Free Press Journal
  • Teacher shot at, critical

    Husband of a sarpanch along with his brother beat up a school teacher and later opened fire on him, injuring critically on Saturday.

  • Padma Shree dancer to perform at MIT on Sep 10

    Manipuri dance artist and Padma Shree winner Darshana Jhaveri will perform under Speak Mackay, Ujjain Chapter programme at Mahakal Institute of Management here on September 10.

  • Three children drown in pond

    Ujjain: Three children who went to bath were drowned a pond at village Ordi, Bhatpachlana here on Saturday.

  • Nodal level Basketball tourney inaugurated at MIPS

    Nodal level Basketball competition inaugurated at Mahakal Institute of Pharmaceutical Science ( MIPS) here on Saturday. Sporty personality of state Ritu Sharma was chief guest of programme and special guest was MIPS Director Dr SC Mahajan.

  • Letting India Down

    The political class has let down India, writes  Dr. GAUTAM SEN.

  • The Saroj Khan Story

    PIROJ WADIA reviews a documentary on Saroj Khan, the choreographer par excellence.

  • Weekly Horoscope : 9th Sept – 15th Sep’12

    Aries: Change in the planetary position of Mercury might bring some obstacles in your business deals and even disputes on unnecessary things. Start of the week will be good and will see a boost in your confidence level which will help you to face problems in the days to come.

  • Serials go places

    To break the monotony of over the top indoor drama, serials are now being shot on exotic outdoor Indian and foreign
    locations, finds out A. L. CHOUGULE.

  • Modesty Accessories

    V GANGADHAR talks about a new  invention that might help do away with evils like ogling, eve teasing and celebrating Valentines Days.

  • Agony Aunt

    Dr. Anjali Chhabria Answers Personal Queries.

  • Engagement


  • Bhatt, Naturally!

    Alia Bhatt is no ordinary girl. The scion of the famous Bhatt family, she has inherited the acting genes, and that of directing as well, but did you know she is an equally stunning orator? Learn more of the next Bhatt on the block as Alia speaks her heart to Lipika Varma.

  • ‘I won’t blow my own trumpet’

    From his choices in films to the ‘much speculated’ love life and plans of co-producing films, actor Neil Nitin Mukesh talks about all that matters in an exclusive with Ankita Kanabar.

  • BJP should ask its CMs to quit: Sibal

    Lucknow : The Congress launched a fresh offensive on the Coalgate row on Saturday with Union Ministers Kapil Sibal, M Veerappa Moily and Ghulam Nabi Azad taking on the BJP which has vowed to take its fight to the streets after not allowing Parliament to function.

  • Vote for clean, honest candidates, says Anna

    Ralegan Siddhi (Maha) : Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare, who has made it clear he will neither float a political party nor contest polls, on Saturday said people should elect their representatives on the basis of their record of social service and strength of character.

  • Khar drops K-word, Krishna rakes 26/11

     However, arch-rivals ink pact on a liberalised visa regime; but concern on terror remains .