Free Press Journal
  • Indian killed in Bangkok

    Bangkok : An Indian man was killed and two others were injured after their car ran off a slippery road on a curve and struck a tree in Thailand’s Nong Hong district on Saturday.

  • Pitch battle India vs Pakistan

    Pride and honour will be at stake when kohli & co take on safraz’s green brigade in the  ‘mother of all clashes’,

  • Youth attacked by four over old enmity

    Indore : A youth was critically injured after four persons attacked him with a sharp edged weapon over an old enmity under Depalpur police station area on Friday. Police are recording statements of the victim and his family members to know the reason behind attack and a search is on for the accused.

  • Listening, is what does the trick

    Group of youngsters help people gain back confidence by allowing them to open up

  • 1,500 MP docs to participate in June 6 IMA demonstration

    BHOPAL : About 1,500 doctors of MP will participate in the national demonstration of Indian Medical Association to be organised on June 6. The association will hold a march in Delhi at Mahatma Gandhi memorial for its 12 demands, which include Central law for security of doctors, termination of exit exam which is compulsory for MBBS students for certification of practising, etc.

  • ‘Baffled’ Sunil Gavaskar hits back at Ramachandra Guha

    New Delhi : Sunil Gavaskar on Saturday mounted a stinging counter attack on Ramachandra Guha’s ‘conflict of interest’ accusation against the former captain, saying it’s “baffling” to find his integrity being questioned.

  • MSP, Central Railway in men’s final

    Mumbai : Maharashtra State Police and Central Railway recorded contrasting semi-final wins to set up the men’s championship round, in the 125th YMCA Open Basketball Tournament, at the Ghatkopar YMCA.

  • UN votes to add 15 N Koreans, four entities to UN blacklist

    United Nations : The UN Security Council voted unanimously to add 15 individuals and four entities linked to North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs to a UN sanctions blacklist, but Chinese opposition blocked tougher new sanctions that the US was pushing.

  • CANDLE IN THE WIND Valiant fighters who lived to tell their arduous journey from despair to hope

    Indore : Be it in a battle or a game, regardless of his victory and defeat, positivity and determination make the hero out of an ordinary fighter. And battle against cancer too is no exception. With undying desire to live and never fading smile on face, there are millions on earth, who have been battling the deadly disease day in and day out, and there are people too, who survived it to

  • Wenger keen to bring Mahrez to Arsenal

    London : Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has asserted that he is keen to sign Leicester City’s star forward Riyad Mahrez.

  • Fire engulfs electronics godown

    BHOPAL : A massive fire broke out at an electronics warehouse which gutted electronics worth Rs 6 lakh in Ghoda Nakkas area of Hanumanganj locality on Saturday here. The reason behind the fire is suspected to be shortcircuit.

  • ‘Kshipra Seva Sankalp Yatra’ and ‘Kshipra Tirth Parikrama’ begins

    Ujjain : ‘Kshipra Seva Sankalp Yatra’, led by Ghattia MLA, Satish Malviya was inaugurated on Saturday from village Siloda-Rawal of Ghattiya assembly. The yatra was flagged-off by BJP State head, Nandkumar Singh Chouhan.  Likewise,‘Kshipra Tirth Parikrama’ was also inaugurated at Ramghat under the aegis of Kshipra Lok Sanskriti Sansthan led by Ujjain South MLA Mohan Yadav on the same day.

  • Saina bows out, Sai Praneeth advances to final in Thailand

    Bangkok : India’s B Sai Praneeth sailed into the final with a straight-game win but Olympic medallist Saina Nehwal’s campaign ended in the semifinal of the USD 120000 Thailand Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here on Saturday.

  • ‘Modi’s 3 years a bundle of failures’

    BHOPAL : “Three years of Modi rule is a bundle of failures and the state government has also added its mismanaged governance in the rule,” alleged Congress MLA Mukesh Nayak, here on Saturday.

  • Patel Group rolls out national talent hunt result

    Indore : Patel Group of Institutions recently announced the result of its eighth talent hunt held from December 25 to January 19. Announcing the result, group chairperson Preeti Patel said, “The competition was held for class XII students with mathematics subject, where 21 students are eligible for cash prize while 6266 students for scholarship.” Dhruv Mudgal from Government Subhash Excellence Higher Secondary School, Bhopal bagged first prize of Rs 1, 00,000 in

  • For Salman, parents far more precious than a luxury apartment

    Mumbai : Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, son of veteran screenwriter Salim Khan and Sushila Charak, says he loves staying close to his parents in his Bandra flat and won’t leave them for a luxurious bungalow.