Free Press Journal
  • German tennis player Florian Mayer to retire after US Open

    Berlin: German tennis player Florian Mayer will retire from his professional career of 17 years after the US Open. In an interview with the Bavarian Tennis Association on Friday, Mayer said: “This will be my last BMW Open, my last year on the tour. After the US Open it is definitely over,” Xinhua reported.

  • When PM Narendra Modi enjoyed 1982 Bollywood music in China

    Wuhan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping were seen enjoying an instrumental rendition of 1982 Bollywood song ‘Tu, tu hai wahi dil ne jise apna kaha,’ at an event in China’s central Wuhan city yesterday.

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    Swedish pop group Abba reunite after 35 years

    Stockholm: Swedish pop group Abba is reuniting after their split 35 years ago with two new songs. One of the songs — “I still have faith in you”, is set for release in December. It will be part of a “Virtual Abba” experience in collaboration with “American Idol” creator Simon Fuller. It will premiere, via digital versions of band members Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and

  • Indian-origin man sentenced to prison for wire, visa fraud in US

     New York: An Indian-origin man has been sentenced to prison in the US after being convicted for wire and visa fraud, under which he collected over USD 450,000 in illegal filing fees for H1B visas and green cards for workers from India.

  • Sumit Sangwan, Nikhat Zareen enter finals of Belgrade International boxing

    New Delhi: Asian silver-medallist Sumit Sangwan (91kg) and former junior world champion Nikhat Zareen (51kg) were among the eight Indian boxers to make the finals, while five others settled for bronze medals in the 56th Belgrade International Tournament in Serbia.

  • Bhopal: Ex-student of AIIMS leader to foot march to Delhi for freedom of speech

    Bhopal: Demanding ‘restoration’ of freedom of speech, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) students’ union former president will start a foot march from the State capital to Delhi on May 3. Beginning his march on World Press Freedom Day, the former student leader Sant Guru Prasad will cover a distance of 800 kms.

  • Bhopal: All Saints School admin cheated parents says probe report

    Bhopal: The district administration has found the All Saints School management prima facie guilty of cheating the parents in its probe. MP Parents Association had lodged a complaint against the school management for issuing TCs to more than 30 students a month ago as the parents had refused to pay the hiked fee.

  • Bhopal: Jeep carrying marriage party collides with truck, newly-wed woman among five dead

    Bhopal: Five members of a marriage party, including a bride were killed and three others injured when their jeep collided with a truck near Laharcha village under Chanchoda police station in Guna on Friday. The accident took place on the Agra-Mumbai national highway in the morning hours when the marriage party was returning to Talen town in Rajgarh district.

  • Bhopal: Jyotiraditya Scindia adopts mysterious silence, one follower resigns

    Bhopal: Jyotiraditya Scindia, after his appointment as president of election campaign committee and appointment of MP Kamalnath as Congress state chief, has adopted a mysterious silence. Scindia on his appointment as president of election campaign committee has neither expressed gratitude to the party high command nor has congratulated Kamalnath on his appointment as state chief.

  • Bhopal: Asaram Ashram gets stay on wall demolition  

    Bhopal: Encroachments carried out by Asaram Bapu’s Ashram will not be razed down at least for now as its caretakers have got a stay from the High Court. The court stayed lower court’s order directing  demolition of the illegally constructed wall allegedly raised by the Ashram functionaries.

  • Bhopal: Kamalnath to play Hindu card, set for temple run after assuming charge

    Bhopal: Kamalnath, after his appointment as Congress state chief, is all set to play Hindu card on the lines of Gujarat model. Kamalnath, who will assume charge on May 1, will begin his functioning with visiting temples. In his four-day tour, Kamalnath will visit Mahakaleshwar temple of Ujjain, Bagulamukhi Shaktipeeth of Datia and Hanuman Mandir situated at Lalghati in the city.


    IPL 2018, Match 27: FPJ’s Dream XI for Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians

    Table-toppers Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will take on under-pressure Mumbai Indians (MI) at their adopted home ground Pune. It is a very important match for MI who have to win if they want to keep their hopes alive for playoffs. Both teams have had contrasting fortunes. While MI managed only one win in their six matches, the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Super Kings has won five of their six games. Talking about CSK,

  • Protesting medical students AIMS

    Bhopal: Protesting medical students of AIMS resort to begging, selling tea

    Bhopal: A day after begging on the city streets, the protesting students of Advance Institute of Medical Science, slept on road under the blazing sun in front of the Governor House on Friday. Leaving no stone unturned to catch the attention of the authorities and people towards their grievances, the Medical students also resorted to selling tea at board office.