Free Press Journal
  • Indore: 2 commit suicide in separate areas

    Indore: In separate incidents, two persons committed suicide by hanging themselves at their residences on Tuesday. The police have started investigations to know the reason of their suicide.

  • Supergiants look to start on winning note

    Pune : With a new captain in place, Rising Pune Supergiants would look to make amends for a poor last season but have a tough opening battle at hand against two-time former champions Mumbai Indians here today.

  • Indore: Miscreant tries to molest nurse in hospital

    Indore: A notorious miscreant attempted to molest a nurse, while she was sleeping near a counter of a private hospital towards the end of her night duty on Wednesday. When the nurse shouted, the miscreant fled the spot.

  • Indore: Youth killed in accident near MR-11 Road

    Indore: A youth died in a road mishap near MR-11 Road, in-front of Omax City here on Tuesday night. According to information, the youth was escaping with a stolen motorcycle, when he collided with a stone on the road and the bike overturned on him.

  • Ibrahimovic saves ManU

    London : Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked his return from suspension with a 94th-minute penalty to earn Manchester United a 1-1 draw against Everton at Old Trafford. A deliberate handball by Ashley Williams, who was sent off, allowed Ibrahimovic to cancel out Phil Jagielka’s opener and extend United’s unbeaten run in the Premier League to 20 matches.

  • Sindhu, Saina knocked out in Round 1

    Kuching (Malaysia) : India’s top shuttlers PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal on Wednesday suffered shocking first-round exits from the Malaysia Open Super Series here.

  • Indore: Imparity, dexterity workshop organised

    Indore: A one-day workshop was organised by the computer science department of Shree Vaishnav Institute of Management Studies for the previous semester student of BSc, BCA, and MCA. The main objective of workshop, which was conducted in three sessions, was to prepare student for campus recruitments and competitive examinations. The workshop includes sessions on aptitude calculus and reasoning. The programme was conducted by DR Jayesh Tiwari

  • Atletico Madrid win 1-0 over Real Sociedad

    Madrid : Atletico Madrid took another step toward securing a spot in the Champions League next season by defeating Real Sociedad 1-0 for its fifth win in a row in the Spanish league.

  • Mumbai cries out for cash as ATMs run dry

    Mumbai: The new financial year has just begun, it’s been more than five months since demonetisation, but there’s still not enough money at most Mumbai ATMs. What’s more, banks are not risking putting up boards saying there’s no cash for fear of public ire.

  • RBI likely to hold policy rate

    Experts view that RBI will announce some measures, including standing deposit facility (SDF) to absorb more tional liquidity in the system following demonetisation (more…)

  • Paes begins training

    Bengaluru : Amid continuing suspense over India’s doubles combination, veteran Leander Paes on Wednesday began training for the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tie against Uzbekistan, starting on Friday.

  • Mumbai: Students face delay in marksheets due to change of title

    Mumbai: Students have been standing in long queues at Mumbai University for their marksheets due to the change in the mention of the ‘Controller of Examination’ printed on the right bottom corner of their mark sheets. From March 1, 2017 ‘Controller of Examination’ was changed to ‘Director of Examination and Evaluation’ and this has led to delay in printing of over 1 lakh mark sheets.

  • Bhopal: Unsure of victory, top BJP men descend on Ater

    BHOPAL: Winning the Ater assembly by-polls has become a challenge for the BJP. The party feels that it will sail through in Bandhavgarh easily but Ater would be a hard nut to crack. Top party leaders have decided to stay put in Ater till the end of campaigning. Home minister Bhupendra Singh is leading the BJP poll effort in Bandhavgarh.

  • Team India fourth in ICC’s ODI chart

    Dubai : India held on to the number four position in the latest ICC ODI rankings despite not playing the 50-over format for more than two months.

  • Anshuman, Abhishek, Avinash, Aditya champs

    Mumbai : The top seeds lived up to their reputations as Anshuman Jaising, Avinash Yadav, Abhishek Agarwal and Aditya Maheshwari emerged champions, in the GSC-Syska Open Squash Tournament, organised by Indian Squash Professionals, at the Goregaon Sports Club.

  • Shawn, Bhaktiyar shine in Bombay Gym’s win

    Mumbai : A half-century by opener Shawn Almeida and an unbeaten 44 by Bhaktiyar Irani helped Bombay Gymkhana beat Muslim Sports Club in the second round of the 68th Salar Jung Community Invitation T20 Cricket Tournament, organized by Islam Gymkhana.

  • Indore: Mock question paper of Economics

    Indore: The best way to practice before examination is by attempting mock question papers, as it helps us clear our doubts and check our weaknesses. Sharing some essential tips for Economics paper and mock question paper, teacher Rashmi Panwar explained the importance of preparing with practise.

  • Mumbai: Water transport system to be completed in three years

    Mumbai: Aiming to benefit from the central government’s decision to declare Mumbai waterway as National Waterway number 53, the state government is planning to begin water transport in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).