Free Press Journal
  • CII Women Network state chief to participate in Swiss conference

    BHOPAL : The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in partnership with Horasis is going to organise a two-day international business event ‘Horasis India Business Meeting’ on July 5-6 at Interlaken, Switzerland. The Meeting is supported by the Swiss Canton of Bern.

  • Umaria too goes on an e-registration mode

    Umaria: A similar inauguration ceremony was witnessed when Municipality President Kanchan Khattar cut the ribbon and inaugurated the programme. Deputy Collector Rakesh Srivastava, SDM Bandhavgarh Ila Tiwari, sub-registrar Monika Navrang. District Public Services Manager Shubhangi Mital and many other public representatives were present on the occasion.

  • It is a hassle free mode to farmers: SDM Chauhan

    Umaria: The e-registration mode was inaugurated today by SDM Chauhan by cutting a ribbon. A workshop was also organised on the occasion, where Chauhan attracted the attention of all towards the security features of the e-registration mode.

  • E-Registration of properties takes off

    Hoshangabad : The online process of registration of properties took off at the Collectorate today. Vidhan Sabha President Seetasharan Sharma inaugurated the facility at the Rewa auditorium on Wednesday.

  • Bhumipujan of Ram Vatika, Mangal Bhawan organized

    Seoni Malwa : SDM Prakash Singh Chauhan’s efforts paid off when his project consisting of construction of the Ram Vatika Park and Mangal Bhawan, got immense support from the public.  He had urged the local public to contribute in terms of labour for making the land fit for construction.

  • Wawrinka, woman footy player Krieger bare it all

    London :  Swiss tennis star Stan Wawrinka and American woman footballer Ali Krieger went nude for the 2015 edition of ESPN The Magazine’s The Body Issue.

  • BCCI mulling performance based incentives for India

    New Delhi :  Encouraged by the financial model followed by Cricket Australia and England and Wales Cricket Board, the BCCI is planning to introduce a performance-based incentive for the Indian team for each and every home and away series.

  • Adil Rashid and Steven Finn in Eng squad for Ashes opener

    London :  Uncapped Yorkshire leg-spinner Adil Rashid and Middlesex fast bowler Steven Finn were both called into a 13-man England squad announced on Wednesday for next week’s first Ashes Test against Australia in Cardiff.

  • Top seeds breeze through as temperatures hit record mark

    London :  Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova breezed through at a sweltering Wimbledon where temperatures soared to a record 35.7 degrees while injury-plagued Japanese star Kei Nishikori was forced to withdraw.

  • Jasjit Singh Kular shines for India in Hockey World League

    Antwerp :  Jasjit Singh Kular converted two penalty corners in the final quarter to send India to the last four stage of the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final as the 2014 Asian Games champions overcame a fighting Malaysia with a 3-2 victory in the quarter-final here on Wednesday.

  • Poor electricity, telephone services affect consumers

    Karahi : Although the electricity supply at the Karahi Electricity Division is continuous for twenty four hours, yet the people living in the neighborhood are not able to get proper supply on a continuous note. Telephone services in the vicinity too are not working on a proper note. The consumers in absence of any alternate contact do not have any other option but to take services of these companies.

  • Jwala Gutta urges govt to offer support

    Hyderabad :  Fresh from her Canada Open triumph along with Ashwini Ponnappa, ace shuttler Jwala Gutta urged the government to come out and support the doubles specialists in their endeavour to win an Olympic medal next year at Rio.

  • Newly-wed youth, friend murdered

    Sagar : The newly wed youth and his friend were found murdered near Garphera temple, under the Cantonment police station on Wednesday morning. The police have registered the case of murder against the unknown persons with regards to the incident.

  • Ministry increases athletes allowance

    New Delhi :  The Sports Ministry on Wednesday decided to hike the diet and supplement allowances of athletes at both the senior and junior level.

  • IOA asks MP Chief Minister to scrap ‘draconian’ sports rule

    New Delhi :  Miffed at a new Madhya Pradesh government directive, which asked the state Olympic body to get its recognition, the Indian Olympic Association has shot off a strongly-worded letter to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan to withdraw the rule immediately or else face ban of athletes from taking part in events like the National Games.

  • Woman Sarpanch helps remove encroachments

    Dewas : Woman Sarpanch of Janpad Panchayat of Tonk Khurd persuaded the villagers to remove encroachments to help widen the streets of the village. Sarpanch Suman Bai, with the help of Deputy Sarpanch Ashok Kumar Patel removed the encroachments in front of the Sri Ram Mandir.

  • Divya Deshpande, Eric Fernandes bag singles title

    Mumbai :  India No.11 Divya Deshpande roared past hapless Charvi Kawle in straight games in the women’s singles final of the MCF-All Mumbai Ranking Table Tennis tournament, hosted by Mandpeshwar Civic Federation at their sports complex, on Wednesday. Divya, playing at her best, gave her rival hardly any time to settle down before she triumphed 11-9, 11-2, 11-7, 11-8.

  • Need of more police stations in Ratlam: MLA Kashyap

    Ratlam : The new police station at Deendayal Nagar, the fourth one in the city, was inaugurated today in presence of city MLA Chetanya Kashyap, MP Finance Commission Chairman Himmat Kothari, Ratlam rural MLA Mathuralal Damar, Ratlam Muncipal Corporation President Ashok Porwal, DIG S P Singh, District Collector B Chandrashekhar and District SP Avinash Sharma.