Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Fire breaks out at trenching ground, IMC’s claim exposed

    Indore: A major fire broke out at trenching ground in Devgurdia area late on Monday evening laying baring Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC)’s claim that it had made adequate arrangements to check fire incidents at the facility. Though the exact source of fire was not known but the municipal corporation claimed that flames may have erupted if somebody had thrown some burning material on the heaps of garbage.

  • Can succeed in T20 without looking agricultural, says Amla

    Amla, a Test-mould player, mostly stuck to traditional cricketing shots to score the ton against KKR on Sunday. This was his second century for KXIP this season, the previous one being against Mumbai Indians.

  • Indore: State’s first smart police station to be established at Chhatripura

    Indore: The state’s first smart police station, which will be a state-of-art-facility, will come up at Chhatripura in the city. It would be developed at the outlay of Rs 1.35 crore. “Chhatripura police station is coming in the area which is to be developed under Smart city project. So, we decided to make this police station also a smart station,” Mayor Malini Gaud said.

  • Murray, Serena hold No. 1

    Madrid : Britain’s Andy Murray continued to lead the men’s Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world singles rankings released on Monday.

  • Kante voted Footballer of the Year

    London : Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante edged out his teammate Eden Hazard to be voted the Footballer of the Year by the Football Writers’ Association.

  • Indore: Outsourcing CET sans tender process puts DAVV’s move in limbo

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV)’s move to outsource its common entrance test (CET) to MPOnline seems to have backfired as the contract was decided “in haste” without carrying out tender process. This issue was raised during finance committee meeting of the DAVV held last week after which the university has sought to know from the State government whether it can directly rope in MPOnline in the task of holding CET.

  • ‘Winning Europa League is top priority now’

    London : After Manchester United’s top-four hopes were over with a 0-2 defeat against Arsenal in English Premier League, United’s head coach Jose Mourinho said his side have to chase the Champions League by winning the Europa League now.

  • Amalraj goes down fighting in Brazil final

    New Delhi : Anthony Amalraj entered the men’s singles final of an ITTF event for the second successive week, only to lose in the title clash of the Brazil Open.

  • Indore: Women driver of garbage vehicle honoured

    Indore: For making strong contribution in the city’s getting first rank in cleanliness in the country, residents of Rajendra Nagar falicited members associated with the drive. Resident of the area Prakash Vyavhare and others felicitated a women driver of garbage carrying vehicle Savitri Vishwakarma. They organised a tea party in honour of Savitri and her team members just as a a token of gratitude to their hard work that made the city

  • Maradona named Al-Fujairah’s coach

    Buenos Aires : Argentina football legend Diego Maradona has been named the coach of United Arab Emirates outfit Al-Fujairah.

  • Sheldon nets winner for Marouli United

    Mumbai : Sheldon D’Mello netted the lone winning goal as Marouli United FC got the better of O’Sheish FA in a Third Division (play-off) match of the MDFA Leagues 2016-2017 and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel.

  • FIFA finances ‘extremely solid’ – Infantino

    Manama : FIFA president Gianni Infantino has claimed that the finances of football’s governing body were “extremely solid”, despite it posting a $369 million loss earlier this year.

  • Ligue 1: Nice fall to Marseille, Lyon 4th

    Paris : Nice lost their chance for a shot at the Ligue 1 title after losing 1-2 to Marseille, while Lyon scored a 3-2 narrow win against Nantes at home for the fourth spot.

  • Tyson Fury claims fight with Joshua set for April ’18

    London : Tyson Fury has claimed that London’s Wembley Stadium has already been booked for a heavyweight super-fight between himself and fellow Briton Anthony Joshua in April next year.

  • Indore: Career awareness prog helps students follow their stream of choice

    Indore: Bringing to light professions that are less known about, Almighty Welfare Society organised ‘Career Awareness Programme’ for students and parents who are not financially stable. The event was organised at their library in the morning hours.

  • IPL 2017: Hyderabad crush Mumbai to boost play-offs chances

    Hyderabad, Defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad strengthened their hold on the fourth and final play-offs spot of the Indian Premier League (IPL) as they thumped top-placed Mumbai Indians by seven wickets at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium here on Monday.

  • Indore: Drizzle, gusty winds bring relief from scorching heat

    Indore: Light rain accompanied by gusty winds provided much-needed relief from intense heat and humidity to the residents of city on Monday evening. Weatherman called it pre-monsoon showers. Throughout the day it was humid atmosphere as temperature continued to increase.

  • Indore: Over 700 industrial units in Pithampur may be hit by new proposal

    Indore: It is being widely publicised that Goods and Service Tax (GST) would help  ease of doing business, but administrative changes are going to be  a pain in the neck for the industrial units operating out of Pithampur Industrial Area (PIA). GST commissionerate of PIA is proposed to be shifted under Ujjain jurisdiction from the present Indore jurisdiction. The proposal might affect over 750 units of the area as industrialists say this