Free Press Journal
  • Book written to describe grandeur of city and Simhastha

    Ujjain : Writer and journalist of the city, has authored a thousand pages book on the preparation of Simhastha-2016 and Ujjain. Writer Devendra Joshi wrote a book titled, ‘Ujjayni ka sanskritik vaibhav and Simhastha-2016’ and will be published in coming week.

  • RSS rakes up, then retracts new row on Tricolour, Anthem!

    New Delhi: Days after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ remarks, a top functionary of the organisation has said that ‘Vande Mataram’ is the real national anthem as opposed to the ‘Constitutionally-mandated’ Jana Gana Mana. “Jana Gana Mana is today our national anthem. It has to be respected. There is no reason why it should evoke any other sentiment,” RSS General Secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi said. “But it is the national anthem

  • India protests as China blocks curbs on Masood Azhar

     Washington : India has reacted sharply to China scuttling its attempt to get JeM chief Masood Azhar designated as terrorist by the UN, but China stood its ground.

  • Men’s showdown

    Kolkata : They dampened the local spirits by knocking out India but a resurrected West Indies cricket team will bring its own brand of joie-de-vivre to the ICC World Twenty20 summit clash when they take on a transformed England in what promises to be a battle of power-hitting here today.

  • Not intimidated by Australia: WI women’s captain

    Kolkata : West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor on Saturday said they are not at all intimidated by Australia who are looking for their fourth consecutive Women’s World Twenty20 title. “We are not intimidated at all. They have won the trophy three times. We have nothing to lose. We have to go there and be positive. We definitely want to grasp this opportunity and win the cup for the first time,” Taylor said at the

  • Delhi to Agra in 100 minutes, fastest train to run from Tue

    New Dellhi : Gatiman Express, the country’s fastest train, will start plying between Agra and Delhi from April 5. The state-of-the-art train will take one hour and forty minutes to complete the journey. Ironically, on the same route runs a passenger train which takes around eight hours to cover the 195-km distance.

  • Shraddha Kapoor, Urvashi Rautela, Sunny Leone turn up the heat at LFW Day 4- Part 2

    As the heat turns up and summer splurges in, Lakme Fashion Week paves way for more hotness in its couture on the runway. Day 4 saw some young buzz and aged glamour of Bollywood that got spectators applauding with delight. From the upcoming rebel Shraddha Kapoor to the evergreen fashionista Helen, we take you through designers and stars that sizzled on the ramp.

  • Asian challenge for Novak Djoko at Miami

    Miami : World number one and defending champion Novak Djokovic will face Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the ATP and WTA Miami Open final after straight-set triumphs Friday in which both were tested.

  • Heartbreak!

    Saina loses in semis, home challenge ends at India Open

  • Godara slams 8 goals as Camby Tigers emerge champions

    Mumbai : Powered by BK Dhruvpal Godara’s remarkable eight goals scoring effort, Camby Tigers emerged champions. Tigers (team handicap 8 goals) well-served by Godara managed to beat back the strong challenge from Mumbai Polo (team handicap 8 goals) to register a deserving 9-7 victory in a well-contested final of the RWITC (8 Goals) Polo Cup event organized by the Amateur Riders’ Club (ARC) as part of the 69th Annual Horse Show & Polo

  • Mumbai lose to Bengaluru FC

    Bengaluru : Daniel Lalhlimpuia found the net late in the second half to lead Bengaluru FC to a 1-0 win over Mumbai FC in an I-League match, here on Saturday.

  • EB capitalise on a controversial penalty to beat Bagan 2-1

    Siliguri : South Korean Do Dong-hyun struck twice, including once from a hotly-contested penalty, as East Bengal beat arch-rivals and defending champions Mohun Bagan 2-1 in a high voltage and drama-filled I-League derby match between the two Kolkata giants here on Saturday.

  • WR champions

    Mumbai : Western Railway (WR) beat RCF by a huge margin of 96 runs to be crowned champions of the RCF Corporate T20 tournament for the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Cup organized and hosted by RCF.

  • Dada praises MS Dhoni

    Kolkata : Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Saturday said Mahendra Singh Dhoni did most of the things right in the ICC World T20 semifinal, although the home team lost to the West Indies.