Free Press Journal
  • Bihar Guv, CM felicitate Kesari

    BHOPAL : Bihar’s Governor Ramnath Kovind and chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan accorded public reception to former Rajya Sabha member and veteran scheduled caste leader Narayan Singh Kesari in recognition of his 65 years’ public service. In a function at Ravindra Bhavan on Wednesday, the CM welcomed Kesari by tying turban on his head.

  • ‘Want team to depend on Neymar Jr.’

    “Neymar is extremely motivated, he is aware of what the Olympics represent and wants to help as much possible.”  -Rogerio Micale.

  • Running of direct trains from Indore towards Rajasthan would start soon

    Ratlam : The Commissioner Railway Safety (CRS) Sushil Chandra conducted the   inspection of the five-km-long ‘Q’ track between Ratlam-Dhoswas connecting Ratlam broad gauge line coming from Fatehabad towards Mandsaur, Neemuch and beyond here on Wednesday.

  • Info on gas disaster liabilities withheld from Dow shareholders

    BHOPAL : At a press conference here on Wednesday, leaders of five organisations of the survivors of the Union Carbide disaster charged the directors of Dow Chemicals and DuPont with unlawfully withholding information from their shareholders on the liabilities of Bhopal. They said that shareholders of both the corporations will be voting on the proposal for merger of the two companies.

  • Real Test Begins

    After drawing games against minnows, India awaits Windies challenge

  • Diarrhea cases on rise

    BEGUMGANJ : Patients complaining of vomit and diarrhoea are thronging the civil hospital these days. This is the situation of Tinsua village in which the number of patients has been steadily rising from the Thursday.

  • Trader consumes pain killers; dies

    BHOPAL : A BJP leader and trader in pulses committed suicide in Bairagarh on Wednesday.  Police call it a case of suicide but local sources said it was natural death as he had consumed  medicines (painkillers) when he developed stomach pain. But instead of improvement, his condition continued to deteriorate.  He was admitted to a private hospital where he died while undergoing treatment.

  • SDM court issues jail warrant

  • Tough opponent yet dear friend: Pakistan’ greats on Mohammad Shahid

    New Delhi : “I would tell him that if you join the Pakistan team, we would be world beaters and he used to say the same for me,” was how Pakistan’s legendary centre forward Hasan Sardar reacted on the demise of Indian hockey great Mohammad Shahid.

  • Hollywood loses a dash of romance!

    Los Angeles : Veteran filmmaker Garry Marshall, the man behind some of the best Hollywood romantic comedies like “Pretty Woman”, “Runaway Bride” and “Valentine’s Day”, has died at the age of 81.

  • Honour killing of 15-Year-old Dalit boy in Navi Mumbai

    Mumbai : In an alleged case of honor killing, a 15-year-old Dalit boy was killed on Tuesday in Nerul, Navi Mumbai. The deceased was killed by the family of the girl with whom he was in a relationship.

  • Central jail inmates learning acting

    BHOPAL : As many as thirty prisoners, including chain-snatchers, thieves, murderers and smugglers, lodged in the local Central Jail, are, these days, busy learning acting in a month-long ongoing theatre workshop.

  • Changing mindset crucial, says Anil Kumble

    Antigua  : Emphasising that batting for a longer duration will be key, India’s chief coach Anil Kumble says they are focussing on changing the mindset of the batsmen from shorter to longer format ahead of the Test series against West Indies, starting here. “We are focusing at changing the mindset of batsmen in terms of coming from shorter format into a longer format and the batting time as it is important to

  • Dharambir not overawed by Bolt’s presence

    New Delhi : Dharambir Singh, first Indian in 36 years to qualify for the 200 metres event at the Olympics, believes he can significantly better his qualifying time and insists that he won’t be overawed by the presence of sprint king Usain Bolt in the same competition at the Rio Games.

  • Campion students’ body sworn in

    BHOPAL : The office-bearers of the students’ council of Campion School were sworn in on Wednesday. The ceremony began with unfurling the school flag by the school Principal Fr. Dr. Athnas Lakra. This was followed by the lighting of the lamp by the Principal. Congress leader Ajay Singh, an ex-Campionite, was the chief guest at the function.

  • ‘Impressions’ of architecture student impress

    BHOPAL : Exuding positivity and happiness, as many as 22 landscape works of Aditi Mital B.Arch. third year student of MANIT are on display at Rangdarshni gallery of Bharat Bhavan in the six-day ongoing solo painting exhibition ‘Impressions’ that began on July 19.