Free Press Journal
  • Yeshuva Club blank Mumbai Warriors

    Mumbai : Yeshuva Football Club had things much their own way as they blanked Mumbai Warriors ‘B’ 4-0 in a Third Division match of the MDFA League 2017-2018 and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel on Saturday. Dictating terms from the start, Yeshuva Football Club scored their goals through Dhruvin Arya, Prince Sogal, Alistair Sequeira and Praful Kumar to complete the win.

  • Prime Minister gifts Rs 500-cr package for Bihar’s flood-hit

    Patna : After conducting a 50 minute aerial survey of the flood-hit regions in Bihar on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a Rs 500-crore relief package for the state. Modi assured “all assistance” to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. He also announced an ex-gratia of Rs two lakh to the kin of the victims and Rs 50,000 for those injured during the floods. “

  • Lahiri misses cut at Northern Trust, courtesy missed putts

    New York : Anirban Lahiri endured another painful week on the greens as he continued to miss short putts and missed the cut at the Northern Trust, the opening FedExCup Playoffs event on the PGA Tour.

  • Monsoon returns to city, water level in Gambhir Dam increases

    Ujjain : Rains lashed the city signaling the reactivation of monsoons after a long gap. Soft and pleasant rain hit Ujjain on the intervening night of Friday-Saturday intermittently, drenching the place.

  • BJP distances itself from Sakshi Maharaj

    Indore  : On Friday, BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj stirred up a controversy when he spoke to media supporting Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. “Crores of people follow Gurmeet Ram Rahim. Why are we not listening to them? Why are we listening to one person (the victim). Gurmeet Ram Rahim is a noble soul. This is a conspiracy to defame Indian culture and the holy people. If there is further

  • Goods worth `3L stolen from warehouse

    Indore : Some unidentified thieves struck a shop and a godown in Mangliya area and made away with goods worth lakhs from there.

  • 8 NGO teams to participate in Golden Touch football today

    Mumbai : Young enthusiastic teenagers from eight sports oriented non-profit organization teams from across Mumbai will be competitively contesting to emerge champions of the second edition of ‘Golden Touch’ football Tournament for boys’ under-16 years, which will be played at the Cooperage football ground on Sunday, August 27.

  • Digambar Jain community’s paryushan starts

    Ujjain : Festival of paryushan of Digambar Jain community began from Saturday. On this occasion astrologer Prabha Didi glorified the festival saying that during paryushan 10 virtues of mankind are worshipped.  She was addressing devotees at Shri Mahaveer Tapobhumi situated on Indore Road.

  • Temple or tomb? Archaeological Survey of India clarifies what the Taj Mahal really is

    Agra : For the first time, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has stated in a court that the Taj Mahal is a tomb and not a temple. It was a 1920 notification to protect the Taj Mahal that has been made the basis for this affidavit in a local court. The Union culture ministry in November 2015 had already clarified in the Lok Sabha that there was no evidence of any

  • Not my day to travel, says ex-J&K CM Omar

    Mumbai : An Air India flight (AI 054) carrying 115 passengers from Mumbai to Kochi did not take off due to some technical glitch. Another incident took place on Saturday in Kashmir as well.

  • Nadal drawn to face Federer

    New York : Spanish top seed Rafael Nadal and Swiss third seed Roger Federer are in the same half of the US Open men’s singles draw – released Friday – and could meet in the semi-finals. On the other hand, Russian Maria Sharapova, playing her first major tennis tournament since returning from a doping suspension, will square off in the first round against Romanian second seed Simona Halep.