Free Press Journal
  • Property fraud case handed over to SC/ ST police station

    Ujjain: A property fraud case worth Rs 22 lakh was handed over to SC/ ST police station by the Neelganga police. Ghanshyam Patidar, Sarpanch Kashiram and his nephew Tolaram, all residents of Raghopipliya village showed six bigha land to Madan Rathore, partner Rajendra Bhusari of Nanda Nagar Indore in village Dendia.

  • Muslim clerics, Cong leaders meet Guv; demand impartial probe

    Ujjain: A delegation of the Muslim clerics and Congress leaders of the district met Governor Ramnaresh adav at Raj Bhavan, Bhopal on Monday. While furnishing various evidences, they tried to apprise him about the acts of some Hindu organisation activists who tried to disturb communal harmony.

  • State Bar Council election today

    Ujjain: Triennial election of the State Bar Council will be organised at Kothi Palace premises on Tuesday. According to district Bar Association president Mastan Singh Chhabra, about 2140 lawyers will cast their votes during the polling. 134 candidates will contest the election for different posts of officebearers.

  • Seminar on sensitivity boosting held

    Ujjain : A divisional- level sensitivity boosting and legal training seminar was organised at Hotel Shanti Palace in the presence of IG V Madhu Kumar and IG Indore Zone Dr Asha Mathur on Monday. The seminar was organised for police, officials and employees of the Tribal, SC/ ST community. 60 police officials attended the seminar. Lectures and discussions were organised on the issues including concept of weaker class, women empowerment,

  • Nyas’ meeting held

    Ujjain : A meeting of regional executive committee of MP uva Shiv Sena Gau Raksha Nyas was organised at its office in Akhand Mahakal colony in Jaysingpura on Sunday in the presence of regional president Manish Singh Chauhan. According to district president Rahul Medawat and state vice- president Hari Barediya, it was decided during the meeting that the city should be declared as a religious one with the consent of

  • ABVP initiates Swami Vivekanand Sandesh atra

    Ujjain: Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad ( ABVP) initiated Swami Vivekanand Sandesh atra in the district from Tarana tehsil on January 4. atra will proceed to Mahidpur from Tarana and from where it will move to Nagda, Khachrod and it will reach at Barnagar on January 10 and will conclude in Ujjain on January 13. City secretary Nitin Bizapari, Manish Dodiya, Shivam Rathore, Nikhil Bharadwaj, Raghwendra Chaturvedi, Mahesh Bharti, Anshul Nagar

  • Academic improvements Educationists should give suggestions to govt: Jain

    Ujjain: Educationists, students and public should suggest for making improvements in education system. Government will ponder over the suggestions and will take decisions. One cannot succeed in the life without blessings of the teacher. Suggestions of teachers are necessary to improve the level of education.

  • CAG can audit telecom firms in 2G case: HC

    New Delhi :  In a landmark judgment, the Delhi High Court on Monday ruled that the Comptroller and Auditor General can audit the accounts of private telecom companies.

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  • Just to blame Viru for Delhi’s ouster not fair, says Gambhir

    New Delhi: Putting his weight behind the embattled Virender Sehwag, senior opener and Delhi captain Gautam Gambhir said it is unfair to solely blame the swashbuckler’s poor form for the team’s early ouster from the Ranji Trophy.Sehwag’s wretched form with the bat has been a talking point this Ranji season in which he has scored 234 runs at an average of less than 20 in 13 innings.

  • Schumi’s will indicates family as beneficiaries

    France: Three years before his ski accident, Formula One legend Michael Schumacher had made a will of distributing his 750 million pounds (over $1 billion) cash, cars and property empire among his wife and two children.According to Daily Mail, in 2010, the seven-time Formula One World Champion admitted that he had made a will for the first time, telling a German magazine: “Yes, I have made my testament because I am a

  • Zol’s groin problem is a concern: Bhave

    Mumbai: Maharashtra are a bit concerned about the fitness of India’s triumphant under-19 captain Vijay Zol, who has a troublesome groin, but are hopeful that he will be fit for their Ranji Trophy quarter final against defending champions Mumbai, commencing here on Wednesday.Zol, who led the country’s colts to the Asia Cup title with a century in the final against arch-foes Pakistan in Sharjah on Saturday, has consulted a doctor

  • Cops block IAS officer’s complaint against Modi

    Gandhinagar : The ‘snoopgate’ controversy took a new turn on Monday with suspended IAS officer, Pradeep Sharma, claiming that the Gujarat police had refused to entertain a criminal complaint that he wanted to lodge against chief minister Narendra Modi in the state capital on Monday.

  • Youngsters need to have hunger for Tests: Jaffer

    Mumbai:Wasim Jaffer asked the youngsters to strike a right balance between T20 cricket and the traditional formats of the game for reaping rewards.”If you ask any cricketer, the hardest form is Test cricket because there are no short-cuts. The shorter the game gets, it gets a lot easier. That is probably one thing.

  • Lusofonia Games free for spectators

    Panaji: The much-awaited Lusofonia Games, beginning in the state from January 18, will not be ticketed and sports aficionados can watch the sporting event without paying any entry fee.Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar made this announcement here today following a meeting with Lusofonia Games Organising Committee (LUGOC) officials, wherein the decision to scrap the the ticketing process was taken.
    “The idea behind opening the gates for public is to attract maximum

  • Have worked hard on my fitness: Pujara

    Mumbai: Cheteshwar Pujara, who has climbed to his career-best fifth in the ICC Test rankings for batsmen after a fine series in South Africa, said he had worked very hard on the fitness in the last six months after his knee surgery in 2011.Pujara aggregated 280 runs in the recently-concluded two-Test series against South Africa.

  • Piyush bags tennis title

    Mumbai:Six footer Piyush Salekar from Pune downed fourth seeded Kaivalya Kalamse from Nanded 6-4, 6-4 to bag the boys under-16 title in the All India Ranking Championship Series tennis tournament, hosted by Chembur Gymkhana at their courts on Monday. The corresponding title in the girls singles went to top seeded Dakshata Patel, who made short work of Serah Menezes 6-1, 6-1.