Free Press Journal
  • Ian Bell

    Match is nicely poised, says Ian Bell

    Manchester: Despite extending the lead to 85 runs, the ongoing fourth cricket Test between India and England is “nicely poised”, feels England’s middle-order mainstay Ian Bell.

  • Accident

    Five killed in road mishap in Azamgarh

    Azamgarh (UP): Five pilgrims, including three of a family, were killed and three others injured when a jeep rammed into a stationary truck in Gambhirpur area.

  • Serena Williams

    Serena, Venus to clash in Montreal semi-finals

    Montreal: Serena and Venus Williams will clash in the semi-finals of the Montreal WTA tournament after the American sisters battled through tough three-setters in the quarter-finals here.

  • Ankita Raina

    Ankita Raina bows out of Belgium ITF event

    New Delhi:  Ankita Raina put up a valiant fight and saved two match points before losing the singles quarterfinal of the USD 25,000 ITF women’s event in Koksijde, Belgium.

  • Ebola Outbreak

    EU boosts aid to contain Ebola outbreak

    Brussels: The European Union (EU) is increasing by an additional eight million euros ($10.7 million) its efforts to contain the spread of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in West Africa.

  • Kiyawat’s posting as collector annoys MLAs, BJP leaders

    Ujjain : Though the new collector Kavindra Kiyawat will join the office of Ujjain collector on August 11 (Monday), the peoples’ representatives and BJP leaders do not welcome his posting here.

  • Rally taken out to mark diarrhea control fortnight

    Ujjain: Model Cluster Government Middle School Jamalpura took out an awareness rally to mark diarrhea control fortnight on Friday. Students raised slogans like ‘Feed ORS and gink and keep away from diarrhea’ during the awareness rally. Principal RC Paliwal informed that 52 students of the school took out a rally and made rural people aware about how to control diarrhea and its treatment.

  • Rapist sentenced 7-yr imprisonment

    Ujjain : District court convicted a rape accused and sentenced him seven year of rigorous imprisonment under Section 376 (1) of IPC, here on Friday. SP Anurag Kumar informed that a rape victim had lodged a complaint against rape accused Kamal, 40, son of Mayaram Chamar, resident of Dudhli under Maksi police station on December 21, 2011. Complainant informed police that she was raped by accused Kamal at the farm of Devi

  • Campus level counseling on Aug 11

    Ujjain : School of Engineering and Technology, Vikram University have organised a campus level counseling for filling vacant seats of undergraduate courses. The counseling has been organised on August 12, for vacant seats of different branches onwards 11 am. All admissions will be in accordance with DTE rules. All applicants are required to register at MP Online portal with their necessary documents.

  • PIS launches ‘Parivartan-2014-15’

    Ujjain : Podar International School (PIS) has launched Parivartan-2014-15- A Drive for a Better Democracy to campaign against corruption, child labour, social inequality and description on the basis of gender, disability and colour.

  • Kothi Road feeder to remain shut today

    Ujjain: Power will not be supplied in Kothi Road area as the feeder will remain shut throughout the day on Saturday. Essel company will carry out maintenance work in the area between 9 am to 4 pm. PRO Essel Company Sunil Sharma informed that maintenance team of Essel company has been engaged in transformer maintenance, load balancing, jumper change and maintenance work of AB switch. Due to above mentioned work, power supply

  • Theft at Sudama Nagar Hanuman temple

    Ujjain : Thieves struck at the Hanunman Temple of Sudama Nagar here on wee hours of Friday morning and decamped with a 5 kg bronze bell worth thousands. According to the police, the thieves entered the temple by picking locks of the temple taking advantage of darkness. No CCTV cameras were installed on the temple premises. The locks of all the donation boxes were not touched. Thieves also took away the flute

  • Son commits suicide following father’s demise

    Ujjain : In tragic incident, the son of a man who was died due to illness committed suicide here on Friday. Akash Tetwal,  whose father Mahesh Chandra Tetwal passed away after his prolonged illness in his residence of Bherunala, committed suicide by hanging from a fan hook at his residence on Friday morning. It was not exactly known why the youth took the extreme step. It was told that he was upset

  • Residents throng market before Rakshabandhan

    Ujjain : With just one day left for Rakshabandhan, city markets on Friday wore a crowded look with hundreds of shoppers purchasing designer and fancy rakhis.

  • 500kg mawa seized from bus

    Indore : Continuing its drive against adulterated food products, the District Administration, on Friday seized 500 kg adulterated mawa and 100 kg chocolate from a bus. The bus was coming from Gwalior and was stopped by the administration team at Mangliya bypass around 9 am.

  • Rs 35-L property of IDA officer to be confiscated

    Indore : Special court judge AK Singh on Friday ordered to confiscate assets worth Rs 35.75 lakh belonging to Assistant Estate Officer of Indore Development Authority (IDA) in a case related to amassing wealth disproportionate to his known sources of income.

  • One month-old found abandoned in train

    Indore : A one-month old infant boy of was found abandoned in the general coach of Indore-Amritsar train on Friday. The boy was spotted by a sweeper while cleaning the coach after which he immediately informed the station master and the GRP police.

  • IMC team razes 225 huts, kiosks in Devguradiya

    Indore : IMC removal gang along with police razed as many as 200 huts, 25 kiosks and several other encroachments between Trenching Ground Bypass and Devguradiya, on Friday. The team had to face outrage of encroachers at some places but it carried out action unaffected.