Free Press Journal
  • Injury fears cloud Nadal-Federer dream clash at ATP Finals

    London : Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer can set up a dream climax to the 2017 season at the ATP World Tour Finals, but organisers are sweating on the Spaniard’s fitness and a new crop are itching to spoil the party.

  • Students clean Indore Cancer Foundation campus

    Indore : Supporting organisations and learning to become active contributors to society, students of Vidyasagar School, Emerald Heights International School (EHIS), St Paul Higher Secondary School and some others participated in cleaning the campus of Indore Cancer Foundation on Saturday.

  • Sultania junior docs suspended over MLC report controversy

    Bhopal : Sultania Hospital’s junior doctors Dr Khushboo Gajbhiye and Dr Sangyogita were suspended and show-cause notice was served to consultant Dr Purnima following controversy over medico-legal case (MLC) report related to Bhopal gang rape case.

  • ‘Indians lucky to have dark tan, have least risk of skin cancer’

    Indore :President of International Society of Dermatology, Dr George Reizner believes that Indian doctors and scientists have more experience in terms of treatment of pigmentary disorders and dermatological problems.

  • Metro-III will be functional by end of 2021: MMRC MD

    Mumbai : Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRC) Managing Director Ashwini Bhide on Friday revealed that its phase 3 would be completely functional by the end of 2021.

  • Baroda tighten noose around Mumbai

    Mumbai : Swapnil Singh broke an eleven-year jinx as he scored his maiden first class ton, a knock of 164 without a blemish, to help Baroda take a massive first innings lead of 404 runs against Mumbai on day three of the Ranji Trophy Group C match. And then Baroda had the hosts and 41-time champions on the ropes at 102 for 4, with Mumbai needing 302 runs more to avoid an

  • State initiates measures to safeguard farmers from ‘rigged’ weighbridges

    Mumbai : In a first of its kind effort, the state’s Legal Metrology Department has issued a circular making it mandatory for all new weighbridges to be checked thoroughly and certified before being used. The officials said the circular will be applicable for all units that will be calibrated after November 15.

  • Zaveri Bazaar goldsmith units aren’t ready to shift to Panvel

    Mumbai : The increasing number of goldsmith units at Zaveri Bazaar, also popularly known as ‘Bhuleshwar’, has become a cause of concern for other residents of the area.  Also, though the state government is ready to allocate space at Panvel (on the outskirts of Mumbai) to set up these goldsmith units, the owners are not ready to shift.

  • Behera, Pattanaik keep TN at bay

    Cuttack : A determined display by the Odisha batsmen kept Tamil Nadu bowlers at bay as the host finished at 286 for 4 at the end of the third day’s play in a Ranji Trophy Group “C” match.

  • Chhattisgarh outshine Himachal

     Maiden win for Chhattisgarh of the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy season , They score the win in style with a bonus point Chattisgarh thrashes ,  Himachal Pradesh by an innings and 114 runs at the HPC Association Stadium

  • US takes down religious freedom notification

    Irrespective of the party in power, New Delhi is known to react to such moves with irritation — “we don’t lecture you on the state of race relations in the US”, multiple Indian diplomats have said is their internal pushback logic — and it has denied entry to over-eager fact-finders who it believes have no right to stand in judgement on internal affairs.

  • Residents fume over inhaling toxic gases from jewellery units

    For over a decade, the Bhuleshwar Residents Association has been fighting a legal battle and petitioning agencies to get the goldsmit units shifted out of the residential zone, but claim that the BMC and other authorities have been turning a deaf ear. They claim the number of factories has increased and is still growing despite the evident hazards of the pollution caused by the chemicals used in the units.

  • Prepared to tackle Ashwin, Jadeja: Dimuth

    The 29-year-old who was dismissed twice by Ashwin and once by Jadeja in their home series said he prepared for the series, starting November 16, by batting on dusty wickets back home. “We have practised on dusty wickets and have another five days before the Test. We will prepare for the good spin attack,” Karunaratne, who scored a fluent 50 from 60 balls against Board President’s XI, said.