Free Press Journal
  • Lok Ayukta police submit chalan against Parulekar

    Ujjain:In a case filed against Mahidpur MLA Kalpana Parulekar on June 24, 2011 for misusing government fund and her post, the Lok Ayukta police on Saturday submitted a chalan before the special court.

  • Disciples pray for peace on Buddha Jayanti

    Ujjain: Gautam Buddha’s disciples on Saturday celebrated his birth anniversary with religious fervor and gusto and send a message of peace and harmony among people.

  • Rickshaw driver with six cartons of illicit liquor held

    Ujjain:Police arrested an auto- rickshaw driver with six cartons of illicit country made liquor while patrolling at Shastri Nagar Square here on Friday midnight.

  • Gehlot visits training camp

     Ujjain: Municipal Speaker Sonu Gehlot on Friday visited the athletics summer training camp being organised at Mahananda Nagar Athletics Ground by Ujjain District Athletics Association.

  • Police book in- laws for exploiting woman

     Ujjain: Neelganga Police booked in- laws of a woman for forcing her to abort pregnancy and exploitation for dowry here on Saturday.

  • Netas want him sacked

    New Delhi : N Srinivasan may have put up a brave face by outrightly rejecting demands for his resignation but Union minister for Parliamentary Affairs Kamal Nath feels that the Tamil Nadu strongman’s position has become “untenable.”

  • Vidyarthi Panel celebrates foundation day

    Ujjain:Vidyarthi Panel celebrated its second foundation day on the office premises located at Budhwaria, on Saturday. Addressing the occasion, founder president Sudarshan Goyal said that Vidyarthi Panel will soon form its unit in other Universities of the State.

  • Rivals plotting moves to oust stubborn Srini

    Mumbai/Kolkata : BCCI President N Srinivasan’s rivals were today said to be plotting a strategy to seek his ouster even as he remained defiant rejecting demands for his resignation in the wake of the arrest of his son-in-law and CSK team owner Gurunath Meiyappan on betting charges, reports PTI.

  • Final Hurdle

    Mumbai take on Chennai in a bid to win their first IPL trophy (more…)

  • Chennai have the upper hand, says Karthik

    CSK have the upper hand of having played in five finals. For me and many in the team, we would be playing our first final. Some, second.

  • V C Shukla, injured

    Cong leaders killed in major Maoist attack

    Raipur : Carrying out a major attack, Naxals today targeted a convoy of Congress leaders in Chhattisgarh’s Jagdalpur district killing 17 people including Congress senior leader Mahendra Karma and injuring 20 others, including former union minister V C Shukla, reports PTI.


    Sakshi might be questioned

    Kolkata : With IPL-6 finals tomorrow at Eden Gardens here, the cricketing scene has turned ugly with the detective department of Kolkata Police along with the special task force of Delhi Police planning to question Sakshi Dhoni, wife of Chennai Super Kings, which has reached the finals.

  • Harbhajan credits Kumble for success

    Kolkata : Out-of-favour off-spinner Harbhajan Singh credited Anil Kumble for his impressive comeback in the IPL, which has helped Mumbai Indians set up a summit clash with CSK, and said encouraging words from the former India captain helped him regain his lost mojo.

  • Dravid against banning T20 league

    You’ve to deal with the challenges. If you completely throw away the tournament, it’s like throwing away the baby with the bath water Rahul Dravid

  • Quiet marriage anniversary for Sachin

    Kolkata: The last time Sachin Tendulkar was here in the city, he celebrated his 40th birthday, this time it’s his 18th marriage anniversary though he is observing the occasion a day later the exact date.

  • Rahul to retire from IPL after CL?

    Kolkata: Rajasthan Royals skipper Rahul Dravid has indicated that he will retire from IPL, after the Champions League T20 later this year.

  • Tendulkar unlikely to play in final: Wright

    At this stage, Sachin is doubtful for finals. It’s unlikely. We’ll take a final call before the match John Wright Mumbai coach

  • Bhupathi launches tennis league

    Super stars such as Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Andre Aggasi and Pete Sampras have promised to feature in the league