Free Press Journal
  • GST exemption limit should be raised: TPA

    Indore : Threshold limit for GST is suggested Rs 10 lakh in Model GST Law. The limit is grossly anti-small and micro industry and it should be raised to a logical level.

  • City begins celebration with tying rakhi on Mahakal

    Ujjain : Raksha Bandhan was celebrated with much festivity across the district on Thursday as Mahakaleshwar temple began the day with a special ceremony dedicated to lord Shiva.

  • Sandeep Deorukhkar, Kajal Kumari, Shobha Kamat win titles

    Mumbai : Former asian & national champion Sandeep Deorukhkar of ONGC, Kajal Kumari of Indian Oil, Babulal Shrimal of Mumbai, Shobha Kamat of Bank of Maharashtra won the men, women, veteran women & men singles events in the 52nd Maharashtra state and inter district Carrom chapmpionship 2016 helt at Thane.

  • Brahmins wear new Yagyopaveetam to mark Shravani Upakarma

    Ujjain : Maintaining the ancient tradition, Brahmins residing in the city replaced their old Yagyopaveetham (sacred thread) with a new one to mark the occasion of Raksha Bandhan and Shravani Upakarma on Thursday.

  • Tricia’s hat-trick guides Bodyline to victory

    Mumbai : Prolific goal-scorer Tricia Colaco showed excellent finishing touch and went on to notch up a fine hat-trick to guide Bodyline FC to a convincing 5-0 win against Companeroes SC in a women’s league match of the 15th Bandra West Football League 2016, sponsored by Baba Siddique & Jeeshan Siddique and conducted by the BWFA (Bandra West Football Association) and played at the Dr. Norman Lewis Supari Talao, Municipal grounds. Tricia

  • Pakistan crush Ireland by 255 runs

    Dublin : Thanks to the whirlwind knock of left hander Sharjeel Khan (152 of just 86 balls) and late assault by Shoaib Malik (57 no) and Mohmammad Nawaz (53) Pakistan posted a challenging 337/6 against Ireland in their first One Day International here. In reply, Ireland was shot out on 82 runs, giving the visitors a huge victory by 255 runs.

  • Sakshi Malik Miss Sultan

    Rio de Janeiro: Sakshi Malik, a 23-year-old from Rohtak, on Thursday carved her name in stone by becoming the first woman wrestler from India to climb the podium at Olympics. With that also ended India’s medal famine at Rio.

  • Panwar to leave for Switzerland today

    School of Studies in Political Science lecturer Dr Nalin Singh Panwar will head for Switzerland on Friday to participate in the 21-day workshop being organised by the Institute of Federalism University of Freeburg.

  • When sisters wish freedom, only freedom to brothers

    Ujjain : Bhairvagarh Central Jail witnessed an emotional deluge as sisters tied rakhis on the wrists of their brothers housed in the jail on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, here on Thursday.

  • India’s Shuttler PV Sindhu Gold Hunt

    Rio de Janeiro : India’s shuttler PV Sindhu has booked a berth in the finals of the women’s singles event with a straight-game victory over Nozomi Okuhara of Japan. With that, she also becomes the first Indian badminton player to enter the final of the Olympics.

  • Barca claim Supercup

    Arda Turan scored twice with Lionel Messi adding another as Barcelona enjoyed a relatively placid game.

  • Rain Rain, came again…

    Port of Spain : West Indies were 66 for two after electing to bat when rain stopped play on the opening day of the fourth cricket Test against India at Queen’s Park Oval, here on Thursday.

  • Mumbai Western Express Highway Accident

    5 Youngsters Die In Car Crash On Western Express Highway In Vile Parle

    Mumbai : A fatal accident in the wee hours of Thursday, on the Western Express Highway in Vile Parle’s Shashtri Nagar area, claimed the lives of five people, including the driver who is believed to have dozed off at the wheel, the police said.

  • Narsingh Yadav Gets WADA Nod, Will Enter The Ring Today

    Rio de Janeiro: In a last minute relief, Narsingh Yadav has been allowed to compete in the Rio Olympics. This enables him to commence his 74kg campaign against Zelimkhan Khadjiev of France. The WADA nod has come on the heels of court cases, hearings and appeals in the run-up to the games.

  • Dipika Pallikal -Saurav Ghosal finish runner up in WC

    Melbourne : Indian pair of Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal settled for silver medal in the mixed doubles event of the World doubles squash championship after going down to New Zealand’s Joelle King and Paul Coll in the final here. Dipika and Ghosal went down 8-11, 8-11 to Joelle and Paul in the final to miss the gold medal.