Free Press Journal
  • Free entry to zoo today, courtesy CM’s b’day

    Indore : City zoo is offering free entry to all the visitors on CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s birthday today. City zoo has waived the entry fee of Rs 10 for a day to attract visitors and show their respect for Chouhan. Indoreans can come and spend the day admiring majestic birds, laidback crocodiles and imported ostriches. Though, children might miss the most loved white tigers of the city zoo, they can still visit

  • ‘Working on my slower deliveries’

    Mirpur : A two-wicket haul against UAE in the Asia Cup has boosted his confidence and India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar said he is now working on a slower delivery to further polish his skills.

  • SFA releases android app for Simhastha, but why so late?

    Ujjain : Simhastha Fair Authority (SFA) recently released the official android client for the Simhastha Kumbh mela-2016. But the planning and motive of the responsible authorities in delaying the release of mela application has raised a few eyebrows.

  • Consolation Win

    Pak beat Lanka by six wickets

  • Would Shivraj to continue as CM after Simhastha-2016

    Ujjain : With Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan completing his 57th birthday on March 5, 2016, speculations are on the rife that whether he would remain on the CM’s gaddi or not. The strong contention which is debated here in the public domain is that soon after hosting of the Simhastha Fair in Ujjain, CM’s have to go owing to various reasons. This tradition is unabated during last five Simhastha melas

  • U-Mumba into semis

    Set up final date with Pirates

  • Indore police SI sent to jail on rape charges

    Ujjain : A 22-year-old girl registered complaint of rape against the sub inspector of Indore police in Nanakheda police station on Friday. Accused sub-inspector, Vivek Mahaniya resident of Abhishek Nagar was in relationship with the victim while he was doing engineering from one of the engineering colleges of the city. Accused entered in illicit relationship with the victim several times, when victim girl kept the marriage proposal, accused refused the offer. Girl had

  • Adamant Goa FC fined Rs. 50L for prize ceremony boycott act

    “FC Goa has been fined Rs 50 lakhs (which is to be paid within 10 days) for not attending the post match Presentation Ceremony of the Hero ISL Final 2015,” All India Football Federation

  • Thieves struck at Hanuman temple

    Ujjain: Thieves entered in Hanuman temple located at Mahakal Ghaati and decamped with the bell and other articles worth rupees thousands on late Thursday. Thieves tried to break the donation box installed near the deity of lord Hanuman but failed in their attempt. Theft was discovered when Dev Wadhvani, who lives in close vicinity of the temple, saw the broken locks and reported the matter to Mahakal police. According to Mahakal police, possibly drug

  • Indians enter finals

    Kuala Lumpur : It was a memorable day for the Indian paddlers as they entered the finals of the second division of the 2016 World Championships in both men’s and women’s sections here on Friday.

  • Pathan nets winner for Maharashtra

    Mumbai : Shahbaz Pathan hogged the limelight by scoring the all-important winning goal in Maharashtra’s 1-0 win against last year’s runners-up Mizoram in a Group-B league match of the 70thNational Football Championship for the Santosh Trophy, conducted by WIFA under the auspices of AIFF, hosted by NDFA and played at the SEC Railway Stadium, Nagpur, on Friday. After a barren first session, Pathan hit the back of the net to clinch a decisive

  • Indian challenge ends

    Germany : PV Sindhu fought her heart out before losing her quarterfinal while Parupalli Kashyap retired hurt midway through his match at the German Open, dealing a fresh blow to his Olympic qualification hopes, here.

  • Elderly woman’s body found near Ghattia

    Ujjain : Rotten body of an elderly woman was found in jungle near village Nahariya under Ghattia police circle, on late Thursday.

  • Top seed Pawar halts Bhagat

    Mumbai : Former Asian champion and top seed Pankaj Pawar kicked off his campaign with a convincing second round win, in the Bombay YMCA Mumbai District Ranking Carrom Tournament.

  • Vijay Mallah squanders lead

    Mumbai : Surya Prakash Singh of Kalyan rallied to beat Vijay Mallah of MCF, Borivali in first round tie, in the Matunga Gymkhana 6-Red Snooker Tournament on Friday.

  • Pressuring students to excel is social crime: CM

    BHOPAL : Expressing deep concern over the sharp rise in the incidents of students committing suicide during the examination season, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh, on Friday, announced constitution of a House committee to hold exhaustive consultations with experts to find ways to check the trend.