Free Press Journal
  • FIR against wrestler Sushil Kumar, supporters for brawl

    New Delhi : Olympic-medallist Sushil Kumar was on Saturday booked by the Delhi Police in connection with his supporters clashing with those of rival wrestler Parveen Rana at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium here, police said.

  • MLA gets name stamped on school furniture

    BHOPAL : MLAs and politicians seem to be making desperate attempts to get more publicity.  Girish Bhandari, an MLA from Narsinghgarh in Rajgarh district, has got his name stamped in bold relief on the furniture provided by him to a school at Kukliakhedi in his constituency.

  • Team India is up for the challenge against SA: Shastri

    Shastri said the Indian players are itching to go for the series and prove their worth. “A lot of our boys want job satisfaction. Job satisfaction is when you get outside and score runs and take wickets. So there’s a challenge. They want that Test match to start as soon as possible,” he added.

  • Govt escapes by a whisker ‘job or dole to all’ bill

    New Delhi : The Government had a very narrow escape from the embarrassment it would have faced to provide employment or unemployment allowance to all citizens above 18 as sought in a private member’s Bill in the Rajya Sabha on Friday.

  • indore, madhya pradesh, DAVV, DAVV exempted from NAAC, National Assessment and Accreditation Council

    DAVV directed to fill self-financing teaching posts

    Indore :Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which is reluctant in appointing teachers on vacant posts in its teaching departments, has been directed by department of higher education (DHE) to fill self-financing teaching vacancies.

  • Ex-SIMI member held at airport

    Mumbai: Anti-Terrorism Squad of Maharashtra on Saturday apprehended a former Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) member from the international airport here.

  • Iran warns against illegal gatherings after protests

    Tehran : The Iranian government warned people against further protests on Saturday after two days of demonstrations sparked by anger over an array of economic problems.

  • When EMAN came visiting…

    Mumbai is considered a booming medical hub where every year hundreds of foreign patients flock for treatment. But in 2017, the medical fraternity of Mumbai made international news when the world’s heaviest women — Eman Ahmed — decided to undergo bariatric surgery here. She landed in Mumbai on February 11 in a specially modified aircraft in the middle of the night. But after an ugly spat between her sister, Shaimaa Selim, and

  • Ujjain News – Vikram Gandhinagar residents break pots outside PHED office

    Ujjain : Residents of Vikram Gandhinagar of ward 52 went to PHE office at Dussehra Maidan under the leadership of Opposition leader Rajendra Vashishtha on Saturday. They went there to complain about the water problem they are facing from last six months. But till 11.30 there was no official to hear their problems so the angry residents put empty pots in front of the vacant seats of the officers. When no officers listened

  • 6-day New Year celebration begins at airport

    Indore : Grand six-day-long New Year celebration kicked off at Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar airport in city on Friday. The fest, which will continue till January 3, 2018, will witness a host of cultural and musical activities.

  • Qatar Open: Djoko pulls out

    Doha : Former world number one Novak Djokovic on Saturday withdrew from next week’s Qatar Open, casting doubt on his participation at the Australian Open later in January.

  • Ujjain News – Flag hoisting in school, Shaheed Park

    Ujjain : On the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the first flag hoisting in 1943 on Andaman Islands on December 30 by Subhash Chandra Bose, flag hoisting was performed in School of Excellence, Shastri Nagar on Saturday.

  • British PM’s key adviser quits over Brexit

    London : One of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s key advisers, Lord Andrew Adonis, has announced he is quitting his role, describing Brexit as a “populist and nationalist spasm”.

  • Metro III work causes distress to trees, people

    Tconstruction of Metro III (Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ) line is likely to affect 5,012 trees. Out of this, a large number of trees at major junctions like Cuffe Parade, Churchgate, Nariman Point and Airport station which were centuries old were cut to make way for this 33.5 km line.

  • Kargil braveheart’s widow dies as hospital insists on Aadhaar card

    Chandigarh : Widow of a Kargil braveheart died at a private hospital in Haryana’s Sonipat after the medical staff allegedly refused to admit her for not carrying her Aadhaar card, forcing the state government to order an inquiry into the matter on Saturday. Talking to media at Ambala, Health Minister Anil Vij said a team of health department has been sent to Sonipat to collect the details of the incident. “Shakuntala Devi

  • Murray to launch ATP Tour comeback in Brisbane

    Brisbane : Andy Murray will make his long- awaited return to the ATP Tour in the Brisbane International on Sunday, after nearly five months out through injury.