Free Press Journal
  • Advocates strike hits court work


  • Trader attacked: Bandh in Siyaganj

    Indore: A bandh was observed in one of the biggest wholesale grain and grocery markets of the State, Siyaganj on Monday. The one- day bandh was called in protest against the incident of attack on a merchant in Juni Indore area, on Sunday.

  • DAVV employees threaten of strike

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) Employees ( non- teaching) Association has threatened of strike if daily wage employees working for years were not given hike in wages as per the directives of the State Government.

  • Congress leaders fight at DAVV, cops alerted

    Indore: Came to congratulate Vice Chancellor Prof DP Singh for bagging grade ‘ A’ to the DAVV, two Congress leaders on Monday indulged in a fight at RNT Marg campus forcing the university authority to alert police about it.

  • Create venture fund in the state for small IT companies

    Indore: Big IT companies are taking interest in establishing their centres in Indore and what should be done for small IT entrepreneurs to help them establish their business.

  • BJP set to take credit from NKSLP ahead of polls

    • Leaders welcome Narmada water at Alampur Udana
    • Narmada water not apparent in Kshipra

    Ujjain: Ahead of the general elections- 2014, the BJP seems to be in great hurry to take credit of the highly ambitious Narmada- Kshipra- Simhastha Link Project ( NKSLP) by making it its poll propaganda. BJP leaders on Monday reached the stop- dam built over Kshipra near Alampur Udana as holy Narmada stepped in

  • Health examination camp held at NSS camp

    Ujjain: During the week- long NSS camp being organised at village Karondia, a free health examination camp was organised by Government Madhav College unit.

  • Annual day celebration kicks off at GDC

    Ujjain: Government Girls’ PG College organised annual day celebration here on Monday. Principal Dr Mohammad Ishaque lighted the lamp before the idol of goddess Saraswati to inaugurate the occasion. Dr Ishaque in his address said cultural and sports competitions played an important role in students’ life. According to Dr Anupama Tikku, various competitions including mehandi, salad decoration, folk dance, tug- of- war, three- legged race, chair race, extempore and others were organised

  • ‘ Migration from villages to cities causes increase in diabetic patients in India’

    Ujjain: The reason behind increasing number of patients suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiac diseases is the migration of people from villages to cities. 20 per cent people suffering from cardiac arrest can be saved by administering saline of glucose, insulin and potassium and aspirin immediately.

  • NKSLP dedication programme today

    Ujjain: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will dedicate the highly ambitious Narmada- Kshipra- Simhastha Link Project ( NKSLP) to the public during a grand programme to be organised at Ramghat at 6 pm here on Tuesday.

  • Education brings transparency in society: Bhuria

    Ujjain: “ Good governance is not run only by making laws. The illiterate does not violate law, but the literate breaches law in the country. Education brings transparency and strengthens public service,” said former Union minister Dilip Singh Bhuria on the inauguration of 2- day national seminar organised by the department of Public Administration of Government Madhav College here on Monday. Manager Public Service Guarantee Scheme OM Shrivastava was special guest.

  • ‘ Mahashivratri should be celebrated as wedding anniv of Shiva- Parvati’

    Ujjain: Yatindra Muth, Ujjain’s Jagadguru Swami Kantacharya Maharaj has said that observing fast on Mahashivratri is just a gimmick as on this auspicious day Lord Shiva married goddess Parvati. “ Mahashivratri in fact symbolises wedding anniversary of Shiva and Parvati and thus people should celebrate this occasion in that spirit alone,” he opined.

  • Anthology ‘ Smritiyon ke Panile Megh’ released

    Ujjain: The first anthology authored by litterateur and renowned poetess Asha Tondon titled ‘ Smritiyon ke Panile Megh’ was released during a programme at Surana Palace in the presence of former HoD of School of Studies in Hindi, Vikram University, Dr Harimohan Budholia.

  • Captain Kohli begs to differ, defends under-fire Dhoni

    Dhaka: Far from being bogged down by captaincy, Virat Kohli said he is looking forward to leading an under-fire Indian cricket team in the Asia Cup starting today even though it is a tough position to be in. Kohli has been made stand-in captain for the regional mega-event after regular skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is under the scanner following the team’s dismal showing in the recent tours of South Africa and

  • Shot at redemption

    Humiliated and bruised for quite a while, underdogs India will look for revival in the five-nation regional tourney which starts today 

  • Nadal proves his form with Rio win

    Shrugs off injury concerns to dismantle Ukraine’s Alexandr Dolgopolov in straight sets to bag title

  • Somdev rises in ranking

    New Delhi: Courtesy his Delhi Open triumph, India’s numero uno singles player Somdev Devvarman on Monday jumped 18 places to become world number 78 in the latest ATP rankings.Somdev had collected 100 ranking points after beating top seed Alerksandr Nedovyesov in the final on Sunday.

  • India thrash SL in fifth place play-off match

    Dubai: India colts salvaged some pride as they comfortably beat their Sri Lankan counterparts by 76 runs in a fifth-place semi-final play-off match at the ICC U-19 World Cup here today.In absence of skipper Vijay Zol, who was banned for breaching ICC’s Code of Conduct, the Sanju Samson led side piled up 291 for seven in the stipulated 50 overs at the ICC Cricket Academy ground in Dubai.

  • Gohil, Kedar crash out

    Mumbai: Top seed Rajesh Gohil and second seed Dinesh Kedar crashed out in the Bombay YMCA District Ranking Carrom Tournament on Monday.Gohil went down fighting to Sumeet Devgun 8-25, 25-6, 14-25 in the third round after forcing the decider, while Kedar of BMC lost to Pritam Tambe of Mumbai Port Trust 11-25, 16-25 in the second round, on a dramatic day of significant upsets.

  • ICL emerge champs

    Mumbai: Shane Menezes played a prominent role in ICL getting the better of Magic Bus 5-4 via the tie-breaker in the final of the Bombay YMCA Invitational football tournament, held at MSSA ground, Azad Maidan on Monday.
    After ICL were held goalless in the regulation by the tight defence of their rivals, who hardly gave them a look in, resulting in tie-braker being called for.