Free Press Journal
  • Will team India seal Caribbean series?

    Amit Mishra’s performance on day five was a let down. With the pitch easing up and the ball going soft, it had a major impact on the skipper’s plan to bowl his spinners in tandem. So, Virat Kohli will be tempted to bring in Ravindra Jadeja. This change-over in the playing eleven will not hurt the balance much.

  • 4k BJP men from dist to join PM’s rally in Bhabhra

    Ujjain : Around 4000 BJP leaders and workers will join the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally scheduled at martyr Chandrashekhar Azad’s birthplace Bhabhra on Tuesday. PM will inaugurate “70 Years of Freedom Yaad Karo Qurbani’ there. Media in-charge Sachin Saxena said that party workers will join the rally under the leadership of district president Iqbal Singh Gandhi. Gandhi told that a bus from each ward and hundreds of leaders with their personal

  • CSA bans four players for fixing

    Johannesburg : Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday banned four players, including former international Thami Tsolekile, for match-fixing in the 2015 Ram Slam T20 tournament.

  • National workshop on ‘Historicity of King Vikramaditya’ today

    Ujjain : School of Studies in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archeology, Vikram University and International Jaymadi Meladi Ma Seva Parivar Kheda, Gujarat are jointly hosting a national workshop on ‘Historicity of King Vikramaditya’ on Tuesday. HoD Dr Ramkumar Ahirwar and secretary Dhwani Shah informed that inaugural session will be held at the department at 11 am in the presence of chief guest BS Panchal, Jaymadi, special guest vice chancellor Rani Durgawati

  • Lodha panel rejects BCCI request

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court appointed Justice Lodha panel on Monday declined the request of Indian cricket board to defer the scheduled meeting tomorrow on implementation of reforms within the next six months.

  • Viswanathan Anand stays in joint lead

    St. Louis (USA) : Viswanathan Anand continued with his fine form even though a victory eluded him against nemesis Hikaru Nakamura of United States in the third round of the Sinquefield Cup, a part of the Grand Chess Tour, here.

  • 350th Prakash Varsh of Guru Govind Singh celebrated

    Ujjain : National Sikh Sangat and MP Punjabi Sahitya Academy jointly celebrated 350th Prakash Varsh of Guru Govind Singh at Kalidas Academy complex in the presence of hundreds of visitors. National president Sardar Gurucharan Singh in his address said, Sikh’s community’s history had been a glorious past and they had pride on it. Sikh community was not only founded to protect the Hindu religion, but to inculcate a synergy of nationalism to

  • Audio release of ‘Yea Toh Two Much Ho Gayaa’

    Ali Unwala had recently organised the audio release of Hindi film ‘Yeh Toh Two Much Ho Gayaa’ which saw in attendance the cast, crew, media and guests.

  • Uncouth Beauty – Painting Exhibition by KIshore Govilkar and Hari Fulaware

    “Uncouth Beauty”, an exhibition of paintings by well-known artists Kishore Govilkar and Hari Fulaware. Although working on different subjects, medium and style, their artworks bear a harmonized similarity in portraying the rustic allure of the countryside with great details.

  • Mystic Six – Painting Exhibition

    ‘Mystic Six’, an exhibition of paintings by six young contemporary artists – Dhiraj Patil, Manoj Pawar, Sunny Gharat, Sandip Parange, Rajesh Dhangada, Yogesh Sambare. This show will be inaugurated by Kesarinath Patil (Chairman of Kesari Tour) on August 9, 11.00 am. The Human impulse to create art is universal. Art has been a way to communicate beliefs and communicate idea of our experiences. In one such attempt Six Emerging artists give a

  • Reserve Bank overcome Rebels

    Mumbai : Reserve Bank of India showed great fighting spirit and determination to put it across a dogged Rebels Sports Club 3-2 in an absorbing Second Division final of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League 2016-2017 and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate. The scores were tied 2-all at the end of the first session.

  • Dnyaneshwar Morga and Chinta Yadav emerge winners at YMCA Minithon

    Mumbai : Dnyaneshwar Morga of Jai Santoshi Mata Sanskruti and Chinta Yadav of Bombay YMCA emerged men’s and women’s winners, in the 3rd YMCA Minithon, organized by the Bombay YMCA Physical Education Department, at the Borivali YMCA.

  • Manoj upsets top seeded Yogesh

    Mumbai : Unseeded Manoj Kamble caused a major upset by ousting top seeded Yogesh Pardesi of Indian Oil in a thrilling three game encounter 7-25,25-10,25-8 in the men single’s event of the Muktar Ahmed trophy Carrom tournament.

  • Bank union to protest against consolidation, government policies

    New Delhi : A section of officers of the public sector banks (PSBs) under AIBOC will hold a ‘March-to- Parliament’ protest tomorrow against a move to consolidate state-owned lenders and other “anti-worker” decisions of the government.  All India Bank Officers’ Confederation General Secretary Harvinder Singh said AIBOC has called the protest on the same day (August 9) on which Gandhiji had launched Quit India movement in 1942 to oust the British from