Free Press Journal
  • Dhyan Chand before Sachin Tendulkar?

    New Delhi : Former greats revived the longstanding demand for Bharat Ratna to late hockey legend Dhyan Chand with some saying the “wizard” should have been given the honour ahead of cricketing icon Sachin Tendulkar.

  • Sportspersons to go on hunger strike

    Ujjain: City sports persons will sit on hunger strike on National Sports Day protesting absence of basic facilities during practice session at Mahananda Nagar athletics track. The sportspersons complained of non-availability of water, water to sprinkle on the track, lights, stray cattle and other problems. A complaint letter was also filed with District Athletics Association few days ago, but the sports officer turned deaf ears to their plight.

  • Free eye check-up camp at Misrod

    BHOPAL : 305 patients were examined for cataract and glaucoma in a free check up camp in a Primary health center at Misrod on Sunday. The camp was inaugurated by MP Alok Sanjar. 42 cataract patients have been selected for operation in the camp. All the facilities including operation, hospital charges, food and even travel expenses will be free for the patients. About 19 people registered themselves for eye donation in the

  • Sachin Tendulkar lauds Rio winners

    “Your preparation…sacrificed so many things…you are not allowed to eat certain things and phones were kept aside, to enable you to focus. I knew, during Rio I saw such was the focus.”

  • Cathedral runners-up

    Chris Church finish third in football

  • Josh Mobiles announces two budget devices

    Josh Mobiles one of the leading players, introducing new age mobile phones in the entry level segment, brings in its latest feature rich, futuristic addition to the growing feature phone portfolio with Dual Sim Wave and Turbo priced at Rs. 1,599 and 1,499 respectively.

  • Youth consumes poison, dies

    BHOPAL : A Jahangirabad resident youth, who consumed poisonous substance, died in Shri Siddhi Hospital, Gulmohar on Sunday. No suicide note has been recovered.

  • Allen Student wins silver at International Earth Science Olympiad

    Amarjit Vikas Pande, a student of Allen Career Institute won the silver medal in the 10th International Earth Science Olympiad (IESO) 2016. Brajesh Maheshwari, Director, said, “Amarjit was selected in the team of four students to compete in the final round of International Earth Science Olympiad.” This year in the first round (written exam), 21 students were selected from all over India, who were then invited to participate in the orientation camp.

  • Shubham Ambre bags triple crown

    Mumbai : Shubham Ambre of MD College, Parel overcame formidable opponents en route to bagging an impressive triple crown, in the 4 Star Chembur Gymkhana Mumbai Suburban District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament.

  • Workshop on how to avoid online hacking Smart citizen orientation

    BHOPAL : Along with smart city there is a need of developing smart citizens also to make the idea of smart city work and for this Swami Vivekanand Library is organizing a series of workshop on ‘Smart citizen orientation’ with ‘Be Positive’ institute. Vijay Khatri, additional inspector general of Cyber Police, Madhya Pradesh, was the key speaker at the workshop.

  • Never run out of battery with Ambrane Power Banks

    Ambrane India one of the leading IT brands in computer peripherals, Mobile Accessories and No. 1 in Power Banks, yet again spoils you for choice, with its latest P1313 an ergonomic contoured design for consumers who love to have a distinctive fashion style of their own.

  • Sheldon Shines

    Mumbai : The twin strikes from Sheldon Menezes paved the way for G.K.W. Rangers to clinch a deserving 2-0 win over Freunds United SC in a Second Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2016-2017, and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Sunday evening.

  • Communiqué 2016 at SITM

    The flagship event of Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management (SITM), Communiqué is an idea to communicate, explore and envisage current and burning issues faced by the global ICT industry. Communiqué hosts above 40 distinguished luminaries from all facets of the ICT Industry who shed light on the several issues confronting the ICT Industry.

  • Nitin Mongia leads

    Mumbai : Nitin Mongia of the Sailing School of India (SSI), Mumbai, managed to hold on to his lead in Enterprises, with two second place finishes and an eighth position as the wind dropped towards evening at the Wet ’n Wild Sailing Regatta..

  • Azaadi 70 at LLIM

    Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management (LLIM) celebrated ‘Azaadi 70’ (Independence 70) from August 9 to 23 to  commemorate the sacrifices of millions of freedom fighters, who braced violence peacefully, suffered atrocities with silent but eloquent bravery, and stoically sacrificed their personal gain for the future generations.