Free Press Journal
  • Celta Vigo face United in Europa League semis

    Madrid : Celta Vigo face one of the biggest nights in their history when they entertain Manchester United in the first leg of their Europa League football semifinal on Thursday.

  • Sreejesh ruled out with injury

    India captain and goalkeeper PR Sreejesh was on Wednesday ruled out of the ongoing Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament due to a knee injury he sustained in the match against defending champions Australia.

  • Indian players improve rankings

    Mumbai : Indian table tennis is on a high as several players across different categories have made significant improvement in the world rankings. There are three Indian players, including Harmeet Desai, feature among the top 100 in the men’s rankings, for May 2017.

  • Indore: Servant held in connection with Rs 3 lakh theft case

    Indore: City crime branch on Wednesday arrested four youths for stealing Rs 3 lakh from the dickey of a trader’s two-wheeler. The main accused was an employee of the trader who planned the theft with the help of three of his aides. The accused has also told the police that he stole the money to pay his debts and to spend in his engagement.

  • Maradona to visit Kolkata for a 2-day trip in September

    Kolkata : Argentine legend Diego Maradona is set to kick off the football carnival in India during his September 18-19 visit, about a month ahead of the City of Joy’s historic date with FIFA U-17 World Cup Final.

  • Indore: Dr Prabhu visits city to inspect preparations

    Indore: President of Indian Orthopaedic Association Dr Ram Prabhu visited city on Wednesday to inspect preparations for the national conference to be held in December. Organising secretary of the association Dr Vinay Tantuve informed that along with Dr Prabhu, honorary secretary of the association Dr Sanjay Jain, treasurer Dr Manish Dhawan, executive Dr Ramesh Pandey and Dr HK T Raja also visited the city for the same pupose. Dr Ram is an expert in

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Legal issues may rise today and need complete attention. You might feel today that you have lost the support of people and may feel alone and depress. Avoid junk food.

  • Indore: Aerobics free summer camp attracts all age group

    Indore: Enriching mind, body and soul through fitness routine and ‘good mood’ sessions, Aerobics club Meghdoot’s 7-day free summer camp is gaining attention from different age groups.

  • Indore: Action against hotels using domestic LPG cylinders

    Pithampur: After tightening noose around land grabbers and quacks in the town, district administration now all set to rein hotels and road side eateries (dhabbas) involved in use of domestic LPG cylinders in the town. On Tuesday, administration team led by sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) Bhavya Mittal on conducted raid at five hotels from sector one to three and seized 22 gas cylinders (domestic) being used at the hotels. As administration began its

  • Indore: College Chale Abhiyan to be launched

    Ratlam: In order to encourage students of remote areas and rural belt of Ratlam district to join higher studies, College Chale Abhiyan will be launched for which a work plan has been prepared in Government Girls College.  A meeting of various higher secondary school principals will be held on May 9 in which work plan will be discussed to encourage students who passed class XII or obtained supplementary to go for higher

  • Indore: Ambachand gram panchayat turns digital

    Mhow: Ambachand gram panchayat in Mhow tehsil was declared first digital gram panchayat in tehsil on Tuesday. With this, Ambachand GP becomes the member of 100 gram panchayats across the country which earned this title. SDM Pratul Sinha, tehsildar Tapish Pandey and janpad panchayat CEO Kanchan Dongre made an announcement in a simple programme organised here on Tuesday.

  • Indore: Bajarang Sena activists burn Pakistani flag

    Dewas: The activists of Bajarang Sena allegedly burnt a Pakistani flag here at Dewas to protest against attacks on security forces in Kashmir and mutilation of two Indian soldiers in Poonch’s Krishna Ghati area.

  • Indore: BJP district working committee meet held

    Dewas: The district working committee meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party was held here at the BJP office on Tuesday. The meeting was led by organisation district in-charge Arun Bhimavad and Gopikrishna Vyas and was hosted by district general secretary Phoolsingh Chawda.

  • Indore: Farewell to orthopaedic surgeon

    Dewas: ‘As much as medical work is the means of our livelihood, more than that this work is true service to humanity’. These thoughts were expressed by the retired orthopaedic specialist Dr Yogesh Vaminbe during the farewell program organised at MG district hospital. Chief guests of the programme CMO Dr SK Saxena, RMO Dr S Gausar and Dr RK Sharma felicitated Dr Valimbe with a shawl, quince and a memento. On this

  • Ujjain: Healing therapies during chemo yields better response says Research

    Ujjain: In a research published in the International Journal of Development Research recently, it was observed that healing practices and spiritual counselling during the course of chemotherapy as part of palliative care for minimizing side effects of chemo, enhances the quality of life of patients in long run.

  • IPL 2017: Pune ride on Rahul Tripathi’s fireworks to defeat KKR by four wickets

    Kolkata, Rising Pune Supergiant rode on little-known Rahul Tripathi’s career-best 93 of 52 balls to win, by four wickets, an Indian Premier League (IPL) engagement against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Eden Gardens on Wednesday and take giant strides towards the playoffs.

  • Ujjain: Tribal art painting exhibition in city

    Ujjain: An exhibition of solo paintings by Mukesh Bijole will be organised from May 5 to May 7 at Kalaveethika Clubfankar, Rajaswa colony. Bijole is known to depict tribal life through his paintings. The director of Clubfankar, Vasu Gupta stated that paintings which have been exhibited at Jahangeer Art Gallery Mumbai, are also being exhibited here. He said the inauguration of the exhibition will be held on May 5 at 5pm and

  • Ujjain: Car stolen from Bengali colony

    Ujjain: A car was reportedly stolen from Bengali Colony on Tuesday night.  According to details available, the car belonged to Satyajeet, a resident of the colony.  Neelganga police authorities are closely examining CCTV footages got from a recording just outside the victim’s residence. The police have registered an FIR against the criminals under Section 379 of the IPC.