Free Press Journal
  • Garbage scattered all over GMC ground

    Hundreds of students coming to the college everyday for counseling There are two major hospitals on the premises

  • Training workshop on ‘climate change’

    Ujjain : A daylong training workshop on ‘climate change’ will be organised at Government Jiwajirao Observatory on Saturday. 59 participants will participate in the workshop organised by the Environment Planning and Coordination Organisation, Bhopal under the climate change campaign. Superintendent Dr Rajendraprakash Gupt informed that participants from Navodaya, Central Schools, Government Schools for Excellence and other block level schools from Ratlam, Mandsaur, Neemuch, Shajapur, Agar and Ujjain districts will participate in the

  • Whitewash On Radar

    Men in Blue ready to take on Kiwis in third and final Test

  • England slay Tigers

    Dhaka : Jake Ball took five wickets on debut as England completed a remarkable turnaround to win the first match of the ODI series by 21 runs in Dhaka.

  • Kopardi rape-n-murder case finally chargesheeted

    Mumbai : The Ahmednagar police on Friday filed a chargesheet in a district court against three accused in the brutal rape and murder of a teenage Maratha girl in Kopardi village on July 13. The Kopardi case triggered state-wide protests from Maratha organisations.

  • Now, surgical strike on Pakistan cyber space

    New Delhi : A second silent surgical strike is on and this time it is in the cyber arena. The Indian hackers have singed the Pakistan government”s networks, locking up their computers and data.

  • Mumbai hit full points

    Mumbai : Captain Diego Forlan led from the front as hosts Mumbai City FC defeated NorthEast United FC 1-0 in a Hero Indian Super League clash at the Mumbai Football Arena  on Friday.

  • Women’s entry barred at Haji Ali till October 17

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday barred women’s entry in Mumbai’s Haji Ali Dargah until the next hearing on October 17 when it reopens after a week-long recess.

  • Bad Start!

    India crash to defeat against Korea

  • Mumbai close in on Tamil Nadu

    Haryana : Defending champions Mumbai took an upper hand over Tamil Nadu with as many as 11 wickets falling on the second day of their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match on Friday.

  • Cambridge win

    Mumbai : A goal each by Jainesh Doshi midway in the first half and another by Varun Singh in the second half enabled Cambridge (Kandivali) upset fancied St. Stanislaus (Bandra) 2-0 in the boys under-14 final of the DSO-Mumbai Suburban District level Inter-School Football Tournament, organized by Vision Sports Reconnect and Fairplay Sports Management at at St Francis D’Assisi Ground, Borivali on Friday.

  • Rampant Rosberg

    Suzuka : Nico Rosberg gave his wounded team-mate Lewis Hamilton plenty to think about by topping the timesheets in both practice sessions Friday for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.

  • Navy subdue Central Railway

    Mumbai : Putting up a more disciplined and improved display, Indian Navy hardly put a foot wrong as they sailed to a convincing 4-1 win against Central Railway in a Super Division match of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League – 2016, and played at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate on Friday evening.

  • Avril Saldanha goes down fighting

    Mumbai : Unseeded Avril Saldanha impressed in defeat as she went down fighting to fourth seed Tanvita Thakur in the youth girls’ quarter-finals, in the Matunga Gymkhana 4-Star Mumbai District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament on Friday.

  • Adoption of GST poised to boost India’s medium-term growth: IMF

    Washington : Asserting that India has shown that progress on reforms could “ignite” business investment, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday said the adoption of goods and services tax is poised to boost the country’s medium-term growth.

  • India Art Festival at Nehru Centre

    The sixth edition of India Art Festival was launched on Thursday at Nehru Centre in the presence of 43 art gallerists and 500 artists. The highly charged ambience of ‘India Art Festival’ was full of creative energy and heated discussions on art and art world.  The art collectors, artists and art enthusiast present in large number included Pheroza Godrej, Akshay Singhania, Harsh Goeka, Prabhakar Kolte, Anup Jalota, Bharat Dabholkar and many others