Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Criminals planning murder nabbed with knives

    Indore: Crime branch on Tuesday arrested two miscreants from Banganga area who were reportedly planning a murder. Police also recovered two knives from their possession. A case has been registered against the duo by Banganga police.

  • Take steps to stop on-field chatter: Chappell

    Melbourne : The legendary Ian Chappell feels Australia is in “no position to throw stones” at India as far as sledging is concerned but administrators should step in to curb on-field aggression before it escalates beyond control.

  • Indore: Married woman raped by relative

    Indore: A married woman was raped by her relative residing in the neighbourhood in broad daylight and threatened the woman of defaming her. However, the woman did not succumb to his warning. She informed the incident to her husband and later lodged a complaint with the police.

  • Test recall came faster, says Cummins

    Cummins stands a good chance of playing his first game in more than five years, having been drafted into the side as injured Mitchell Starc’s replacement. (more…)

  • Indore: Advances in herbal medication discussed at IIP seminar

    Indore: Indore Institute of Pharmacy organised a seminar on ‘Recent Advances in Herbal Medication’ in collaboration with MP Council of Science and Technology on Tuesday. The seminar was aimed to provide extensive knowledge on current advances in extraction and isolation of phytotherapeutic agents and preparation of standardised herbal formulations.

  • Clarke happy India-Oz resolved DRS controversy

    Kolkata : Former Australia captain Michael Clarke on Tuesday hailed the joint decision of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA) to resolve the Decision Review System (DRS) controversy, saying it is for the greater good of the game that the difference are put to bed.

  • Now, fast bowler Irfan also suspended for spot-fixing

    Karachi : Pacer Muhammad Irfan was on Tuesday suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board for being in touch with a suspected bookmaker, making him the third player to be charged in the ongoing probe of alleged corruption in the Pakistan Super League.

  • Indore: No action against quacks even after constituting teams

    Indore: Indian Medical Association-Indore Branch’s campaign against quacks started yielding results as district collector P Narahari has constituted a team comprising administrative officials, health officials and police to act against those playing with patient life.

  • Dravid unlikely to coach India U-23

    New Delhi : India A and U-19 coach Rahul Dravid will not be in charge of the U-23 squad that will be taking part in the Asian Cricket Council’s Emerging Trophy scheduled to be held in Bangladesh from March 25 to April 5.

  • Pak batsman Babar Azam wants to emulate Virat

    The 22-year old has an impressive average of 53 in 23 one-dayers with four centuries and a batting average 116 in four T20 internationals besides the experience of playing four Tests.
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  • Chelsea beat ManU in FA Cup quarters

    London : Chelsea defeated FA Cup holders Manchester United 1-0 to claim a spot in the semi-finals of the English competition.

  • Indore: Pregnant woman stabbed by hubby

    Indore: A pregnant woman was stabbed and injured by her husband following an argument between them in Raoji Bazaar area here on Monday. Police said that Ishika was taken to MY hospital after she received stab injury on her abdomen. She alleged that her husband Rahul stabbed and injured her with a sharp edge weapon.

  • Mahinder may be first Pak Sikh to play league cricket

    Karachi : Mahinder Pal Singh on Tuesday became one of the very few Sikh cricketers to play in Pakistan’s domestic competitions as he turned out for Candyland team in a Patrons Trophy Grade-2 tournament.

  • Indore: Solve mock papers before exam to know your preparation level

    Indore: With upcoming examination, it is best to practice solving mock papers before examination instead of cramming up data. In light of the suggestion, teacher Seema Asthana has prepared the following mock paper for students to practice Business Studies before examination.

  • Coach Mourinho lashes out at referee Oliver

    Manchester : Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho lashed out at referee Michael Oliver, claiming the 32-year-old official has cost his team four times this season following the red card shown to Ander Herrera during the FA Cup quarter-final.

  • Under pressure, Maharshtra Finance Minister looks to Centre for waiver for farmers

    Mumbai: Ahead of Sena’s strategy to stall business of the Assembly on farmers loan waiver issue on Wednesday, state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar on Tuesday indicated that Centre should announce a loan waiver scheme for farmers for pan India and not only for Uttar Pradesh (UP). Maharashtra will get benefit of the scheme, he said, while speaking to a regional news channel.

  • Wawrinka cruises into fourth round

    Indian Wells : Third-seeded Stan Wawrinka continued his dominance of Philipp Kohlschreiber, rolling past the German 7-5 6-3 to reach the fourth round of the ATP Indian Wells Masters. Wawrinka recorded his fifth victory over Kohlschreiber in as many meetings in a performance that left him cautiously encouraged about his prospects of making it past the quarter-finals in the California desert for the first time.