Free Press Journal
  • IPS, Satya Sai, St Paul, Daly College in next round

    Indore : Indore Public School,Satya Sai, St Paul and Daly College entered into the next round of the inter public Kasliwal trophy football tournament being played at Daly College ground on Sunday. In the first match, Daly College b team defeated Shishukunj 4-1, Satya Sai defeated Sanmati1-0, Indore Public School beat Vidhyasagar 3-1(tie- breaker).In the fourth match, Daly Colege A beat Indus World School 5-1.In the fifth match, St Paul beat Columbia

  • Barca angry as Lionel Messi, Suarez overlooked for UEFA award

    Barcelona : FC Barcelona’s vice-president Jordi Mestre has said the Spanish champions are “very disappointed and angry” with European football governing body UEFA’s decision to overlook stars strikers Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez for the continent’s Best Player award which he termed as “scandalous”.

  • Girl accuses father, stepmom of fraudulently drawing Rs 5L

    BHOPAL : An Arera Colony resident girl lodged a complaint of forgery against her father and stepmother with Shahjahanbad police accusing them of withdrawal of seven Fixed Deposits (FDs) made with SBI, Sultania Road. Police have registered a case under sections 420, 467, 468, 120-b of the IPC against parents.

  • Shabbir Crowned Veteran’s Winner

    Mumbai : Unseeded Shabbir Khan of Thane overcame Prakash Chavan of Mumbai in a two game encounter 25-8, 25-15 to claim men veteran single’s title in the 14th Muktar Ahmed Trophy Carrom tournament.

  • Bombay Gymkhana win team event crown

    Mumbai  : Bombay Gymkhana (BG)  successfully defended their title as they won the team event of doubles while, the top seeded pair of Sushant Niddodi and Deanne Rodrigues clinched the open mixed doubles title in the Matunga Gymkhana Maharashtra state masters inter-club badminton tournament organized and hosted by Matunga Gymkhana and managed by Shuttle Craze academy under the auspices of Maharashtra Badminton Association (MBA). In the team event, BG convincingly beat Dadoji

  • A N Shanbag

    Joint Holding vs Nomination

    This is a true story. Long ago an old widow came to our office. She had been essentially a homemaker. Fortunately, her husband, upon his demise had left her a large sum of money. These funds were required to be invested. The main problem was she had no trustworthy relatives in India. She had a daughter and a son, both well-employed NRIs. Unfortunately, her son had never treated her as a mother

  • Uber to increase headcount to 500 by year-end at Hyderabad facility

    Washington:  Online taxi aggregator Uber will hire over 150 people over the next few months to ramp up its customer support operations in India as part of its efforts to enhance driver and rider experience on its platform.

  • Thousands bow heads in obeisance before Nagchandreshwar

    Ujjain : The temple town of Ujjain witnessed an unbound fervour of faith and devotion spread by the multitudes thronging to catch a glimpse of the deity of Nagchandreshwar on the occasion of Nag Panchmi, here on Sunday. The immense zeal and enthusiasm was worth experiencing as they echoed the city ether with loud chants and visited the ancient idol of Nagchandreshwar presided on the first floor of Mahakaleshwar Temple’s summit amidst

  • Larsen & Toubro

    Modest recovery in order inflows for Capital Goods companies

    Mumbai : The capital goods companies have seen slight revival in order inflow during the last quarter led by public sector capex and overseas projects, even as private sector continues to shy away from investments.

  • Amidst global crisis, savings is keeping India afloat: R Vaidyanathan

    Mumbai : Unlike the United States, majority of Indians are self-employed and this is not a hidden fact. This large share of self-employed population, have benefitted the Indian economy in many ways in this global economic crisis, stated R Vaidyanathan, professor of finance at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

  • Musical Bhagwat Katha begins today

    Ujjain: International Kathakar and precursor of Bhakti Rasa from Allahabad, Ramnarayan Maharaj will deliver musical Shrimad Bhagwat Katha at Maheshwari Dharmashala Golamandi from Monday. Kanheyalal Ghatia of the event organising committee said that the programme is being organised to mark the 101st death anniversary of Dhapubai. A Kalash Yatra will also be taken out on Monday morning.

  • Online ECG centre ‘Arogyam’ dedicated

    Ujjain : Jeevandeep Yojana Charitable Trust dedicated the online ECG centre Arogyam at Maru Prajapat Dharamshala near the park of Sakhipura and Suraj Nagar on Sunday.

  • Mahakal’s 3rd procession today

    Ujjain : The third palanquin procession of lord Mahakaleshwar will be taken out with full zeal and enthusiasm in the city on Monday. Replica of Chandramoulishwar will be presided in the silver palanquin while horse riders, police force, home guards and special armed forces as police band will escort the procession. Lord Manmahesh will ride the royal elephant and Shiv Tandav on Garud will ride bullock cart.

  • Ziox Mobiles launches two affordable phones

    Ziox Mobiles, one of the fastest growing brands in the mobiles category, empowering consumers with affordable technology and quality products today announced two new additions, the Z 214i and the Z 314, in its feature phones portfolio.

  • Mission Tiranga volunteers meet MLA

    Ujjain : Students who initiated Mission Tiranga met Ghattia MLA Satish Malviya and narrated their plight. They complained against Jolly Memorial Mission School management which pressurised Urvashi Jain to leave the school for protesting the management apathy to the Tiranga Mission. The volunteers also registered protest against district education officer.