Free Press Journal
  • Classes shifted, hostellers to reach IIT-I Simrol campus next month

    Indore :  While Indian Institute of Technology Indore has already shifted classes from PACL campus in Pithampur to Simrol, the institute said that within a few days all its labs would also be moved to its permanent campus which is under construction for past one and a half year.

  • Richards praises McCullum for fastest Test ton

    New Delhi : West Indies batting legend Vivian Richards has lauded swashbuckling New Zealand batsman Brendon McCullum for posting the fastest ton in Test cricket off just 54 balls, bidding adieu to the game on an incredible high.

  • Joe Burns, Steve Smith fall after tons put Oz in command

    Christchurch : Century-makers Joe Burns and Steve Smith shredded the New Zealand attack to have Australia in charge of the second Test, before both fell in the dying stages of day two in Christchurch on Sunday.

  • India takes another hit

    Third Para commando dies in terror mop-up 

  • ‘Oly medal my ultimate goal’

    Hyderabad : Kidambi Srikanth, the top-ranking male Indian shuttler who put up an impressive performance in the Badminton Asia Team Championships here, says he aims to achieve a medal in the coming Rio Olympics.

  • Plots to defame, destabilise me: PM Modi

    New Delhi/Bargarh :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a foretaste of the narrative that would be adopted by his government when they are up against the opposition criticism in Parliament for the clutch of recent disturbing events.

  • Waveriders down Rays, finish third

    Ranchi : Delhi Waveriders got the better of defending champions Ranchi Rays 2-0 in the bronze medal play-off match to finish third in the Hockey India League here on Sunday.

  • Second phase of pulse polio campaign launched

    Indore :  The second phase of the pulse polio campaign was launched across the district on Sunday with an aim to reach every child below 5 years of age.

  • Three Missing JNU students sighted

    New Delhi : Three of the five missing students of Jawaharlal Nehru University, accused of sedition, were sighted on the campus late on Sunday night. Sources said among them was Umar Khalid — described as the chief organiser of the Afzal Guru event during which anti-India slogans were raised. Umar’s family has said he will surrender if there is a “conducive atmosphere”.

  • Victorious Warriors

    Ranchi : Having lost the final in the last two seasons, the Jaypee Punjab Warriors finally struck gold to become third-time lucky and clinched the Hockey India League (HIL) title in the fourth edition of the six-team tournament at the Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Ratan Tata

    Tata spars with older airlines

    Bengaluru : A spat has erupted in civil aviation sector with the Tatas-funded twin carriers and older airlines arguing over whether the 5/20 rule should be retained or relaxed in the new aviation policy.

  • Mumbai gets Dhawal Kulkarni boost

    Mumbai : Mumbai’s bid to clinch their 41st Ranji Trophy crown, and the first after two seasons, got a significant boost with the availability of fit-again pacer Dhawal Kulkarni for the final against Saurashtra in Pune.

  • Chandan Nagar police recover 10 chains from robbers

    Indore :  The five accused, who were arrested by Chandan Nagar police on Friday night while planning to rob a builder, told the police that they had also robbed many women of their gold chains from different parts of the city. The police recovered 10 gold chains and four two-wheelers from them on Sunday.