Free Press Journal
  • Australia put England on back foot

    London :  Mitchell Marsh dismissed England captain Alastair Cook in sight of a hundred as the all-rounder strengthened Australia’s grip on the second Ashes Test at Lord’s on Saturday.

  • Change in ODI rules like breath of fresh air: Varun Aaron

    Chennai :  Getting ready to lead the India ‘A’ pace attack in the upcoming two-match unofficial Test series against Australia ‘A’, fast bowler Varun Aaron today said the ODI rule change is like a “breath of fresh air”.

  • Bhumipujan for Dutta temple performed

    BARWAH : In the memory of Vasudevanand Saraswati Maharaj of Navghatkhedi from North Ghat of Narmda, the bhumipujan of the Avdhut Chintan Shree Gurudev Dutta temple was performed on Friday.

  • Hidden power of the mind and the role of hypnosis

    By hypnosis you can uncover the contents of your subconscious mind which helps you to heal miraculously and stay healthy, writes VILOO H. ADAJANIA.

  • Manohar demands Srini ouster as ICC chief

    Kolkata :  Former BCCI president Shashank Manohar squarely blamed N Srinivasan for the mess in the high-profile IPL, saying that he was the “root of all scandals” and should immediately step down as the ICC chairman.

  • ABVP gives memo to Higher Edu Minister

    MANAWAR: While Higher Education Minister Umashankar Gupta was going from Kukshi to Indore, where students of ABVP handed over a memorandum and pleaded them to start the session for the year 2015-2016. Co-convenor of the session Arpit Rathore said that the ABVP workers had pleaded CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan during the Antyoday Mela and have requested to him to start with M.Com and M.Sc streams. Chauhan had assured the workers of the

  • J-K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and former CM Omar Abdullah with other people offering prayers on Eid at Hazratbal shrine in Srinagar on Saturday

    Clashes mar Eid festivities in J-K

    Srinagar : At least four persons including two women were today injured in clashes that broke out between protestors and security forces in several areas of Kashmir soon after Eid prayers even as Pakistani flags were hoisted in several parts of the valley, police said.

  • A gastronomic sojourn

    What is unique about the Global culture is that it offers world cuisine under one roof, writes RUBINA KHAN.

  • Bihar criminal allegedly in plot to murder BJP leader

    Thane: A criminal from Bihar who also has links with Maoists, Chand Miyan alias Amin Miyan, had provided arms and men for killing a BJP leader from Kalyan in the district, police said today.

  • A flex board installed outside the ICCU of a civic-run hospital warns visitors to not get violent with doctors.

    Violence against docs could lead to 3-yr jail term

    Mumbai : Violence against the doctors and para-medical employees of various civic-body run hospitals will now be handled in a stern manner by the law-enforcing agencies. Notes of caution printed on flex materials have now been put up in four major city hospitals and the signboards warn friends and relatives of patients of legal consequences, in case they resort to violence.

  • Women give memorandum opposing sale of liquor

    DHAMNOD : .Around 25 to 30 women gave a memorandum on Friday at the local Thana. They also pleaded the Collector to make the village liquor free, and to make sure that no illicit liquor is sold.

  • Being Jugaadu

    No one can beat us hands down at finding the most creative ways of jugaads in the most pocket-friendly ways says Disha Prashant.

  • Vegetable vendor shot at, injured

    Indore :A vegetable vendor was shot at and injured on Saturday while he was returning from Bijasan temple. Apparently the attack was made as he was suspected to be a police informer.

  • Chakka jam, human chain mark funeral procession

    Indore : Funeral procession of the elderly couple, whose bodies were found in the fields in Bhangarh on Friday, was taken out from their residence in Prajapat Nagar, on Saturday.

  • Sao Pele

    Pele hospitalized

    Sao Paulo :  A Brazilian hospital says Pele is hospitalised in Sao Paulo. Mirtes Bogea, a press officer for the Albert Einstein hospital, said she could only confirm Pele’s hospitalisation.

  • Swine flu strikes again, claims life of 80-year-old in Vikhroli

    Mumbai : Swine flu claimed life of an 80-year-old man from Vikhroli on Saturday, taking the city’s death toll to 65. This year, the city has so far reported 1,902 swine flu cases. The deceased was admitted to Godrej Hospital last Saturday with symptoms of breathlessness and high fever. Subsequently, he was shifted to Kasturba Hospital on Tuesday wherein he was tested positive for swine flu. Following this, he was put on oseltamivir