Free Press Journal
  • Heavy corruption spotted in MPTDC toilets construction

    Ujjain : Heavy corruption was spotted in the development works of MP Tourist Development Corporation (MPTDC) done at village Naikhedi of Pan Badodia Panchayat of the district. Officials practiced corruption and hiked the cost of the toilets from Rs 7 to 14 lakh. Even the roof was laid of tin shade instead of RCC.

  • Deaf & dumb woman drinks kerosene in front of SP office

    Ujjain : A deaf and dumb lady tried to create a scene in front of the SP office, here on Saturday afternoon, by drinking kerosene. She was caught by the policemen and rushed to the hospital, from where she was discharged in the evening.

  • Kedar Jadhav , Shreyas power India A to easy win

    Mackay (Australia) : Middle-order batsman Kedar Jadhav powered his way to an unbeaten 83-ball 93 as India A recovered from early blows to cruise past Australia’s National Performance Squad by six wickets in the quadraungular 50-over tournament, here on Saturday.

  • Tarun Mahotsava to conclude today

    Ujjain : Youth Hostels Association of India’s local unit organised a three-day grand festival—Tarun Mahotsava—in memory of Shaishvee Pathak, which will come to an end on Sunday.

  • Jo Root rescues England again

    London : Riding on a solid middle order performance, England chased the victory target of 252 with 4 wickets in and 15 balls go against Pakistan in ther second ODI match played at Lords. Jo Root once again guided his team to victory with an innings of 89. He was ably supported by captain Eoin Morgan (68) and Ben Stokes (42). In the end Moin Ali ensured England crosses the finishing line

  • Lewis Hamilton determined to ‘minimise impact’

    London : Despite taking an engine penalty that will see him start from the back of the grid in the Belgian Grand Prix, reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has insisted winning at Spa-Francorchamps circuit will remain his primary motive on Sunday.

  • Solid start for Proteas

    Centurion : Riding on half centuries by openr Cook, de Kock, dependable Hashim Amla and Duminy, the proteas made a solid start with 283/3 of day 1 at stumps against Kiwis.

  • Pregnant Woman Wades 6 Kms In Water To Reach Hospital!

    Chhatarpur (MP) : In what could be a slap on the face of the civil society, a case of shocking apathy has come to fore, wherein a pregnant woman in Madhya Pradesh was forced to walk six kilometres through a waterlogged area to reach the hospital to deliver her baby.

  • Dempsey sidelined over irregular heartbeat

    ESPN later confirmed Dempsey would miss the USA’s 2018 World Cup qualifiers on September 2 and 6 against St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago, respectively.

  • China’s Olympic medallists land in Hong Kong for a visit

    Hong Kong : China’s Olympic medallists along with a 64-member delegation led by Minister of the General Administration of Sports Liu Peng landed in Hong Kong on Saturday for a three-day trip to the city, which includes sports demonstrations, a visit to an elderly people’s home and meetings with aspiring athletes.

  • ‘Whistleblower’ Will Hand Over Scorpene Data To Aussie govt

    New Delhi : The leaked data on Scorpene submarine has changed a few hands, after being taken from DCNS by a subcontractor, before reaching the whistleblower who gave it to The Australian newspaper, and will be handed over to the Australian government on Monday, said a report by the journalist who broke the story.

  • I take responsibility National coach Gurbax Singh

    New Delhi : He is ready to take “moral responsibility” for India’s medal-less boxing campaign in Rio Olympics but national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu says the four-year-long administrative logjam cannot escape blame for all that has gone wrong with the once flourishing sport.

  • Mihika Rohira wins decider to enter into semi-finals

    Mumbai : Unseeded Mihika Rohira upset third seed Aditi Sinha in a thriller to enter the junior girls semi-finals, in the Chembur Gymkhana Mumbai Suburban District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament.

  • Saketh Myneni makes it to US Open main draw

    New York : India’s Saketh Myneni literally blew away Serbian Pedja Kristin 6-3 6-0 in only 56 minutes to earn his maiden entrance into the men’s singles event of the upcoming US Open.

  • Couple forced to separate after 62 years!

    Ottawa : A Canadian couple, after spending 62 years of their lives together, are now being forced to separate because they cannot get into the same care home.

  • Paritosh Gohil strikes twice

    Mumbai : Sporting Options worked hard to snatch a close 3-2 win against a spirited Athens XI in a Second Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2015-2016, and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Saturday evening.