Free Press Journal
  • Celebrating the bond of friendship

    Indore : Radisson Blu is all set to celebrate the sacred bond of love, trust and care with the city this friendship day. Guests will be welcomed with friendship band tied on their wrists. Elaborate menu, flower decoration and a number of live counters will add to the festivity.

  • Ready for Rio

    Rio de Janeiro : The most crisis-ridden Olympic Games in history opens here on Friday with Rio organisers hoping to draw a line under a turbulent seven-year build-up to the greatest sporting show on Earth.

  • Five proposed open jails to house inmates with family

    BHOPAL : In five proposed open jails in the state, prisoners would get a chance to live with their families for a period during their term. The state jail administration house planned to establish the open jails under the jail and prisoners reformation programme.

  • After dengue, diarrhoea cases on rise

    Indore : With changes in climatic conditions, district health department has raised an alert for water and vectorborne diseases and directed hospital administrations to be prepared for any situation.

  • Biggest ever Indian contingent eyes richest medal haul

    Rio de Janeiro : Dope scandals marred what was turning out to be a euphoric build-up but India’s biggest ever contingent would nonetheless be eyeing a historic medal haul when the 31st Olympic Games — the first ever in South America — will get underway.

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  • Friendship Day cycling fun

    Indore : Relive your childhood memories of cycling with your buddies, Free Press invites all the readers to participate in a fun ride organised by D S Event Management around the city on the occasion of Friendship Day on Sunday.

  • Biometric machines help catch six impersonators

    BHOPAL : Six impersonators, who were trying to appear in the police constables recruitment exam, were nabbed by the officials of Professional Examination Board from different part of the state, on Thursday.

  • Sister Act

    Taiwan’s Su-wei pulls out

  • Youth trying to blackmail woman arrested

    Indore : We Care for You Cell officials arrested a youth who threatened a woman to post her pictures on social media and demanded money.

  • Chase leads West Indies to inspiring draw

    Kingston : Rookie batsman Roston Chase conjured up a heroic maiden Test century to lead a remarkable West Indies fightback as the hosts forced a frustrating draw on India on the final day of the second match, here on Wednesday.

  • Car with girls returning from party falls into nullah

    Indore : A car, loaded with skimpily clad and possibly inebriated girls, veered off of the road and fell into a nullah in Mahalakshmi Nagar area on Wednesday night.

  • West Indies produced special batting, says Virat

    Kingston : India skipper Virat Kohli says he can only doff his hat to the West Indies batsmen, who produced a special batting display to save the second Test, here Wednesday.

  • Lean Indulgence blends health and taste

    Indore : Keeping the health conscious people in mind, restaurant Lean Indulgence has come up with ‘Regale India Menu’ for food lovers in the city. Elaborating the menu, founder and director Alay Somani said, “Our aim is to change the perception of health food by fusing health and taste in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes by slashing oil usage by 90 per cent.” The restaurant uses organically produced pulses and vegetables in

  • Workshop on ‘sensitivity towards deprived ones’ held

    Ujjain : Police administration organised a workshop on ‘sensitivity towards poor and deprived ones’ to sensitise officials and employees of police and tribal welfare department, on Thursday. The two-day workshop was concluded at police control room.

  • Mendis gives Sri Lanka edge against Oz

    Galle : Half centuries from the in-form Kusal Mendis and skipper Angelo Mathews gave Sri Lanka the edge over Australia on the opening day of the second cricket Test here despite a five-wicket haul from Mitchell Starc. Mendis followed up his maiden century in the first Test with a top score of 86 in Galle as Sri Lanka posted a total of 281 in their first innings before then grabbing two early

  • Most traders welcome GST, SMEs fear burden

    Indore : Most of the traders and industrialists have expressed happiness over passage of GST Bill in the Rajya Sabha. However, SME sector has expressed fear of increasing burden on them.