Free Press Journal
  • MS’s sexist remark: City girls voice their concern

    144201416380375-largeIndore: At the time of election when ‘ women safety’ is counting as one of the biggest election agenda, Samajwati Party leader Mulayam Singh gave a shocking statement against the anti- rape laws, which ruins the faith of young girls of dreaming a country which is safe for women.

  • Unprecedented changes at Centre are in offing: Pt Vyas

    Ujjain: Countrymen should be ready to witness huge political upheavals this year in the backdrop of the General Elections. Unprecedented and unimagined changes are also in offing at the Center.By including the issue of Ram Temple in its manifesto, the BJP has trapped in its own political gambit which reflects that its election managers were not confident of getting majority without including this controversial issue.

  • MITM Profs get research papers published

    144201416220250-largeUjjain : Prof Mushtaq Patel and Prof Praveen Sisodia from Mechanical Engineering department of Mahakal Institute of Management ( MITM) got their research papers published in International research journals. A joint paper of Prof Mushtaq Patel and Prof Sajid Qureshi on ‘ Reduction in Process Cycle Time in Mechanical Production Industries by Using at Core

  • Baru’s bomb: It is politics all the way

    The PM’s former media adviser Sanjay Baru has certainly gladdened the hearts of all the BJP leaders and the publishers of his book “The Accidental Prime Minister.”

  • Tension grips Fazalpura

    Ujjain : Tension gripped again at Fazalpura over a minor incident which occurred on April 10 between Manish Rathore, resident of Durga Colony and Shabbir Khan, resident of Fazalpura.

  • Modi’s image to be key of BJP’s success in LS polls: Gehlot

    Ujjain: On Sunday, BJP National General Secretary Thawarchand Gehlot addressed a training camp for polling booth guardian, convener and BLA2, at Nayandeep Dharamshala in Ujjain South constituency.Gehlot, addressing to party workers, said that Modi’s image and public service of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan will be the foundation of success for BJP in Lok Sabha ( LS) polls.

  • Girl dies in road accident

    Ujjain: Sunday night a 15- year- old girl died, while two others sustained injuries, during a road accident near Narwar on Dewas Road on. Sources informed that Jaqir, son of Nazar Hussain, resident of village Biora at Maksi Road, went Narwar town on Sunday morning to invite his sister for his son Saddam’s marriage that is to take place on April 30. He took his sister Farida, her daughter Muskan

  • Dalit groom leads marriage procession under police protection!

    Ujjain: Police escorted the marriage procession of a 24- year- old Dalit bridegroom, who was allegedly not allowed to ride on horseback by Rajput community members in Ranahenapeer village.

  • Sons manhandle father

    Ujjain : Ramesh, son of Thawarchand, resident of Ingoriya was manhandled by his sons Nilesh and Akhilesh on Saturday night. He was rushed to district hospital. Ramesh told that he married his two sons three years ago but his sons are dissatisfied of their marital relationships as both the girls were not of their choice. They regularly quarrel with their father over this issue. But on Saturday night they crossed

  • Body found at Rudrasagar

    Ujjain: Mahakal Police recovered a dead body from Rudrasagar area on Saturday. Body is said to be of a man of 35 years of age.Identification was not possible as body had no official documents; Police is trying to identify the body.

  • Joshi pricks Modi’s Gujarat poll bubble

    ‘‘In a country like India, what developmental model is true for Jammu and Kashmir or Arunachal Pradesh may not be true for Kerala.’’  Murli Manohar Joshi

  • Incense factory catches fire

    Ujjain: Loss of about Rs 5 lakh was reported, as an incense factory caught fire and reduced to ashes at an old residential area during the wee hours of Sunday.Little did the residents, living in buildings in Modi Ki Gali of Patni Bazaar area, know they were bang next to a ticking bomb.

  • Preparations in full swing to celebrate Hanuman Jayanthi on Tuesday

    Ujjain: City of temples is ardently waiting for the Hanuman Jayanthi festival falling on Tuesday this year. Lord Hanuman is the most favourite of the all deities as more than 1000 temples of Lord Hanuman are going to host grand celebrations on Tuesday. ouths are among most excited as their devout hopes are associated with the lord.

  • City witnesses grand celebrations to mark Mahavir Jayanti

    Ujjain: Devout Jain community celebrated the birth anniversary of Lord Mahavir or “ Mahavir Janam Kalyanak” in the city on Sunday. Regal celebrations were organised around the city.People belonging to Jain community celebrate Mahavir Jayanti every year which falls on the 13th day of Hindu Chaitra month.

  • Priyanka, Maneka quibble over who is ‘astray’

    New Delhi :  Who has gone astray? The loaded political question has ignited a less than cordial exchange between Priyanka Gandhi and her aunt Maneka Gandhi….

  • Pawar sacks NCP man for refusal to back Nilesh

    NCP chief Sharad Pawar removed the Sindhudurg district unit president Bala Bhise for defying the party diktat to campaign for Congress candidate  Dr. Nilesh Rane….

  • Owners upbeat about ‘Soccer revolution’

    While the Little Master intends to change the sporting fabric of the nation, others believe that the Indian Soccer League will uncover the true potential of the sport in our county

  • Former players, fans happy with Kochi deal

    Football in Kerala has been dying and this good news is certainly going to bring back the glorious football days back to our state I.M. Vijayan Former India soccer captain

  • ISL will open up Indian Soccer, feels Ganguly

    Kolkata: All keyed up after bagging the Kolkata franchise of the Indian Super League, former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly Sunday said it was a “positive development” for Indian football and opens up new opportunities for the game in the country.