Free Press Journal
  • Usain Bolt’s Four-Tune!

    Rio de Janeiro : (Clockwise from L) Jamaica’s Asafa Powell, Jamaica’s Yohan Blake, Jamaica’s Nickel Ashmeade and Jamaica’s Usain Bolt celebrate after they won the Men’s 4x100m Relay Final.  Jamaicans won with a time of 37.27 seconds, 0.33 seconds better than second-place Japan.

  • Yogeshwar Dutt All Set

    Rio de Janeiro : Widely expected to clinch one last medal for India at the Rio Games, London Olympics bronze-medallist Yogeshwar Dutt is trying hard not to let the Narsingh Yadav episode affect him ahead of the men’s 65kg freestyle event here today.

  • Golfer Aditi Ashok Impresses

    Rio de Janeiro : India’s teen golfer Aditi Ashok rounded off yet another week with a card of five-over 76 to end her campaign at the 41st spot in the women’s golf event at Rio Olympics, here today.

  • Construct public toilets on priority

    The sight of men urinating in the open is disgusting. The authorities concerned should crack down on such people but not before ensuring that there are adequate numbers of clean public urinals. Women suffer a lot due to lack of clean public urinals. Here is what people have to say to RITIKA RAM.

  • Jinalaya Shuddhikaran begins today 55 Shwetamber temples to be cleansed

    Indore : Navratan Parivar and Jain Shwetamber Malwa Mahasangh will jointly launch a drive of Jinalaya Shuddhikaran for 55 Shwetamber temples in the city on Sunday. The drive will coincide with similar drives in other cities involving 1100 temples and is sixth such event to be held. The drive will kick off at 7am on Sunday. Kits will be provided to the volunteers to wash every portion of the temple, including idols,

  • They are reading a book…in a strange pose!

    A TV presenter was caught in an embarrassing but hilarious moment when the live broadcast inadvertently caught a couple apparently having sex behind him on a beach. As the BBC’s Dan Walker was busy hosting a round-up of the sporting action, the cameras caught the couple engaged in a “different action”.

  • Youth arrested for molestation bid

    Indore : A youth was arrested while trying to molest his cousin sister on Rakhi. He has been booked under various sections of the IPC and the police are investigating the matter.

  • Low clouds diverts Indigo flight

    INDORE:  Due to incessant rains and low cloud, Indigo’s flight E-496 Mumbai-Indore was diverted on Saturday. APD Manoj Chansoria said that this flight was diverted to Baroda airport. Later it returned from Baroda and operated on Hyderabad route. Two other flights had to go round due to low clouds but later they landed at city airport.

  • TV umpire to call no-ball in England-Pakistan ODIs

    London : A system where the third umpire is responsible for the calling of front-foot no-balls will be trialled during the upcoming England-Pakistan one-day series, the International Cricket Council announced on Saturday.

  • Australia look for ODI redemption

    Colombo : Australia will look to restore some battered pride when they begin their one-day series against Sri Lanka today, hoping that some fresh blood can help reverse a string of defeats on a miserable tour.

  • Kashmir Tangle: President Pranab Mukherjee Told To Find Political Solution

    New Delhi : Twenty opposition MLAs from Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday urged President Pranab Mukherjee to advise the Modi government to look for a political solution of the current situation in the Kashmir valley instead of trying to tackle it administratively.

  • Anushi Sheth, a champion in the making

    Indore : Inspiring students to play snooker, 18-year-old Anushi Sheth’s dream is to become world snooker champion.

  • Mumbai Now Home To A Baby Hippopotamus!

    Mumbai : Mumbai is home to a baby Hippopotamus which was born on the auspicious occasion of Rakshabandhan in Byculla zoo. The last such birth was six years ago.

  • Dublin to Durban… wash off for Cricket

    It was rain all the way in Dublin, Durban and Port of Spain which had the last laugh in the Cricket fileds. Pakistan Vs Ireland match in Dublin was abandoned without a single ball bowled. In Durban the Kingsmead stadium was lashed by rains making play impossible only after 16 overs of game. India, too was waiting patiently for the wet outfield to improve and some action to begin.

  • Zlatan, Pogba star in Man U’s win

    Manchester : Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice and Paul Pogba excelled in his first game back at Manchester United as the team’s high-profile offseason signings starred in a 2-0 win over Southampton in the Premier League here.