Free Press Journal
  • ‘Alagiri said Stalin would die within 3 months’

    Hitting out at his elder son M. K. Alagiri, who was recently suspended, DMK chief M. Karunanidhi today said he had used harsh words against party treasurer and younger sibling Stalin saying he would die in three months.

  • Rahul lying about Gujarat riots, says BJP

    Rahul Gandhi lied in his comments on the Gujarat riots and his entire interview to a TV news channel was “bereft of an idea which could generate hope”, the BJP said Tuesday.
    Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said Gandhi’s interview with Times Now news channel was “a performance of evasion, which was amateurish, rank falsehood and unfortunately of rank ignorance”.

  • Battling cancer with nanoparticles: Indian scientists devise new strategy

    Upping the ante for a competent drug delivery system that specifically destroys cancer cells and ensures reduced toxicity to the normal ones, Indian scientists have successfully used a new strategy to enhance targeted drug release by nanoparticles.

  • Home, auto loans to get costlier as RBI hikes policy rates

     In an unexpected move, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Tuesday hiked key policy interest rates by 0.25 percent to tame inflation, a move that is likely to make home, automobile and other loans costlier and delay economic growth recovery.
    The repo rate that banks pay when they borrow money from the RBI to meet their short-term fund requirements, was increased to 8

  • Republic Day celebrated with patriotic spirit

    Ujjain: The 65th Republic Day was celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm in city on Sunday. The main function was organised at Dussehra Maidan.School education Paras Jain unfurled the National Flag and released balloons and pigeons as a symbol of peace and prosperity. After inspecting the R- Day parade, the minister also read out the message of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan.

  • Black out in dozens of homes as truck hits pole

    Ujjain: A speeding truck rammed into a pole of high- tension line at Maksi Road on Sunday night causing a black out in dozen of houses. As the truck rammed into the pole, it caused short circuit and damaged the electronics equipments. Chimanganj police informed that the truck ( MP07 GK0699) hit the pole located in front of Ravi, son of Ramesh in Panwasa.LCDs and refrigerators were damaged in the short circuit.

  • Youth hurt during clash

    Ujjain : A youth sustained severe head injuries in a group clashed at Green Park Colony over some petty issue on Monday. The youth was attacked by three persons with sword.He was rushed to the District Hospital. Neelganga police informed that Sarfaraz, Shabad and another youth reached at the colony and created ruckus there at around 12.30 am on Monday. They had quarrelled with residents Waseem, Manjur and Shoaib who asked them

  • Sunny day gives respite to denizens from biting cold

    Ujjain: After a fortnight, sun god smiled on the denizens of the city giving a respite from the biting cold on Monday. Though the city was under dense fog on Monday morning, day became pleasant as the day grew and the sky became clear.

  • BJP Kisan Morcha to hold dharna on Jan 30

    Ujjain: BJP Kisan Morcha will organise a sit- in protest on January 30 to press for their demands. The Morcha will observe the day as ‘ Farmers Right Day’. ‘ Farmers Agitation Day’ will be observed on February 7.

  • Digvijay gets RS nomination

    To break 10- yr vow with backdoor entry into Parliament; to file RS nominations today

  • R- Day celebrated in City with patriotic fervour

    Indore:The 65th Republic Day was celebrated in the city on Sunday amid patriotic fervour.Several programmes were held to mark the day.Activities began as early as 9a. m as people gathered at RAPTC Parade Ground to witness the flag- hoisting ceremony.

  • Nursing staff’s indefinite strike from today

    Indore: Nursing staff of hospitals along with staff nurses of MGM Medical College would go on indefinite strike from Tuesday as the government failed to meet their demands.Decision in this context was taken by the association after two meetings, the first of which was held in the morning at MH auditorium and the second held with the College dean.

  • HC dispose of CAT candidates’ petition

    Indore: Indore Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday disposed of a petition filed by some CAT- 2013 aggrieved candidates stating that the petitioners should take to legal route only after they remained unsatisfied with the answers to their RTI queries.

  • Ravichandran’s pal Buch quits IIM- Indore for good

    Indore: MN Buch, a close associate of former director of IIM Indore Prof N Ravichandran, resigned from Board of Governors ( BoG) of the institute after Rishikesha T Krishnan was appointed as new director. “ I had put in my papers soon after new appointment in the director’s office but my resignation was accepted on January 1,” he told Free Press.