Free Press Journal
  • North East win

    Guwahati : NorthEast United FC warmed up for their do-or-die battle ahead with an encouraging 2-1 victory over Delhi Dynamos in their penultimate Hero Indian Super League clash at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati, on Wednesday.

  • Ujjain: Police clamp down on drunken driving

    Ujjain: More than 50 persons were booked by the police for drunken driving. This included cars or two wheelers.The police apprehended drunk drivers from Dewasgate Square, Freeganj, Chhatri Chowk and Agar Road. Their vehicles were seized by the police. However, most of them were freed in morning after being warned by the police. The police launched this campaign as per the instruction of Superintendent of Police, SP Manohar Verma.

  • Saina, Kashyap, Praneeth in pre-quarters

    Macau : Top seed Saina Nehwal staved off a tough challenge from little-known Indonesian Hanna Ramadini in a three-game women’s singles opening round match to advance to the pre-quarterfinals of the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament on Wednesday.

  • Meet Patel creates record

    Mumbai : Just a day after the under-14 high jump record was shattered in Sports for All 2016, the biggest multi-sport school sports event in Mumbai, young Meet Patel set a new mark in the under-16 category.

  • Close wins for NBA ‘B’ & GKP

    Mumbai : NBA ‘B’ and Ghatkopar Krida Pratishthan junior boys and Andheri YMCA men registered narrow wins in the NBA basketball tournament, at the Bachoo Khan Municipal playground, Nagpada on Wednesday.

  • Ujjain: Vedic Training and Research Institute celebrates annual day

    Ujjain: The opening ceremony of annual day celebrations of the Vedic Training and Research Institute at Chintaman Jawasia, was held in the city on Wednesday. A book ‘Puranetivrittam’ containing 58 research articles on various sects and architecture, published under the joint aegis of Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee and All India History Compilation Project, New Delhi was released during the occasion.

  • Rathi, Williams impress

    Mumbai : Suraj Rathi of Otters Club and Heath Williams of Germany registered impressive wins, in the concluding tie of the Indo-German five-match series, at the Otters Club.

  • Ujjain: Payday chaos reign supreme as cash crunch in banks, ATMs continues

    Ujjain: Employees of the State and Union government are in for tough times as payday dawns. Beginning Thursday, employees of the State and Union government  will be paid salaries through banks making the process very difficult for around 25,000 State and 5000 Union government employees. They will now be required to stand in long queues for hours to withdraw their salary which will be subjected to the RBI prescribed withdrawal limit. As

  • Ujjain: Malviya seeks Central probe committee

    Ujjain: Local MP Chintamani Malviya raised the issue of negligence in Grasim Industries Nagda in Parliament and sought constitution of a probe committee to investigate the same in wake of the death of a labourer. He demanded strict action against the culprits.

  • Nagrota terror attack: Army chief visits camp, combing operations on

    Jammu: Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag on Wednesday visited the Nagrota-based 16 Corps headquarters and was briefed about Tuesday’s terror attack in which seven officers and jawans were killed, even as combing operation to flush out any remaining militant continued.

  • Ujjain: MTMC to adopt transparent system to count donations

    Ujjain: A transparent system to count denominations will now be in place at the Mahakaleshwar temple to rectify the recent glitches spotted in the counting procedure of the donations received. This was stated by the Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (MTMC) on Wednesday. Also,devotees will be allowed to witness live counting at the temple.

  • Indian Oil victorious

    Mumbai : Former champs Indian Oil, Mumbai produced a slick performance and after leading 3-0 at half-time went on to record an authoritative 7-1 win against a subdued Army XI, Bengaluru 7-1 from their opening Pool ‘B’ league match of the Union Bank of India & IDBI Bank-51st All India Bombay Gold Cup Hockey Tournament, organized by the Mumbai Hockey Association Limited (MHAL) and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. The

  • Mumbai: Airport authority clueless about missing bag

    Mumbai: Even after receiving several complaints from a passenger pertaining to his lost baggage, the Airport Authorities of India (AAI) is still clueless of the missing bag. This comes as an embarrassment for the authorities as it has been more than a month since the complaint was lodged and they are unable to trace the bag.

  • Dominic Savio bag U-14 football title

    Mumbai : Dominic Savio from Andheri got the better of Cambridge from Kandivali 6-5 via the tie-breaker in the boys under-14 final of the Poinsur Gymkhana’s suburban inter-school football tournament, under their Uttar Mumbai Krida Mahotsav Sports Fiesta.

  • Mumbai: CCTV cameras now installed in post-mortem centers

    Mumbai: After a demand by the public that the post mortem centres be completely transparent in their functioning, closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) have been installed at these locations since last ten days.

  • Relief for man accused of rape by estranged lover from Bombay HC

    The accused, who was earlier the Under Secretary of the Irrigations department, has approached a division bench headed by Justice Vidyasagar Kanade. His contention is that the FIR registered against him has blocked his elevation as an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer.