Free Press Journal
  • Nicholls scripts NZ recovery

    Wellington : A maiden Test century by Henry Nicholls hauled New Zealand back into the second Test before South Africa suffered lost two quick wickets on day one here.

  • Resignation nothing to do with BCCI functioning: Manohar

    New Delhi : A day after stepping down as independent chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC), Shashank Manohar on Thursday said his resignation had nothing to do with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as speculated in various sections of media.

  • Federer dominates Nadal, Djoko loses at Indian Wells

    Indian Wells : Roger Federer defeated Rafael Nadal 6-2 6-3 at the BNP Paribas Open in a fourth-round match that saw the longtime rivals meeting much earlier in a tournament than usual.

  • Monaco, Bakayoko deliver City KO blow

    Monaco : Tiemoue Bakayoko’s superb header fired Monaco into the Champions League quarter-finals as 3-1 victory condemned Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City to a painful exit on away goals.

  • Indore: BA girl student commits suicide

    Indore: A BA girl student committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling at her residence under Hira Nagar police station jurisdiction here on Thursday. No suicide note was recovered from the spot so the reason for taking extreme step is not established yet. According to police, the deceased has been identified as Sonam Chaurasiya, 17, a resident of Bhagwati Nagar area of the city.

  • Oblak stars for Atletico

    Madrid : Atletico Madrid booked their place in the Champions League quarter-finals for a fourth consecutive season but had goalkeeper Jan Oblak to thank for avoiding defeat in a 0-0 draw with Bayer Leverkusen.

  • Ronaldinho: Neymar now equals Messi, Ronaldo

    Dubai : Neymar is ready to assume the mantle of the world’s best player and is now the equal of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Brazil great Ronaldinho.

  • H S Prannoy enters Swiss quarterfinals

    Basel (Switzerland) : Defending champion H S Prannoy eked out a thrilling win over China’s Qiao Bin to advance to the quarterfinals of the USD 120,000 Swiss Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament, here.

  • Tamil Nadu eases into Vijay Hazare final

    New Delhi : Tamil Nadu are well on course for a record fifth Vijay Hazare Trophy after the Southern side scored a convincing six-wicket win over Baroda in the first semi-final of the domestic ODI tournament at the Feroze Shah Kotla stadium, here on Thursday.

  • Indore: Chief secretary, DGP visit Turnal village

    Dewas: State chief secretary Basant Pratap Singh and director general of police (DGP) RK Shukla on Wednesday visited Turnal village. Singh and Shukla visited the village to inspect ongoing arrangements for the welcome of Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on March 19.

  • Shinrai Toyota crowned RCF T20 champs

    Mumbai : A spirited Shinrai Toyota team defeated Central Railway (CR) by three wickets in a low-scoring final to be crowned champions of the RCF Corporate T20 tournament for the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Cup played at the RCF sports club. Electing to bat first, CR scored 133 for the loss of nine wickets. CR’s opening batsman, Pravin Deshetti top-scored with a steady knock of 46 in 44 balls. Toyota’s three left-arm spinners, Jaishal

  • Indore: Government school annual convocation held

    Dewas: An annual convocation ceremony was organised at Government Secondary School near Awas colony where ward councillor Vinay Sangte addressed the students. Emphasising on importance of girls education for society, Sangte said, “it is very important for development of our country.” The chief guest of the farewell and convocation programme of class 8th students was principal of Government Secondary School Mahakal Colony.

  • Indore: Gayatri Pariwar’s thrust on de-addiction

    Dewas: Under the saptkranti movement of All-India Gayatri Pariwar, Shantikunj Haridwar a de-addiction camp is being organised across the country. Under this, an oath to stop drug addiction was administered to youngsters belongs to slum locality of Ravidas Nagar by youth cell of Gayatri Shaktipeeth, Dewas.

  • Indore: Land dispute claims one life, another injured

    Mhow: A security guard was killed and another was injured after an accused shot at them over land dispute here at Harniyakheri situated Emerald Green Colony under Kishanganj police station jurisdiction.

  • Ujjain: Social worker Lalita Baheti passes away

    Ujjain: Social worker Lalita Baheti, 75, passed away on Thursday. She had held several important posts of Maheshwari Mahila Mandal. She was mother of journalist Pushkar Baheti. Her funeral procession began at 3 pm from her residence. ‘Uthawana will be held at her residence at 90, Vidya Nagar on Saturday at 4 pm.

  • Ujjain: Western Railway Employees Union stage demonstration

    Ujjain: Western Railway Employees Union (WREU) Ujjain unit, staged a protest on Thursday on the call of All India Railway Men’s Federation and Western Railway Employees Union under the leadership of local unit secretary, SS Sharma. A protest march was organised against the anti employees’ policies of the Union Government. Employees raised slogans against the government and railway administration.  Ravindra Kumar Upadyay, SK Pathak, Santosh Supekar, Pankaj Saxena and Pintu Das were

  • Ujjain: Breakthrough in vehicle thefts

    Ujjain: The police have finally made a breakthrough in the spate of vehicle thefts in the city that left the police and residents baffled. The police had launched a massive search during which the Jiwajiganj police station arrested a youth and investigated him. The police arrested the accused and recovered 17 two wheelers from the youth and his allies worth Rs 5, 50, 000.