Free Press Journal
  • Cops seize car in case of IB officer’s death

    BHOPAL : The Shahpura Police on Monday seized a black car on the basis of suspicion in connection with death of Intelligence Bureau (IB) officer Ajay Khare who died in a road accident near police station on Sunday. He lived in Trilanga. Driver is being interrogated in police station.

  • ‘Swarna Seedhi Arohan‘ ceremony held

    Indore : It was an emotional moment for family members and guests of the Bhandari family on Monday evening with the holding of the traditional ‘swarna seedhi arohan’ (ladder) ceremony. Matriarch of the family, Nirmala Devi Bhandari was the proud recipient of a donation of a golden ladder for being fortunate to be with her fourth generation child.

  • MoU signed between ICSI and NISM

    Mumbai : ICSI (Institute of Company Secretaries of India) and NISM (National Institute of Securities Markets) signed an MoU for jointly conducting various workshops, conferences and carrying out research activities focusing upon corporate laws, capital market and securities laws, recent developments in Indian and foreign capital markets.

  • Danish woman gang rape: Court convicts five men

    New Delhi : Five men, who along with four others were accused of kidnapping and gang raping a 52-year-old Danish woman at knife-point near the New Delhi railway station two years ago, were held guilty by a city court on Monday.

  • Vijender Singh Vs Kerry Hope

    New Delhi : Former European champion Kerry Hope was on Monday unveiled as Indian boxing star Vijender Singh’s opponent for the eagerly-anticipated WBO Asia title bout to be held on July 16 in the national capital.

  • Doing its bit, start-up team goes paperless

    Indore : Team of ‘Engineering Babu’, an online start-up contributed to environment by taking all these operations online, and taking an oath to work paperless.

  • Asaram aides face re-arrest

    NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Rajasthan Government to move the Rajasthan High Court for cancellation of bail of three aides of the self-styled godman Asaram Bapu (72) if they are threatening the witnesses in the case of his alleged sexual assault on a 16-year old girl in his Jodhpur ashram.

  • Direct entry for Rohan Bopanna in Rio

    New Delhi : Indian tennis star Rohan Bopanna on Monday officially returned to top-10 in the ATP ranking doubles chart, securing a direct entry into the men’s doubles event of the Rio Olympic Games.

  • Sentencing in Gulberg case put off to June 9

    Ahmedabad: A special sessions court, which was to pronounce the quantum of sentence for those convicted of the massacre of 69 people at the Gulberg Housing Society here in 2002, on Monday put off its decision to June 9 with the arguments still continuing in the case.  Among those killed was septuagenarian former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri.

  • SSC Board exams results out

    SSC Result 2016: Konkan tops, Latur bottom

    Mumbai : The pass percentage in Class X SSC exam has come down by 1.90%, as against that last year. Of the 1601406 students who appeared in the state in nine regions, 1434143 students have passed.

  • Modi-Obama bond an ‘unlikely friendship’: NYT

    Washington : As President Obama gets ready to host Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the White House for the second time in as many years, a New York Times report describes the bond between the two as an ‘unlikely friendship’.

  • OZ thrash West indies: Win second tri-series game by 6 wkts

    Guyana : Australia wobbled near the finish yet still made an immediate statement in their opening match of the Tri-Nation Series at the Guyana National Stadium on Sunday, whipping the West Indies by six wickets in the second fixture of the tournament.

  • Wrong anthem played at Uruguay-Mexico game

    Arizona : Uruguayan footballers were shocked and surprisingly looked at each other in bemusement when the wrong national anthem was played prior to their Copa America Centenario match against Mexico. The organisers played the national anthem of Chile instead of Uruguay’s “Orientales, la Patria o la Tumba” here on Monday.