Free Press Journal
  • T20s will help in improving death bowling – Kohli

    Kolkata : No One Day Internationals before Champions Trophy in June doesn’t concern India skipper Virat Kohli who believes death bowling is an area where his team can improve while playing T20 cricket.

  • MSD’s ‘Special’ Gift to Virat

    New Delhi : As a captain Mahendra Sing Dhoni had a knack of collecting stumps as souvenir till BCCI decided to use the LED stumps invented by Bronte EcKermann but the former skipper ensured a ‘gift’ that will be etched in Virat Kohli’s memory for a long time.

  • Bhopal: Government to secure private sector jobs to 5 lakh in two years

    BHOPAL: In a meeting of Rozgar Nirman Board, headed by the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, it was decided that state government would fetch jobs in the private sector to five lakh persons before the assembly elections due in end-2018. It was also decided that ‘Rozgar Samvad’ will be conducted across the state to generate employment in the private sector.

  • No Saina, Sindu set

    Lucknow : Saina Nehwal’s decision to give it a miss has taken away some sheen but Olympic silver-medallist P V Sindhu will ensure that Syed Modi International is not short of star power when the Grand Prix Gold event gets underway with the qualifiers here today.

  • ROI look for victory

    Mumbai : Wriddhiman Saha struck timely form with an attacking century and also put on a fighting, 203-run unbroken partnership with captain Cheteshwar Pujara to push Rest of India firmly towards the winning target on day four of the Irani Cup game against Gujarat on Monday.

  • DSK to take on Bagan

    Pune : Having done well in their last two matches, DSK Shivajians will host table toppers Mohun Bagan in a I-League fifth round match here today.

  • ‘Confident of defending T20 WC Blind title’

    New Delhi : “We are confident of defending the T20 World Cup Cricket for the Blind title,” said a confident Indian Cricket Team Coach, Patrick Raj Kumar. Practicing at Delhi Tamil Education Association Ground, Lodhi Estate (DTEA) he added that the confidence stems from the fact that we had a long and fruitful practice session which began in Indore on January 4, and ended January 17. The camp is now continuing in Delhi

  • Indore: Young Federation, Challenger Football Club in semis

    Mhow: Two quarter final matches in the ongoing 39th Radheshyam Memorial State Football Tournament were held here on Monday which saw Young Federation and Challenger Football Club entering the semi finals of the tournament.

  • 7 medals for Dias United Club

    Mumbai : Seven students from the Dais United Sports Club had participated at the Eight Maharashtra State Level Football Tennis Championship 2016-17 which was held at Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Solapur. The students won seven medals out of which four medals in gold, one in silver and two medals in bronze in Football and Tennis.

  • Gaurav, Riya champs

    Mumbai : Nagpur’s Gaurav Rege gave a lesson or two to Pune’s Vineet Kamble in controlled aggression as he routed the Pune lad 21-11, 21-8 to bag the men’s title, while Mumbai City’s junior Riya Arolkar ended with a double crown on the concluding day of the DY Patil-Maharashtra State Open badminton tournament, hosted by Badminton Organisation of Raigad at the badminton courts in DY Patil stadium on Sunday.

  • Sskka Bag Three Gold

    Mumbai : Team of Shito Ryu Sports Karate & Kickboxing Association represented Maharashtra in WAKO India Sub Junior & Junior National KickBoxing Championship – 2016-17 held at Talkatora Stadin, New Delhi from 15 to 19th Jan 2017.

  • Rajiv clinches Pro Stock championship

    Chennai : Young Rajiv Sethu of Honda Ten10 Racing clinched the title in the Pro Stock 165cc category after scoring a grand double over the weekend in the fifth and final round of the MRF MMSC Fmsci Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship which concluded at the MMRT track, Sriperumbudur, near here on Sunday.

  • Ujjain: State-level football tournament commences

    Ujjain: A state-level football tournament is being organised by Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) in the memory of Capt Jayendra Singh at Ksheer Sagar stadium on Monday.

  • Ujjain: Subhash Chandra Bose 120th birth anniversary observed

    Ujjain: Central School celebrated the 120th birth anniversary of Subhash Chandra Bose on Monday. Principal AB Pandey informed that a ceremony was organised before the assembly and flowers were offered to the photo of Bose. Various facets of life’s and his participation in freedom movement were also discussed by students and teachers. Annapurna Group celebrated Subhash Chandra Bose’s anniversary by offering flowers and garland at the statue of Bose at Fawwara Chowk.

  • Jallikattu stir takes violent turn in Chennai; TN assembly passes Bill

    Chennai: Violence broke out on Monday in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu as police cracked down on protesters even as the six-day-old ‘Marina uprising” was called off after the state Assembly passed a bill to replace the ordinance allowing the banned jallikattu.

  • Ujjain: ‘Ramcharit Manas’katha by Rajput community

    Ujjain: A narration of ‘Ramcharit Manas’ is being organised by the Rajput Adhyatmik Madal on the premises of social justice department. During the event Mahamandleshwar Sadhwi Hemanand Saraswati addressed the audience and talked about the depth of epics. Ramcharit Manas influence us towards the attainment of righteousness and correctness of behaviour, she said. She also said that it gives her immense joy to see the efforts of Rajput community on different social

  • Ujjain: DLit by Vikram University to Dr Gulnaz Tawar

    Ujjain: Dr Gulnaz Tawar has been awarded the degree of DLit by Vikram University. She presented her research work on ‘Shattari Sufi Tradition’. Her 750 page thesis detailed information on history, philosophy, religion and language. She has also authored five books on Sufism. On her achievement she dedicated the honour to god, all the sufi saints, teachers, parents and friends.