Free Press Journal
  • Poland pip Switzerland

    Enter maiden Euro quarter final on penalites

  • Cleaner crushed under reversing bus;

    BHOPAL : A 32-year-old bus cleaner died after being hit by a reversing bus at Halalpura bus-stand under Koh-e-Fiza police station.

  • Jawans to be sensitised on cross-border drug smuggling

    New Delhi : Scores of jawans from different border guarding forces will be sensitised on the issue of cross-border smuggling of drugs in the national capital on Sunday on the occasion of International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

  • AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya Arrested For Sexual Harassment, Sent To Jail

    New Delhi : Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Dinesh Mohaniya was on Saturday arrested on the charges of molestation and sexual harassment in a case registered on Thursday. District court has sent the MLA to judicial custody till June 27. A police party crashed into his press conference at his residence and took him away in the glare of the TV cameras in what Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal described as

  • ‘India preparing projects worth USD 2-3 bn for funding by AIIB’

    Beijing : India is preparing a basket of projects worth USD 2-3 billion for funding by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in several areas including urban development and energy and offered to set up an office of the China-backed bank in New Delhi. On the third day of his visit here, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley made the offer while addressing the Board of Governors Session of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of

  • Major surgery in govt, party on the cards

    BHOPAL : The stage is set for major changes in the government as well as the BJP state organisation. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, after his return to the city from China on Sunday, would convene a series of meetings over the next of couple of days with BJP state president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan and organisational general secretary Suhaas Bhagat on ministry expansion and on the constitution of BJP executive body. Once

  • Yeshwant Club elections today

    New committe to form Moral code of conducts, candidates fate to be decided today

  • Wales jump into quarters

    Paris : Wales defeated Northern Ireland 1-0 in the round of 16 clash here on Saturday to enter the quarter-finals of the European Championship football tournament.

  • 5 litre RO water for Re 1 in all villages: This IAS officer has a dream

    BHOPAL : IAS officer Ramesh Thete is planning to launch a campaign to provide safe and hygienic drinking water in the rural areas of the state. He would launch the campaign in his personal capacity without any seeking any government funding.

  • Dutee qualifies for Rio, first Indian for 100m dash in 36 years

    “I am really happy to have qualified for the Olympics. It has been a tough year for me. My hard work and that of my coach (N Ramesh) has paid off. I could qualify for the Olympics due to blessings of a lot of people. I want to thank Sports Authority of India, Sports Ministry, Athletics Federation of India for their support. I will continue to work hard and hope

  • MoS Sinha coming to city on Monday

    Indore : Minister of State (MoS) for Railways Manoj Sinha will reach here on a 2-day visit to the city on Monday evening.

  • VHP asks Muslims to reject Jihadi elements

    Patna : National working committee of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Saturday urged the Muslims in India to discourage ‘Jihadi’ elements and asked the Hindus to realise their strength and valour and not to migrate from any part of the country.

  • Jason Roy and Alex Hales demolish

    Birmingham : Blistering hundreds by Jason Roy and Alex Hales hauled England to a crushing 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the second One-day International at Edgbaston.

  • Guest teachers cane-charged outside minister residence

    BHOPAL : Guest teachers, who wanted to submit a memorandum to the Minister of state for School Education, were cane-charged by the police on Saturday morning. The police arrested the Youth Congress President and teachers.

  • HAFIZ-SAEED

    Pakistan’s Double Talks

    Will wage ‘jihad’ to ‘free’ Pak rivers from India: Saeed

  • Trump Rakes Up Hillary Clinton’s Indian Donations Issue

    Citing a New York Times report, the Trump campaign alleged that as early as 2008, Indian politician Amar Singh had donated between USD 1,000,001 and USD 5,000,000 to the Clinton Foundation. “Singh visited the US in September 2008 to lobby or a deal allowing India to obtain civilian nuclear technology; then-Senator Clinton assured him democrats would not block the deal,” the Trump campaign alleged.

  • Mumbai, Pune start with a win

    Mumbai : Puneri Paltan began the defence of their title with a naroow 28-24 win over Telugu Titans while U Mumba edge past Jaipur Pink Panthers 36-34 in their opening games of the fourth season of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League, here on Saturday.

  • Living her mother’s dream

    Indore : While skills are passed on to children genetically, dreams flow automatically like a dancer moves rhythmically to music beats. Dancing to the beats of tabla with her mother, 9-year-old Pal Gupta sensed her mother’s dream of becoming a professional dancer.