Free Press Journal
  • ‘ Shardarshan Sadhu Samaj’ agrees to take holy bath with Narmada water

    Ujjain: 3Representatives of all 13 akhadas under the banner of ‘ Shardarshan Sadhu Samaj’ on Saturday agreed to take holy bath during Simhastha- 2016 with the waters of river Narmada, though a demand was made from the administrative authorities to take them in confidence with regard to their issues.

  • Wife arrives to take man’s body

    Ujjain: Wife of a man, who was trampled to death by an unidentified truck at Gadha Pulia on Friday arrived here from Mumbai to take her husband’s dead body on Saturday. Mahakal police informed that deceased was identified as Javer, 55, son Adanaji Mistri, a resident of Santacruz, Mumbai.

  • Mishap averted as goods train hits signal at rly station

    Ujjain: A mishap averted at railway station as a goods train hit a signal located at third line here on Saturday morning. A gate of goods train hit the signal leaving it damaged completely. No passenger was moving around the signal at the time of mishap.

  • Youth commits suicide after sodomised by friends

    Ujjain: A 22- year- old youth, who had committed suicide in Tarana on February 28, 2014 was sodomised by his four friends. This was revealed by police during investigation in the case.

  • AICPO celebrates Consumers’ Day

    Ujjain: All India Consumer Protection Organisation ( AICPO) celebrated World Consumers’ Day at Shahid Park by holding an exhibition here on Saturday. An appeal letter was distributed for highlighting the rights of consumers.

  • Lecture on HIV AIDS held at SoET

    Ujjain: A special lecture on HIV AIDS was organised recently at School of Engineering and Technology ( SoET) under the aegis of Red Ribbon Club and NSS. RD Gardi Medical College Associate Professor Dr BL Bamboria in his address informed that about 20 lakh people are infected with HIV across India. Indian youths are unaware of dangers of HIV/ AIDS. ouths aged between 18 and 25 are mostly affected with

  • Master bats for Tests

    Tendulkar urges ICC to organise more five-day games if the traditional format has to survive in this ‘fast-food’ generation

  • Determined Bengal launches ‘Vision 2020’

    In a bid to supply line of national team players, the CAB appoints swing legend Waqar Younis and the wizard of spin Muttiah Muralitharan to groom young Bengal talent for this season

  • No other Indian dominated pacers like Sachin: Dravid

    Mumbai: Former skipper Rahul Dravid has said that the batting legend Sachin Tendulkar was the first Indian to dominate the fast bowlers and had set a benchmark for the youngsters to take on the quickies.”I think Sachin was the first great dominating batsman against fast bowling. We had a generation earlier of Sunil Gavaskar, G R Viswanath, whom we grew up idolising, and Sachin did as well.

  • Attitude enough to make you a fast bowler: Waqar

     In this part of the world you don’t get fast tracks but Pakistan, have been producing some great pacers over the years. So it’s not about the pitch, rather the attitude that makes a pacer

  • Sindhu saunters past Shixian to reach semis

    Basel: Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu tamed World No.2 Shixian Wang in straight games to enter the women’s singles semifinals at the $125,000 Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold at St. Jakobshalle.Parupalli Kashyap too made to the last four while Saina Nehwal exited the competition.

  • Li suffers shock defeat in semis

    Indian Wells: Flavia Pennetta shocked Li Na in the semi-finals at Indian Wells on Friday, beating the Australian Open champion 7-6 (7/5), 6-3 to set up a title clash with Agnieszka Radwanska.Li, the Chinese world number two who was the top seed in the elite WTA premier event, had pounded winners past Pennetta in a crushing 6-2, 6-2 victory in the Australian Open quarter-finals in January.

  • Mumbai FC rally to hold Sporting

    Margao: Mumbai FC rallied in the second half to hold Sporting Clube de Goa to a 1-1 draw in the return leg match of the I-League at Nehru Stadium on Saturday.Sporting Clube de Goa took the lead in the 18th minute through a penalty by Boima Karpeh but the Mumbai side came back strongly in the second half and found the equaliser in the 56th minute though old warhorse Yusif

  • Rinaldi Carysil win MG & G Area Polo Cup

    Mumbai: Samir Suhag’s four & Gaurav Sahgal’s two goals helped Rinaldi Carysil Polo team defeat NSIPL 8-7 ½ in a close win to emerge the title of  MG & G Area Polo Cup (4 Goals) tournament, a part of the 67th Annual Horse Show and Polo Tournament 2014, played at the Mahalaxmi Polo ground.

  • Controllu nets two in Colaba U-19 win

    Mumbai: Aditya Controllu’s twin strikes helped PIFA Colaba Under-17 romp to a facile 3-0 win against Sachivalaya Gymkhana in a Second Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel.

  • Bloomberg lift football title

    Mumbai: Bloomberg emerged champions defeating Mumbai Mirror 4-3 via the tie-breaker in the Press Club Inter-Media football tournament, played at the Mumbai School Sports Association (MSSA) ground, on Saturday.

  • building collapse

    BMC had warned of big danger to chawls

    Mumbai :  In order to avoid Vakola kind of tragedies, BMC has been time and again asking residents to move out of  dangerous buildings, but to no avail.

  • Devyani Khobragade - Visa fraud case

    Now, arrest warrant for Devyani

    New York : An arrest warrant was issued on Saturday against Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade on visa fraud charges after her fresh indictment by US prosecutors who accused her of “illegally” underpaying and “exploiting” her domestic maid.

  • Hanging of 2 Nirbhaya killers stayed

    New Delhi :  In a special hearing on Saturday evening, the Supreme Court stayed the execution of the death sentence of two of the four convicts in the gang rape and killing of a 17-year old medico nicknamed “Nirbhaya” in a bus here on December 16, 2012.