Free Press Journal
  • ZP decides to stop

    taking action against power bill defaulters

  • Rooney key player at Man U, says Mourinho

    London : Manchester United head coach Jose Mourinho has assured Wayne Rooney of his future at the English Premier League club, insisting the club captain will remain an important figure in his squad.

  • Big coaches makes EPL unpredictable, says David Beckham

    London : England and Manchester United legend David Beckham believes that the arrival of big-name coaches in the English Premier League, especially Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, will make the forthcoming season more exciting, unpredictable and something which the football fans will surely enjoy watching.

  • Police detain two murder accused

    Ujjain : Chimanganj Mandi police on Friday picked up two youths for allegedly stabbing a youth to death. The blood-stained body of Sunil Malviya alias Sonu (19), resident of Sanjay Nagar was recovered from MR-5 Road near Gulmohar Colony on Thursday night. He was stabbed and strangulated to death and the killers had reportedly thrown the body on no man’s land. During interrogation, police discovered that the deceased had an altercation with

  • 12 gumtis removed from Mandi premises

    Ujjain : As many as one dozen gumtis were removed from the Chimanganj Krishi Upaj Mandi premises, here on Friday. The encroachers had grabbed the government land and developed the gumtis by putting teen-shades on the land.

  • ‘Don’t care if United have to pay record fee for Pogba’

    Turin : Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has said he does not care if English football club Manchester United has to pay a world record transfer fee for his client and added he is only trying to get the best deal for the Frenchman.

  • Go Trump yourself: Clinton camp launches ‘Donald insult app’

    Washington: If you want to get insulted by Donald Trump, here’s your chance with rival Hillary Clinton’s campaign launching a ‘Trump Yourself’ app that superimposes his “memorable quotes” onto your Facebook profile picture.

  • Mayor meets leprosy patients; finds their condition serious

    Ujjain : Mayor Meena Jonwal conducted inspection of the ‘Hamukhei Kushth Basti’ on Friday and directed the concerned officials to ensure availability of all the basic amenities in the locality. The Basti, which falls under ward no. 54, was adopted by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. More than 100 families suffering from leprosy have been residing there. The residents had repeatedly raised the issue of their plight, but to no avail. On

  • India Inc’s deal tally dips 4 pc to $17.5 bn in January-June

    New Delhi :  India Inc’s deal making activity eased in the first half of this year with 162 deals worth US $17.5 billion, even as the momentum looks bullish in the long run, says a Mergermarket report. According to the global deal tracking firm, deal making activity in the first half of the year was down 4 per cent in value terms, compared to deals worth US $18.2 billion in January-June period

  • Allardyce gets the job

    London : Sam Allardyce is the new England manager after the Football Association officially appointed him on Friday, 10 years after he failed to convince them he was the right man for the job.

  • Self-certification must to reveal tax residency for investors

    This has reference to the news articles which appeared in certain newspapers in the last couple of days, wherein it is reported  that 5 million mutual fund folios are facing risk of closure due to non-submission of THE Foreign Account Tax Compliance ACT (FATCA) self-certification by the investors, involving redemption value in excess of ₹1 lakh crore.

  • Easy win for Don Bosco

    Mumbai : Former champions Don Bosco HS ‘A’, Matunga romped to a facile 3-0 win against Don Bosco HS, Borivali in the boy’s under-16 Div-I league match of the MSSA inter-schools football tournament and played at the Schools Sports Centre, Azad Maidan on Friday. Atharva Gaikar, Aryan Hukumchand and Lance Fernandes, all struck a goal each for the Matunga schoolboys.

  • Workshop on education today

    Ujjain : A day-long workshop on new education policy will be organised on Saturday from 11.30 am at GDC, Dussehra Maidan. Shiksha Sanskrati Utthan Nyas and Government Girls Post-graduate College have been jointly organising the workshop. According to Ashok Kadel, higher education regional additional director Dr Usha Shrivastava will open the programme. There will be four sessions, to be participated by various educationists.