Free Press Journal
  • Saviours do the job

    Smith, Haddin bail out tottering Australians

  • Chaturvedi’s deputation period ends on Feb 4

    Indore: Deputation of KN Chaturvedi as Exam Controller of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) is ending in the middle of first semester exams. February 4 will be his last day in the university. When he would bid adieu to this university, the first exam exams starting on January 6 would be midstream.

  • Steve relishes home ton

    Sydney: Steve Smith savoured an Ashes Test century on his home Sydney Cricket Ground Friday to put Australia in a strong position for a 5-0 series clean sweep over beleaguered England.It was the 24-year-old’s second hundred of the series and his third in Ashes cricket as he combined with the irrepressible Brad Haddin to shift the momentum Australia’s way after the home side was tottering at 97 for five. Smith, who hit

  • S- I caught red handed receiving bribe of Rs 1000

    Ujjain: The Lok Aayukta sleuths caught a police sub- inspector ( S- I) red handed accepting bribe of Rs 1000 from an autogarage owner here on Friday.

  • Miscreants snatch gold chain from girl

    Ujjain: Two bike borne miscreants robbed off a girl’s gold chain near SS Hospital at 3 pm on Friday. Police registered an FIR against unidentified accused under Section 392 of IPC. According to Madhav Nagar police, victim Ritu Lashkari, 27, resident of Manchhaman Nagar was riding on Activa along with his younger

  • Family hails the ‘fighter’ in Schumi as he turns 45 as driver turns 45 in coma

    Grenoble (France): Michael Schumacher’s family hailed the Formula One legend as a fighter ‘who will not give up’, as he spent his 45th birthday on Friday lying in a coma in a French hospital following a skiing accident.The retired seven-time world champion slammed his head against a rock on Sunday while skiing in the French Alps and has had two operations to remove bleeding and pressure on his

  • Muslim clerics oppose ATS’ action demand CBI enquiry

    Ujjain: Several Muslim clerics under the leadership of City Quazi Khaliqurrehman on Friday charged the Anti- Terrorist Squad ( ATS) of the Madhya Pradesh Police for unnecessarily targeting the Muslim youths in the name of their involvement in fake terrorist activities.

  • Confident Paul aims big in his Danish sojourn

    Kolkata: India’s top shot-stopper Subrata Paul is neither excited nor intimidated in his endeavour to become the first player in independant India to play for a first division club in Europe as he gets ready for his six-month stint at Denmark’s FC Vestsjaelland.

  • Eve teaser thrashed publicly; handed over to police

    Ujjain: An eve teaser was thrashed badly and was handed over to police by angry crowd on Friday. Accused eve teaser had been teasing a girl working at Hero Honda showroom located at Dewas Road for long time. According to Madhav Nagar police, accused eve teaser uvraj, son of Bhupendra Singh, resident of Ved Nagar was arrested for teasing a girl at Dewas Road. Accused had been sending obscene SMSs

  • Purse containing jewelry, mobile, ATM cards stolen

    Ujjain : Some unidentified miscreants stole a purse belonging to a woman from Hotel Vikramaditya on Thursday night. The purse was containing gold & silver jewelry, mobile phone, driving license and keys. Victim lodged a complaint at Neelganga police station.

  • List to be made for additional land allotted to Govt depts: Collector

    Ujjain: Collector BM Sharma took a meeting of officials regarding land allotment at Brahaspathi Bhavan at 1 pm on Friday. Collector asked concerned officials to prepare a list of such allotment of lands for officials departments in the district where land allotted was more than the requirement.

  • Ashok Chavan to campaign for Congress

    Mumbai :   Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) President Manikrao Thakre has indicated that former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, who is being investigated in the Adarsh scam, will be politically rehabilitated and participate in the election campaign.

  • Yuki bows out, Wawrinka enter Chennai Open semis

    Chennai: Yuki Bhambri and India’s singles challenge came crashing down at the ATP Chennai Open as the the Delhi youngster lost his quarterfinal 3-6, 3-6 to fifth seed Canadian Vasek Pospisil, here on Friday.It was a humongous task for India’s big hope Yuki to take on the world number 32 but he was subdued in the 69-minute contest and could never really trouble his rival.

  • Hosp staff still reluctant to press thumb on machine

    Ujjain: After the installation of biometric thumb impression machine at district hospital on January 1, most of the staff members are still reluctant to record their presence through the machine. Hospital administration will take action against those who would not record their presence on the machine.

  • Doctor ‘kills herself’ with anesthesia

    Mumbai :  A 26-year-old resident doctor working with the Jaslok Hospital was found dead by her colleague in the campus room where she resided. She allegedly committed suicide by injecting herself with an overdose of anesthesia. However, no suicide note was found at the spot.

  • Kalidas Montessori School celebrates annual day

    Ujjain: Three day long annual day celebrations of Kalidas Montessori Senior Secondary School, Madhav Nagar branch was kicked off on Thursday with the performances of students.

  • Captain Gopinath joins Aam Aadmi

     Bangalore: Exemplifying growing political activism of top professionals and corporate figures, Captain Gopinath, who pioneered the low-cost airline business in the country, on Friday joined the Aam Aadmi Party.

  • Ton-up Mathews helps Sri Lanka foil Pakistan

    Abu Dhabi: Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews hit a pugnacious hundred to pull Sri Lanka out of trouble on the fourth day of the first cricket Test against Pakistan in here on Friday.Mathews notched up 116 not out under pressure for his second Test hundred and put on invaluable 138-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Dinesh Chandimal (89) and 99 for the unfinished sixth wicket with Prasanna

  • 41 members waiting for possession of MPHB houses

    Ujjain: 41 beneficiaries who got registered for the houses to be built by MP Housing Board ( MPHB) in 2008 have been waiting for possession of houses. Six years have been past since 41 members got registered for 1500 square feet deluxe MIG houses.