Free Press Journal
  • Man who duped BJP leader arrested

    Posing as nephew of BJP national president Amit Shah he conned Rs 80, 000 from MLA Mohan Yadav’s PA.

  • City team bag 5 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze

    Ujjain: City team won five gold, six silver and four bronze medals in 2nd Tong Il Moo Do Federation Cup held in Mathgaon, Goa. Director Sandeep Joshi told that Puruksh Lodhi, Jeet Tank, Abhijit Singh Panwar, Arpana Singh Panwar, Jahnvi Choudhary won gold medals.

  • Waves of Copacabana

    Sex crime in Olympic Village

  • Cong demands to make lifts operational, warns of hunger strike Charak Hospital Row

    Ujjain : Congress leaders on Friday met CMHO Dr Pradeep Vyas and demanded to make the lifts operational at Charak Hospital citing pregnant ladies find it difficult to climb stairs to reach the upper floors of the hospital. They also warned of holding a hunger strike in case their demand is not accepted in a week time.

  • GSA remembers freedom fighters with essay contest

    Ujjain : Gyan Sagar Academy students witnessed a proud moment as they remembered the great martyrs who sacrificed their lives to make India independent with an essay competition. A prize distribution ceremony was held under the aegis of Revolutionaries Memoirs Committee of the school in which the winners of essay competition were awarded.

  • Darshan entry for Naagchandreshwar at 10.30 pm today

    Ujjain : Entry into the Mahakaleshwar temple for the devotees to visit Naagchandreshwar on Saturday will be allowed from 10.30 pm. Doors of Naagchandreshwar temple located on the first floor of Mahakaleshwar temple’s summit are opened once in a year on the occasion of Naagpanchami.

  • Rangana Herath’s hat-trick sets tone for series win

    Galle : Sri Lanka took three late wickets as they tightened the screws on Australia in the second Test in Galle Friday after setting the tourists a daunting target of 413 to save the series.

  • Training held

    Ujjain: A training programme was held for the organisations constituted for Cooperative Innovation and Transport Operators under the guidance of Dr Manoj Jaiswal. District Cooperative Association manager JP Bairagi told that Dr Jaiswal detailed the interests of organisations constituted recently.

  • Kin of lady patient create ruckus in CH

    Ujjain : The family members of a lady patient created ruckus at the Civil Hospital (CH), here on Friday afternoon, complaining delay in providing medical help to the patient. The lady identified as Reena Parmar, resident of Kala Patther area, sustained severe injuries reportedly due to electrocution, but she failed to get the treatment at CH even after two hours of the incident. Irked over the delay, the kin of the patient

  • No headway at SGM

    “There was no headway in the meeting which was over in just an hour. The general body entrusted President and Secretary to deal with the committee,” a senior BCCI official told PTI.

  • Coal India secures 96 per cent booking for auction for CPPs

    Kolkata : Coal India Ltd (CIL) secured a booking of 18.07 million tonnes (mt) of coal against the offer of 18.86 mt in the recently-concluded coal linkage e-auction for captive power plants (CPPs), a company official said on Friday.

  • Elderly man dies

    Ujjain : An elderly man died after he fell from a two storey building near Narendra Talkies, on Thursday night. Kotwali police spotted the dead body and informed the kin. According to police, Vimalchand Minda, 78, a resident of Narendra Talkies locality had gone to sleep in the room on the second floor of his house at 10 pm. His wife was also sleeping in the room. Patrolling team found him dead

  • Embassy of Israel Looking for the Next Hot Indian Startup

    The Embassy of Israel in cooperation with TiE Delhi-NCR will host the “Start Tel Aviv” competition India Finals on 12th August. Two women entrepreneurs will be awarded a trip to the Startup Nation by the Ambassador of Israel to India. Who will they be?

  • Easy win for Catholic Gymkhana

    Mumbai : Catholic Gymkhana ‘A’ and ‘B’ registered easy 2-0 wins in the team event of doubles to enter the second round of the Matunga Gymkhana Maharashtra state masters inter-club badminton tournament, organized and hosted by Matunga Gymkhana and managed by Shuttle Craze academy under the auspices of Maharashtra Badminton Association (MBA).

  • St. Andrew’s clin­­­ch DSO U-17 title

    Mumbai : St. Andrew’s junior college  put up stupendous fight back to rally from 0-1 down to beat  another Bandra  outfit, Rizvi Junior College 2-1  to clinch the boys under-17 title in the Maharashtra government’s DSO (Divisional Sports Office)’s Subroto Mukherjee Cup football tournament at St Francis D’Assisi high school ground  (Borivali) ground here on Friday. The corresponding title in the girls section was claimed by RSB Arya Vidyamandir from Juhu, who

  • Kaushik Basu hails GST, says any price rise to be short-term

    Kolkata : Hailing the passage of the GST Bill, World Bank Chief Economist Kaushik Basu on Friday said any immediate “price jerk or inflation” would be a one-time affair, but the tax reform’s long-term growth benefit will be immense.