Free Press Journal
  • Paul Pogba suspended for Manchester United opener

    Manchester : Newly-signed Manchester United star Paul Pogba will be suspended for the club’s opening English Premier League football game of the season against Bournemouth on Sunday, according to the English Football Association.

  • Body found in MP Nagar

    BHOPAL : A body has been found at Bank of Hyderabad at MP Nagar on Friday. As per the police, body was identified as Vijay Nakawar (34) of Rahul Nagar.

  • Barca’s Stegen out for six weeks

    Madrid : Spanish club FC Barcelona will be without goalkeeper Ter Stegen for around six weeks after the club confirmed that the German has suffered a knee injury.

  • Stray animals to be shifted to cowsheds in Dhar

    Ujjain : Stray animals caught from the city roads will be shifted to the cowsheds located in Dhar district. Mayor Meena Jonwal on Friday visited cowsheds located in Rajod, Baramandal, Labaria and Khutpala of Badnawar tehsil.

  • MP Malviya seeks suggestions from city educationists

    Ujjain : With an objective to develop the city of Ujjain as an education hub, Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya sought suggestions from city educationists during a meeting at his residence on Friday. Several constructive suggestions were given by the prominent teachers of the city.

  • JP Hospital: Doctors last to come, first to leave

    BHOPAL : The OPD at JP hospital becomes functional from 10 am for which patients queue up from early in the morning. On Friday, the OPD began at its usual time and like everyday doctors reached the OPD around 11 am and left the OPD at 12 noon. The patients waiting in the queue since 10 am kept running from counter to counter for appointment of another doctor.

  • UBI organises workshop on heart diseases

    Indore : Union Bank of India (UBI) along with Senior Citizen Welfare Center of the state organised a workshop on heart diseases for employees at the regional office recently. Explaining about the common symptoms associated with heart diseases, cardiologist Sarita Rao said, “Symptoms like neck, back, hand and jaw pain, weakness, restlessness, chest pain and difficulty in breathing are the signs of heart attack.” If you attribute a person’s fainting to heart

  • Harbhajan Singh to skip Duleep Trophy

    New Delhi : Senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is all set to give the inaugural day and night Duleep Trophy with pink ball a miss due to pressing family commitments.

  • Young Odissi dancers impress audience

    BHOPAL : Mesmerising recital of city-based young odissi danseuses Kalyani and Viadehi was held at Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhavan on Friday under a concert ‘Swaranjini’.

  • Govt luring Shahdol voters: Congress

    BHOPAL : The state Congress has objected to the launching of various government schemes in the Shahdol parliamentary constituency.

  • ‘We’ve settled well in Bhutan’

    New Delhi : Despite the cold conditions in Thimpu, national football coach Stephen Constantine on Friday said team has settled down quite well in Bhutan. The Indian team will play Bhutan in an unofficial away practice game on Saturday. “The weather has not been too bad but the altitude is a little bit of an issue. But we are coping it,” he said.

  • Viswanathan Anand draws with Anish Giri

    St. Louis (USA) : Former world champion Viswanathan Anand played out another draw with Anish Giri of Holland and remained joint second after the sixth round of the Sinquefield Cup, a part of the Grand Chess Tour.

  • Court seizes properties of ex-footballer

    Ankara : A Turkish court on Friday ruled for the seizure of property and possessions owned by famous ex-footballer Hakan Sukur and his father after identifying the two as providing financial support to the Fethullahist Terrorist Organisation (FETO) as part of a probe.

  • When did Re drop to 100 a dollar: Rajan

    New Delhi : Criticised by some for his conservative stance during his tenure as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Raghuram Rajan on Friday added one more area, which he alluded has vindicated his position — the control over the value of the Indian rupee.

  • Manasi stuns Manushree to enter semis

    Mumbai : Manasi Chiplunkar of Mumbai City District shocked top seed Manushree Patil in a 4-3 thriller to enter the youth girls’ semi-finals, in the JVPG 3rd Maharashtra State Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, at the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana, on Friday.