Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Chhavni general council meet held

    Mhow: The general council meeting of Chhavni concluded on Tuesday at the council office under the leadership of council president and station commander Brig Rajesh Negi. This meeting had discussions about the cost of the programmes to be organised and the gift items on Republic Day. The council also gave suggestions of technical evaluation of the programmes organised at Bahar.

  • Bumrah grounds Jharkhand : Leads Gujarat to second Ranji final in 66 years

    Nagpur : Jharkhand’s dreams of reaching their maiden Ranji Trophy final were on Wednesday dashed by India seamer Jasprit Bumrah’s devastating spell, who guided his Gujarat side to their second final in 66 years, beating the first-timers by 123 runs here.

  • Cilic stunned, Bopanna wins in Chennai Open

    Chennai : Top seed Marin Cilic was stunned 6-7 (5), 7-5, 5-7 by Jozef Kovalik in the second round of the Chennai Open tennis tournament here on Wednesday.

  • Sheena murder case: Accused to be charged by mid-January

    Mumbai : After hearing arguments from all the three accused in the Sheena Bora case, the special court for Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) is likely to frame charges against Indrani, Sanjeev Khanna and Peter Mukerjea on January 17.

  • Ujjain: Bike rams tanker, two killed

    Ujjain: Two bike riders lost their lives due to head-on collision with a tanker on Baranagar Road near Ingoria on Wednesday. Ramesh Panchal and Dharmendra Panchal, residents of Aerodrome Road, Indore met with the accident early in the morning at village Patiyakhedi near Ingoria. They were carpenters by profession and regarding some furniture work they were going to Nagda on a bike. It is likely that due to thick fog they rammed

  • Every time I score runs, it’s for Hughes, says David Warner

    Melbourne : Australia’s explosive opening batsman David Warner, who was there on the field when Phillip Hughes was struck on that fateful day back in late 2014, has insisted that every time he scores runs, it’s for the late Australian left hander.

  • Himachal cancels contract with Thakur-linked state cricket body

    Shimla : In another setback to dethroned BCCI President Anurag Thakur, the Himachal Pradesh government on Wednesday cancelled an agreement with the state cricket association administered by him to build a stadium.

  • Olympians back Bedi, Azad to oversee reforms in BCCI

    Mumbai : Hailing the decision of the Supreme Court to appoint a two-member committee to oversee reforms in the Cricket Board after the removal of two top BCCI officials, some Olympians and Arjuna Awardees from other disciplines on Wednesday backed ex-cricketers Bishen Bedi and Kirti Azad to undertake the task.

  • Mumbai FC target top 3 finish in new season

    MUMBAI : High on confidence, Mumbai FC Head Coach, Santosh Kashyap is determined for a top 3 finish this season in the I-League which is scheduled to commence from January 7, 2017.

  • Ujjain: Lawyers continue protest on second day

    Ujjain: The lawyers continued their protest on Wednesday, against the incident of deflating of the tyres of their vehicles parked on the court premises. The dispute between the judicial officers and the lawyers did not come to an end by the end of the day. A mediation of Bar Association is expected to settle down the matter.  Sources informed that a meeting between bench and bar would be held on Friday.

  • South East champs

    MUMBAI : Greater Mumbai South East Basketball Association beat Thane District 73-69 to emerge supreme, in the 76th Maharashtra State Inter District Basketball Championship for Men & Women, organised and hosted by Thane District Basketball Association.

  • Russian athletes can compete as ‘neutrals’ in global events

    Moscow : The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has issued a set of guidelines that will allow Russian athletes to compete in international contests as neutrals in global sporting events.

  • Ujjain: Final rites of WWII veteran held

    Ujjain: The final rites of warrant officer of Air Force PV Devshikhamani were performed on Wednesday with full rituals. Many religious and prominent people participated. The cremation occurred at Neelganga Crematory.

  • Ujjain: Noble will makes family proud

    Ujjain: The wife of head of the department of School of Chemistry died on Tuesday after a prolong illness in a hospital of Indore. The will written by her seven years ago surprised the family and made them proud.

  • Ujjain: Leakage of sewage lines contaminates holy Kshipra

    Ujjain: As per information, sewage line of Kahn River Diversion Project has got damaged and thousands of litres of the sewage water is getting mixed with the holy water of Kshipra.

  • Ujjain: Four of family saved from drowning in Kshipra

    Ujjain: Four persons of a family were rescued from drowning in Kshipra while taking holy dip at Dutt Akhara area on Wednesday morning. Swimmers and home guards deployed at the bank of the river rushed to the rescue act. According to information, all the four persons were of Jha family of Delhi and had come to the city for religious purpose.  While taking the dip, one person Ramchandra slipped into deep waters