Free Press Journal
  • Education paragon Dr Sudhakar speaks at press club

    Ujjain : The man, who has become a paradigm in education fields, holds a world record for earning degrees in more than 50 different fields blessed the journalists of city with his knowledge. Dr PJ Sudhakar, a student, teacher, educationist, poet, writer, journalist, doctor and so on he himself does not exactly remember number of trades he has mastered.

  • Vice-President of BJYM murdered

    Dewas : Vice-President of Bhartiya Janta Yuwa Morcha Ashish Joshi (35 yrs) was murdered by unidentified assailants on Friday late night at Barjhai Ghat of Bagli tehsil of the district. Reason behind the murder is still unknown.

  • Student killed in mishap

    Dewas : Bhupender Singh (14 yrs), son of Lakhan Singh, was killed by the rash driving of a truck driver on Saturday morning around 11.45 am. The truck driver also injured Vasant Doshi (14 yrs), son of Sumer Doshi, and 3 employees of Municipal Corporation.

  • Govt makes formal request for CBI probe into Jbp Dean death

    BHOPAL: The State government has sent its notification and request to the department of personnel and training to hand over Jabalpur Medical College dean Dr DK Sakalle’s mysterious death case to CBI, after announcement of home minister Babulal Gaur in this regard.

  • Sudhir sent to PR in constables’ recruitment fraud

    BHOPAL : Mining baron Sudhir Sharma, who had surrendered before the District and session’s court on Friday, has been sent on police remand till July 30 in connection with police constables’ recruitment fraud.

  • Grit & gumption

    Colombo :  Captain Hashim Amla struck a gritty 139 not out but failed to stop Sri Lanka from taking the driver’s seat in the second Test against South Africa on Saturday.

  • Sudhir watches TV, relishes homemade food in STF custody

    BHOPAL : The Special Task Force of Madhya Pradesh Police might have been looking for mining baron Sudhir Sharma for a long time but it does not seem to be in a hurry to interrogate him.

  • Competent authorities did not adhere to rules: AFRC

    BHOPAL: AFRC pulled up the Directorate of medical education for not following the Supreme Court’s guidelines in admissions in private medical colleges, quoting that non-adherence by competent authorities to the prescribed schedule by the apex court, is one of the major reasons for large scale vacant seats at the last date of prescribed admissions.

  • India look to consolidate lead against struggling England

    Southampton :  They have snatched the momentum with a brilliant show on the dreaded Lord’s green-top and India’s in-form cricketers would now aim to take an unassailable series lead against a demoralised England in the third cricket Test starting here today.

  • Lokayukta raids ploy to divert attention from mega recruitment scams?

    BHOPAL : The special police Establishment (SPE) of Lokayukta has come to the rescue of the state government by trying to divert attention from the Vyapam and other recruitment scams surfacing one after another in the State.

  • Picking right combination would be key, says Dhoni

    Southampton : India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni says since 1-0 is a very slender lead in a long series, they have to be on their toes and pick right combination for the third Test, beginning here today.

  • Alastair Cook

    Can repeat what we did in that 2012 series: Cook

    Southampton: England captain Alastair Cook is drawing confidence from the 2012 Test series in India where his team came from being a loss down to script a memorable 2-1 series win, a first for them in 28 years.

  • MPSEB office attacked, vehicles damaged, staff thrashed

    BHOPAL : Enraged over unscheduled and repeated power cuts, the locals of Pan Basti at Hamidia Road on Friday late night reached MPEB Office near Nadra bus stand and  thrashed the employees of Power Discom Company that has been given maintenance work by the power company.

  • Central Excise Inspector’s house burgled

    BHOPAL: Burglars struck at the locked house of an Excise Officer located at JK Town under Kolar police station and escaped with booty worth Rs 2.50 lakhs between July 24 and 26.  The incident came to light on Saturday morning, when the house owner, along with other family members, returned to his home only to find it burgled. Subsequently, he approached the Kolar police station and lodged a complaint. TI, Kolar Akhilesh

  • Sachin bats for Pro-Kabaddi league

    Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar pledged his support to kabaddi and said he was amazed to see the speed of the players on the inaugural day of the Kabbadi league.

  • State leaders eyeing Solanki’s RS seat

    BHOPAL : With the appointment of Rajya Sabha member from Madhya Pradesh Kaptan Singh Solanki as Governor of Haryana, the state leaders have become active. Solanki’s RS term ends in April, 2018. In this situation, he would be replaced by a new person in Rajya Sabha for the remaining term of three years and nine months. State leaders Meghraj Jain, Vinod Gotia and Chaudhary Rakesh Singh have become lobbying for entry into

  • Sikh cagers should have rebelled: Bedi

    New Delhi :  Furious at the recent incident of India’s Sikh basketball players being asked to remove turbans at the Asia Cup in China, former cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi said the cagers should have walked out of the match instead of complying with the diktat.

  • Truck laden with potatoes overturns

    NARSINGHPUR: The frequency of vehicle accidents on the NH 26 and NH 12 has gone up in the last few months. In an accident that was reported on Thursday night a truck loaded with potatoes overturned besides the road, near the barrier, at Barman on NH 26 while on way to Kareli. The truck was coming from Agra and was going to Seoni. According to information received from Barman police chowki, the