Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Free treatment to serious patients says Sartaj Singh

    SEONI MALWA: All the sixty patients suffering from serious ailments would be provided treatment free of cost. This was announced by former minister Sartaj Singh at the ‘Samadhan Camp’ of health and power departments here on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Teenage boy tied to pole, thrashed for eve-teasing

    Badnawar: Anger over alleged eve-teasing and molestation, a 16-year-old boy was tied to a pole and thrashed in public view at Karoda village, 12-km from Badnawar tehsil in Dhar district on Friday, police said.

  • Neymar out of Messi’s shadow

    Barcelona : For a victory “defined by faith” according to Barcelona boss Luis Enrique, the Catalans rose from the dead inspired by the man who never stopped believing. “As long as there’s a one percent chance, we’ll have 99 percent faith,” said Neymar before a ball had been kicked in Barca’s stunning revival from a 4-0 first leg deficit to beat Paris Saint-Germain 6-1. A few hours, two goals and a vital 95th

  • Indore: IMC team seals school office for property tax evasion

    Indore: Residents of Khan Bahadur Compound created ruckus when a team of Indore Municipal Corporation reached there for property tax recovery on Friday. Later, police also reached there and pacified them.

  • Supporters angry over PSG’s poor show

    Thiago was stopped. His wife was by his side and supporters were beating on the roof and the sides of the car. He wanted to get out of there as quickly as possible. He moved forward but did not feel like he ran the fan over. If he did hit someone, we are sorry but it has not been proven”
    – Alessandro Canovi Thiago’s agent
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  • Inter-Corporate TT starts today

    Mumbai : The 4th edition of the 11even Sports Inter-Corporate Table Tennis Tournament, promoted by NSportz will be conducted at Khar Gymkhana over this weekend. Over 100 participants will be competing across the various categories and try to emerge as the Corporate Super Champions.

  • Bhopal: Eco-tourism fest begins at Dholawad

    RATLAM: Two-day long eco tourism festival commenced amid fanfare here at Dholawad on the back water of Dholawad dam in MP’s Ratlam district on Friday. Ratlam Paryatan Vikas Parishad and Eco Paryatan Vikas Samiti Dholawad have jointly organised the festival. Two day festival includes water sports, adventure activities and cultural programmes.

  • Maternity leave not at the cost of jobs

    Women working in the organised sector have reason to be happy over the increase in the term of paid maternity leave from the existing12 weeks to a high 26 weeks under a law passed by Parliament on Thursday. That the revised maternity benefit will be a boon for 1.8 million women and will apply to all establishments employing 10 or more people shows that for once the benefit would be real and not an

  • Indore: Missing married woman found murdered in a room near bypass

    Indore: Decomposed body of a 19-year-old married woman, who was missing for five days, was found murdered in a room near bypass road under Khajrana police station jurisdiction late on Thursday night. Police were clueless about the killer till late Friday night.

  • Djokovic to turn on the heat in desert

    Indian Wells (United States) : Five-time champion Novak Djokovic will be out to reassert his dominance on the hard courts of Indian Wells this week, seeking to shake off the slump that has dogged him into 2017.

  • Sania-Strycova in second round

    Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic eased into the second round of the BNP Paribas Open after defeating German-Latvian duo of Julia Goerges and Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 6-4 here.

  • Apex Court in a spot over Justice Karnan’s defiance

    It is unfortunate indeed that a person of the level of a judge of the Calcutta High Court is defying the country’s deeply-respected Supreme Court in a brazen and highhanded manner. The majesty of the apex court is beyond parallel and no one can be allowed to play with it and mock it. That in an unprecedented order a seven-judge bench of the apex court headed by no less than Chief Justice C.S. Khehar

  • Bopanna to face Djoko

    Rohan Bopanna is set for a clash with Novak Djokovic while veteran Leander Paes has combined forces with Juan Martin Del Potro for the ATP Indian Wells Masters event, here.

  • City Walk emerge champions

    Mumbai : City Walk Team stole the thunder by emerging champions in the Dena Bank MG&G Area Cup (4 Goals) Polo Tournament. In an intense and absorbing contest, City Walk did well to sideline V. Polo Team by a tight 7-6 margin in the grand finale of the event organized by the Amateur Riders’ Club (ARC) as part of the 70th Annual Horse Show & Polo Tournaments – 2017, at played the ARC

  • Harmehr Mago wins

    Mumbai : Khar Gymkhana’s Harmehr Mago showed great character and a strong spirit to fight as he came from 0-2 behind to prevail over home favourite V. Subramanian 3-2 in five frames in the Matunga Gymkhana 9-Red Open Handicap Snooker Tournament.

  • SGSITS techno cultural festival begins in Indore

    Indore: Aayaam 2017, a two-day techno cultural fest of Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS), got off to a flying start on Thursday.

  • Dontul stuns world champ

    Mumbai : Veteran Satyanarayan Dontul of Bombay Andhra Mahasabha shocked recently crowned world champion Prashant More of Reserve Bank of India in a 2-1 thriller to storm into the third round of the Bombay YMCA 4th Mumbai District Ranking Carrom Tournament, at the Procter YMCA, Agripada.

  • Why tie our boat to the sinking US ship?

    The Trump Presidency in the United States could be good or bad for us depending upon the policies we adopt. Trump signals a retreat from globalisation. He intends to impose higher import duties on goods entering the US so that companies manufacture these in America leading to the creation of jobs. Specifically he has warned automakers to shift their manufacturing facilities from Mexico back to the US. The increase in import duties means that