Free Press Journal
  • Same class but different syllabus for exams

    Indore: It is bizarre and very confusing indeed. But that’s how it is. MA ( Hindi Litt) students of the same semester are taught same syllabus but when they appear exams, questions papers would be of different syllabus for them.In other words, some students will be served question paper based on old syllabus and the others on new syllabus.

  • Rs 37- L intl package for IIM- I student

    Indore: Nearly 20 days after releasing main features of campus placements report of 2012- 14 batch students, the Indian Institute of Management, Indore ( IIM- I) uploaded detailed placement report on its official website.

  • Congress indulged in spit and run game: Ananth Kumar

    Ujjain: Addressing a press conference at Imperial Hotel in the evening, Ananth Kumar said that Congress does not want to talk on the national issues in the wake of failure of its government at the center during last 10 years. “ Situation is so worse that the Congress candidates on many parliamentary constituencies have left the constituencies as unclaimed… they know the reality of their track record as well as report card

  • BJP falsely propagating Modi wave: Shastri

    Ujjain: Speaking to the media persons at Press Club on Saturday evening, Anil Shastri took strong objection on the comment of BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi have looted the country during last 10 years.

  • Koutuk & Verma conferred 27th Bheraji Honour

    Ujjain: Nimadi litterateur Sadashiv Koutuk from Indore and folk singer Ramgir Verma from Badnagar were conferred 27th Bheraji honours during a programme organised on Friday under the aegis of Malwa Folk Art & Culture Organisation.

  • Pahal to observe poll day as ‘ No Excuse Day’

    Ujjain: Looking at the forthcoming parliamentary elections, city’s social organisation ‘ Pahal Society for Human Prosperity’ is observing ‘ No Excuse Day’ on the day of polling in the city on April 24. Pahal has taken the initiative to encourage people including businessmen, students, health workers, traders, housewives, etc for exercising their franchise.

  • Man robbed in train

    Ujjain: A man travelling on Rajkot Express was robbed off while he was asleep by unknown miscreants on Saturday. Victim is a medical salesman who was travelling for business purposes. The case came to the light when victim walked barefooted to Railway Police Station for registering a complaint. Victim told that his shoes, clothing and his baggage containing cash of Rs 10, 000 were stolen away.

  • Police seize vehicle used in Sandalwood smuggling

    Ujjain: City police recovered a four- wheeler vehicle which was used for sandalwood smuggling in 2012. Previously police had arrested Rashid, Mangilal, Gopal, and Aslam who axed and smuggled sandalwood timbers from Aslavada railway station premises. During interrogation they confessed to have sold the Toyota in Mandsaur district. On the information police seized the vehicle. Two more suspects Kishan and Ishaq are still out of reach of police.

  • Shaky Mumbai suffer second straight defeat

    Dominant RCB outplay MI by seven wickets, a win that takes them into a position of strength very early into the tournaments

  • Karthik, Duminy script Delhi’s win

    Dubai: J.P. Duminy played a thrilling innings to take the Delhi Daredevils to a four-wicket win over the Kolkata Knight Riders in an Indian Premier League (IPL) clash at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Saturday.

  • Hamilton storms to record pole in China

     Shanghai: Lewis Hamilton convincingly snared pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix today as he put himself in line to win three races in a row for the first time and seize control of the championship.Under steady rain, the British Mercedes driver was untouchable as he powered to 1min 53.860sec, his third pole position in four races this season and more than half-a-second ahead of Daniel Ricciardo.

  • David Miller wants to imbibe Sehwag’s courage

    Abu Dhabi: Devastating Kings XI batsman David Miller wants to imbibe the “courage of conviction” from his new teammate and hero Virender Sehwag while sharing the dressing room with the veteran Indian cricketer in the ongoing seventh edition of IPL.  Miller said he won’t let go any opportunity to pick the brains of Sehwag.

  • Millionaire Maxwell promises better returns

    New Delhi : He couldn’t quite live upto the million-dollar price tag in the IPL last season but after a spectacular debut for Kings XI Punjab this year, Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell says the “relaxed atmosphere” in his new team will help him be a consistent performer.

  • ‘(D)jokes’ apart, its Federer

    The fourth-seeded Federer entered the tournament only after accepting a wild card invitation, having missed the two previous editions, and he bids to win it for the first time after losing three consecutive finals to eight-time champion Rafael Nadal from 2006-08

  • Wawrinka dominates Ferrer in semi-finals

    Monte Carlo : Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka muscled his way past Spanish spoiler David Ferrer 6-1, 7-6 (7/3) on Saturday to move into the final of the Monte Carlo Masters. World number three Wawrinka needed just 31 minutes to collect the opening set but had to battle his feisty opponent a day after Ferrer had knocked out eight-time champion compatriot Rafael Nadal.

  • Anirban moves to 14th, Westwood stays in lead

    Kuala Lumpur: Anirban Lahiri, who has rather uneventful even-par rounds on the first two days, exploded into action on the third with a flawless six-under 66, which carried him to tied 14th at the Maybank Malaysian Open. Saturday’s performance made Lahiri the best of the six Indians left over the weekend as he is now six-under 210 and eight shots behind the leader, Lee Westwood (71).  Westwood, four clear of the lead,

  • Narula, Rao advance

    Mumbai: Fancied Satbir Narula and Shailesh Rao registered impressive 2-0 wins to advance to the second round, in the Citilights Radio Club All India Open Handicap Snooker & Invitation Billiards Tournament on Saturday.

  • Monis guides Al. Barkat to final

    Mumbai: All-rounder Mohd Monis performed superbly with both bat and ball to guide Al. Barkat Malik M.I. English School, Mumbai to a four-wicket win  against Kiddy’s Corner Higher Secondary School, Gwalior in a semi-final contest of the Coca-Cola Cricket Cup (boy’s under-16) Inter-State Challenge, played at Air India ground, Kalina, here on Saturday.