Free Press Journal
  • Bad weather delays AI and IndiGo flights

    Indore: The sudden change in weather on Saturday evening delayed flights from Indira Gandhi International airport to Indore. Two city bound flights were affected due to bad weather.  In all, 35 flights were diverted to nearby airports due to bad weather in New Delhi. Flights could not operate from Delhi Airport from 5 pm to 5.57 pm.  Airport director Aryama Sanyal said Air India’s New Delhi-Indore flight arrived late by 30 minutes.

  • Lalu’s elder son unhappy over ‘being sidelined’ in RJD

    Patna : Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad’s elder son and former Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav on Saturday expressed unhappiness over what he called being “ignored and sidelined” in the party.

  • People watch Sunny Leone more: Hardik

    Indore : Patel Nav Nirman Sena leader Hardik Patel on Saturday said people watch adult star Sunny Leone more because of change in choices.

  • Bhima Koregaon: Accused advocate gets hospitalized

     Pune : Advocate Surendra Gadling, who is an accused in Bhima Koregaon violence, has been admitted to Sassoon hospital in Pune after he complained about a blood pressure problem on Thursday.

  • Paddler Archana Kamath qualifies for Youth Olympics

    New Delhi : Table tennis player Archana Girish Kamath on Saturday qualified for the Youth Olympics in her last attempt, joining fellow Indian Manav Thakkar for the October event in Buenos Aires.

  • ULLAS 2018 organised at IIM

    Indore : Indian Institute of Management Indore organised cultural and talent show – ULLAS – on Saturday. The purpose of the event was to bring together faculty, staff and their families together.

  • Maratha outfit announces `50K bounty for info on 4 new accused

    Mumbai : Maratha Yuva Kranti (MYK) in a strongly worded appeal has called on citizens to identify the ‘inhuman’ accused responsible for the murder of an innocent Maratha youth, Rahul Phatangade, who was killed in the Bhima-Koregaon riots on January 1.

  • UP: 26 killed in dust storms, lightning

    Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed the district magistrates of the affected areas to immediately provide compensation to families of those killed and said no laxity will be tolerated.

  • Frenchman commits suicide at Grand Mosque in Mecca

    Riyadh : A Frenchman has committed suicide by throwing himself off the roof of the Grand Mosque in Islam’s holiest city of Mecca, Saudi and French officials said on Saturday.

  • Russia’s highly gifted World Cup soothsayer

    Saint Petersburg : A deaf, white cat named Achilles is soon to begin his work as Russia’s official soothsayer for the World Cup, following in the tentacle-prints of Paul the Octopus who became a star in 2010. Paul predicted winners for that years’ World Cup by choosing one out of two boxes containing food, while Achilles will be presented with bowls marked with teams’ flags. “We went for Achilles because he is

  • UMC commissioner inspects projects under construction

    Ujjain : Municipal commissioner Pratibha Pal inspected the shopping complex and multilevel parking, at Mirza Naeem Beg Marg on Saturday. She said from a business point of view, it would be beneficial for the civic body to refrain from delay and start procedures for bookingand allotment of the commercial construction within a week.

  • Agarwal, Shruti clinch double crown

    Pune : Pune boy Daksh Agarwal and Delhi girl Shruti Ahlawat lifted the boys and girls singles titles here on Saturday to complete a coveted double crown each in the MSLTA-KPIT Arun Wakankar Memorial Asian Under 14 tennis championship here.

  • Delhi plunges into darkness

    NEW DELHI: Pitch darkness descended upon the skies of Delhi on Saturday evening when the national capital was hit by sudden dust storm accompanied by strong winds and rain.

  • Two stabbed in different places

    Indore : Two persons were stabbed at two separate places by unidentified people on Saturday morning. The accused could not be identified by police till filling of the report.

  • Cops undergo training to handle cybercrimes more effectively

    Mumbai : 4000 police personnel have been trained at cybercrime workshops conducted by the Mumbai police in association with advocate Pankaj Bafna, an expert in cybercrime. The training programmes were carried out to equip the police force with the skill to handle cybercrime cases at separate cyber cells implemented at every police station in Mumbai.

  • England’s young lions tasked with avenging 2014 shame

    “I believe this is a squad which we can be excited about. It is a young group, but with some really important senior players so I feel the balance of the squad is good, both in terms of its experience, its character and also the positional balance.”