Free Press Journal
  • Political scenario turning towards Modi, BJP: Gehlot

    Ujjain: Country’s political scenario is changing quickly. Citizens seem to be impatient to form a competent government of BJP under the leadership of Narendra Modi. Congress party is trying to conspire against BJP to discourage public. Party workers have to go ahead to make public aware.

  • Asif, Puja win chess tourney in Udan- 2014

    Ujjain: Students of Mahakal Institute of Pharmaceutical Studies ( MIPS) showed great enthusiasm on the second day of annual day celebration Udan- 2014 participating in sports and cultural events on Saturday. Asif Ahmad, a BPharma fourth year student won chess championship while Puja Meena won in girls group. Bhupendra Dadolia and Ayush Porwal excelled

  • Waqf dev work should be done with MP fund: Khan

    Ujjain: MP Waqf Board member Riyaz Khan attended the inauguration of National Waqf Development Corporation Limited in Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi recently.Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi inaugurated the programme.

  • Talent felicitation prog held

    Ujjain: A talent felicitation programme was organised at Government Higher Secondary School Talod recently. Jiwajirao Observatory superintendent RP Gupt was chief guest while High School principal Amitoj Bhargava, Sarpanch Arjun Singh Raghuwanshi, Janpad member Nathulal Gujrati were special guests. Government Girls HS School Kshir Sagar principal Bharat Vyas chaired the programme.

  • Mach Guru Sankhla’s bust unveiled

    Ujjain: Social worker Adhiraj Panwar informed that a bust of Mach Guru Anand Babu Sankhla was unveiled at Gadhkalika area on his first death anniversary by minister Paras Jain and MLA Mohan adav and Municipal Speaker Sonu Gehlot recently.

  • Dr Kothari, Shrivastava, Gandhara feted on R- Day

    Ujjain: Dr ogendra Kothari, Ajay Shrivastava and Rajesh Gandhara, teachers from Government School for Excellence, Madhav Nagar were felicitated by minister Paras Jain, collector BM Sharma and SP Anurag Kumar for their work of excellence in science, education and social work respectively on the occasion of Republic Day.

  • Manager’s Day celebrated at St Paul’s

    Ujjain: St Paul’s Convent Senior Secondary School organised the Father’s feast aay recently with great zeal. Father Sebastian presided over the programme while principal Sister Archana and vice principal Sister Shema were also present on this occasion.

  • Senior citizens felicitated

    Ujjain: Veteran senior citizens of the city were felicitated during a programme organised to mark the Golden Jubilee of Bharatiya Gyanpeeth here on Saturday.They were conferred ‘ Ujjaini Ratna Alankaran’ for their creative contribution to the society.

  • YC, DCC to stage sitin against State govt

    Ujjain: The outh Congress ( C) activists will stage a sitin protest on Sunday against the state government for charging maximum VAT on LPG cylinders in comparison to other states. C Lok Sabha vice president Chandrabhan Singh Chandel informed that sit- in protest will be organised at Shahid Park at 11.30 am on Sunday.

  • Get- together organised

    Ujjain: A get- together of Jain Shwetambar community was organised at Uttaramukhi Hanuman temple at Ankpat Marg under the aegis of Shri Panch Oswal Bade Saath Trust Nayapura in the presence of office- bearers and board of directors. Trust secretary Jenendra Mehta informed that presidents of Shri Sangh Santosh Gadia, Abhay Mehta, Subhash Kanthed

  • Taking fresh guard

    Dispirited India look for revival during their practice match ahead of Test series

  • Short-ball test to continue: NZ coach

    The Kiwi bowlers sent down some short stuff, aided by the longer square boundaries, as the Indian batsmen fell to their habit of compulsive pulling in the five-match ODI series which the hosts won 4-0.

  • Kohli inches closer to top spot in ODI rankings

    Dubai: Virat Kohli’s individual brilliance during India’s disastrous show in the lost ODI series against New Zealand has helped the young batsman inch closer to the top spot in the latest ICC rankings issued on Saturday.
    India were drubbed 0-4 in the series which concluded yesterday but Kohli, placed second in the rankings right now, stood out by contributing 291 runs in the five-match affair.

  • Kiwi media hail rout of ‘wobbling world champs’

    Wellington:  Describing India as the “wobbling world champions”, the New Zealand media hailed the Black Caps’ comprehensive 4-0 win over the visiting side in the just-concluded five-match ODI series.India slumped to their worst ODI series defeat in New Zealand after their crushing 87-run defeat in the inconsequential fifth and final ODI yesterday and the media here basked in the glory of a rare triumph by their national team.

  • India deserves lion’s share of revenue: CA

    Melbourne: Cricket Australia Chairman Wally Edwards has come out in strong support of the BCCI receiving a lion’s share of world cricket revenue, saying that India deserves a fair compensation for contributing 80 per cent of the revenue by “hiring out” its team.

  • McGrath to mentor India pacers?

    New Delhi: Former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath might be roped in to mentor India pacers ahead of the 50-over World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next year.The MRF Pace Academy, where McGrath is a trainer, has submitted a presentation to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). If accepted, the National Cricket Academy will choose and send a group of bowlers who could improve form McGrath’s guidance.

  • Umar Akmal arrested for run-in with traffic cop

    Lahore:Pakistan cricketer Umar Akmal was arrested for allegedly thrashing a traffic warden and tearing his uniform after he was stopped for violating a signal.Police said the cricketer had a face-off with traffic warden Zeshan at Gulberg’s Firdous market area.

  • India ‘tap out’ Chinese Taipei

    Somdev, Bopanna-Myneni hand hosts an unassailable 3-0 lead to book their trip to Korea for the second round

  • ‘country should be the top priority’

    Indore: Legendary Vijay Amritraj feels that playing for the national flag is an ultimate honour for any player and Davis Cup should always remain a priority for any professional tennis player.”Davis Cup should be above all the problems. If a player is injured and having personal problems, it is ok but when you are fit and ready and you get a chance to play for the country, one should play.

  • Karnataka on course despite Jadhav ton

    Hyderabad: Kedar Jadhav continued his glorious form in the Ranji Trophy with a sparkling century as Karnataka maintained their upperhand despite a spirited fightback by Maharashtra on the penultimate day of their Ranji Trophy final on Saturday, Day 4.