Free Press Journal
  • 2 held for committing loot, murder

    Kukshi/Dhar : Two persons were arrested by Kukshi police here on Thursday for committing loot and murder on August 2, 2016. The police also recovered stolen mobile phones and valuable documents of the victims from their possession.

  • Coach says O P Jaisha said no to personalised refreshment

    “A day before the race, Radhakrishnan Nair (deputy chief coach) asked me whether she (Jaisha) would need individual refreshment or drinks for the race. I asked Jaisha whether she will use personalised drinks or normal water provided by organisers. She said she will use normal water only. Then I told Nair that she will not need personalised refreshment and she would prefer pure water. That is it,” Nikolai told PTI

  • India announce probables for friendly against Puerto Rico

    New Delhi : India on Thursday named a 28-strong list of probables for the upcoming international friendly against Puerto Rico which is scheduled to be played in Mumbai on September 3.

  • Students allege cheating under GoI scheme by Indore-based inst

    ITRC lured students to deposit Rs 50,000 and Rs 30,000 each in two batches for scholarships , Victims have already lodged complaints with the PMO and also mulling over filing a police complaint against the directors of ITRC,

  • ‘Ek Tha Hero’ is extremely motivational: Ayush Khedekar

    Bollywood is world famous for their romantic movies. However certain genre of cinema depicting special bonds between human beings is also hugely popular. Upcoming Hindi film “Ek Tha Hero” starring Amita Pathak Sachar and Ayush Khedekar is one such film.

  • 11Even Sports Inter-Schools TT in 27 States on National Sports Day

    Mumbai : India’s largest Inter-Schools sporting event, the 11Even Sports Inter-School Table Tennis State Championships will kick off simultaneously across 27 States on National Sports Day, August 29 and conclude on August 31, 2016.

  • Government yet to take a call on GM mustard commercial cultivation

    New Delhi :  Amid protests against allowing genetically modified mustard in the country, the government today said it will conduct a public consultation on recommendations made by a panel on bio-safety aspects of commercial cultivation of such crops.

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    Bad time continues for banks; KFA brands fail to find buyers

    Mumbai : In a big disappointment for the lenders for the second time, auction of the long-grounded Kingfisher Airlines’ (KFA) trademarks and logo turned out to be damp squib once again despite having a lower reserve price.

  • Taking love for animal to next level

    As kids, many might have heard their parents say, ‘stay away from stray dogs as they bite’. But Harshita Sharma who is the founder of Pawstruck has decided to counter such comments by initiating awareness program for students at school and college-level.

  • ICRA pegs Q1 GDP growth flat at 7.2 Per Cent

    Mumbai : Domestic rating agency Icra has estimated the GDP growth to remain flat at 7.2 per cent in the first quarter under the gross value added (GVA) calculation, thanks to an uptick in the industrial sector negating the decline in services and farm sectors.

  • Raegan, Tanmay Rane in quarters

    Mumbai : Unseeded Raegan Albuquerque upset fourth seed Hardik Panchal to enter the youth boys quarter-finals, in the 4 Star Chembur Gymkhana Mumbai Suburban District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament, on Thursday.