Free Press Journal
  • Sena on notice as PM, Pawar renew liaison

    Baramati : Putting behind past rancour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday shared the dais with NCP leader Sharad Pawar and had lunch with him, setting off speculation about a possible political realignment in the State.

  • One killed in accident

    Dewas : An unidentified youth was killed after a speeding truck hit him near Sonkachh bypass on Saturday evening. 20 years old Dilip Patel of district Sidhi was killed when he was riding on a motorcycle with his friend Rakesh and a truck hit their motorcycle. Police are trying to nab the truck driver.

  • Two drowns

    Dewas : Two persons were drowned in separate incidents on Saturday. The first incident was reported when body of Kishan Gawali of Gawali Mohalla was found floating in Mitha Talab near Gogadevi temple. The victim was missing since Friday evening. Another case was reported when villagers noticed body of a youth in Kali Sindh river in the afternoon. The identity of the deceased is not established.

  • ‘Lingaa’ makers plan mass begging outside Rajni’s home!

    Chennai : One of Asia”s highest paid film actors, Rajnikanth, who once famously took his fee in gold coins from renowned producer Nagi Reddy, could soon see film distributors land up with begging bowls outside his Poes Garden residence in Chennai. Well, at least that is what the distributors of his latest film ‘Lingaa’ that bombed at the box office have threatened to do if he does not compensate them for huge

  • History for the taking

    Adelaide : Plagued by injuries and inconsistent performances, a jittery India will begin their title defence, taking inspiration from history when they lock horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in what promises to be a high voltage opening round clash of the ICC Cricket World Cup, here tomorrow.

  • World Cup gets going on power of FIRSTS…

    Rain or raining runs, ICC World Cup 2015 got to a start 10 minutes later than the scheduled time, due to intermediate downpour at Christchurch. FIRST TOSS of the World Cup 2015 was won by Sri Lanka against New Zealand.

  • CM takes part in Rudra Sagar cleaning drive

    Ujjain : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Saturday participated in the ongoing cleaning drive at Rudra Sagar pond.

  • tractor collides with truck, one died

    Ujjain : A 20-year-old village youth was killed while two others were injured in a collision between a tractor and truck here at village Paat near Maksi Road on Friday. The tractor was parked on roadside when the speeding truck hit it.

  • Essel billing counters to remain open today

    Ujjain : The Essel company will keep its billing counters open at Nai Sadak and Maksi Road zonal offices from 10 am to 3 pm on Sunday. Consumers can pay their electricity bill at both the offices on Sunday. PRO Sourabh Shastri informed that consumers can contact them on 07346611000 or reachus.ujnpower@utility.esselgroup.com.

  • Shree Ramcharit Manas Katha begins

    Ujjain : Week-long Shree Ramcharit Manas Katha was inaugurated at Muktakashi Manch of Kalidas Sanskrit Academy in the presence of Acharya Brahmarishi Kirit Bhai ‘Rishishwar’, here on Saturday. The seer advised the audience to follow the nine steps in their life. He talked about not to criticise Vedas and Shastras, do not criticize seers, do not distinguish between Shiv and Vishnu, do not forget their favourite deity and the guru, do not

  • Flashback: India-Pakistan battles and their coloured rivalry

    Adelaide : The World Cup may start Feb 14 but for the Indian sub-continent the tournament will well and truly begin a day after when defending champions India face traditional rivals Pakistan in a Group B match at the Adelaide Oval.

  • Swine flu claims 6 lives

    Indore : The deadly H1N1 influenza claimed lives of six patients, on Saturday. Five patients died in MY Hospital while one succumbed to the disease in a private hospital.

  • Gaud, others to take oath on Feb 20

    Indore : The newly-elected corporators and mayor-elect Malini Gaud will take oath on February 20. Though there were confusions over the date and venue, they were cleared last night during the meeting with the CM.

  • Virology testing lab, a distant dream

    Indore : It seems the recent announcement of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan to establish an ICMR Virology Lab in the city may take at least six months time.

  • Two injured in road accident

    Indore: A motorcyclist was injured when his bike rammed into a Maruti Swift car on Saturday. An Activa rider was injured in the accident. Police are investigating the matter.

  • Talented kids awarded

    Indore : Members of Indore Press Club conducted an award ceremony for talented1 children. In memory of Nandkumar Kasturi, a function was held as ‘Kabiliyat Ko Salam ‘.Police Radio Training School Director , DIG Varun Kapoor and Vice-Chancellor of Oriental University Dr KL Thakral awarded over 100 children with cash and certificates and medals. Harish Kasturi conducted the programme. Guests were greeted by Praveen Kumar Khariwal and Arvind Tiwari.

  • Mumbai univ emerges winner in quiz

    Indore : The 30th Inter-University National Youth Festival, Pravah, was inaugurated by Prof Sandhya Vajpai, Prof Chandan Gupta and Prof AK Singh by lighting candles here on Saturday.

  • Guv back after giving explanation to Prez, PM; keeps mum

    BHOPAL : Governor Ramnaresh Yadav returned to the capital on Saturday after giving clarifications to President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the name of his son surfacing in the Vyapam mega scam.