Free Press Journal
  • Salil Parekh is Infosys CEO & MD

    Bengaluru : Global software major Infosys on Saturday announced the appointment of Salil S Parekh from Capgemini as its new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director with effect from January 2.

  • Oppo showroom burglars nabbed

    Ujjain  : The police have nabbed thieves who were involved in stealing mobile phones worth Rs 5 lakh from an Oppo showroom, at Tower Square 10 days ago. The thieves hailing from Bihar were tracked following inspection of CCTV footages.

  • INDOREANS LIVE IT UP AT THE WEEKEND PARTY

    Youngsters turned up in large numbers at a city-based pub to attend the weekend party. They grooved to beats of DJ. Attendees donned western attires including, different shades and styles of black. DJs also danced with the crowd. People enjoyed a mix of Bollywood and English music. Weekend parties are catching up in Indore. After working hard throughout the week, trend of partying during weekends is on rise among young professionals and

  • Sports meet marks International Day of Disabled persons

    Ujjain : A district level sports competition for disabled was inaugurated by Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya and scribe Rajesh Kulmi at Mahananda Nagar Sports Arena.

  • Doctors remove 72 coins from man’s stomach

    Nashik: A 50-year-old tribal from Maharashtra’s Palghar district has been successfully operated upon on Thursday by doctors to remove 72 coins that the man had swallowed over a long period due to certain mental ilnesses, doctors said.

  • Cancel DSSSB papers, hold exams again: Kejriwal to LG

    New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday urged Lt. Governor Anil Baijal to approve the government’s decision to cancel the DSSSB examination for recruiting teachers held on October 29 following a paper leak.

  • Andhra passes bill for 5% quota for Kapus

    Amaravati : The Andhra Pradesh assembly on Saturday unanimously passed a legislation to provide five per cent reservation for the Kapu community in government jobs and educational institutions.

  • Ruthvika, Lakshya into finals

    Mumbai : Eighth-seeded Ruthvika Shivani Gadde and qualifier Riya Mukherjee, both from India, will contest the women’s singles final of the USD 20,000 Tata Open India International Badminton Challenge here today.

  • Now you can eat ‘Om’, in the form of ‘tambakhoo’

    Mumbai  : ‘Om’, the auspicious symbol of the Hindus and revered by millions  is being used to sell tobacco sachets across Mumbai  and Gujarat. The tobacco sachets are being sold under the name ‘Om’ Special Pandharpuri Tambakhoo No.1, a Patel product.

  • Twitter stands by Trump’s anti-Muslim tweets

    San Francisco  Taking US President Donald Trump’s side once again, Twitter has retracted its previous explanation for why it did not remove Trump’s tweets that included graphic anti-Muslim videos.

  • SP to support parties fighting for secularism: Akhilesh

    Kolkata : Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday claimed that the BJP was an “expert in fooling people” and said the SP would support the TMC and other parties who are fighting for secularism in the country.

  • Ward’s brace takes England to victory

    Bhubaneswar : It was a day of upsets in the Pool A matches of the Hockey World League (HWL) Final here on Saturday, as Belgium and Spain stunned Olympic champions Argentina and European champions Netherlands in their opening matches of elite eight-nation tournament.

  • NCC cadets observe World AIDS Day

    Ujjain: World AIDS day was observed by NCC cadets at Government Madhav Science College. A rally was held from the college to 10 MP Battalion NCC campus. The college principal Dr Usha Shrivastava flagged-off the rally. A street play was also performed by the students at college as well as the battalion campus. Throughout the rally, slogans were raised for AIDS awareness. Lt Arpan Bhardwaj, CTO JS Solanki, Subedar Major Jaswindar Singh,

  • Sloppy India lose 2-3 to England

    Bhubaneswar :Sloppy defending cost India dearly as Sam Ward scored a brace for England to hand the home team a heart-breaking 2-3 defeat in a hard-fought Pool B match of the Hockey World League (HWL) Final, here.

  • Jadhav strikes for IDBI Bank

    Mumbai : Vaibhav Jadhav lone strike helped IDBI Bank record a narrow 1-0 win against PIFA Under-17 in a First Division match of the MDFA League 2017-2018 and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel. In a keenly fought match, Jadhav struck the crucial winning goal in the 38th minute to secure IDBI’s victory and the three points. Earlier in a second division encounter, Mother Theresa Foundation scored twice in the first

  • Water level in 91 major reservoirs dips

    New Delhi : The water level in 91 major reservoirs across the country has gone down to 62 per cent of their total storage capacity from 64 per cent last week, according to an official statement.