Free Press Journal
  • Fitting reply by Pakistan

    Birmingham : Novice opener Sami Aslam and Azhar Ali batted brilliantly as Pakistan gave a fitting reply to England after they lost Mohammad Hafeez without a run on the board in the third Test against England at Edgbaston on Thursday. At the end of Day2, Pakistan were 257/3, trailing by just 40 runs.

  • Focus on ‘Cooling Off’, 9-year tenure

    New Delhi : With the pressure of implementing the Justice Lodha Committee Reforms in the coming six months, a wary BCCI will be meeting for its Special General Meeting to discuss the far-reaching implications of the Supreme Court directive.

  • Rs 2.64L drawn fraudulently from account of Panaji resident

    BHOPAL : A case of fraud was registered by the Bairagarh police for withdrawal of  Rs 2.64 lakh from a bank account by using cheque of a Panaji-based complainant. According to the police the victim Bala Raman of Panaji Goa lodged a complaint with regarding withdrawal of Rs 2.64 lak from his Syndicate bank account. SHO Bairagarh police Sudhir Arjaria said that the victim works in Panaji. Bala Raman has bank account

  • Mumbai’s Ali-Pawar advance

    Mumbai  : Riyaj Akbar Ali, Pankaj Pawar of Mumbai prevailed over Pramod Sharma and Vaibhav Pawar of Palghar 25-19, 25-8  in a straight games encounter to enter third round of the Mens doubles event in the Bank Of Maharashtra & LIC Of India Sponsored 14th Late Muktar Ahmed Memorial Prize Money CarromTournament.

  • HP India announces ‘back to college’ campaign

    Bhopal : HP Inc India recently announced ‘back to college’ campaign for students planning to buy new notebooks for educational needs thus digitally empowering their future.

  • City bus overturns, 12 hurt

    Ujjain : A city bus overturned on Ujjain-Tarana road near Devankhedi village leaving 12 passengers injured, on Thursday morning. The injured passengers were rushed to the district hospital where their state is said to be out of danger.

  • I-T searches HEG, Maral Overseas

    BHOPAL  : Income Tax (I-T) department, in its country-wide searches on Bhilwara Group, raided its state-based ventures namely HEG and Maral Overseas.

  • Will persuade Lionel Messi to return:Edgardo Bauza

    Buenos Aires : Argentina’s new football coach Edgardo Bauza has said frustration and a deep sense of hurt has forced Lionel Messi to retire from international football, promising to persuade the superstar to return.

  • MEd answer books to be sent outside DAVV for evaluation

    Indore : Accepting a long pending demand of education college directors, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Thursday announced that answer books of MEd course exams would be sent outside the city for evaluation.

  • ICSI and IIFB sign memorandum of understanding

    Indore : The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) and Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for jointly conducting workshops, conferences and seminars recently.

  • Official asks drawing disbursement officers to close ac

    Ujjain: Senior treasurer officer has asked all the drawing disbursement officers of the district to close the accounts opened without the permission of the finance department.

  • St. Andrew’s, Rizvi in U-17 DSO final

    Mumbai : Last year’s finalist, St. Andrew’s junior college from Bandra, got the better of St. Francis D’Assisi (Borivali) 4-3  via   tie-breaker to make the boys Under-17 final of the   Subroto Mukherjee Cup football tournament (for Suburban schools) held at  St Francis D’Assisi high school ground  (Borivali) ground here on Thursday.

  • India to play Bhutan in practice match on Aug 13

    New Delhi : India’s football team, currently practicing in a pre-season camp here, will take on Bhutan in an unofficial practice match on August 13, it was announced on Thursday.

  • Doctor booked for sending lewd sms to lady

    Ujjain : Madhav Nagar police booked a doctor for sending lewd messages to a woman boutique owner in Freeganj, on Thursday and launched a hunt for the accused.

  • Lavania asks officials to redress CM Helpline grievances

    Ujjain : In-charge collector Avinash Lavania during a TL (time limit) meeting with his subordinates asked them to redress the complaints of Chief Minister Help Desk, on Thursday. He asked officials to give priority to the cases related to the workers and poor people.