Free Press Journal
  • Du Plessis sets crushing win for SA

    Dhaka :  Skipper Faf du Plessis scored an unbeaten half century to set up a crushing 52-run win for South Africa over Bangladesh in the first Twenty20 international in Dhaka on Sunday.

  • MPPSC signals at computer-based evaluation system

    Indore : Having already announced to make online all its exams, barring public service commission exams, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has signaled at moving a step ahead by adopting computer-based evaluation system.

  • Messi-Maradona debate rumbles on

    Santiago :  Another tournament, another shattering defeat, and another round of unfavourable comparisons to Diego Maradona.

  • Number of accredited colleges doubled in last 6 months

    Indore : With the Union Government making it mandatory for institutions of higher learning to obtain accreditation from National Assessment and Accreditation (NAAC), as many as 13 colleges under the jurisdiction of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) got them accredited in past sixth months.

  • Mathews puts Lanka on top

    Sri Lanka :  Skipper Angelo Mathews battled his way to an unbeaten 77 as Sri Lanka seized the advantage in the series-deciding third and final Test against Pakistan in Pallekele on Sunday.

  • SDM Jain ‘caught’ in land transfer case

    Indore : The matter involving SDM Sapna Jain and inclusion of three government plots with plots of a private party is stuck between District Collector P Narahari and Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dube. As many as half-a-dozen tehsildars have inquired into the matter and submitted their reports to the SDM in the matter which is 17 years old.

  • Man ends life

    Indore : A 55-year-old man committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling in Dwarikapuri area on Sunday. The reason for taking extreme step is not known. The deceased, Mangilal Goswami, was a resident of Vidur Nagar. His son found him hanging in the house on Sunday afternoon. He immediately rushed him to the hospital but it was too late. Dwarikapuri TI Rajeev Tripathi said police were taking the statements of his

  • Gold worth over Rs 10 lakh robbed

    Mhow : Unidentified miscreants loot 400 gold According to the information received, the victim Shiekh Shamshool Ali, a resident of Barwali Chowk Indore, was heading towards Pithampur in his car no MP 09 CB 1256 for selling the gold. After loosing his way to Pithampur, he mistakenly headed towards Manpur.

  • Show cause notices served on three

    Khargone:   District collector Neeraj Dubey during his surprise inspection at Bhagwanpura development bloc found school closed during working hours, irregularities in mid-day meal and also came to know that uniforms were not distributed to the students.

  • RTO warning leaves no mark on Bus operators

    Dharampuri : After the complaint made by a citizen at Jan Sunwai about the control-free attitude of the bus operators, the RTO ended its duty only after giving an oral warning to the bus operators. The RTO warning seemed to have left no effect on the bus operators including Dutta Bus, Ruby Bus, Maa Vaishnav Bus and Patel Bus drivers and conductors. Neglecting all the warnings, the buses are still not coming

  • ‘Swarna Kalash Rath’ arrived in Barwah

    Barwah: With a message of peace in the world, a Swarna Kalash Rath arrived in Barwah on Sunday. Members of Digambar Jain community welcomed the ‘Kalash’ with religious great fervor at Kavar Colony Hain temple. A religious meeting was held at the temple which was presided over by Veerendra Jain. He said that the Kalash will travel various parts of the country before reaching Nangi Tungi Tirtha in Nashik district where a

  • Dennis wins Tour de France first stage

    Netherlands :  BMC cyclist Rohan Dennis won the first stage of the Tour de France here with the fastest ever individual time trial/prologue in tour history.

  • Butt to meet ICC officials over his comeback efforts

    Karachi :  Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt is expected to meet officials of the International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption unit soon regarding his efforts to make a comeback to domestic cricket after his ban ends in September.

  • After Diarrhoea, Jaundice grips over Sanawad town

    SANAWAD : Due to use of contaminated water and rotten food supplied in the town, hundreds of people fell sick of Jaundice in various colonies of the town. In a situation of one patient in every house, the number of patients reaching to not only the government hospital but to the private clinics is swelling drastically.

  • CMHO makes surprise inspection of health centre

    Khirkiya: Chief Health and Medical Officer (CHMO) Dr RC Udenia on Saturday afternoon made surprise inspection of community health centre at Khirkiya to the stock of present condition. He visited the health centre after taking charge of CHMO. He inspected children’s ward, women’s ward, general ward, pathology lab, medicines distribution centre, kitchen and rehabilitation centre and gave instructions to remove shortcomings. District health officer dr KK Nagvanshi, district malaria officer Dr Rajendra

  • No rains despite clouds hovering over

    Gandhwani : Although Gandhwani development block has been witnessing clouds hovering over the sky, there are negligible rains in the area.

  • Journo Akshay’s death mystery gets weirder

    Meghnagar : The panel of doctors which conducted a preliminary observation of the body of the deceased journalist Akshay Singh has not been able to zero upon a conclusion with regards to the death. No injury marks have been seen on the body of the journalist, who died yesterday.