Free Press Journal
  • Bangladesh’s Shakib ruled out of Sri Lanka tri-series

    Dhaka : Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan has been ruled out of the upcoming tri-nation Twenty20 tournament in Sri Lanka as he is still nursing a finger injury, Bangladesh Cricket Board said today.

  • NE victory increases pressure on state BJP leadership Cong says it’s anti-incumbency

    BHOPAL : The BJP celebrated the party forming its government in Manipur and improved performance in Nagaland with gusto in the city on Saturday. But the fact that both the results are being perceived as the outcome of anti-incumbency factor may sound warning bells for the BJP in the state.

  • Opened bathroom door at 8 pm to find Sridevi dead: Boney

    Mumbai : As the mystery around Sridevi’s sudden demise continued, husband and producer Boney Kapoor  recounted the “detailed account of what transpired on the fateful evening to his friend of 30 years, trade analyst Komal Nahta. Nahta told IANS that the conversation happened on Wednesday before Sridevi’s funeral.

  • Shanti express must be extended up to Rajkot: Mahajan

    Indore : Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan has asked railway minister Piyush Goyal for extension of Indore-Gandhi Nagar Shanti Express (train no. 19309/19310) up to Rajkot.

  • Oz Test fails to attract fans

    Durban : It was billed as one of cricket’s great battles but it hasn’t translated into a rush on the turnstiles. The first Test between South Africa and Australia at Kingsmead features the world’s second and third-ranked teams, both bristling with world-class fast bowlers and stroke-playing batsmen. Yet the crowds have been negligible.

  • Kerwa water supply has not helped us, say residents

    BHOPAL : The Kerwa water supply line which became operational on December 25 has yet to meet daily needs of local residents  who have for a long time have faced water crisis.

  • Plaint against actor for death threat to scribe

    Mumbai : A non-cognisable complaint has been registered by the Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy Marg police against actor Ajaz Khan for threatening journalist Junaid Shaikh.

  • Mental battle key to Djoko comeback, says Becker

    Monaco : Former world number one Novak Djokovic’s toughest hurdle when he returns to the ATP Tour after a long injury absence will be a mental one, believes former coach Boris Becker.

  • Now, Maha medical bill draws activists’ wrath

    The law to regulate rates charged by medical establishments across the state doesn’t allow patients to ask for itemised bill , The activists have taken a dig at the state-constituted committee for dropping the provisions meant for safeguarding the patients’ rights.

  • Australia take lead past 400

    Durban : South Africa fought back on the third day of the first Test but could not stop Australia from taking their lead beyond 400 at Kingsmead on Saturday.

  • Police, admin celebrate Holi

    BHOPAL : The policemen including director general of police (DGP) Rishi Kumar Shukla celebrated holi festival with their colleagues and subordinates in the city.

  • Court allows CBSE student to now appear for SSC exams

    Mumbai  : Parents of a student with Learning Deficiency (LD) of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board have revealed their struggle in terms of academic support. Siddhant Manudhane, a student of Class 10, has faced a tough time for two years and approached the Bombay High Court (HC) to win a judgment in his favour to appear for his Class 10, CBSE board examination starting from March 5.

  • N-E poll results: Cong never so diminished as it is now, says PM

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday called the BJP’s impressive performance in Tripura Assembly polls people’s answer to “fear, lies and confusion” being spread against his government, and targeted the Congress, saying it was never so diminished as a party as it is now.

  • 72k teachers refuse to check HSC exam papers

    Govt expects us to do all work but not ready to pay us adequate remuneration. We understand paper assessment is our primary duty but the authorities should also understand our difficulties.