Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Passing out parade held at Mahar Regimental Centre

    Sagar: Yash Siddhi (Success and Attainment), the Mahar Regiment’s motto reverberated at an impressive passing out parade organised at parade ground of Mahar Regiment on Monday. As many as 179 new recruits took oath of serving the nation after completing 34 weeks of rigorous military training. Colonel of the Mahar Regiment, Major General Sudhakar was the chief guest.

  • Spirituality

    Spirituality does not negate the outer life. The outer life should be the manifestation of the divine life within us. We are all seekers, and our goal is the same: to achieve inner peace, light, and joy, to become inseparably one with our Source, and to lead lives full of true satisfaction.

  • Hazlewood targets England’s batting greenhorns

    Sydney : Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood has warned Joe Root’s England tourists and their raft of Ashes debutants they risk being exposed if their big guns don’t fire in the coming series.

  • Lewandowski sidelined: Bayern aware of serious striker problem

    Berlin : Bayern Munich has admitted to having a serious striker problem. The 2017 German Champion may sign a new forward shortly. “We will look for a solution as soon as possible,” Hasan Salihamidzic, Bayern’s sports director, said in advance of the club’s Champions League group game against Celtic Glasgow on Tuesday evening.

  • Girona stun Real Madrid

    Madrid : Real Madrid were the victims of the biggest shock of the football season to date in the Spanish La Liga when they were defeated 1-2 away to newly promoted Girona.

  • Tri Nation Motorcycle expedition flagged off

    Shillong :  A Tri-Nation motorcycle expedition by the Assam Rifles was flagged off on Monday by the Governor of Meghalaya, Ganga Prasad. The expedition is being held to commemorate the 142nd birthday celebration of the first deputy prime minister of India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

  • Gayle wins Australia masseuse court case

    Sydney : West Indies cricket star Chris Gayle has won a defamation case against an Australian media group which claimed he exposed his genitals to a massage therapist.

  • Manoj strikes gold in National Championship

    Visakhapatnam : Manoj Kumar claimed his second successive National Championships’ gold but Shiva Thapa settled for a silver on an eventful day of summit clashes in the premier domestic boxing event here.

  • Close shave for archer

    Kolkata : A 14-year-old archer from Sports Authority of India (Bolpur) had a close shave after an arrow pierced through the right side of her neck during a practice session on Monday morning.

  • Hoping next 20 years of my life are as eventful: Nehra

    New Delhi : “If you can, then sprint. If not, then run. Can’t run? Then jog. Won’t jog? Then at least walk! Can’t walk? Then crawl but just keep on moving,” says Ashish Nehra as he gets ready to bid adieu to the game that has given him everything in all these years.

  • One of the best in business…

    India enjoys 100 per cent record vs New Zealand, winning all six bilateral series in between 1988-89 and 2017.

  • Bumrah, Bhuvi are world’s best death bowlers: Rohit Sharma

    “I think we have the two best death bowlers. If you look at the last series against Australia, the way they have bowled, you have to praise them a lot. Because if you look at Australia’s batting, with their power hitting, those were the two bowlers who got us back most of the times,” said Rohit after India sealed the series 2-1.

  • HDFC Life’s IPO to open on November 7

    Mumbai : Private insurer— HDFC Standard Life Insurance plans to raise Rs 8,700 cr via Initial Public Offer (IPO) which will open on November 7. The company plans to give all of the money raised to its promoters—HDFC and Standard Life (Mauritius Holdings).

  • Draft constitution of BCCI submitted in SC

    New Delhi : A draft constitution of the BCCI was submitted in the Supreme Court in a sealed cover on Monday, incorporating suggestions of the Justice R M Lodha panel on reforms in the cash-rich cricket body.

  • IDFC, Shriram merger called off over valuation

    New Delhi : Unable to arrive at an acceptable structure and valuation, financial services majors IDFC Group and the Shriram Group have decided to call off their merger proposal to create a financial conglomerate, both announced on Monday. In a regulatory filing in BSE, IDFC said: “This is to inform you that despite best efforts, IDFC Group and Shriram Group have not been able to reach common ground on a mutually acceptable