Free Press Journal
  • Fine arts students protest over college timing

    Indore: Irked over finding locks on the main gate of their campus, students of Government Fine Arts College, on Saturday staged a demonstration forcing the college authorities to shelve the rule of closing the gate after 9 am. The time to report at the college was 9 am. The college recently had made a rule that the main entrance would be shut after 9 am and the late comers would not be

  • Y-C mess: police investigations over

    Indore: Tukoganj police completed inquiry into a complaint lodged by ashwant Club Secretary Sunil Bajaj against Club president Pummy Chabra of tempering of Club meeting minutes. The probe report would now be forwarded to higher- ups in the police department for action.

  • Caught napping again

    Indian bowlers dominate as Clarke scores a fighting 91

  • Police solve blind murder, one held

    Indore: Police solved the blind murder of a loader in Sadar Bazaar area some time ago and arrested a loader, who worked with the deceased, for the murder on Saturday. The accused murdered his co- worker merely because he had forcibly taken money from him. The accused is being questioned. According to police, an auto- rickshaw driver came to Sadar Bazaar police station and informed TI Preeti Bathari that a naked body

  • Thousands throng Mahakaleshwar as Shivnavratri festival begins

    Ujjain : Thousands of devotees thronged Mahakaleshwar temple on the first day of Shivnavratri on Saturday. The festival is celebrated once in two years only at  Mahakaleshwar temple and the ‘ Jyotirlingam’ was attractively decorated on the first day of the fortnight festival on Saturday. The ‘ shivling’ was adorned

  • WRMS protests Gulabganj violence

    Ujjain: Western Railway Majdoor Sangh ( WRMS) members protested the Gulabganj violence by attending their duties tying black armbands on Saturday. According to WREU block president Jasvindar Singh, all the workers participated in the silent protest against the killing of railway employee PWS Bhagwandas at Gulabganj railway station near Vidisha by a

  • Police release abducted youth

    Ujjain: Police released a youth from the clutches of three miscreants at Chaumahala under Jharda police circle on Saturday. According to the police, Balu Singh ( 25), son of Chandar Singh, a resident of Narla village near Barod went to Indaukh for some work on Thursday. Kripal Singh and his brothers- Govind Singh and Surey Singh- abducted him from there.

  • All three scalps were big: Kumar

    All three wickets were satisfying. Warner, Cowan and Watson have been scoring runs for Australia and I was happy to dismiss all three of them. It was always a dream to play Test for India and I was very happy when I got my first wicket. It could not have been better than this.
    Bhuvneshwar Kumar

  • Final voters’ list published at Press Club

    Ujjain: After resolving 33 claims and objections, final list of voters was published at the office of Society for Press Club on Saturday. Press Club election will be held on March 17. Chief election officer, advocate Vinay Ojha, assistant election officer Pranav Garg and legal advisor of Press Club PC Gupta resolved all the claims and objections while matching them with record of Press Club.

  • Gamblers arrested with cash, mobile phones

    Ujjain: Kharakuan police raided a gambling den located at Kalalseri and arrested ten gamblers along with Rs 10,000 and mobile phones on Friday. According to information, a police team raided the gambling den on third floor of Gopal Neemas’s house at Kalalseri following a tip- off on Friday night.

  • Stones can come from our side too, Raj to Ajitdada

    MNS chief Raj Thackeray today dared NCP leader Ajit Pawar to intimidate his party without the help of the state apparatus, saying stones can come from “our side” too in an escalating war of words between the two leaders from Maharashtra.

  • Re- survey of Sewarkhedi dam begins

    Ujjain: Re- survey of much hyped Sevarkhedi Dam project began here on Friday. According to Water Resources Department Executive Engineer SP Soni, a team of surveyors initiated a the exercise. Sevarkhedi village was surveyed while 75 percent survey of village Alampur was also done on Friday. The villagers also cooperated in the survey work. The survey report will be produced before State government soon.

  • Bird watching programme held at Narsinga

    Ujjain: A bird watching programme for the students was held under the aegis of Government High School Narsinga near Chambal River at Narsinga. According to principal Qamar Ali, hundreds of students watched birds of different species under National Environment Awareness Programme. Environmentalist and Government School for Excellence teacher Brajesh Sharma delivered interesting information of birds to students. Rajendra Thakur and Jagdish Pandya welcomed the guests. Eco Club incharge Mukesh Sukwaya

  • The Curious Tale of Nazli Raffiya

    Danish Khan probes why the Begum of Janjira near Mumbai fought tooth and nail to preserve her title and legacy.

  • NK youth spread Vasudev Kutumbakam message

    Ujjain: More than 150 participants danced, sung songs and gave message of unity through Vasudev Kutumbakam and Sarvadharm Sambhav in Nehru uva Kendra’s ( NK) rally taken out from Jain Dharmshala here on Saturday. Rally traversed through the main squares of Freeganj and nearby areas. Participants danced with enthusiasm during the rally.

  • ‘I have nothing to prove’

    I don’t have to prove  anything to anyone after a long successful career. So, I will look to just play for myself Jwala Gutta

  • Bhupathi-Llodra win Dubai event

    Dubai: Mahesh Bhupathi won the first title of the 2013 season when he combined with French man Michael Llodra to edge past Robert Lindstedt and Nenand Zimonjic in the final of the Dubai Tennis event on Saturday. Unseeded Bhupathi and Llodra downed the third seeded rivals 7-6 (6) 7-6 (6) in the fiercely fought final. It was Bhupathi’s fifth title in Dubai.
    He first won the Dubai title in 1998 with Leander Paes,