Free Press Journal
  • Paytm to continue free uploading of money

    New Delhi: Doing a quick U-turn in about 24 hours, digital payments firm Paytm on Friday suspended the two per cent charge it announced for adding money using credit cards. “We are suspending the two per cent charge on credit cards for adding money to wallet, keeping users’ convenience in mind. We will introduce new features to prevent credit card misuse in adding money,” Paytm said in a blog post here on

  • Bhopal: Seminar on BIS standards for transformers

    BHOPAL: Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and International Copper Association India (ICA India) have taken the initiative to make the managements of power utilities and transformer manufacturers aware of BIS standards.

  • Starc to fly home after stress fracture in foot

    “Mitchell experienced some pain in his right foot during the second Test in Bangalore which unfortunately had not subsided a few days after the Test as we had hoped,” said team physiotherapist David Beakley. (more…)

  • Bhopal: Arrangements for wheat procurement reviewed

    HOSHAGABAD: Faiz Ahmed Kiwai, MD of State Civil Supplies Corporation and director, food Vivek Porwal reviewed the preparations for procurement of wheat at MSP in the division at a meeting at collectorate here on Friday. Kidwai said all arrangements should be made in time. Arrangements for weighing machines and gunny bags and for testing the quality of wheat should be put in place at all the purchase centres. The payment for the

  • ‘Starc’s absence will have huge impact’

    New Delhi : Former Australia captain Michael Clarke feels that fast bowler Mitchell Starc’s absence due to injury will have a huge bearing on the final outcome of the four-Test series against India.

  • Bhopal: ‘Journalists should have positive attitude’

    GWALIOR: A media dialogue was organised by the department of public relations at Morena. Collector Vinod Sharma was chief guest while senior journalists Dev Shrimali, Satyaprakash Sharma, Anand Prasad Shukla and Rajeev Kumar addressed the journalists. Collector Vinod Sharma said the behaviour and working of the journalists should be positive.

  • BCCI brokers peace with CA, withdraws its complaint

    Mumbai : Putting an end to the feud between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA), the Indian board has decided to withdraw its complaint against visiting captain Steve Smith and batsman Peter Handscomb over the Decision Review System (DRS) issue.

  • Fire alarm drama as SA edge ahead

    Dunedin : South Africa shrugged off a ground evacuation because of a fire alarm to reach 38 for one in the first Test against New Zealand on Friday, a lead of five runs.

  • Bhopal: Woman docs play friends to adolescent girls

    SEHORE: To mark International Women’s Day, a health camp was organised jointly by 91.2 FM Radio Awaz and the district hospital on the premises of Dr Ambedkar Bhavan at Bhopal Naka.

  • Aparajith to lead

    New Delhi: Tamil Nadu batsman Baba Aparajith will be leading an India U-23 team in the Asian Cricket Council’s Emerging Cup tournament in Dhaka.

  • Bhopal: Tribal youth learn how to preserve land, water

    UMARIA: Around 100 tribal youth are learning how to protect and preserve land, water and forests through non-violent means at Rijhonjha village of Manpur Janpad at the leadership development camp organised by Ekta Parishad.

  • When Kumble, the left-arm spinner, solved Pujara puzzle

    Ranchi : A legendary former leg-spinner, India coach Anil Kumble went to the extent of bowling left-arm spin to help Cheteshwar Pujara overcome the challenges posed by Steve O’Keefe in the ongoing Test series against Australia.