Free Press Journal
  • MGM students demand cancellation of DMAT

    Indore: Students of MGM Medical College accused private medical colleges of fraud in allotment of seats in PG courses and demanded cancellation of ensuing DMAT exam.

  • Demarcation of Asharam ashram land completed

    Indore: A team of district administration officers on Saturday completed demarcation of land of Asharam Bapu ashram in the presence of High Court Commissioner, Aniket Naik. In order to clear doubts of ashram, the demarcation of a few points would be conducted on February 1. On January 4, the team had demarcated only two

  • Demarcation of Asharam ashram land completed

    Indore: A team of district administration officers on Saturday completed demarcation of land of Asharam Bapu ashram in the presence of High Court Commissioner, Aniket Naik. In order to clear doubts of ashram, the demarcation of a few points would be conducted on February 1. On January 4, the team had demarcated only two points.

  • CAT: Dissatisfied candidates likely to reach IIM- I tomorrow

    Indore: An IIM- Indore aspirant ash Garg, who had created ruckus at Indian Institute of Management- Indore, on Friday alleging flaw in evaluation of answer sheets, said that many more candidates would come to the institute, on Monday and lodge their grievances related to the CAT and seek revaluation.

  • Stage set, Free Press’ on- the- spot painting contest today

    • Elaborate arrangements at Kalidas Academy premises
    • Proceedings to start at 9.30 am

    Ujjain: All arrangements have been made at the Kalidas Sanskrit Academy premises in view of Free Press’ third ‘ On- the- Spot’ painting competition, to be held on Sunday.

  • Panchayat Secy caught red handed accepting bribe of Rs 1500

    Ujjain:Lok Ayukta sleuths caught a Panchayat Secretary red handed accepting bribe of Rs 1500 from a person, here on Saturday.According to Lok Ayukta inspector Basant Srivastava, complainant Mukesh, resident of Ajampura of Ghattia Tehsil, informed that Panchayat Secretary Sajjan Singh Parmar demanded bribe of Rs 1500 for approval of Rs 35,000

  • Rabies vaccination out of stock, patients face inconvenience

    Ujjain: As many as six people were rushed to district hospital after they were bitten by dogs here on Saturday.Patients had to undergo lot of pain as Rabies vaccination was unavailable at the hospital.Rabies vaccination went out of stock couple of days back in district hospital. Hospital authority hanged a notice board

  • City wrestler Akash wins Ratlam Mahapaur Kesri title

    Ujjain: City wrestler Akash Mali won the title of Mahapaur Kesri during the Wrestling Championship organised by Ratlam Municipal Corporation recently.

  • DRM inspects city railway station

    Ujjain: Ratlam Railway DRM Lalitha Venketraman reached here to inspect the railway station on Saturday. DRM reached Ujjain at 6 pm and made inspection of arrangements regarding Simhastha Fair- 2016. DRM’s scheduled arrival was at 11 am, but she got delayed due to inspection of Dewas railway station.

  • The African showdown

    Kenya-Ethiopia rivalry set to dominate the city marathon

  • Lalita Babar to focus on CWG qualification

    If  I qualify for CWG, then it would be very good. It is more important to qualify than win among the Indian athletes, because I want to participate in the Asian Games and Commonwealth Games Lalith Babar Indian runner

  • Sharapova struggles into the fourth round

    Melbourne: Russian third seed Maria Sharapova battled into the Australian Open fourth round on Saturday with a hard-fought, straight-sets win over Alize Cornet.The four-time Grand Slam champion came through her match on Rod Laver Arena 6-1, 7-6 (8/6) in one hour 51 minutes, but Sharapova’s killer instinct deserted her in the second set when she failed to serve out for the victory, forcing a tiebreak. “She started playing better when

  • Pat Cash slams ‘out of control’ Aussie fans

    Melbourne: Tennis icon Pat Cash has criticised fans as being “out of control” at the Australian Open after wild scenes during home hope Nick Kyrgios’s loss to Benoit Paire.Cash said he was embarrassed at the crowd’s baiting of the French seed and warned there could be a repeat of the tournament’s infamous crowd violence.

  • Rampaging Rafa fires warning salvo

    Dispatches Monfils to take another decisive step towards clinching his 14th Grand Slam title

  • Australia look to widen England’s scars

    The Oz in their old-brutal best, will hope to pile on more misery after Faulkner’s heroics snatched victory from the luckless visitors on Friday

  • Clarke hails Faulkner as new `Bevan`

    Sydney: Australian captain Michael Clarke has reportedly hailed all-rounder James Faulkner as the team’s ‘new Michael Bevan’ following his match-winning inning at the Gabba on Saturday in the second ODI against England on Friday. Left with No. 11 Clint McKay for company and 57 runs still needed, Faulkner (69 not out) hit 12 from the final over and calmly closed out the match with three consecutive boundaries in the final over to

  • HWL performance gave India self belief: Walsh

    New Delhi: India finished sixth ahead of Olympic champions Germany in Hero Hockey World League Final and its chief coach Terry Walsh after the match said his wards’ performance in the eight-nation event gave the past masters the self belief to take on any side in the world.

  • Will not experiment in NZ series: Dhoni

    Napier: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday ruled out experimenting too much with his settled team in the series against New Zealand but said the five-match rubber should serve as a good exposure to some of his players before the World Cup.

  • Fallah puts Maharashtra in command against Bengal

    Indore: Left-arm seamer Samad Fallah exposed the poor technique of Bengal’s batsmen with some incisive swing bowling to put Maharashtra in the driver’s seat on the first day of their Ranji Trophy semi-final in Indore on Saturday.Fallah wrecked havoc with the new ball claiming seven for 58 in 16.4 overs as Bengal were shot out for a paltry 114 in 41.4 overs. In reply, Maharashtra reached 164 for four at stumps taking