Free Press Journal
  • Sania Mirza Advances in Mixed Doubles of French Open Tennis

    Paris: Indian stars Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna were knocked out with their partners in the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles while Sania Mirza cruised in the mixed doubles quarters of the French Open tennis tournament here on Wednesday.

  • Pro boxers allowed in Olympics

    New Delhi : The International Boxing Association (AIBA) might have allowed professional boxers to compete in the Olympics but India’s biggest pro star Vijender Singh will not be seen in the Rio de Janeiro Games as he hasn’t been left with any time or chance to make the cut.

  • Teachers burn order copies of 6th pay commission

    Ujjain : New order released by panchayat and rural development department regarding the 6th pay commission have irked the teachers of the state in the same row teachers of the city burnt the order copies here at Tower Square, on Wednesday.

  • Vaghela demands reconstitution of investigation committee

    UJJAIN : Former senate member of Vikram University Rajendra Kumar Vaghela has alleged financial irregularities in the conduct of exams of MP Bhoj University at its Ujjain regional centre.  Referring to the letter issued by Vice-chancellor of Bhoj Varsity regarding constitution of committee to examine the alleged irregularities at university’s regional centre he said, committee members have a long history of corruption.

  • DCC chief riding tonga leads protest against petro price hike

    BHOPAL : The staged a demonstration protesting the recent hike in price of petroleum products on Wednesday. DCC chief led the rally, riding a tonga. Hundreds of party workers followed raising slogans against the NDA and the state governments.

  • Swift police action saves tribal woman from women traffickers, 5 arrested

    Khategaon :  Prompt police action has saved a tribal woman from the clutches of women traffickers. The district police have arrested the accused and on the basis of the woman’s statement and police probe, registered a case (no. 463/16) under section 370 of IPC in the incident.

  • WRD undertakes patch work of river ghats

    Ujjain : Patch work in the ghats from Lalpur to Gaughat have started here on Wednesday and will continue till June 1, 2016. The patch work took place in the presence of time keeper Manoj Thakur and sub-engineer DK Sehgal.

  • VU issues online admission procedure

    Ujjain  : Vikram University (VU) has issued its admission procedure for various courses conducted by University Teaching Departments. Online admission process has started for 2016-17 session for more than 50 courses.

  • India’s growth curve to accelerate further: Jaitley

    “Notwithstanding an unsupportive global environment, I firmly do believe that India has the potential over the next year or two to improve upon this growth rates and continue to retain its position as the world’s fastest growing economy,” -Arun Jaitley/ Finance Minister (more…)

  • 17 govt employees feted on retirement

    Ujjain : Collector Kavindra Kiyawat on Wednesday felicitated 17 government employees of different departments on their retirement during a programme held at Brahaspathi Bhavan.

  • MIT students prepare all-terrain wheelchair for disabled

    Indore :  Engineering students of Malwa Institute of Technology (MIT) have prepared an all-terrain wheelchair for disabled, which is a combination of tri-cycle and wheelchair.

  • Traffic in-charge alleged of abusing

    Umaria: A transporter has alleged traffic in charge Dinesh Tripathi of abusing and trying to beat him in the police station. He has also requested to take action against Tripathi to Superintendent of police.

  • Robbery in Jain temple

    Narsinghpur : A Jain temple situated in the main market at village Aamgaon Bada was robbed by some unidentified thieves. Thieves broke the channel gate and stole Chhatra, Mukut, Poojan Samagri and also tried to break donation trunk.

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    Tendulkar to lend name for anti-drug campaign

    Thiruvananthapuram : Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar has agreed to a request of CPI-M LDF government in Kerala to use his name in a campaign against drug and liquor abuse in the state.

  • Gershwin scores winner as Chimbai emerge champs

    Mumbai : Chimbai SC scored late in the second half to come out trumps defeating Sea View SC 1-0 in the final of the SPYC (St. Peter’s Youth Centre) conducted inaugural late Gilbert Pereira Instant Hockey Tournament, played at the Fr Donnelly Gym St. Stanislaus High School Ground, Bandra.