Free Press Journal
  • Federer passes test

    Melbourne : Swiss 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer won his first match at the Australian Open Monday after coming off a injury-blighted 2016.

  • Indore: MP Flying Club honours its founding member

    Indore: The Madhya Pradesh Flying Club Ltd honoured one of its founding members and first honorary secretary Dr Ram Mohan Agrawal, 90, with life time achievement award here on Monday.

  • Stars survive : Murray, Kerber struggle

    British tennis player Andy Murray defeated Illya Marchenko of Ukraine in the first game of the Australian Open here on Monday.

  • Indore: 3 held for planning BJP leader’s murder

    Indore: Combined team of crime branch and Heera Nagar police arrested three persons planning to kill a BJP leader on Monday. A search is on for their fourth accomplice in the case.

  • Nishikori advances

    Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori showed his fighting prowess to start the Australian Open with a 5-7, 6-1, 6-4, 6-7(6), 6-2 win against Russian Andrey Kuznetsov.

  • Indore: No achhe din for commoners

    The almost regular increase in the price of petrol and diesel has not exactly reduced the number of vehicles on city roads, but it has been pinching the pockets of commoners, who have started wondering when will they get to see good days when petrol and diesel prices would be reduced. PRACHEE SHARMA and EKTA SINGH check out commuters reactions.

  • Zidane still proud : Madrid finally fall at 41st hurdle, Sevilla win 2-1

    Madrid : Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane urged his side to put their disappointment of a first defeat in 40 games behind them as Sevilla produced a remarkable late turnaround to breathe new life into the Spanish title race with a 2-1 win.

  • I-league kicks off

    Aizawl : Shillong Lajong FC are prepping to snap their two match losing streak when they take on hosts Aizawl FC in a third round I-League football match here today.

  • Saina sets eyes on Malaysia Masters

    Sarawak : Saina Nehwal will look to clinch the Malaysia Masters title as she begins the year’s international campaign in the season-opening Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament which starts with the qualifiers here today.

  • Three GCA officers resign

    Ahmedabad : Adhering to the Lodha panel recommendations, three senior office bearers of the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) on Monday tendered their resignations from their respective posts citing the maximum tenure rule.

  • Yash into pre-quarters

    Nerul : Pune lad Yash Shah was at his aggressive best as he quelled the challenge of  Aniket Suvarna of Raigad in a thrilling three games encounter in the boys under-19 singles to make the last 16 in  the DY Patil-Maharashtra State Open badminton tournament, hosted by  Badminton Organisation  of Raigad at the  badminton courts in DY Patil stadium on Monday.

  • Resilient Western hold ONGC 4-4

    Nerul : Western Railway showed strong fighting qualities as they rallied to hold ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) to a high-scoring 4-4 draw in a fast paced and exciting Elite Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association League 2016-2017, and played at the Cooperage ground.

  • Bazoo XI win

    Nerul : Bazoo XI recorded their second successive win when they scored a narrow 1-0 win against Vakolites SC in a Round-2 Group-A match of the Vakola Football League organized by the Vakola Sports Committee and played at St. Anthony’s Church ground, Vakola, Santacruz.

  • Nav Maharashtra, MGSA emerge champions

    Mumbai : Nav Maharashtra Kreeda Mandal from Borivali after some hiccups in the first half turned the tables on Sagar Kreeda Mandal from Santacruz 38-37 in a rough and tough men’s final of the Poinsur Gymkhana Open Floodlit Kabbadi tournament, held under the aegis of Mumbai Suburban District Kabbadi Association, at Yuvak Mandal (Kandivali) on Sunday night.

  • Indore: German company to invest Rs 500 cr in Pithampur

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh is all set to add another feather in its cap with a big ticket investment at Pithampur Industrial area near here. German furniture and kitchen fittings and accessories manufacturer Hettich is going to pump in Rs 500 crore in the first phase to set up its first manufacturing plant in India. Construction of the unit is likely to start during the current financial year.

  • Indore: Vidyasagar school girls to participate international aerobics championship

    Indore: Adding another gem to their crown, students of Vidyasagar School have made their place in International Aerobics Championship-2016 by bagging won gold medal in team and individual category in National Sports Aerobics and Fitness Fest held at Shri Krishna Public School, Indore in under-14 category, on Monday.

  • Mumbai: Karachi born Indian man gets stay on deportation

    Mumbai: Terming the case of Asif Karadia, an Indian man who was born in Karachi, (Pakistan) as a ‘unique case,’ the Bombay High Court on Monday stayed his deportation till 16 weeks. The HC stayed the proceedings against him and has asked the Union Government to take a call on his application.

  • Hand over Jiah Khan’s documents to her mother and Pancholi, special court to CBI

    Mumbai: A special women’s court on Monday directed the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) to hand over copies of certain documents and CCTV footages pertaining to the death of actress Jiah Khan, to her mother Rabia Khan as well as actor Sooraj Pancholi. The actor Pancholi has been accused of abetting Jiah’s suicide and is currently facing trial in this case.