Free Press Journal
  • Gujarat Lions clinch thriller

    Pune :  Gujarat Lions rode on a collective batting effort by Dwayne Smith (63 off 37) and Brendon McCullum (43 off 22) which helped them edge past Rising Pune Supergiants by three wickets in a nail-biting Indian Premier League (IPL) match at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on Friday.

  • Praveen Amre backs Zaheer Khan

    New Delhi : Zaheer Khan may not have been very effective in Delhi Daredevils’ IPL campaign so far but assistant coach Praveen Amre on Friday said the Indian paceman was leading the side well and takes responsibility of bowling in pressure situations.

  • Many PhD holders cry foul as registration window shuts

    Indore :  Thousands of candidates, who had registered or obtained doctoral degree prior to PhD Regulations-2009, are disappointed as they could not apply for assistant professors posts lying vacant at government colleges across the state even as the registration window closed on Friday.

  • Most b-schools mislead pupils with fake placement reports

    Indore :  Master of Business Administration (MBA) course, one of the most sought-after courses in the country, is not as much employment generating as being projected by most of the b-schools with fake placement reports.

  • Salamatpur shares its success formula with Rajan

    BHOPAL :  The Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan, during on the second day of his visit to the capital, drove to Salamatpur village in Raisen district on Friday morning.

  • What’s the rush on Bengali Square?

    Indore :  Bengali Square is notorious for accidents, particularly during rush hours and accidents more often than not end up in arguments between drivers and cops or with other drivers with skirmishes thrown in for good measures.

  • Collector, sp & fair officer get fresh lease of life!

    Ujjain :  District collector Kavindra Kiyawat, SP Manohar Verma and Ujjain municipal corporation commissioner-cum-mela officer Avinash Lavaniya, who were under sharp criticisms in the wake of various mismanagements during first Shani Snan (April 22), came before the media to defend their sides. Incidentally, they felt relaxed as the questions raised by them finally gave them a fresh lease of life.

  • Congress irks over Narendra Giri’s statement

    Ujjain :  District Congress Committee (DCC) has irked over the controversial statement of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad president Narendra Giri who in his address at the inauguration of Nehru Yuva Kendra tagged the first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru as leader with no importance.

  • Glimpse of Akhara’s internal life – Kotwals- dedicated protectors of Akharas

    Ujjain :  Once a person takes Sanyaas and becomes a Sadhu, Akhara becomes his home. The internal life of Akharas are more or less same as of outer world as some Sadhus of Akhara serves as Kotwal (police) or some plays the role of Pujari, driver, chefs, Kothari and others.

  • NCC cadets feted for exceptional services

    Ujjain :  NCC cadets and officials working in close co-operation with the Simhastha Sevadal Sub-Committee as its main constituent for extending charitable services to the pilgrims and devotees at Simhastha Mahaparv were felicitated in a function organised here at Ujjain Polytechnic College on Friday.

  • City lads create mobile app ‘Digital Simhastha’

    Ujjain :  City based two software engineers working in a leading IT company of Mumbai have come up with an amazing mobile app Digital Simhastha, which has turned handy for the mobile users planning to visit Simhastha Mahakumbh.

  • Saina Nehwal in semis at Asia Badminton Championship

    Wuhan (China) :  Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal continued her consistent run in international circuit, reaching yet another semifinal at the USD 200,000 Asia Badminton Championship here on Friday.

  • Indore cyclists spreading green message in Simhastha

    Indore :  Spreading the message of cleaner and greener cities, at least 54 cyclists reached Ujjain and shared the benefits of cycling with Simhastha visitors.

  • One rule for us, another for India: Richards

    Kingston :  The legendary Viv Richards has lashed out at ICC for its official reprimand of the World T20 champions West Indies, stating that it has one rule for the Darren Sammy-led outfit and another for Indian cricket team.

  • Modi fooled me, rues Jethmalani

    New Delhi : Former Union minister and legal luminary Ram Jethmalani is very disappointed with Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “not fulfilling” his key poll promise of bringing back black money stashed abroad.

  • La Liga title race hots up

    Madrid :  Barcelona hold the slightest of advantages in a thrilling three-way La Liga title race with just three games remaining ahead of their trip to Real Betis on Saturday.