Free Press Journal
  • Umesh Gujjar misses ton by 3 runs

    Mumbai :  Thanks to Umesh Gujjar’s hard-hitting 97, MCC (Blue) scored a thumping 175-runs victory over Twisters Sports Club in the knockout quarterfinals of the  five-team double-leg Twister-MCC-Pro40 League-season-3 played at Cross  Maidan here today. The winners will next take on MCC (Green) in the semifinals to be played on next Thursday.

  • Ujjain Engineering College hosts international seminar to mark Golden Jubilee

    Ujjain :  Ujjain Engineering College (UEC) is hosting two-day International Seminar to mark Golden Jubilee year from Tuesday. Principal Dr Umesh Pendharkar informed that the International Seminar will be held on ‘Inclusion of Vedic and Spiritual Values & Indian Genres in Technical Education’ in which scholars from nation and abroad.

  • Government Kalidas College hosts 2-day National Seminar

    Ujjain :  Government Kalidas Girls Lead College is organizing a two day National Seminar sponsored by University Grant Commission, New Delhi from March 29, 2016. The seminar will focus on strategies for sustainable use of air, land, water, energy and agriculture resources. Delegates from Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat and different places of Madhya Pradesh will come for participating in the seminar. Approximate 200 participants will discuss on the issues of environmental

  • Debt-ridden farmer kills self in Nashik

    Nashik : A debt-ridden farmer allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison at his residence in Khirdi village of Nashik district, police said on Monday. Dattu Choudhari (48) yesterday committed suicide as he was unable to pay loan of Rs one lakh.

  • Education takes large chunk of Delhi budget

    New Delhi : Delhi government on Monday set aside Rs 10,690 crore for education sector, the highest among all the plan heads, promising to make government schools better than private schools with robust infrastrcuture and teachers trained at “Harvard, Cambridge and Oxford”.

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    Rajan for guidelines by nations on monetary policy behaviour

    Mumbai : There should be guidelines for responsible monetary policy behaviour globally as aggressive actions by one nation can lead to significant adverse cross- border spillovers on others, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has suggested.