Free Press Journal
  • India in Command

    St Kitts : Young KL Rahul struck his second half-century on tour as India were well placed at 181 for three at lunch on day two of their second practice match against West Indies Board President’s XI on Friday.

  • Yasir, not Amir, put Eng under pressure

    London : Yasir Shah became the first leg-spinner in 20 years to take a five-wicket haul in a Test innings at Lord’s to leave Pakistan well-placed at stumps on Friday’s second day of their series opener with England.

  • L&T to sell 15% stake in L&T Technology Services via IPO

    Mumbai :  Close on the heels of the successful Rs 1,243-crore L&T Infotech IPO, diversified group L&T’s technology services unit has filed draft prospectus with Sebi for a public offer to raise an estimated Rs 1,000 crore.

  • ‘In T20s, batsmen have improved’

    New Delhi : Former captain Dravid feels that T20 cricket has gone through a transformation over last decade with batsmen showing comparatively more signs of improvement skillwise than the bowlers.

  • Youth falls from building, dies

    Indore :  A 25-year-old youth died mysteriously when he fell from the second floor of a building in Vijay Nagar on Thursday night.

  • FICA threatens to sue MCL organisers

    London : The Federation of International Cricketers’ Association (FICA) has threatened to take legal action against the Masters Champions League following non-payment of dues.

  • PCB buys bulletproof buses to improve players’ security

    Lahore : In an effort to improve security arrangements for international players visiting the country, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has bought bulletproof buses. “We have bought these four Coaster buses as part of our efforts to revive international cricket in the country,” a PCB spokesman was quoted as saying.

  • Rajan’s formidable reputation helped stabilise Re: Subbarao

    Mumbai :  Former Reserve Bank Governor Duvvuri Subbarao has credited his successor Raghuram Rajan’s “formidable reputation” for bringing sanity to the forex market when the rupee had lost nearly 25 per cent amid ‘taper tantrums’ in the summer of 2013.

  • Man arrested for molest attempt

    Indore: A man was arrested while trying to molest a young girl on Thursday afternoon. He was booked under various sections of the IPC.  According to the police, the incident occurred at 3 pm on Thursday in Bajrangpura.

  • Nice Attacks: Morphed snap of Sikh again as terrorist

    Paris : The photoshopped picture of a Canadian Sikh, who was wrongly identified as one of the terrorists behind the November 2015 Paris attacks, has surfaced again after the attacks in Nice.

  • Most students unaware of different stages of start-ups: Ramchandran

    Indore : Explaining how professors need to address start-ups in their colleges, regional head of national entrepreneurship network (NEN) Marlina Christie Ramchandran talked about different stages of start-ups with e-cell professors of various institutes from Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh on the second day of the seminar organised at Prestige Institute of Management and Research (PIMR) on Friday.

  • India needs pollution free N-energy: Vyas

    Indore : Director of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) KN Vyas has said pollution free nuclear energy is the need of the hour in our country. He also laid stress on production of energy through traditional sources.

  • Residents savour victory, Pipliyahana Lake to stay intact

    Indore : Free Press’ ‘Save Water, Conserve Water Bodies’ campaign was successful when on Friday Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan officially announced to stop construction work of court’s building on the lake’s bed.

  • 169 villages to get Mahi River water

    Ratlam: 169 villages of the Ratlam rural area will get water supply under the Mahi Samul Jal Praday Yojana for which a sum of Rs 1481 crore has been sanctioned by the state government. Giving this information on Friday Ratlam rural MLA Mathuralal Damar said that 169 villages will get the water of Mahi river.  under the ambitious plan of Mahi Samul Jal Praday Yojana and this will solve their water problem