Free Press Journal
  • Emotional adieu to St Paulians

    Ujjain: The students of St Paul’s Convent Senior Secondary School organized the farewell of class II students bidding them a memorable adieu under the guidance of manager Father Sebastian and Principal Sister Archana and Vice- prinicipal Sister Shema, on Wednesday.

  • Ruckus at vegetable market as miscreants threaten farmer

    Ujjain: Vegetable merchants and farmers flared up at Vegetable Market located behind Krishi Upaj Mandi after some miscreants looted away onions from a farmer on the knife point, here on Wednesday. Agitated crowd raised slogans against the hooliganism prevailed at the market as police controlled over the agitated mob.

  • Youth hangs self inside a well

    Ujjain: A youth committed suicide by hanging himself inside a well in Ramghat area here on Wednesday. The reason behind the suicide is unknown yet. Mahakal police informed that the deceased was identified as Prakash son of Devi Singh, resident of Ranoji ki Chhatri at Ramghat. The 24- year- old youth committed suicide hanging him inside a well at 1.30 pm.

  • Khan river’s diversion necessary to clean Kshipra

    Ujjain: Taking cognizance over the increasing pollution in the Kshipra River, city seers made a visit to holy river Kshipra here on Wednesday.Seers looking to the worse condition of Holy River said that Kshipra should be cleansed instead of making it fluent. Government of Madhya Pradesh has initiated highly ambitious Narmada- Kshipra- Simhastha Link project to make the river fluent.

  • MIPS celebrating ‘ Udan- 2014’

    Ujjain: Mahakal Institute of Pharmaceutical Studies ( MIPS) organized annual sports and cultural event titled ‘ Udan- 2014’ on Wednesday.Mahakal Group Chairman Praveen Vasishtha inaugurated the programme. Vasishtha in his addressed inspire students to go ahead in their life with confidence and full zeal.

  • Gandhi’s death anniv to be observed today

    Ujjain: District Congress Committee will observe the death anniversary of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi in the city on Thursday. Spokesperson Purshottam Nagraj informed that floral tribute will be paid at the statue of Mahatma Gandhi located at Kshir Sagar park at 11 amthe presence of DCC president Anantnarayan Meena and DCC rural president Jay Singh Darbar. A two minutes silence will be kept to pay homage to Gandhi.

  • Three- day State level Science Exhibition concludes

    Ujjain: Three day long State Level Mathematics, Science and Environment Exhibition ( Science Fair) organised at PGBT College under the joint aegis of State Education Centre Bhopal and State Science Education Institute Jabalpur on Wednesday. Educationist Bhagirath Kumawat was chief guest while Additional Mission Director Dr OP Sharma presided over the programme.

  • Yuvraj, Sehwag attract top base price of 2 crore for IPL auction

    New Delhi: Discarded veterans Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh have kept their base price in the highest bracket of Rs 2 crore for the upcoming auctions of the seventh edition of Indian Premier League.There are 46 capped Indian players in the list of 233 international players who have enrolled for the auction. The base price for capped players (in INR) are 50 lakh, 1 crore, 1.5 crore and

  • Surprise & shock

    Astonished former Kiwi pacer Simon Doull questions India’s selection policy in the ongoing tour of New Zealand

  • Kiwi strategy is to flummox Indian bowlers: Taylor

    Hamilton: Revealing New Zealand’s strategy that has outwitted Indian bowlers in the ongoing ODI series, batsman Ross Taylor said the Kiwis have focussed on denying wickets to the visiting side’s spinners to wear out the rest of their attack. The Kiwis have taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series after comfortably winning the fourth ODI on Tuesday.

  • CSA denies being part of ICC revamp

    After South Africa  objected to the proposals, they have now been amended to include the world Test leaders in the new Test Match Fund.

  • WI eye 100% revenue if ‘Big Three’ rule cricket

    Dubai: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is projecting a one hundred percent increase in revenue over the next eight years if new principles giving more control over cricket’s future to England, India and Australia are voted in.

  • PCB refutes claims of agreeing to new power structure

    Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board has refuted the ICC’s claim that a radical plan to alter power equations in favour of India, England and Australia has been “unanimously supported” by the governing body’s members, stating that it was yet to make up its mind on the matter.

  • Up and winning

    Man United’s record signing Juan Mata enjoys a perfect debut as his new club records their only second victory of the new year

  • Arsenal held as Saints dent title bid

    London: Arsenal missed a chance to move four points clear at the top of the Premier League table following a 2-2 draw at Southampton.Arsene Wenger’s side were on course to cement first place in the English top-flight after recovering from the shock of conceding Jose Fonte’s first half goal.

  • Centre may seek review of SC order on mercy petition

    New Delhi :  The Centre on Wednesday told the Supreme Court it was considering to seek a review of the court’s verdict holding that inordinate delay in deciding mercy petitions by the president and insanity were the grounds for courts to commute death sentences to life imprisonment.

  • Liverpool boost top-four chances with derby rout

    Liverpool: Daniel Sturridge’s brace handed Liverpool the Merseyside bragging rights with a 4-0 victory over Everton in the Premier League on Tuesday that maintained their Anfield derby dominance.Everton have not won at Liverpool since 1999 and the 222nd meeting between the two sides — both previously unbeaten in the league in 2014 — was effectively over by half-time, with Liverpool three goals up.

  • IFA Shield in doldrums?

    Kolkata: With two of the three foreign teams yet to check in, the 118th IFA Shield was thrown into disarray even as the tournament got off to a quiet start in Barasat. Geylang International FC of Singapore and Bangladesh side Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club did not get visa clearance to leave the IFA red-faced as the organisers were forced to reschedule the matches involving the two teams.