Free Press Journal
  • City advocates not to represent accused in court

    Bhopal : In a show of solidarity with the gang rape victim, advocates of Bhopal district and sessions court on Saturday decided against representing the accused.

  • Indian women gear up for final

    Kakamigahara (Japan) : Seeking a World Cup berth, the Indian women’s hockey team will vie for top honours when it takes on China in the final of the Women’s Asia Cup on Sunday.

  • India to be a high-middle income country by 2047: World Bank CEO

    New Delhi : Lauding India’s increasing per capita income, World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva on Saturday said she has no doubt that India will be a high-middle income country by 2047 when it completes its centenary year of independence.

  • 10-yr-old boy killed after being hit by speeding dumper

    Indore : A 10-year-old boy was killed and his grandfather was critically injured after a recklessly driven dumper hit them under Rajendra Nagar police station area on Saturday. Police have seized the vehicle and registered a case against errant driver who fled the spot leaving the dumper behind.

  • CJI bats for regular Arbitration Centres & Lokadalats in Maha

    Justice Dipak Misra, Chief Justice of India, at the foundation laying ceremony of an Alternate Dispute Resolution Centre (ADRC) in the presence of CM Devendra Fadnavis and Justice Manjula Chellur, Chief Justice of High Court of Bombay, in Mumbai on Saturday.

  • Sathiyan-Kamal win bronze

    De Haan (Belgium) : India’s Achanta Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan won a bronze medal at the prestigious 2017 Challenge Belgium Open Table Tennis tournament here. The Indian pair lost their semi-finals to the second- seeded German duo of Patrick Franziska and Ricardo Walther respectively by 2-3 margin to settle for a bronze on Saturday.

  • Crackdown on benami properties

    Sundernagar/Kangra (HP): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hinted at a crackdown on ‘benami’ properties, and said the Congress is worried as such assets of its leaders will not be spared in his government’s action.

  • Ghadigaonkar slams unbeaten double ton for MIG

    Mumbai : Sumit Ghadigaonkar attracted all the attention with his confident batting performance stroking his way to an unbeaten 201 runs knock as MIG Cricket Club piled up a score of 350 for the loss of four wickets in 64 overs against P.J. Hindu Gymkhana in a second round Group-B league match of the Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. sponsored ‘70th Police Invitation Shield Cricket Tournament’, played at the MIG Ground on Saturday.

  • With FYJC admission process over, 20 students’ careers remain in limbo

    Mumbai : Over 20 students are still waiting to secure admissions to First Year Junior College (FYJC) though the centralised online admission process has been shut. These students are in a fix because they have now been directed to approach the state government as the process has ended and the academic year has already begun.

  • Munro’s power punch floors India

    Rajkot : New Zealand dominated with both bat and ball to defeat India by 40 runs in the second Twenty20 International (T20I) at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Mumbai beats Odisha for season’s first win

    Bhubaneshwar : Mumbai registered its first win of the season, thrashing Odisha by 120 runs in a Ranji Trophy Group “C” match at KIIT Stadium here.