Free Press Journal
  • I had faith in my bowlers during death overs: Rohit Sharma

    Hyderabad: His bowlers pulled off an incredible win under pressure and Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma said that he always had faith in his pacers to deliver in crunch situation. Rising Pune Supergiant were on course to win the title but the MI pace trio of Lasith Malinga, Jasprit Bumrah and Mitchell Johnson choked the rivals to script a thrilling win.

  • Bhopal: 6 killed, 35 injured as bus falls into gorge in Dindori

    Bhopal: At least six persons were killed and 35 others injured when a speeding bus overturned and fell into a gorge at Jogi-Tikaria slope in Dindori district in the wee hours of Sunday. Doctors attending on the injured described the condition of seven as critical. The bus driver is on the run. Superintendent of police Simila Prasad said that a bus, belonging to a private operator, was on its way to Amarkantak

  • Love Ka Hai Intezaar: Keith Sequeira the complete man…

    Speaking exclusively to NIKITA WADHAWAN, Keith Sequeira reveals more about his role in Love Ka Hai Intezaar, his chemistry  with co-actor Sanjeeda Sheikh and his marriage plans with Rochelle Rao

  • Bhopal: Do counsellors too need counsel?

    Bhopal: Professional counsellors help us deal with our stress, get out of depression and go about our normal life. But how do these human pick-me-ups keep themselves stress-free? How do the stress busters, bust their own stress? Counsellors have an important role to play in these stressful times. People of all age-groups routinely take their help, whether they are children, students, adults or the elderly. When facing a dilemma or some psychological

  • Indore: Devi Ahilya’s birth anniversary celebrated with fervour

    Indore: Devi Shree Ahilya Janmotsav Samiti celebrated Ahilya Bai Holkar’s 292nd birth anniversary on Sunday at Maharaja Yashwant Rao School situated in Usha Nagar on Sunday. The committee organised a number of competitions like drawing, fancy dress, hymns recitation and essay writing. The programme commenced with floral tribute to Devi Ahilya by president Manvendra Trivedi and vice-president Yogendranath Shukla. Judges Vipin Matkar, Rupali Dubey, Sanjay Ayacheet and Pradeep Gaode selected

  • Cannes 2017 Day 4: Fashion queen Sonam Kapoor rules red carpet

    She had, in an earlier interview, said that she did not prepare much for the Cannes Film Festival owing to her busy schedule, but her appearance on the red carpet of the French Riviera largely discredited her claim.

  • Indore: Action demanded against sanitation worker

    Indore: Female members of Vama Club on Friday met Mhow Cantonment Board (MCB) chief executive officer Robine Balecha and demanded action against the sanitation worker who misbehaved with cantonment board vice-president Rachana Vijayvergiya. Earlier, sanitation worker Prakash Pandit who drives water tanker allegedly misbehaved with board vice-president over tanker issue recently. The vice-president lodged her complaint with Mhow police and a case was registered against Pandit under relevant sections.

  • Indore: Fed up with taking care, teen kills differently abled minor brother

    Indore: City police solved the mystery of sudden disappearance of a differently abled minor boy, who had been reportedly missing since May 10 and arrested a minor for his involvement in the case on Saturday. In a twist to the story, police ended up in finding the missing report was in fact false and the boy was rather killed by his cousin brother in Khategaon. According to police, the accused

  • Indore: Sailani Tapu Newly built water sports destination all set to entice enthusiasts

    Indore: A good news for nature and water sports lover. MP State Tourism Development Corporation (MPSTDC) is all set to throw open the all new tourist destination ‘Sailani Tapu’ for public on Wednesday on the occasion of World Tourism Day that falls on May 24. MPSTDC has been continuously striving to develop new nature tourist spots on either side of Narmada river and thus developed this new tourist destination on

  • High time separatists pay for their sins

    It is strange why it has taken so long for the intelligence in Kashmir to unravel how key members of the Kashmiri separatist group Hurriyat have been receiving funds from Pakistani sources such as Lashkar-e-Tayyeba’s notorious leader Hafiz Saeed to foment violence in the Jammu and Kashmir region. Suffice it to say that better late than never that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has found, albeit through a TV news channel, recorded

  • Towards a new small arms production policy

    It is shocking that it has taken the Indian establishment decades to realize that by being forced to import 65 per cent if its military requirement it can be strategically choked by foreign powers at any time. The Narendra Modi government’s decision to involve the private sector to produce cutting-edge weapon systems in collaboration with armament majors abroad through joint ventures is a worthy move which should have come years ago. The

  • Indore: PIMR students party hard, cry harder to say goodbye to college days

    Indore: Aspiring to begin a new chapter by entering into professional life, post-graduate students of Management of Prestige Institute of Management and Research celebrated their graduation in a farewell party organised by their juniors on the college campus, late on Saturday night. With million memories of college days and bunch of enthusiastic friends, students partied hard to bid goodbye in style. And in the end, cried hard as well while parting with

  • Some thorny issues on ‘game changer’ GST

    THE success of the GST depends also on the backbone of technological infrastructure and critically on the Goods and Services Tax Network, or the GSTN, which is an entirely IT-based system. A separate GSTN company has been formed.  GSTN has selected 34 IT, IT-enabled services and financial technology companies, the so-called GST Suvidha Providers (GSPs), who would develop applications for taxpayers interacting with the GSTN.

  • IPL 2017 final: Mumbai Indians beat Pune Supergiant by one run in thriller

    Hyderabad: In a game which brought cricket fans across the world on the edge of their seats, Mumbai Indians defeated Rising Pune Supergiant by just one run to lift the coveted IPL Season 10 Trophy in a low-scoring final here on Sunday evening.

  • IPL 2017 Final MI vs RPS: Highlights, photos and reactions

    On Sunday, Mumbai Indians beat Pune Supergiant by just one run to lift the coveted IPL Season 10 Trophy in a low-scoring final. The game brought cricket fans across the world on the edge of their seats.

  • Fate of Kulbhushan still hangs in balance

    THE Pakistani counsel, Barrister Khawar Qureshi, told the ICJ that, in any case under Pakistani law, no execution could be carried out till the end of August. So whether Jadhav’s life is safe till the end of August because of the ICJ ‘stay’ or because of the provisions of Pakistani law remains a matter of personal speculation.  However, this seems to be an after-thought and a face-saving statement, as during the argument

  • Indore: Students await date of DET, DAVV awaits higher education panel nod to announce

    Indore: Do you have any idea about the dates of doctoral entrance test (DET)? This is one simple question PhD aspirants have been asking to whoever relevant they come across– from friends, batch mates to the top brass of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), for the past one-and-a-half-year, but in vain. “Every time I visit the university to know the date of DET, I am told that notification for the same

  • Margaret Ann Lembo

    Fulfilling Life— ​Margaret Ann Lembo

    It is time to bring our awareness to what is right in front of us. We must become conscious and aware and truly observe ourselves within the life we are living. Remember that we create our own reality. If we are unconscious, then our reality can be other than what we want to become manifest. We may, for example, say that we want to have prosperity in our lives or that special

  • Mumbai: Man held for stalking journalist in Goregaon

    Mumbai: The Goregaon police have arrested one mobile shop owner for sending lewd messages and videos to a woman customer who is working as reporter in a newspaper in Mumbai.

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