Free Press Journal
  • 2 states in a scramble to court Silver PV Sindhu

    Hyderabad : Both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are already claiming ‘proprietary’ rights to PV Sindhu, the silver lining in Indian Olympics. The only sane voice in the din made by the two states was that of Sindhu’s mentor Pullela Gopichand who said that “she belongs” to India. He also underscored the fact that all states wanted to be a part of the celebration.

  • Bhavitavya Shah, Divya Deshpande, Manasi Chiplunkar champs

    Mumbai : Divya Deshpande, Manasi Chiplunkar and Bhavitavya Shah won thrilling championship rounds to emerge supreme, in the 4 Star Vasant M. Chiplunkar Memorial Table Tennis Tournament, organized by PRO TT, at the University Pavilion.

  • Dengue claims two Mumbra lady residents death

    Mumbai : Two dengue deaths have been reported in the Mumbra area of Thane district; this, in turn, has revealed an alarming trend — that the disease has now spread its tentacles far beyond Mumbai.

  • Shashank Bisht outplays Sujay Malik

    Mumbai : Shashank Bisht  quelled the spirited challenge of  Sujay Malik  as he beat the latter 11-8, 6-11, 11-4, 9-11, 11-3 to win the men’s singles title in a thrilling final of the P-3 Sports’- 3rd Mumbai Inter-Corporate table tennis tournament, held at Khar Gymkhana here Sunday night.

  • Forum alleges VU admin protecting fee scam accused

    Ujjain : Sanskrit Rakshak Manch has alleged the Vikram University administration has been protecting the people responsible for the fee scam in the School of Studies in Commerce.

  • Youth who stole cash from principal’s office held

    Ujjain : Makdon police claimed to have arrested an accused who had stolen cash from the principal’s office at Government Higher Secondary School Makdon, on Monday.

  • Baloch leaders booked

    Islamabad : The Pakistan police on Monday registered five cases against three Baloch leaders for allegedly supporting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statements on Balochistan. On August 15, Modi had said that people from Balochistan had thanked him for highlighting the atrocities by the Pakistani state on the people of Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

  • SGSITS inducts newly admitted students

    Ujjain :  Shri Guru Sandipani Group of Institutions (SGSITS) held a welcome and induction ceremony of the freshers, on Monday. Institution chairman and District Congress president Anant Narayan Meena was the chief guest while Bank of India, Surasa, branch manager Aashish Patidar was the special invitee on the occasion. Delivering inaugural speech Anant Narayan Meena encouraged the students to study hard and help in the national building. Special guest Aashish Patidar exhorted

  • NHRC notice on antibiotic worsening condition of 24 kids

    BHOPAL : The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu cognisance of a media report that the condition of 24 children worsened after they were administered antibiotic “Cefotaxime” injections at the District Hospital, Morena on the August 15. The Commission has served notices on  the state government, through chief secretary and the principal secretary, department of public health and family welfare on a media report. The officials have been given four

  • Doctors wear black ribbon to protest colleague’s manhandling

    Ujjain : Doctors of the district hospital on Monday registered protest against the manhandling of a duty doctor on Saturday night. Protesting doctors wore black strips on their arms and demanded arrest of the accused and security at the workplace. They also suspended their duties for an hour during the protest.