Free Press Journal
  • Students meet registrar, stage demo at DAVV

    Indore: Students of two streams called on DAVV Registrar RD Musalgaonkar, on Monday and lodged their protest over low pass percentage of their colleges, while one group even staged a protest at the DAVV campus. In the recently- announced results of BCom V semester, only 10 students out of 134 students of Old GDC College tastes success. Similarly, 80 students of Sugani Devi College were failed.

  • ‘ Pandharpur- Vari 2013’ exhibition from Feb 1

    INDORE: A photographic exhibition of the 20- day- long and 259- km distance atra between Vari and Pandharpur in Maharashtra, would be organized under the aegis of Camera Club of Indore at Pritamlal Dua Art Gallery. Club secretary Akhil Hardiya said that the photographic collection of Deepak Bhavraskar would be exhibited from February 1 and it would be inaugurated by renowned photographer and painter Bhalu Mondhe and Shobhana Bhavraskar.A snapshot by photographer

  • ‘ Inconsistent regulatory norms hit Pharma industry hard’

    Indore: “ The Pharma industry of Madhya Pradesh is passing through difficult times due to inconsistent regulatory norms. These norms pose serious challenge to the survival of pharma units, especially SMEs. If such thing continues, people may face shortage of life saving drugs.”

  • Commissioner Health Service in city today

    Ujjain: Commissioner, Health Services Pankaj Agrawal will arrive in the city on Tuesday. Agrawal will make inspection of different wards of district hospital. Sources informed that higher authorities were receiving frequent complaints of irregularities being practiced by district hospital staff. To ensure the proper practice of health services, the commissioner is visiting the hospital. Sources also informed that doctors and district hospital staff seemed worried about the visit of the commissioner on

  • Three hurt as two bikes collide

    Ujjain: Three youth sustained severe injuries as two motorbikes were collided on Sunday afternoon. One of three youths is reported to be in critical. Nanakheda police informed that the two bikes collided at Shanti Palace triangle on Indore Road on Sunday afternoon.

  • Remove encroachments after demarcation: Collector

    Indore : District Collector Aakash Tripathi directed the revenue officials to remove encroachments from government lands immediately after admeasuring process. He also directed them to cancel leases of those contractors who are indulging in illegal mining.

  • VU to hold workshop on ‘ Online Examination Procedure’

    Ujjain: Vikram University ( VU) will organise a day- long workshop on ‘ Online Procedures of Examination’ on January 31. According to examination controller, the workshop is being conducted to rectify the problems occurring during the practice of online services of examination.

  • The drought finally ends

    Top seed Saina beats Sindhu to win first title in 15 months

  • Gopi wants more Saina-Sindhu finals

    Lucknow: Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand hopes his two most famous protégées —  Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal and World Championship bronze medallist P.V. Sindhu — play many more finals against each other like they did at the India Grand Prix Gold.

  • Focus more on badminton court: HC to shuttler Sawant

    Now start spending more time on the badminton court instead of the High Court. This litigation cannot go on and on. We need to put an end to this”      -Chief Justice Mohit Shah

  • Modi happy over ‘BCCI’s defeat’ in RCA elections

    I am surprised that BCCI seemed to know the result before anyone else and before the court even pronounced it. But extremely happy that they think I have won” -Lalit Modi

  • `Muhammad Ali won’t survive for more than a year`

    London: Muhammad Ali’s son has revealed that he is afraid that his boxer father won’t live longer than a year. Muhammad Ali Jnr said that he hopes his father’s “awful” Parkinson’s disease will take him “sooner, rather than later”, as he has been suffering a lot.

  • Chand’s unbeaten ton fires ONGC to big win

    Mumbai: Rising Indian star Unmukt Chand came to the party in grand fashion. The 21-year-old opening bat smashed a magnificent unbeaten century to power ONGC to an emphatic nine wicket victory against Jain Irrigation in Group-A league match of Dr. D.Y. Patil T20 Cup on Monday.

  • Steven to lead Maha team in Santosh Trophy

    Mumbai: Steven Dias will lead the Maharashtra that will participate in the West Zone leg of the 68th Football National Championship for the Santosh Trophy, to be played in Goa. Maharashtra has been placed in Group A of the West Zone along with Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

  • Faisal lifts snooker title

    Mumbai: Underdog Faisal Khan shocked former World No. 3 Kamal Chawla to win the title, in the Matunga Gymkhana-Dadar Club Open Snooker Tournament.Inter Railways runner-up Khan of Khar Gymkhana capitalised on the chances that came his way to romp to a 6-3 triumph in the best-of-11 championship round between quality cueists.

  • Simran advances in badminton

    Mumbai: Girls Under-13 National Champion and current India no. 1, Simran Singh from Mumbai Suburbs reached the quarter finals of the Girls U-15& U-13 age groups respectively in the 6th L& T Mutual Fund-PSA- State Open Badminton Championship at the North Indian Association badminton courts on Monday.

  • St. Joseph clinch 1st Freedom Cup

    Mumbai: St. Joseph (Malad) defeated Pawar Public School (Bhandup) 3-2 via tie-breaker to lift the 1st Freedom Cup organised by Mumbai Warriors SC held at the SAI ground, Kandivali on Sunday.The tournament was open only in the U-14 category, where top schools, academies and NGO’s participated making it a big hit. After being tied

  • Sensex plunges on eve of RBI policy

    Mumbai :  The BSE Sensex on Monday plummeted by over 426 points. This is the biggest drop in about five months: it was triggered by fears that the US Federal Reserve is poised to reduce its monetary stimulus. Also, investors were turning cautious ahead of the RBI policy meet on Tuesday.

  • Elections spur MNS into action

    Intensifies campaign against tollbooths, which are vandalised across the state; government quiet on action against Raj Thackeray.