Free Press Journal
  • I-T action hits 800 bogus capital gainers hard

    Indore : Over 800 obtainers of bogus capital gains from trading penny stocks are in doldrums whether to opt for IDS or comply the notice of the IT department to pay tax. Either way they have to pay heavy tax.

  • Spineless Aussies succumb

    Galle : Off-spinner Dilruwan Perera bagged six wickets to fashion Sri Lanka’s historic series win over Australia on Saturday as the world number one side suffered a humiliating 229-run loss inside three days in the second Test in Galle.

  • PTM at Madhav Science College

    Ujjain : Government Madhav Science College organised parents teacher meeting here on Saturday. Additional director, higher education, Usha Shrivastava chaired the meeting. In her address, she said, overall development of students is their endeavours. Children’s development is through career cell, personality development cell, NSS, NCC, etc. Prof Arpan Bharadwaj introduced the college while Dr Ajay Saxena introduced the professors and staff. Parents gave feedback and suggested for the improvement. Dr Shakuntala Pandey

  • Investiture ceremony held at Colonel’s Academy

    Mhow : “Leaders are not born but are made by their experiences in life”, keeping up with this thought, the Investiture Ceremony of Colonel’s Academy for the academic session 2016-17, was held in a special ceremony in the School premises here on Saturday. The event was presided over by the chief guest Brig PS Bains and Mrs Bains and the head of the school Keran Bahadur.

  • Markandey Katju’s first interim report ready

    New Delhi : Former Supreme Court Justice Markandey Katju has already prepared a first interim report on behalf of the BCCI based on the Justice Lodha panel recommendations, which is now binding after the Supreme Court verdict on July 18. He will be handing over the said report to the BCCI president Anurag Thakur at a formal event.

  • Darren Sammy sacked

    “I got a call yesterday, it was probably 30 seconds, from the chairman of selectors telling me that they’ve reviewed the captaincy of the Twenty20 team and I won’t be captain anymore and that my performances have not merited selection in the squad.” Darren Sammy (In a video on his Facebook wall) St. John’s

  • Excellence Science Club organises science seminar

    Ujjain : Excellence Science Club organised science seminar on ‘Pulses for Permanent Food Security: Possibilities and Challenges’ at School for Excellence, Madhav Nagar, on Saturday.

  • Blood donation camp

    Ujjain: Blood donation camp was organised under the joint aegis of Advance College and Red Ribbon Club, on Saturday. 35 units of blood were collected while 80 volunteers undertook blood test. Blood bank in-charge of Rotary Club Dr Kailash Devda, Pushpa Mission director Father Anthony, Rotary Club secretary DK Parik, chairman Brijesh Pandya, director Alok Shukla, Lalit Jain and administrative director Dr Meena Vadhwani were among others present on the occasion.

  • Double golf for Aaryan Bhosale, Monique

    Mumbai : To Aaryan Bhosale of Forest Club goes the honour of creating new mark in the men’s 200m back stroke – the day’s only record breaking feat-  on the opening day of the GAF-GMAAA senior and lower age group swimming meet, held at Tata Power Swimming Pool, Chembur, on Saturday.

  • Noel Plavila and Shakib score hat-tricks

    Mumbai : St. Joseph’s H.S., Juhu riding on Noel Plavila’s brilliant hat-trick put it across Thakur Vidya Mandir H.S., Kandivali by 3-1 scoreline in a boy’s under-16 Div-III league match of the MSSA inter-schools football tonament and played at the Schools Sports Centre, Azad Maidan on Saturday. Thakur Vidya Mandir got the lone goal through Yash Singh.

  • VU opens admission link till Aug 12

    Ujjain : Vikram University (VU) will keep its admission link open till August 12, 2016. Prospective students can apply for admission in the UG, PG, certificate and diploma courses at university teaching departments and other affiliated colleges against the vacant seats. The last date of online application is August 12, 2016. Students can file application through MP Online and submitting necessary documents at the concerned UTDs and colleges. Students who had appeared

  • England fights back

    Birmingham : Riding on the solid performance by the middle order after the openers gave them a good start, England scored 414/5 at stumps on day 4. With that scoreline, England is leading Pakistan with 311 runs taking the match into an exiting last day finish.

  • MP Bhoj Varsity to hold exams from Aug 29

    Ujjain : MP Bhoj Open University is going to organise examination of PG and professional courses from August 29, 2016.

  • Sachin & Kiran into mixed doubles semis

    Mumbai : The fourth seeded pair of Sachin Bharati and Kiran Shete will clash against the second seeded duo of Shailesh Daga and Naheed Divecha in the open mixed doubles semi-finals of the  Matunga Gymkhana Maharashtra state masters inter-club badminton tournament.

  • MITians bag jobs in Prachi Infra

    Ujjain : Students of civil engineering of MIT Group of Institutes bagged placements in leading construction firm Prachi Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. Group training and placement coordinator Anurag Bhadania informed that the firm works for dam, intake well, overhead water tank, etc and has its head office in Indore. Ankush Surana, Rajesh Dagi, Nidhi Raghuwanshi, Tribhuvan Malviya and Akshay Agrawal have been selected in the placement interview.

  • Raghwani made prez; Fatima secy

    Ujjain: Dayaldas Raghwani and Fatima Jagirdar were appointed president and secretary of Lions Club Ujjain Gold. The new executive council was formed in the presence of charter president Sanjay Saxena and director Shailesh Kalwadia. Dinesh Yadav was appointed treasurer.

  • Viswanathan Anand draws with Caruana

    St Louis (USA):  Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand played out a draw with Fabiano Caruana of United States in the first round of Sinquefield Cup, a part of the Grand Chess Tour, that got underway here. Up against a French defense, Anand had a complicated game on hand but Caruana was quite up to the task in maintaining the balance. The first day in the third instalment of the GCT saw two

  • Yogesh Dhongade & Manu Baira clinch doubles Crown

    Mumbai : Jain Irrigation’s Mauu Baira & Yogesh Dhongade overcame seasoned pair of Yogesh Pardesi & Mohd. Ghufran of Indian Oil in a thrilling three game encounter 7-25, 25-20, 25-1 to claim men Doubles title in the Muktar Ahmed Carrom tournament.

  • Ordnance Boys lift title

    Mumbai : Ordnance Boys, Ambernath displayed plenty of pluck and determination to emerge champions as they overcame a spirited Hockey Kalyan 2-1 in a thrilling Fourth Division final of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League 2016-2017 and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, on Saturday.