Free Press Journal
  • Man brandishes knife at IMC official

    Indore : A man beat up an assistant engineer of IMC and threatened him with a knife when he went to conduct a survey and prepare the list of houses built near the nullah in Kabootarkhana. The police have registered the case, arrested the accused and are investigating the matter.

  • MMRDA to purchase 25 hybrid buses for BKC run

    Mumbai : In order to make the Bandra-Kurla Complex a pollution free sector, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is procuring 25 hybrid buses which are environment friendly. The 25 buses will arrive in the next eight months and will be operated by the Brihanmumbai Electrical Supply and Transport (BEST) drivers. The hybrid buses will run on BEST route number 310.

  • IPL ‘Droughts’ Open

    Amidst ongoing row over acute shortage of water faced by the State and so-called wastage of water for maintaining pitches, IPL Season 9 gets underway as Mumbai Indians take on debutants Pune Pune.

  • Denizen to get chance to enlighten from knowledge of Gita in five days fest

    Ujjain : Denizens of the city will get chance to learn different lessons from the part of Hindu epic Mahabharat, Bhagwad Gita during five days Gita Fest which will be organised during Simhastha fair here at Dutta Akhara zone from April 25 to April 29.

  • Gair taken out by Brahmin community to mark Gudi Padwa

    Ujjain : Gujar Gaud Brahmin community took out grand procession to mark beginning of Hindu New Year, Vikram Navsamvatsar 2073 from the temple of Aatal Patal Bhairav on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, here on Friday.

  • Fire at govt building destroys year old records

    Ujjain : Years old government records got completely destroyed after fire engulfed the building of Janpad Panchayat and Lok Sewa Kendra located in front of Tarana police station, on late Thursday. Fire fighter vehicles of Tarana and of Ujjain had to struggle for hours to douse off the fire which possibly occurred due to short circuit. According to an eyewitness, fire broke out in the building of Janpad Panchayat first then quickly

  • Kapoor vs Kapur: Karisma gets custody of children

    New Delhi : In what might be an end to a bitter divorce battle, actress Karisma Kapoor can breathe a sigh of relief as she has been granted the custody of her children – an 11 year old daughter and a 6 year old son — with childhood acquaintance and estranged husband Sanjay Kapur getting visitation rights. Kapur can visit them during summer and winter vacations and during Diwali holidays.

  • IPL Opening Ceremony: Star-Studded Show

    Mumbai : A glitzy mix of Bollywood razzmatazz and high-octane performances, including that of West Indian cricketer Dwayne Bravo’s smash-hit rap ‘Champion dance’, marked a glittering opening ceremony which set the ball rolling for the ninth edition of the IPL on Friday night.

  • IPL kicks off today

    Mumbai : Mumbai Indians are all set to defend their title against a new outfit, the Rising Pune Supergiants, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, here on Saturday after the court cleared the decks for holding the opening IPL game.

  • Girls in law school up in arms over legs

    Bengaluru : In Bengaluru, India’s uncrowned fashion capital, girls are up in arms over their legs. The controversy started when a professor of the prestigious National Law School of India University here did not like the short pants worn by a third year student to the class. The long and short of the story is that the professor found the pants too short and indecent, while the girl and her friends found

  • Yuvraj Singh out for 2 weeks

    Hyderabad : Sunrisers Hyderabad allrounder Yuvraj Singh has been ruled out of action for the first two weeks of Indian Premier League as he is yet to fully recover from an ankle injury sustained during the latter stages of World T20.

  • AC locals to start in June, trials in May

    Mumbai : The first air-conditioned local in Mumbai will run in June, promised Central railway’s General Manager S K Sood. The AC train which has been stationed at the Kurla car shed needs some electrical works done by the engineers of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) before it starts and the engineers have arrived in the city for completion of the pending work, Sood said while talking to the media on Thursday.

  • Klopp returns, hold liverpool

    Germany : Mats Hummel’s second-half goal cancelled out Divock Origi’s opener for Liverpool to secure a 1-1 draw at the first leg in Europa League football quarter-final.