Free Press Journal
  • Admn bans processions, rallies on Wednesday

    Indore: The District Magistrate, Indore has imposed ban on rallies, shobhayatras, processions, dharnas and other types of demonstrations on Wednesday under Section 144.Noise polluting devices too can’t be used without permission of the district authorities.

  • Rs 60,000 given for girl’s heart operation

    Indore: Several public grievances were addressed in presence of the District Collector and other officials on Tuesday during Jan Sunwai.For the operation of a girl, who has a hole in her heart, the District Collector immediately released Rs 60,000 from Red Cross fund for surgery.

  • BID TO LOOT CASHIER FOILED, ONE HELD

    Indore: Employees of a petrol pump foiled an attempt to rob a cashier near their establishment at Regal Cinema, on Tuesday. The petrol pump is situated within a stone’s throw distance from a police station. According to information, at 11 am on Tuesday, a chaos like situation witnessed at the petrol pump when its employees were trying to catch two youths.

  • Record 83% results of BEd course

    Indore: Some called it impressive, others unbelievable. Students of Bachelor of Education programme for 2011- 12 emerged with flying colours in the exams conducted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya some six months back.

  • Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh begins amid dull ambience

    Ujjain: School education minister Paras Jain and minister of state for culture Surendra Patwa inaugurated the weeklong 55th Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh here on Tuesday. Contrary to the previous events, it was a dull beginning of the internationally- reputed cultural- cum- literary festival.

  • Mass marriages mark Basant Panchami festival

    Ujjain: Several couples tied nuptial knots in mass marriage ceremonies organised on the occasion of Basant Panchami in city on Tuesday. Brides and bridegrooms clad in traditional attires took part in huge processions taken out in the city.

  • Six- yr- old sleeping at marriage pandal crushed to death

    Ujjain: An unidentified vehicle crushed a six- year- old child to death while he was asleep in a marriage pandal at Naagziri here on Tuesday morning. According to Madhav Nagar police, a marriage ceremony was held at the house of Babulal at Naagziri locality on Monday night. Dharmendra Rajoriya along with his wife Krishna

  • To learn music, one needs to be economically, socially and practically sound: Kher

    Ujjain: ‘ One can learn music if he is economically, socially and practically sound. Music is devotion and it has to be learnt with full spirit’, said renowned singer Kailash Kher while interacting with media persons at Kshipra Residency here on Tuesday. Kher arrived in the city of temples to take part in Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh.

  • Infant’s body found

    Ujjain: Body of an infant was found behind Kharakuan police station on Tuesday morning.Stray dogs were wandering around the body when it was noticed by the passers- by.Kharakuan police was informed by people about the incident. Police reached at the spot and sent the body to district hospital for postmortem.

  • Events at Kalidas Samaroh today

    Ujjain: On the second day of Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh, several programmes will be organised at Kalidas Sanskrit Academy on Wednesday.

  • Seers protest appointment of heir

    Ujjain: Seers protested the appointment of heir for Hunumant Das Ashram by Sant Bhagwandas to his illegitimate son. Seers called the appointment illegal.

  • Two students fall ill after consuming mid- day meal

    Ujjain: Two government middle school students fell unconscious after consuming the mid- day meal at village Ninora on Monday. They were rushed to SS Hospital where they were admitted to the ICU. Sources informed that Madhu ( 11), daughter of Mohan Thakur and Deepa ( 12), daughter of Nanuram Choudhary, both residents of Ninora

  • One more ratna in Sachin’s crown

    Tendulkar becomes the youngest-ever to be honoured with India’s highest civilian award

  • Tendulkar most deserving recipient, says Shukla

    New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) vice president and Union Minister Rajeev Shukla said Sachin Tendulkar is the “most deserving person” to win the Bharat Ratna award and thanked the UPA government for bestowing the honour on the batting legend.

  • Big day for Indian cricket: Farooq

    Jammu: Union Minister and Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association President Farooq Abdullah said conferring Bharat Ratna to Sachin Tendulkar was a big day for cricket as he made India shine in the game.”It (awarding Sachin with Bharat Ratna by President today) is big day for cricket. Today big people including one top scientist and another Sachin Tendulkar are getting Bharat Ratna,” Abdullah told reporters.

  • For Dhoni & Co, the nightmare might just continue: Crowe

    Auckland : The former Kiwi skipper Martin Crowe warned India that their nightmarish tour of New Zealand might continue into the Test series if India’s top order, which is heavily dependent on Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara, fails to fire against the Kiwi pacers.

  • India need to draw Test series to retain ranking

    Dubai : India will retain their number two position in the ICC Test Team Rankings if they win or draw the upcoming two-match series against New Zealand, starting in Auckland on Thursday.A 2-0 series win will fetch India one rating point to take them to 118 points with no change in the table.