Free Press Journal
  • Maradona ‘excited’ to meet Ganguly

    Kolkata : Football legend Diego Maradona is excited for his second visit to Kolkata and has already started the countdown.

  • Admin orders power shutdown to prevent trouble

    Badnawar : Over 25,000 villagers from as many 22 villages under Badnawar block of Dhar district were forced to stay without electricity after district administration snapped power connection fearing some untoward incident in the area on Friday evening in the light of farmers’ agitation.

  • Srijan Institute of Media inaugurated

    Indore: Srijan Advertising inaugurated Srijan Institute of Media on Saturday. The aim is to train students via professional courses of 3, 6 and 12 months to groom them efficiently so that any media company would hire them.

  • Sharad Pawar lambasts BJP govt on NCP foundation day

    Mumbai : Nationalist Congress Party supremo Sharad Pawar lambasted the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP)-led government, saying currently the political situation is drastic and there is immense dissatisfaction among people.

  • Sai Krishna stuns B’desh GM Rakib

    Mumbai : FM Sai Krishna G.V. of India snatched a morale-boosting win over Bangladesh GM Mollah Abdullah Al Rakib in a tense eighth round match of the Mumbai Mayor’s Cup International Open Chess Tournament 2017.

  • Suicide pact at Kandivali over love affair

    Mumbai : A couple committed suicide at Samta nagar at Kandivali on Friday night. The reason: a love affair. Krishna Laxman Varke (35) and Neelam Ramchandra Bhoir (21) were found hanging from a tree at Kali mandir at adivasi pada at Kandivali.


    A music recital was recently organised under the joint aegis of Saregama Music College and SMI at Pritam Lal Dua Sabha Grah. A large number of music enthusiasts gathered at the venue to shirk off the week’s exhaustion by giving in to the symphony. Local singers Rajesh Mudliyar, Durga Gamad, Anand Pillai, Satyam Mudliyar and Suryansh Mudliyar left no stone unturned to impress the audience by casting a musical spell. It was

  • Action against illegal hoardings, polythene planned

    HOSHANGABAD : At the timeline meeting of the municipal committee here on Saturday, municipality chairman Akhilesh Khandelwal issued strict instructions to the officers to ensure that no illegal hoarding was allowed to come up in the city and the existing ones were removed at the earliest. He said a complete ban had been imposed on use of polythene and poly bags in the city. But despite a series of awareness campaigns, the

  • Heavy rains claim 16 lives in Maharashtra

    Mumbai : Torrential rains lashed large parts of Maharashtra and Mumbai on Saturday claiming at least 16 lives, even as the monsoon progressed normally over the state and the weather department forecast heavy rain over the next 48 hours.

  • Contempt notice against Bengal Club for violation of election rules

    Mumbai : A contempt notice has been issued at the Mumbai City Civil court against Bengal Club and its office bearers for violating the norms of elections and not following the standard operating procedure of conducting elections every year. The notice has been issued for not complying with the order passed by the court.

  • Kisan agitation ends, Oppn flays CM’s fast

    Ujjain : The 10-day kisan agitation which began on June 1, demanding waiver of loans, drew to an end on Saturday. During these days, the State had fallen prey to political manoeuvring leading to a peaceful agitation turning violent, with farmers falling victims, putting the Government in a tight spot.