Free Press Journal
  • Monkeys hurt elderly man

    Ujjain : An elderly man was injured by some berserk monkeys in nearby village Chikli on Thursday evening. Old man was rushed to hospital.According to sources, Babu, 60, son of Peer Khan, resident of Chikli under Ingoria police station was injured by a troupe of monkeys.

  • Mumbai fade away in pace

    Maha pacers wrap up hosts for a meagre 129 on a day which saw 14 wickets fall

  • Medical Board can inspect Ayurvedic & Unani dispensaries

    Ujjain : MP Ayurvedic and Unani Treatment and Natural Medical Board, Bhopal has the right to inspect the Ayurvedic, Unani and natural dispensaries run by doctors in the State.

  • Murdrer sentenced to life imprisonment

    Ujjain: Four murder accused was sentenced life imprisonment by local court here on Friday. Court also posed fine of Rs 30, 000 on accused under Section 302, 307, 147, 148 and 452 of IPC. SP Anurag informed in a press release that complainant Kalabai had lodged a complaint Kalabai at Badnagar police station on April 10, 2012.

  • Argentina stun Netherlands, Oz secure fighting win

    New Delhi: The opening day of the Hero Hockey World League Final witnessed a major upset as lower-ranked Argentina put up a spirited display to outclass London Olympic silver medallist Netherlands 5-2, while world number two Australia eked out a narrow 3-2 win over Belgium in Pool B at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on the opening day of HWL Final held in Delhi.

  • Language is identity of our existence: Dr Ishaque

    Ujjain: Man’s existence on this earth lies in the language spoken by him. Language should be error free and should be spoken correctly. One should have habit of reading English and Hindi dictionary and a level of language speaking should be maintained.

  • Rafa to face Tomic in first round

    Sydney : World number one Rafael Nadal will play rising Australian star Bernard Tomic in the opening round of the Australian Open.The Spaniard, who won the tournament in 2009 and missed last year’s opening Grand Slam through injury, faces a testing first round encounter against the world number 52.

  • National Hindi Workshop today

    Ujjain : Department of Hindi of Government Madhav Arts, Commerce and Law College is organising a national workshop on Hindi titled ‘ Interrelation of Language, Literature and Society’ on Saturday in association with University Grant Commission. According to principal Dr LN Verma, national workshop will be inaugurated by litterateur Dr Vijaybahadur Singh from Bhopal at Gandhi Hall at 10.30 am. Senior poet and thinker Prof Saroj Kumar will be present

  • New year, old story

    India lose HWL opener to England by 0-2

  • We failed to cash in on right time : Walsh

    New Delhi: India looked completely out of sorts against England in their opening match of the Hero Hockey World League Final but chief coach Terry Walsh said the result of the match could have been different had his wards capitalised on their moments in the game.

  • Bopanna-Qureshi in final of Sydney International

    Sydney: India’s Rohan Bopanna and his Pakistani partner Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi maintained their winning run in the men’s doubles competitions of Sydney International tennis to reach the final with a comprehensive win over Lukas Rosol and Joao Sousa at the Ken Rosewall Arena here.

  • Tough opening for Somdev at Australian Open

    Melbourne: India’s top tennis player Somdev Devvarman was on Friday handed a tough draw at the Australian Open as he is pitted against World No. 27 Feliciano Lopez of Spain in the first round of the men’s singles event here.Somdev, who has not being able to go past the second round in three attempts here, may face World No.4 Andy Murray of Britain if he manages to make the third round of

  • Siddhi outplays Sanya

    Mumbai: Lanky Siddhi Kolekar, of Dahisar’s Poorna Prajna School, mixing aggression with caution in good measure, downed Sanya Ferwani 11-8, 11-7, 11-6 to move into the junior girls singles semi-finals of the Poinsur Gymkhana All- Mumbai Promotional table tennis tournament, held at their premises here on Friday.

  • No Arjuna Award for dope offenders

    New Delhi: The sports ministry Friday made it clear that dope offenders won’t be considered for Arjuna Award or Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna. The ministry also said that coaches of the dope tainted athletes too won’t be considered for the Dhyan Chand Award.

  • Hosts Central, holders Western clash in semis

    Mumbai: Hosts Central set up a semi-final clash with holders Western as they failed to get past last year’s runner’s up Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala at the Mahindra Stadium on Friday. Their goal keeper Rajani’s heroics helped them to keep their rivals at bay for almost 50 minutes. Rajani even saved a penalty stroke from Anuradha Thokchom mid way through the second half.

  • State veterans TT at PJ Hindu Gym

    Mumbai:The Uttam Chandarana Memorial Maharashtra State Veterans Table Tennis Championship, co-sponsored by Polycab, will be hosted by P.J. Hindu Gymkhana on January 11 and 12.The tournament has attracted 200 individual entries that include stalwarts Sunil Babras and Prakash Kelkar and 45 teams in which Jain Sports of Solapur are the favourites. The winners will represent State at the forthcoming Veterans Nationals in Dharamsala.

  • Central Bank enter semis

    Mumbai: Central Bank of India put up a solid combined performance to record and authoritative 3-0 win over local outfit Sporting Union, Indore to storm in the semi-final round of the Prakash Sonkar Memorial Gold Cup All-India football tournament, played at the Municipal ground, Indore.

  • Savio Cup gets US flavour

    Mumbai: Defending champion Sportspower, from USA will enthrall basketball lovers in Mumbai with their skills once again, having confirmed participation in the 9th Savio Cup Basketball Tournament, being organised by the Don Bosco Recreation Centre, at the school campus in Matunga from January 11 to 18, 2014.