Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Mhow welcomes New Year in style

    Mhow: The last night of 2016 and the New Year day was marked by zealous celebrations all through the region.

  • Pakistan to play under Misbah in Sydney Test

    Sydney : Pakistan Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, who had hinted of calling curtains to his illustrious international career after his side’s crushing defeat by an innings and 18 runs in the second Test against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), will play the Sydney Test and also captain his side.

  • Shami posts another photo with wife, wishes fans happy New Year

    Kolkata: In what can be taken as a rebuttal to the social media storm that took centre stage after Mohammed Shami posted a picture with his wife on Twitter a few days ago, the India pacer on Sunday posted another similar photo wishing his fans a happy New Year.

  • Sumariwalla slams countries which did not support IAAF reforms

    New Delhi : International Athletics Federation governing council member Adille Sumariwalla has slammed countries like Jamaica and Ukraine which did not support the radical reforms aimed at cleansing the sport, saying they have done so due to “nonsensical political motive”.

  • Somdev announces retirement

    New Delhi : Ravaged by injuries, India’s star singles player Somdev Devvarman on Sunday announced his retirement from professional tennis, bringing an abrupt end to what was once a promising career.

  • Top stars in action in PWL-2

    The Pro Wrestling League will witness 15 matches in the league phase followed by the semi-finals on January 17 and 18. (more…)

  • Bhopal: 2016 passed without cold spell, thanks to rising temperature

    BHOPAL: Day as well as night temperature remained quite above normal in the state capital on first day of New Year. The increase in temperate to North-Westerly wind pattern has left December enjoy pleasant weather. Temperature reduces with northern wind pattern.

  • Sports fraternity wishes fans a Happy New Year

    New Delhi: With the hope that 2017 will be a prosperous and peaceful year, our favourite sports personalities took to Twitter to wish their fans a very `Happy New Year`.

  • Finishing not a concern for us: Indian women’s football coach

    Siliguri : A day prior to India’s semi-final against Nepal in the Women’s SAFF Championship, Indian women’s team head coach Sajid Dar isn’t much willing to read into India’s last match against Nepal in the SAG Final which had ended 4-0 in favour of India.

  • Ujjain: Sair-Sapata organised by Ujjain Municipal Corporation a big hit

    Ujjain: During Sair-Sapata (morning walk), organised by Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) at Ankpaat Marg on Sunday, many people with children participated with full enthusiasm on Sunday. People attired in woollen clothes enjoyed dance and games during the event. On this occasion skipping, rope pulling and many other games were organised. According to UMC Speaker Sonu Gehlot, riding, singing, surya namaskar and other cultural activities were also organised at Gayatri Shaktipeeth and Vishnu

  • Mumbai: AIDS experts warn against use of prophylactic drugs

    Mumbai : AIDS experts have warned against a rising trend of youngsters of taking prophylactic drugs with the purpose of avoiding the dreaded HIV infection due to unprotected exposure with unknown partners.

  • TRAI to initiate consultation on green issues in telecom infra

    New Delhi : Telecom regulator TRAI is looking to bring out a consultation paper that would review issues related to reduction in carbon footprint for telecom infrastructure, including mobile towers. According to TRAI sources, the contours of the discussion paper on green telecommunication is expected to be firmed up over the next few weeks, following a reference from Department of Telecom.

  • Tata Steel hopes to get back normalcy soon

    Jamshedpur : Private steel major Tata Steel on Sunday expressed confidence that the situation would be back to normal in the next quarter after the company’s performance was impacted temporarily in November last owing to demonetisation.