Free Press Journal
  • Major fire breaks out at Bhurla Faliya

    Burhanpur :  A major fire broke out at village Bhurla Faliya here on Friday afternoon. Lakhs of cash, cattle, ornaments and grains gutted in the fire. Luckily no human casualty has been reported, as all the people were out of the town to attend a marriage function.

  • BSNL launches Special Tariff Plan

    Indore :  The BSNL has launched a special tariff plan for its landline customers in four MP cities including Indore.

  • Government interference unacceptable: PCB

    Karachi :  The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that government interference in the internal affairs of the Board was not acceptable to it.

  • Ramnavmi celebrated by Hindu Utsav Samiti in Sironj

    Sironj : Ramnavmi was celebrated by the Hindu Utsav Samiti. In the morning, a Prabhat Feri was carried out while in the afternoon, a Mahaarti was organised in the Ram temples.

  • 1 killed, 1 injured in blast in Morena

    Morena  :  One man died while a woman got injured while harvesting maize crop at village Khera Mevda under the Matabasaiya police station area. According to the sources, Hari Singh with his wife Omwati was collecting the crops and was filling it.

  • Lok Ayukta to probe plaint against present, past MDs of Urja Nigam

    BHOPAL :  The Special Police Establishment of Lokayukta has registered a case against seven former and present officials of the MP Urja Vikas Nigam on the basis of a complaint made by an RTI activist. The issue is of a stenographer being given undue advantages in salary and promotions.

  • Karen impresses again with 5 goals

    Mumbai : Continuing with her impressive scoring form, Karen Pais slammed home five goals, including a fine hat-trick, to power Companeroes Sports Club to an authoritative 7-2 victory against Aquila FC in a Women’s League match of the MDFA League 2015-2016 and played at the Karnatak Sporting Association ground, Cross Maidan on Friday.

  • Barcelona seek to arrest slide

    Madrid :  Barcelona host Valencia on Sunday desperately in need of a win to arrest a slide of three defeats in four games and prevent losing their grip on the La Liga title race.

  • Hope to give Oz a good contest, says Oltmans

    Malaysia :  Pleased with his wards showing in the 6-1 thrashing of Malaysia in the must-win match, Indian men’s hockey team coach Roelant Oltmans said he is hopeful of giving world champions Australia a keen contest in the final of the 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, here today.

  • ‘Lyrical Smile’, a solo exhibition of paintings by Shyamal Mukherjee

    Lyrical Smile’, a solo exhibition of paintings by Shyamal Mukherjee. Shyamal Mukherjee’s art works depict an adoring view of the people and life in his native state in colourful hues. Reverse painting, a rare technique established in contemporary Indian art by K.G. Subramanian through his glass paintings, has now found another votary in Bengal.

  • Rizvi Springfield champions again

    Mumbai :  Thanks to hard-hitting 134 (16×4, 7×6) by skipper Shoeb Siddique and incisive bowling by leftarm spinner Nobil Aneez (5/53),  defending champions thrashed Swami Vivekanand by 189 runs in the final of the  B.Kichadia-Khar Gymkhana Suburban schools cricket tournament, held at Khar Gymkhana here on Friday. Thus Rizvi continued to dominate the suburban schools cricket for over a decade, even they themselves don’t remember the number of times they have been

  • Book Launch

    With his novel ‘My Life in Love’, debutante author Adittia Powar explores relationship in modern world. The book was released in the presence of the family members and well-wishers of Adittia. Dr. Sanjeeb Bagwan, Nitin Satpute and Nilesh Kawade were the special invitees at the occasion.

  • Indore-Mhow section: Rail traffic after May 10

    Indore :  The train operation on the 25-km-long Indore-Mhow section would resume after May 10. Though the Commissioner Railway Safety (CRS) has issued certificate for traffic, rail linking work is delaying the operation.

  • Youth uploads objectionable post on RSS founder on WhatsApp

    Petlawad :  A youth here on Thursday uploaded an objectionable post on RSS founder Dr KB Hedgewar on WhatsApp. The incident created a huge outcry among several RSS leaders and volunteers, as they sought action against the accused from police.

  • Avoid protectionism, competitive devaluation: Jaitley to G20

    Washington :  Pitching for more coordinated effort by G20 to boost global growth, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that countries must avoid trade protectionist measures and refrain from competitive devaluations of currency as greater focus must be on public investment.

  • Goa hold EB to goalless draw

    Barasat :  Sporting Clube de Goa held a lacklustre East Bengal to a goalless draw in their penultimate I-League fixture at the Vidyasagar Krirangan, here on Friday.

  • Yadav to join protest against Biyabani’s demolition act

    Indore :  To keep the issue of Biyabani’s demolition alive, city Congress Committee will protest against the ‘illegal’ action by the Indore Municipal Corporation on April 16.