Mumbai LTT(12187), Gorakhpur-Yashwantpur (12541), New Delhi-Central Chennai(12616), Chhapara-Chennai Central(12670), Nizamuddin-Vishakhapatnam(12808),Delhi Sarai Rohila-Chhindwara (14010), Gorakhpur-LTT Mumbai (15018), Jainagar-LTT Mumbai(15547), Lucknow-Chennai Central (16094),

  • Devendra Fadnavis seeks info from Maria on Lalit meeting

    Mumbai :  Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday said Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria has been asked to provide “information” on his statement regarding his meeting with tainted ex-IPL boss Lalit Modi in London.

  • Anand Sharma

    Politics order of the day even on Yoga Day

    New Delhi :  It is quite logical for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the opposition parties to view the same event from diametrically opposite standpoints.

  • Money stolen from ambulance driver, accused arrested

    BHOPAL : The Koh-E-Fiza police on Saturday night arrested two men who stole Rs 31,500 from an ambulance driver’s pockets, while he was fast asleep at Hamidia hospital premises on Saturday afternoon.

  • Fraudulent selling of plots reported in Ratibad

    BHOPAL: A matter related to fraudulent selling of reserved plots left for school, playground, park/garden and septic tank by the housing society members was reported at Ratibad police station on Saturday. The Ratibad police on the complaint of one of the plot owners of the colony registered a case against the accused under sections 420, 467, 468 and 471 of the IPC and started investigations. According to the police, one of the

  • ‘ICC not serious about associates’ – Howard Petrook

    Toronto :  With the ICC annual conference set to begin in Barbados today, former vice-president of Canada Cricket Howard Petrook has accused the world governing body of short-sightedness as far as growing the sport among the Associate member countries was concerned.

  • Three trains between Ratlam-Nagda to continue till further orders

    Ratlam : Ultimately, the Western Railway has accepted the demands of continuation of the three pairs of the trains which were earlier ordered for withdrawing of running between Ratlam-Nagda. Railway spokesman said that the operation of the three pairs of the trains shall remain continued till further orders.

  • Rly employees to observe protest week

    Ratlam: Western Railway Employees Union will observe protest week in Ratlam rail division from June 23 on the call given by the AIRF. Giving this information Veteran Trade union leader of WREU Govindlal Sharma said that the demands of the railway employees included effectiveness of the Seventh Pay Commission from Jan. 1, 2014, filling of the vacant posts, removal of the anomalies of the sixth pay commission, scrapping of the new pension

  • Nearly 2 lakh take part in Yoga events

    Indore : The entire city was immersed in yoga as about 2 lakh people participated in the events organised on Sunday to mark International Yoga Day. Practically all venues were filled to capacity and in some instances roads were also used to perform yoga.

  • Those opposing ‘Yoga Day’ are ignorants: Vijayvargiya

    Indore : Describing the opponents of ‘International Yoga Day’ as ignorants, newly-appointed BJP General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, who is also the state urban administration and development minister, here on Sunday sought divine help for wisdom to dawn upon them.

  • More city students finding place in labs of RRCAT

    Indore : More and more students from science and engineering streams in the city are making it to Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Centre (RRCAT) and utilizing its world-class infrastructure to hone their skills.

  • Hubby, mom-in-law booked for Rs 5-L dowry demand

    Indore : A 27-year-old housewife lodged a dowry harassment complaint against her husband and mother-in-law with Mahila police on Sunday. The victim also alleged that only after a week of her marriage, her husband started harassing her and demanded dowry of Rs 5 lakh. Her mother-in-law too supported her husband. The police started an investigation into the matter.

  • GOOD NEWS AT LONG LAST

    BHOPAL : The students from the state have performed exceptionally well in entrance tests for premier engineering institutes like Indian Institutes of Technology IITs and medical colleges like the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

  • Districts celebrate 1st International Yoga Day

    Hoshangabad : In order to make many people aware of Yoga, a group Yoga Programme was organised at the Sethani Ghat on the banks of river Narmada. The programme witnessed Sohagpur MLA Vijaypal Singh, District Panchayat President Kushal Patel, former Minister Madhukar Rao Harne, Collector Sanket Bhondwe, SP Ashutosh Pratap Singh, SDM HS Meena, SDM Ritu Chauhan also participated in the event.

  • Army division celebrates Yoga Day

    Sagar : The Sahabaaz division of Sagar, also joined in the World Yoga Day celebrations where more than 3000 army personnel including army officers, JOC, Jawans and their family members performed yoga on Sunday.

  • Minister Sharad Jain attends Yoga session

    Jabalpur : Minister Sharad Jain repeated verses of Swami Vivekananda today, and said that India can give many things to the world, and the call of PM Narendra Modi to celebrate International Yoga Day has been accepted world wide. The programme saw presence of MP Rakesh Singh, Mayor Dr Swati Godbole, President of District Panchayat Manorama Patel, MLA Anchal Sonkar.

  • Kids, youths and old…all perform Yoga at Seoni Malwa

    Seoni/Malwa : School of Excellence premises witnessed a special World Yoga Day Celebrations in Seoni Malwa which started dot on time. Teacher of School of Excellence Ghanshyam Singh Raguwanshi, and Narayan Raghuwanshi told the people about the benefits of Yoga and directed the people to perform Yoga Asanas.

  • Absconding accused arrested under special drive against goons

    Dhar: Continuing to crack down against the illegal and anti-social activities going on in the city, police superintendent launched a special drive to nab the absconding accused and goons. Under this drive, till now they have been successful in arresting large number of accused and are continuously making efforts to arrest the remaining. On Sunday, once again police got a big success as they arrested habitual criminal Gabbar alias Mayur Rafiq Mohammad

  • Heavy rains, thunder storm disrupts normal life in Jhabua

    Jhabua : With many big trees touching ground, electricity polls falling and long-hour power cut, a spell of heavy rainfall lasted approximately for 10-minute brought chaos in normal life across the town. The rainfall occurred after 5.30pm causing large trees at the bunglows of PWD officer Keshar Singh Yadav, deputy collector N S Rajawat and other officers falling to the ground. The rainfall was such hard that roofs covered using tin shed