Free Press Journal
  • Youth festival is an opportunity to showcase talents: VC

    Ujjain: Youths are the abundant source of energy. It is the big responsibility of educational institutions that they should show right path to youths. outh Festival is an opportunity to exhibit the hidden talents of youths. ouths should dream with open eyes and they should make efforts to make those dreams come true. ouths were initiators of massive revolutions took place across the globe.

  • Discipline helps to achieve goal: SP

    Ujjain: ‘ Students get help to achieve their educational goals with disciples. Family cultivates culture in students and schools help to preserve and grow these cultures in students’, said SP Anurag Kumar during annual day celebration and release of annual magazine titled ‘ Disha’ of Lokmanya Tilak Vidya Vihar High School here on Thursday.

  • FIR AGAINST KEJRIWAL

    The Delhi Police have filed an FIR against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for violating Section 144 during his dharna outside Rail Bhawan. (more…)

  • Deal pushed by Modi aide spiked

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday pulled up Gujarat Revenue Minister Anandi-ben Patel for pushing an unlawful land transfer to a bauxite-based alumina unit in Kutch district.

  • Modi takes battle into Yadav camp

    Lucknow :  Thursday (January 23) was a cold day across eastern Uttar Pradesh, but the political atmosphere in these parts was charged by the almost simultaneous election speeches by Narendra Modi, Mulayam Singh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi, but at three different locations.

  • Gang rape fallout: Victim fights for life, SP removed

    Suri/Darjeeling :  Yielding to mounting pressure, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday shunted out Birbhum Superintendent of Police for failing to seek police remand for 13 accused in the gang rape of a tribal woman that has sparked public outrage.

  • A Haryanvi to Shinde’s rescue

    New Delhi :  It is a case of some unusual linguistic correlation and cross-reference. The Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, a Haryanvi, has come to the rescue of Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, a Maharashtrian, by drawing a parallel between the colloquial languages of the state two states.

  • Uddhav Thackeray forgets his civics primer

    Uddhav Thackeray forgets his civics primer

    Mumbai  :  In what can be dubbed as a ‘historical’ blunder (pun intended), Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray seems to have forgotten what he possibly learnt by rote in his civic class. A quintessential fact about January 26 and the Indian republic — that there is no speech on R-Day, just a parade. Also, the venue of the grand parade is Rajpath in New Delhi and not the Red Fort.

  • Federer eyes chance against stricken Nadal

    Melbourne : A rejuvenated Roger Federer may get his best chance to end his Grand Slam torment against Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open with the top seed plagued by a blister on his hand.The Swiss all-time Grand Slam champion has not beaten Nadal in five Slam encounters since his 2007 Wimbledon final triumph, in a period of dominance by the Spanish World No. 1.

  • Sania-Tecau pair advance

    Sania-Tecau pair prevailed over   Qureshi- Georges pair 6-3 6-4 in their quarterfinal clash which lasted just 63 minutes.

  • Li Na sets up summit clash with Cibulkova

    Melbourne: Chinese trailblazer Li Na marched towards a second Grand Slam title Thursday by blasting past teenager Eugenie Bouchard and into the Australian Open final, where she will face Dominika Cibulkova.The fourth seed steamrolled the rising Canadian 6-2, 6-4 to continue her stellar form at Melbourne Park where she has now reached three finals, as well as another semi-final and the fourth round over the past five years.

  • BCCI backs controversial ICC revamp plan

    India apparently wants its share of the global game’s money to reflect the proportion of revenue the country generates.

  • An all-Goan affair!

    Churchill to clash with Sporting Clube de Goa in Fed Cup final

  • Saina advances; Kashyap crashes out

    Lucknow: Established stars Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu marched into the women’s quarterfinals but all the top four seeds, including defending champion P Kashyap, crashed out of the men’s event in the Syed Modi International India Grand Prix on Thursday.

  • Man U clinch Juan Mata for £37 million

    London: Chelsea has reportedly accepted a 37 million-pound bid by Manchester United for their player Juan Mata, although United continue to deny having made a bid for the playmaker.The Spanish midfielder, who will have a medical on Thursday before completing a move to the defending Premier League champions, is expected to sign a four-and-a-half year deal at Old Trafford.

  • 5th HC Bench wriggles out of Adarsh case

    Mumbai :  Yet another bench of the Bombay High Court has recused itself from hearing a petition pertaining to Adarsh housing society.