Free Press Journal
  • 227 SIs pass out from Bhauri Police Academy

    BHOPAL : Home Minister Babulal Gaur, addressing valedictory function of Madhya Pradesh Police Academy, Bhopal here on Saturday, said that training develops proficiency and discipline. Gaur told the passing out sub-inspectors that training is imparted so that that they can serve society and country can be done by dedication, determination and fearlessness.

  • South Africa edge past India

    Mumbai : India made a brave effort to overhaul South Africa’s tall score of 196 for 8 but finally fell short by four runs to lose their World Twenty20 warm-up cricket game at the Wankhede Stadium here on Saturday.

  • England beat New Zealand

    Kane Williamson of New Zeland plays shot during a warm-up match against England at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday.

  • India would definitely be in semis, says Dravid

    Mumbai  : The all-round ability of the current Indian cricket team excites former captain Rahul Dravid, who feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s men are a certainty for at least the semifinals of the World Twenty20 Championships.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    PM owes an explanation on Mallya exit: Kejriwal

    New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “explanation” over how business tycoon Vijay Mallya could leave the country which he claimed was not possible without “approval” from the top.

  • MCGM also focuses on pedestrian traffic mgmt

    Mumbai : As part of efforts to control traffic under the Comprehensive Mobility Plan, the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) will implement a slew of pedestrian traffic management measures to make commuting easy for office goers. These measures will be implemented typically outside railway stations, as Mumbai is a railway-oriented city. The civic body will start by implementing them at busy stations on priority, like Bandra, Kurla, Dadar, Ghatkopar and CST stations.

  • Oz’s can give tournament a real shake, says Steve Smith

    Kolkata : Australia skipper Steve Smith stressed on the importance of winning the ICC World Twenty20, the one trophy missing from the glittering cabinet of the record five-time world champions who’re no 1 in Test and ODI format.

  • SEBI ‘Chokes’ Defaulters

    Mallya effect: Bans willful defaulters from raising public funds and taking control of listed companies in the mkt , Govt, RBI also say misdemeanours & criminal action won’t go unpunished while dealing with bad loans of banks.

  • Residents stage protest against shifting of liquor shop in Freeganj

    Ujjain : Residents of Freeganj area staged protest against the shifting of country made liquor shop from Zero Point, Maksi Road to AK Building located in posh locality of the city, on Saturday. Agitators relented after MLA Mohan Yadav intervened and gave assurance to the residents of not shifting the liquor shop to Freeganj.

  • Tricky task for Real Madrid as they visit Las Palmas

    Madrid : Real Madrid face a potentially complicated football game when they travel to the Canary Islands to play a confident Las Palmas in La Liga on Sunday night. If morale in the Madrid camp is high following three wins in three games after the painful defeat at home against Atletico Madrid which ended their league title hopes, Las Palmas have also seen a resurgence in form, reports Xinhua.

  • Two held in Powai rape, murder case

    Mumbai : In a major development in the brutal murder of a four-year-old girl whose body was found dumped near the MTNL office in Tunga Village near Powai, the Police arrested two men on Friday.

  • Sania-Martina make winning start

    Indian Wells (USA) : Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis saw off the challenge of Australian team of Casey Dellacqua and Samantha Stosur to move to the second round of the BNP Paribas Open, here.

  • Arantxa romps into elite round

    Mumbai : Double world champion Arantxa Sanchis of Pune won back-to-back matches to storm into the elite round, in the Matunga Gymkhana 6-Red Snooker Tournament on Saturday.