Free Press Journal
  • Pro Boxing Championship to be held in India

    New Delhi : Continuing the professional boxing boom in India, the first ever Pro Boxing India Championship will be held in association with the Asian Boxing Council later this year.

  • Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is ready for talks, but Opposition snubs

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Cooperation Minister Chandrakant Patil on Wednesday informed the Legislative Council that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was ready to discuss the issue of farm loan waiver, but the opposition members demanded that government immediately announce the decision.

  • Another ist: Dhoni makes fan happy, signs autograph while batting

    New Delhi : There’s always a first for everything and no wonder Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be remembered as the first among equals signing an autograph for a crazy fan while he was out there batting for Jharkhand in the Vijay Hazare Trophy quarter-final against Vidarbha.

  • Indore: 3 injured as trucks collide at Radisson Square

    Indore: Three persons were critically injured when an onion-laden truck collided with another truck and turned turtle on Radisson Square on Wednesday. According to police the accident took place around 4 am creating a traffic blockade on the busy Ring Road. The injured were identified as Aashiq of Maksi, Sameer of Ujjain and one Mann Singh. They were sent to MY hospital. Aashiq said that they were going to Ujjain from Nimrani

  • Indore: Christian Eminent College organises book exhibition

    Indore: A two-day book exhibition was organised by Christian Eminent College. Organised jointly by college library, library committee and IQAC, the exhibition was inaugurated by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya central library retired regional librarian Dr G D Agrawal. The exhibition, sponsored by New Jain Book Stall, showcased books selected by various department heads and teachers.

  • Karnatak SC hold Satya Vijaya 1-1

    Mumbai : Roger Sam scored a late equalizer which enable Karnatak SC share honours with Satya Vijaya SC in a 1-1 in a play-off league match of the 21st Late Shri Ramanath Payyade Memorial Football League Tournament 2016 -2017, conducted by the Karnatak Sporting Association and played at the KSA ground, Cross Maidan.

  • Customs pay the penalty, go down to ONGC1-2

    Mumbai : Mumbai Customs paid dearly for a missed penalty and went down fighting 1-2 to Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) in an Elite Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association League 2016-2017, and played at the Cooperage ground on Wednesday.

  • Maharashtra assembly both the Lower and Upper Houses blocked

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra assembly on Wednesday witnessed pandemonium by the opposition parties in both the Lower and Upper Houses in second consecutive week of the Budget session. The Shiv Sena too has joined the Congress and Nationalist  Congress Party (NCP) over the loan waiver for farmers.

  • Bhopal: BJP, Congress name candidates for Ater, Bandhavgarh

    Bhopal: Both the Congress and the BJP named their candidates for Ater and Bandhavgarh by-elections, on Wednesday. The Ater seat fell vacant due to untimely death of MLA and LOP Satyadev Katare while Bandhavgarh seat fell vacant as sitting MLA and minister Gyan Singh got elected to the Lok Sabha from Shadole.

  • Indore: New survey to be carried out for Mhow-Khandwa rail line

    Mhow: A new survey will be carried out for proposed broad gauge rail line in rural areas from Maledi to Badijam villages. The Western Railway has asked district forest department to count trees in 15 km area of these villages.

  • Indore: Holi celebrated with gusto

    Mhow: The festival of Holi was celebrated in the city with a great enthusiasm and gusto. Business organisations celebrated Holi by distributing thandai. People in Pithampur also celebrated Holi with great exuberance by smearing gulal and colors on each other. Students of various schools spread awareness about water conservation and playing an eco-friendly Holi.