Free Press Journal
  • Humidity causes discomfort, rains likely by June 22

    Indore : With humidity level rising to unbearable level, the residents are eagerly waiting for monsoon to arrive. For residents, good news may not come very soon.

  • Iceland’s hero keeper did homework to psych out Lionel

    Moscow : Iceland goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson revealed Saturday how he worked on psyching out Argentine superstar Lionel Messi to make a penalty save that sealed a 1-1 draw with the footballing superpower.

  • US has separated 2,000 children from parents on Mexico border

    Washington : The US government has separated at least 2,000 children from their parents at the Mexico border since implementing a policy that results in such family separations, the Department of Homeland Security(DHS) has confirmed.

  • Property destroyed in two incidents of fire in city No one harmed  

    BHOPAL : DHFL Home loan finance company’s office on the third floor in Mansarover complex was gutted in fire which broke out at around 8:40 am on Saturday. Today being a Eid holiday, Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) Fire cell did not respond so Kolar Fire officer Pankaj Khare executed rescue operation and pressed the fire tenders to douse the fire.

  • Messi makes a mess of it

    Iceland holds 2014 finalists Argentina 1-1 in opener.

  • Harassed over loan, couple ends life

    Nashik : A couple allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison at their residence in Ambad locality in Nashik, due to “harassment” by five money-lenders, police said on Saturday. The incident took place on Friday and the deceased were identified as Vasudev Ambadas Jadhav (38) and his wife Sangita (34), the police informed.

  • Ronaldo toasts new career mark after hat-trick against Spain

    Sochi : Cristiano Ronaldo expressed his delight at setting another record in his remarkable career as his hat-trick against Spain on Friday allowed him to become just the fourth player to score in four World Cups.

  • ‘Ultrasound is stethoscope of 21st Century’

    Indore : India is nowhere behind any country terms of intensive care and most hospitals from across the globe sent their doctors to India for training on treating patients who are brought to hospitals in critical condition.

  • Raj Bhavan’s peacocks a big draw, take in mor(e) after the rains

    Mumbai : The immensely popular peacock sighting trips offered at the Governor’s bungalow, Raj Bhavan, will be back after a three-month break for the rains. Citizens have been making a beeline to undertake this tour. The sightings depend on one’s luck though, especially if one wants to see the birds in full plumage, as it were. Such beauty was on display last Thursday, +while on other days, weather permitting, the peacocks and

  • FM Malaiya to inaugurate Janta Clinic tomarrow

    Indore : State finance minister Jayant Malaiya will inaugurate Janta Clinic on Monday at Ram Nagar-Indra Nagar slum locality, where treatment and medicines will be available at concessional rates. Corporator of ward-6 Deepak Jain Teenu informed that the clinic will function daily from 9 am to noon, where experienced doctors will render service. Consultation and medicines will be provided at Rs 10 to patients. Camps will be organised at the clinic on

  • Trekker from Badlapur found dead in Uttarakhand

     Mumbai : A trekker from Badlapur, Harshad Apte, 33, has died in the Barasupa village of Uttarakhand. Apte, who lived near Gandhi Chowk, Badlapur, had embarked on a trek with 11 others, four of whom were also from Badlapur. The group had left on June 7. They were accompanied by two foreigners.

  • Nizhny Novgorod, a wonder or white elephant?

    Nizhny Novgorod : Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, a beautiful, gleaming USD 290 million (250 million euros) venue, makes its World Cup bow on Monday, playing host to South Korea and Sweden in a Group F clash.

  • ADG SAF seeks probe into role of commandant, deputy commandant

    BHOPAL : The ADG Vijay Yadav has written a letter to Indore SAF DIG RP Singh to conduct fresh investigation into the case in which an imposter Sonali Sharma was arrested on May 8 for staying at police officer’s mess by posing as the sister of addition director general of police (ADGP) Ajay Kumar Sharma.

  • Youth kills woman as paid sex deal turns sour

    BHOPAL : Police on Saturday arrested a youth for murdering a woman and dumping her body on the roadside in Ayodhya Nagar. A case has been registered against the accused under Section 302 of the IPC.


    The 26-year-old, who saw his time on the sidelines as one of the lowest points in his career so far, has looked in excellent spirits this week as Tite’s Brazil squad settle into their Russian base.