Free Press Journal
  • Youth held for raping minor girl

    Rajahmundry (AP): A youth was arrested for allegedly raping a six-year-old girl in her house here, police said today.

  • DMRC contract workers protest outside Delhi CM’s house

    Ghaziabad: Contractual workers of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation today staged a protest outside Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Kaushambi residence demanding permanent employment.

  • Rwanda ex-spy chief ‘murdered’ in South Africa

    Nairobi: A former head of Rwanda’s external intelligence service was found strangled in a hotel in South Africa, where he has lived in exile for several years, his opposition party said today.

  • A mixed bag for Delhi Police in 2013

    New Delhi: The year gone by turned out to be a mixed bag for Delhi Police which busted the IPL spot-fixing case and arrested top LeT operative Abdul Karim Tunda but faced flak over the issue of women’s security.

  • Med aspirants end hunger stir

     Vijayvargiya gives assurance  Agitators will meet Medical Education Minister

  • Goon found murdered near Khatipura

    Indore: In a sensational incident, a listed criminal was found murdered behind Khatipura police post, on Wednesday evening. Sources claim that the goon was shot dead however, police have not yet concluded the cause of death and are waiting for the post mortem rept. According to SP ( East) OP Tripathi, body of a person was found at 6.30 pm on Wednesday behind Khatipura police post. The body also bore

  • IIM- I pays Rs 55- L as Service Tax

    • Six courses of the prestigious management institute came under the purview of Service Tax.
    •  IIM sought guidance over the 7 courses from HRD Ministry

    Indore: The Indian Institute of Management Indore ( IIMI) paid Rs 55 lakh as Service Tax to the Central Excise and Customs Department, on Wednesday. This tax was charged from IIM’s 6 courses. The Service tax liability over the rest of seven courses is under consideration. After

  • Ujjain dist PRO initiates paperless work from New ear

    Ujjain: The Ujjain district Public Relations Officer ( PRO) stepped into the world of social media by creating a page titled ‘ proujjain’ on the social networking site Facebook on the first day of New ear on Wednesday. Paperless news release system was initiated in all district Public Relations Offices of the division from Wednesday. Divisional Commissioner AK Pandey inaugurated the service.

  • Two terrorists shifted to Bhopal after HC orders

    Ujjain: Two terrorists imprisoned in Bhairavgarh Central Jail were shifted to Bhopal amidst tight security following the High Court orders on Tuesday night. A team of Anti Terrorists Squad ( ATS) took the terrorists to Bhopal. According to sources, a team of ATS arrived in the city on Tuesday night.

  • Grain distributed to poor people

    Ujjain:Lions Club Ujjain Mahakal and uva Manch Satsang Samiti jointly distributed 10 kg wheat each to poor elderly person on the occasion of New ear under. According to Kamal Maheshwari, this is the eight year of the such distribution. Birthday of founder of uva Manch Satsang Samiti Gopal Bagarwal was celebrated on

  • Lions Club Kshipra organises pilgrimage

    Ujjain : Lions Club Ujjain Kshipra president SK Singh and secretary Ravindra Bharadwaj, chief advisor Praveen Khandelwal informed that a religious visit of 52 pilgrims was held under the guidance of conveners Ashwin Mehta, Ashok Solanki, Brijmohan Mantri and others. Pilgrims visited Mathura, Vrindawan, Mahavirji, Mehandipur Balaji and other places.

  • Dense fog envelopes city on New ear day

    Ujjain: Dense fog covered the city on Wednesday as the day temperature dropped to 19 degree Celsius. Even the minimum temperature on Tuesday night was recorded at 14.2 degree Celsius.On the first day of New ear, the sun was not visible due to fog and cloudy weather. The city remained under fog throughout the day. Due to dense fog, visibility was too low that vehicles had problems to cover the

  • Anderson record blitz as Kiwis overwhelm Windies

    Queenstown (New Zealand): New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson cracked the fastest century in One-Day International cricket history on Wednesday as New Zealand thrashed the West Indies by 159 runs in a rain-shortened third ODI.His whirlwind performance in partnership with Jesse Ryder, who smacked the sixth fastest century of all time in that form of the game, took New Zealand to 283-4 in a match reduced to 21 overs each side.

  • England not in a great place, admits Haddin

    Sydney: England are in disarray and their ragged fielding indicates the team is breaking apart heading into this week’s final Ashes Test, Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin stated on Wednesday.England are struggling to avoid a 5-0 Ashes series whitewash after heavy defeats in all four Tests. They passed up the chance of a nets session at the Sydney Cricket Ground two days before the start of the fifth Test.“I don’t think