Free Press Journal
  • Modi wave helps BJP leaders, party workers to woo voters

    Ujjain : BJP leaders and workers are working hard to air the Modi- Wave in the Ujjain- Alote parliamentary constituency, as the polling countdown has begun.Only six days to go, the party workers are involved in intensive election campaigning in different parts of constituency.

  • ‘ Vikas Yatra’ taken out in support of Guddu

    Ujjain : Madhav Nagar Block Congress Committee took out a ‘ Vikas Yatra’ in the city on Thursday, in support of Sitting MP and Congress candidate from Ujjain- Alote parliamentary constituency Premchand Guddu. Congress leaders and workers were seen handling party flags and raising slogans during the rally.

  • Swimmers disappointed, pool opening cancelled

    Ujjain: Enthusiast city swimmers were creating a queue early morning of Thursday at the main gate of UMC’s swimming pool; little did they know that promises made by city administration are empty and fancied.

  • Admn trying hard to woo electorate; send invitations

    Ujjain : For the first time in the history of Ujjain district, Administration has come out with an initiative to woo electorates by circulating them invitation letters along with voters’ slip. Worried over low turn out of electorates in 2009 Lok Sabha ( LS) polls, hot climate and Panch Kroshi pilgrimage on the same day of election, Collector and District Electoral Officer BM Sharma has invited all the electorates to participate in

  • One more incense factory catches fire

    Ujjain : With the sharp increase in temperature, toll of arson cases have hiked across the city. This time it was AG Malwa incense factory situated at industrial area of Maksi road. An estimated loss of Rs. 5 lakh occurred during the mishap. Fire broke around 5 AM of Wednesday morning when it was spotted by guardsmen, who immediately informed to factory owner Kutub Bhai, and Fire Fighters were rushed

  • Modi dazzles the city in Virtual 3D meeting

    Ujjain: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi bedazzled city voters on Thursday for the first time by addressing them using 3D technology at Tower Square. It is a first of a kind setup which has earned its place in Guinness book of world records for most shows.

  • Rituals performed at Catholic Church to mark Holy Thursday

    Ujjain: The rituals of Paska festival were performed at Catholic Church located at Dewas Road here on Thursday under the aegis of Bishop Sebastian Vedekkel. During the rituals performed on the eve of Good Friday, Bishop washed the feet of 12 children and kissed them.

  • VU ex- Senate member demands EC to cancel nomination of BJP candidate

    Ujjain: Vikram University ( VU) former Senate member Rajendra Kumar Baghela addressing a press conference at Press Club on Thursday revealed striking facts about BJP candidate from Ujjain- Alote parliamentary constituency Dr Chintamani Malviya. Baghela has demanded Election Commission to cancel the nomination of Dr Malviya as he had violated the regulations of direct recruitment to public services and posts. Dr Malviya has allegations of harassing a lady professor.

  • Last minute slap – reprieve for a killer

    Tehran :  An Iranian mother spared the life of her son’s convicted murderer with an emotional slap in the face as he awaited execution with the noose around his neck.

  • RCB romp home to victory over Delhi

    Yuvraj, Kohli put on an unbeaten 84-run stand to help Bangalore chase down a modest total of 146

  • Chennai open campaign against revamped Punjab

    Abu Dhabi : Distracted to an extent by off-field furores surrounding them, two-time former champions Chennai Super Kings would look to bring the focus back on their cricketing prowess when they take on a revamped Kings XI Punjab in their IPL opener today.

  • Foreign players miss IPL buzz in the UAE

    Abu Dhabi : Foreign players David Miller and Shaun Marsh are missing the buzz which is usually seen in the Indian Premier League.Miller, the explosive South African batsman who is part of the Kings XI Punjab squad, found UAE completely different from India, where he has experienced more excitement around the league.

  • Turnout remains high

    New Delhi :  Continuing with the encouraging trend of the earlier phases, voter turnout remained high for the fifth phase involving 121 seats in 12 states. Polling remained peaceful largely but was marred by a few incidents of violence in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha.

  • Rajasthan look to start afresh against Hyderabad

    Abu Dhabi : One of the worst hit teams in last year’s spot-fixing scandal, Rajasthan Royals will be keen to clear their off-field image with good on-field performances when they begin their IPL campaign by taking on a formidable Sunrisers Hyderabad.

  • Yusuf flies home to be with new born baby

    Dubai : Kolkata Knight Riders all-rounder Yusuf Pathan flew back to India shortly after the teams’ thumping win against Mumbai Indians in the IPL opener after the news of his wife delivering their first baby reached the UAE.

  • WT20 final defeat still rankles Yuvi

    A match like the finals always left feelings of ‘so near yet so far’ but as sportsmen we need to overcome these emotions quickly Yuvraj Singh

  • Mumbai invites underprivileged children to Dubai

    Dubai: Mumbai Indians, under its social cause initiative ‘Education For All’, have invited nine underprivileged children from various Mumbai based NGOs to Dubai to watch the team’s next match against RCB.

  • Reuniting with Kallis helped, says Pandey

    Abu Dhabi: KKRs’ Manish Pandey said reuniting with Jacques Kallis, the veteran with whom he previously played in the RCB team, helped him rediscover  some lost form.”When I went out there to bat, I remembered the old times when I batted with him and I realised nothing had changed.

  • Dropped catch cost MI the game: Malinga

    Abu Dhabi : He shone with the ball with a four-wicket haul but Mumbai Indians’ pacer Lasith Malinga feels responsible for the team’s IPL loss to Kolkata Knight Riders, saying that a dropped catch by him cost the defending champions dearly.

  • CAG can audit telecom firms: SC

    New Delhi :  The Supreme Court on Thursday held that the Comptroller and Auditor General of India can audit the account books of private telecom companies which share revenue with government for using spectrum.