Free Press Journal
  • FRESHERS’ FERRY – Shardul in side for WI, MSD to lead newcomers in Zim

    Mumbai :  Uncapped pacer Shardul Thakur was the surprise pick in India’s Test squad announced on Monday for the tour of West Indies, while a second-string team led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni was chosen by the selectors for the limited-overs series in Zimbabwe.

  • Youth showed immense affinity to Simhastha: Narendra Giri

    Ujjain : Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad President Narendra Giri on Sunday told that the youths had shown immense sense of belongingness to the Simhastha Mahakumbh. Even the Pope in Vatican City is anxious over the weird mindset of the youngsters towards their religion.

  • Show-cause to Taslimuddin for remarks against Nitish

    Patna : Taking serious note of party’s Araria Lok Sabha MP Mohammad Taslimuddin’s ‘frequent’ statements against Bihar’s ‘Mahagathbandhan’ government led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, the RJD on Sunday issued a show-cause notice to the MP and gave him seven days to explain his position in this regard.

  • Art is what keeps you alive for generations, says Khan

    Indore :  Sharing his philosophy, 35-year-old artist Wajid Khan, who has received recognition from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam for his art with iron nails, said that education is overrated and one can find true success and happiness by nurturing talent and not just reading literature, during the first anniversary celebrations of ‘Rising Litera’, a group of literary enthusiasts at Chai Kappi on Sunday.

  • IPL 2016: Narine, Kuldeep ‘turn’ KKR’s ship

    Kolkata :  Sunil Narine and Kuldeep Yadav sizzled with the ball as two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders rode on its spin attack to advance into the play-offs of the ongoing Indian Premier League with a 22-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday.

  • ‘Will not spare my own kids if found guilty’

    Panaji: Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said he would not even spare his own children if they were found to be involved in illegalities. “Tomorrow even if my child is involved in illegality, I will not spare him (and) I will take stringent action against him,” Kejriwal said addressing a public meeting here. Kicking off the The Aam Aadmi Party’s campaign for the Goa

  • IPL 2016: RCB beat Delhi by six wickets to qualify for play-offs

    Raipur: Leading from the front, skipper Virat Kohli (54 not out) smashed yet another half-century to guide his Royal Challengers Bangalore to a comfortable six-wicket victory over Delhi Daredevils in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match here on Sunday.

  • Nadda to meet President today on NEET ordinance

    New Delhi : Union Health Minister J P Nadda will meet President Pranab Mukherjee tomorrow to explain the rationale behind taking the ordinance route to keep state boards out of the ambit of uniform medical entrance examination, NEET, for this year.

  • Made in India supercomputer by August next yr

    New Delhi: India will get an indigenously-built supercomputer next year as part of the government’s Rs 4,500-crore programme aimed at taking India into an elite league of nations who have made advancements in the field. The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing that built India’s first supercomputer, Param, is handling the project, said Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary in the Ministry of Science and Technology.

  • Cool breezes bring relief for citizens

    Indore : Cool breezes brought mush needed relief for the citizens from intense heat and maximum temperature also dropped four degrees in last two days. The maximum temp, which was hovering at 44 degrees Celsius, reached below 40 degrees Celsius on Sunday.

  • Weather Report: The heat is on

    Other than the heat generated by crucial assembly elections in Assam, Kerala, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, the soaring mercury made headlines all over the country and abroad. India hit the record books when Phalodi in Rajasthan registered a temperature of 51 degrees Celsius, the highest ever in the country.

  • Two Indian climbers go missing, another frostbitten!

    Kathmandu : Two Indian climbers have gone missing on Mount Everest even as nearly 40 climbers including an Indian woman have developed frostbite during this Himalayan climbing season which saw about 400 mountaineers summit the world’s highest peak, officials stated on Sunday.

  • JEE Advanced-16: Candidates find exam easy

    Indore : Around two lakh engineering aspirants, who had cleared the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains, took JEE Advanced, at 115 cities across the country, including Indore, on Sunday.