Free Press Journal
  • Indore: IET hostel liquor haven for ex-students, alleges student

    Indore: A student claiming to be an inmate of one of the hostels of Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), an entity of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), has filed a complaint with University Grants Commission (UGC) alleging some former students visit the boarding facility to drink on its premises.

  • Delhi: Now, kid raped in classroom

    New Delhi: A day after a 7-year-old boy was found murdered with his throat slit in the washroom of his posh school in Gurgaon, it was the turn of the national Capital to throw up another horrible incident – the rape of a 5-year-old girl on the school premises.

  • Juventus beat Chievo 3-0 to top Serie A table

    The home victory is likely to give Juventus confidence as they head into next Tuesday’s Champions League group stage opener against Barcelona

  • Messi hat-trick as Barca beat Espanyol in city derby

    Barcelona : Leo Messi scored a hat-trick as Barcelona continued their 100 percent start to the new Liga Santander football season with a 5-0 win at home over local rivals Espanyol.

  • El Clasico match between Real Madrid and Barcelona postponed

    Legends of Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid were to play an exhibition match in memory of Dutch legend and Barcelona star Johan Cryuff, it was announced by Football Next Foundation in a statement in May

  • Manmohan Singh-led team arrives in Kashmir

    The group was set up by the Congress in April after situation worsened in the valley due to widespread violence by protesters following death of eight persons in firing by security forces during bypolls to the Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency.

  • India Tour will be tough one, says Steve Smith

    Chennai  : Australia skipper Steve Smith has admitted that the upcoming limited over series against India, consisting of five ODIs and three T20Is, will be a tough one and will present a tough challenge to his team.

  • World Chess Cup: Sethuraman continues dream run, holds Giri

    Tbilisi (Georgia) : Grandmaster S P Sethuraman continued with his dream run and played out a fighting draw with higher ranked Anish Giri of Holland in the first game of the third round of World Chess Cup here.

  • Modi doing best for Guj, don’t miss him: Amit Shah

    Ahmedabad : BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday stated that Narendra Modi was better placed to serve Gujarat as Prime Minister than as Chief Minister and appealed the people not to miss him, while citing statistics to indicate the state had developed during all consecutive BJP governments since 1995.

  • Anderson replaces Jadeja at top of Test bowling rankings

    There has been no change in the ICC Test team Rankings following the series with England and the Windies retaining their pre-series 105 and 75 points, respectively. India continue to lead the chart with 125 points, followed by South Africa, who have 110 points.

  • AITA wants top players but won’t force them

    New Delhi : Desperate to raise the profile of the National Championships, the AITA will recommend the country’s top players to compete in the event, but it is highly unlikely they would pay heed to it since the federation is willing to exempt the “established” players.

  • Root eyes ‘special’ Ashes triumph

    London : Joe Root believes England have the capacity to do “something special” by retaining the Ashes in Australia, after they wrapped up a 2-1 Test series victory against West Indies at Lord’s.

  • Delhi govt officials warned against delay in responding to online RTI applications

    New Delhi : The Delhi government has warned officials of strict action for “inappropriate handling” of online RTI applications, after it received several complaints about departments not responding to pleas seeking information.       The government has asked the heads of all departments and autonomous bodies to visit the online RTI portal on daily basis, preferably as the first task of the day, to avoid any delay in replying to applications and appeals

  • Women’s singles: Stephens routs Keys to win US Open

    New York : Sloane Stephens brushed aside Madison Keys 6-3, 6-0 here to win her first US Open women’s singles title, putting an exclamation mark on her stunningly successful return to the WTA Tour this summer.

  • Ryan murder: Father of victim demands parallel CBI inquiry

    Gurugram (Haryana) : Varun Thakur, father of the seven-year-old student, who was brutally murdered at Ryan International School on Sunday, demanded a parallel CBI inquiry in the matter to get to reveal the entire truth.

  • Murray, Hingis win mixed doubles title at US Open

    New York : Top seeds Jamie Murray of Britain and Swiss Martina Hingis won their second successive Grand Slam mixed doubles tennis title with a 6-1, 4-6, 10-8 victory over Michael Venus of New Zealand and Chinese Taipei’s Chan Hao-Ching in the final.

  • Hoffenheim upset Bayern 2-0 in German Bundesliga

    Bayern tried to respond but Kingsley Coman’s effort missed the target from the edge of the box before Uth wrapped up his brace in the 51st minute after tapping home Steven Zuber’s build up work to put the result beyond doubt

  • Sasikala may seek parole to meet ailing husband

    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) : Jailed AIADMK leader V.K. Sasikala may seek parole to come out of the Parappana Agrahara Central Prison in Bengaluru to meet her ailing husband M Natarajan.