Free Press Journal
  • Indore: NTPC Rihand child makes it to Bal Shree Awards

    Indore: Kaushiki Singha Roy, daughter of NTPC Rihand’s AGM (operation) Keshab Chandra Singha Roy got selected for National Bal Shree Honour-2015 in creative writing stream in age group of 14-16.  National Bal Shree Honour is an initiative to identify creative potential of children in four main streams of creative writing, performance, arts and scientific innovation.  The evaluation and selection is a complex process and procedure, conducted by creative artist and experts in

  • Villarreal beat Atletico

    Villarreal : Villarreal thumped Atletico Madrid 3-0 to vault into the fourth place in La Liga football, dropping them to sixth.

  • ‘Arsenal will reach beyond CL last 16’

    London : Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is confident that his team will be able to progress beyond the last 16 stage of the Champions League this season.

  • Indore: Self defense techniques must for girls says Boxer Sarita Devi

    It is time for every girl to take training in self defence technique for their safety. Arjun Awrdee and former world boxing champion in lightweight category -2009, Sarita Devi, who arrived Indore on Tuesday evening. Talking to media, Saritadevi said win and defeat is the part of life. It is sad that youngsters are not facing the challenge and they have diverted their attention toward suicide. I love boxing game. Before boxing,

  • Finally, Afghan boy meets his idol Messi

    Doha : An Afghan boy who became an internet sensation after pictures of him wearing an improvised Lionel Messi football shirt went viral finally got to meet his superstar idol on Tuesday.

  • City players shine in Sochi, clinch silver

    Sochi : In the just concluded World School’s Chess Championships at Sochi, Russia, the ultimate chess tournament of the year, with over 500 participants from 28 countries, and 12 categories. Our city boys have given us much reason to be proud coming in the top three of the team championships, only after Uzbekistan we sealed the Silver Medal, playing 40 other teams to get to the spot in one of the most challenging

  • Indore: Workshop catches fire at Industrial Sector

    Pithampur: A fire broke out at an auto garage in the Industrial Sector no. 1 here at about 1 am on Monday. According to Kishanganj TI Arun Solanki the fire broke out from a short circuit in a machine, creating panic among residents. Fire brigade rushed to the spot and brought the situation under control.

  • Bhatnagar boys and Siliguri girls emerge senior champs

    Vododara : Fourth seeds Bhatnagar International School, from Delhi, led by Payas Jain and Yashansh Malik, emerged the Senior Boys champion when they beat Goa’s Loyola High School 3-1 to lift the glittering trophy in the final of the 11Even Sports Inter-School National Championships at the Sama Indoor Complex.

  • Indore: Remembering the last prophet

    Pithampur: Muslim Welfare Society, led by Mansar Patel took out a procession in the Industrial Area Sector 1 on the occasion of Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi here on Monday. City Congress head Pintu Jaiswal extended greetings to public on the occasion.

  • Ujjain: Doctors share views at health awareness event

    Ujjain: A health awareness progamme was organised on Tuesday on the occasion of foundation day of International Human Rights Commission (HRC), which falls on December 10 every year. The programme was held under the aegis of Madhya Pradesh Manav Adhikar Ayog Mitra and Pushpa Mission Hospital on the premises of the hospital.

  • Ujjain: Daily exercise, green diet keep heart diseases at bay

    Ujjain: In India 30 lakh people suffer heart attack out of which around 6 lakh people are below 40 due to irregularities in diet and life style, informed noted cardiologist of the city, Dr Saleem Yousuf in a conference on heart diseases held in Kochi recently. He also advocated daily exercise, green vegetable diet and routine life to keep heart diseases at bay.

  • Maratha morcha in Nagpur today

    Nagpur: Lakhs of Marathas will march towards the State Legislative Assembly in Nagpur on Wednedsay to demand that the state government and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis take cognisance of their issues, which include reservations in government jobs and education.

  • Ujjain: Winter on doorsteps, administration changes school timings

    Ujjain: Cold is growing day by day and temperature of the city is expected to dip down in the coming days changing usual timesheet of the city dwellers. Expecting more decline in temperature, collector Sanket Bhondve changed school timings for the students of nursery to class VIII.  According to district education officer Sanjay Goyal, all government, non-government, CBSE, ICSE and private schools shall hold classes from nursery to class VIII from 8.30

  • Ujjain: Station premises cleaned up ahead of DRM’s visit

    Ujjain: Usually more vehicles are parked on the premises of railway station than an authorised parking place and it is also noticed that often station premises is mostly occupied by homeless people, baggers and miscreants rather than passengers.

  • Ujjain: Administration readies to marry off CM’s niece

    Ujjain: District administration here has planned to organise ‘nikah’ of a scrap vendor’s daughter with a special ‘Samuhik Vivah’ (mass marriage) programme on December 24, 2016. The decision was taken to honour Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s promise made to bride Shaina to bear all expenses incurred in her marriage.

  • Vardah Chennai

    Cyclone Vardah: Death toll rises to 18 in Tamil Nadu

    Chennai: Eighteen people were killed in six districts of Tamil Nadu in rain-related incidents linked to Cyclone Vardah that crossed the coast, as Chief Minister O Panneerselvam held a meeting of top officials today to speed up work to ensure return of normalcy in storm-hit regions.

  • Kiren Rijiju under attack on alleged power project scam in Arunachal

    New Delhi:Union Minister Kiren Rijiju came under attack on Tuesday over allegations that he influenced the Power Ministry to clear bills related to a power project in Arunachal Pradesh, with Congress demanding his sacking but the minister denied any wrongdoing.

  • Demonetisation: Over Rs 2 lakh crore yet to come back

    New Delhi : The new currency notes of Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 released so far are only a little more than one-third of the scrapped notes deposited by the people with banks since demonetisation.