Free Press Journal
  • No Marathi, no banking, Raj Thackeray warns

    The business language in banks located in Maharashtra should also be in Marathi. The next protests will be against the banks which do not use Marathi as one of the business languages.

  • Slender 7-run lead for Saurashtra

    Thiruvananthapuram : Robin Uthappa hit 86 as Saurashtra managed to take a slender seven-run first innings lead over Kerala, scoring 232 all out on the second day of their Group B Ranji Trophy match here.

  • Wedding planners sign 10 MOUs

    Ujjain : Around 10 wedding planners from different parts of the country signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Ujjain Tourism Promotion Council during a workshop on wedding destination held at Hotel Ujjayini on Sunday.

  • ‘Rowing together to reach common destination’

    Indore : As many as 27 young leaders from across the country paid a visit to city to attend the Young Indians (Yi) Leadership Programme, organised by Yi, the youth arm of Confederation of Indian Industry.

  • Karnataka in driving seat

    Kanpur : Overnight batsmen Dega Nischal (195) and Manish Pandey (238) played brilliant individual knocks to help Karnataka post 642/7 at stumps against Uttar Pradesh on Day 2 of a sixth round match of the Ranji Trophy cricket tournament.

  • General meeting of Lions Club of Sarthak

    Indore: A general meeting was organised recently by Lions Club of Sarthak, Indore at Ushanagar situated Tandoor Restaurant. Club president Shashi Toshniwal said that while observing the welfare week the club carried out plantation and donated food and clothes to the needy. The programme was also attended by district governor Parvinder Singh Bhatia and regional co-ordinator Anjana Maheshwari.

  • 6 dead in bus-truck collision

    Latur : Six persons were killed and 35 others injured after a state transport bus collided with a truck near Latur in central Maharashtra on Saturday, police said.

  • 3 women run over by train between Malad and Goregaon

    Mumbai : Three women were killed and another woman was injured on Saturday after they were run over by an express train between suburban Malad and Goregaon stations, an official said. All the four were contract labourers

  • Sherin’s foster mother moved to Dallas jail

    Houston: The foster mother of 3-year-old Indian girl Sherin Mathews found dead in a culvert in Dallas has been moved to a jail on a charge of abandoning a child, reports PTI.

  • Over one lakh take bath at Triveni Ghat on Shanishchari Amavasya

    Ujjain : More than one lakh devotees took bath at Triveni Ghat of river Kshipra, situated on Indore road on Saturday, on the occasion of Shanishchari Amavasya. The administration had made elaborate arrangements for the devotees in view of the auspicious day.

  • Thousands rally in Harare calling for Mugabe to quit

    Harare : Tens of thousands of people gathered in the centre of Harare on Saturday to call for the resignation of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, as moves to force him to stand down gather pace after a military takeover in the southern African nation, reports IANS.

  • Prajapats protests action on tractors

    Ujjain: Members of Prajapat Samaj protested against administrative action on tractors transporting bricks from kiln and submitted a memorandum to district collector Sanket Bhondve.

  • Rafale purchase win-win partnership: French min

    New Delhi : French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Saturday said the purchase of 36 Rafale fighter jets would bolster India’s security and it was a “win-win partnership” for both the countries.

  • Sonia calls for CWC meeting, may hand over baton to Rahul

    New Delhi : Congress President Sonia Gandhi has convened a meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) at her residence at 10 Janpath on Monday at 10.30 AM to finalise the schedule for election of the new president.

  • Musical prog today

    Ujjain: Artists Harpal Singh Chawala, Sabir Ali, Ashutosh Purohit, Suresh Kumar, Ali Hussein, Kamlesh Soni, Anita Solanki and Harish Tiwari will perform during a programme organised by Mohammed Rafi Samajik Shodh Sansthan. Host Tejkumar Malviya informed that the programme will begin at 6.30 pm on Sunday at Sansthan office in Rajaswa Colony Road.

  • Russia again vetoes bid to renew Syria gas attacks probe

    United Nations : Russia has vetoed for the second time in 24 hours to block a UN Security Council resolution to re-authorise an investigation into the use of chemical weapons in Syria, media reports said on Saturday, reports IANS.