Free Press Journal
  • Gautam Gambhir – Mayank Agarwal score 50s

    India Blue 105/0 on rain hit first day of Pink ball test, The pink ball didn’t do much and the Red bowlers also were not able to take any advantage after their skipper Yuvraj Singh won the toss and elected to field.

  • Patwari end life; blames Collector

    BHOPAL : “Collector sir sorry, I am committing suicide, without investigation you have suspended me”, said a suspended Patwari of Hoshangabad in his suicide note.  He hanged himself in his under-construction house in the city.

  • Russian paralympians may have to miss 2018 Winter Games

    Moscow : Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) Vice President Rima Batalova has said the country’s paralympians may have to miss the 2018 Winter Games as the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) did not communicate the criteria for Russia’s membership recovery.

  • Mismanagement, cops play spoilsport

    Ujjain : Scenes of chaos coupled with commotion and clashes marred the festivity of Shahi Sawari of lord Mahakal taken out here on Monday evening.

  • Top brass on toes

    Ujjain :  Collector in-charge Avinash Lavania, SP Manohar Verma and Mahakaleshwar Temple Administration Committee administrator RP Tiwari accompanied the Sawari barefoot. They were continuously monitoring the proceedings and passing messages and directives to the concerned officials. For the first time, display boards were erected en route in which timings of arrival of palanwuin was mentioned. According to the schedule, the palanquin was to reach the Mahakaleshwar Temple at 10 pm and it

  • In times of Burkini, Culture Minister ignites a skirt row

    New Delhi : It was a day of regrets for the BJP. after controversially suggesting that foreigners visiting India should avoid wearing skirts or going out alone at night, Union Minister Mahesh Sharma clarified on Monday that he was referring only to religious places, and that he had spoken out of “concern”. He also described his comments as “advisory in nature.”

  • Muni Ganivary addresses community on first day of Paryushan

    Ujjain : Young Muni Ganivarya Ratnakirti Vijay on the first day of Paryushan said they should spare time for the world out of the eight days of Paryushan as they spare time for the religion out of 357 days of their daily affairs.

  • Nepal ban on Pune’s fraud Everest duo

    Months after a Pune-based couple made a fake claim of having scaled the Mount Everest, the Nepal government has imposed a 10-year ban on them.

  • Miscreants rob Rs 7 lakh in broad daylight

    Ujjain : Four unidentified miscreants looted cash of Rs 7.16 lakh from an employee of Micro Finance Company in broad daylight on Monday.

  • Sportsmen observe hunger strike on National Sports Day

    Ujjain : City sportspersons observed hunger strike protesting against the lack of amenities at the sports arena on the occasion of National Sports Day, here on Monday. The sportspersons and athletics are deprived of the fundamental facilities at the arena.

  • Book launch – Three wise monkey

    Director Farah Khan and Sajid Khan recently unveiled the book cover for author Jeet Gian’s new funny book ‘The Three Wise Monkeys’ which will be released in the second week of September. Congratulating the author, Farah tweeted: Congrats to @authorjeetgian 4the completion of your book The Three Wise Monkeys.

  • The Spiritual Quest

    “The Spiritual Quest”, an exhibition of paintings by Mumbai based well-known artists Dattatraya Thombare and Charushila Gawde. Keen observation and sound thinking along with experimentation with techniques and styles has helped Dattatraya to bring out rare quality in his work.

  • Commascapes – An exhibition of graphical drawings

    An exhibition of graphical drawings, “Commascapes”, by Mumbai based well-known artist Ashok Hinge. Everything becomes so clear and understandable when one empathises with the society around. Ashok Hinge displays this nature and has been incessantly working on observing and portraying common man, and his mundane activities and pursuits.

  • Riding for a cause

    ‘A Recycle to Life’ cycle ride, was a unique initiative recently undertaken by NGO Mauli Foundation, to promote organ awareness.

  • Multiplexes refuse to show ‘Warrior Savitri’

    Param Gill’s Bollywood debut has landed him in big trouble. The film faces unofficial ban in India but will open in US, UK and Australia on September 2, 2016. The international version of film minus music videos has been hailed by critics.

  • White Patisserie & Bake Shop opens another shop

    White Patisserie & Bake Shop – 100% Eggless, having a flagship store at Matunga (E), recently inaugurated its second shop at Bayside Mall, Tardeo. Seen during the inauguration (from left), Vidya Balota, Chief Guest Manju Lodha (Lodha Builders) and Tej Mody. The shop offers choicest of Macarons, Desert Shots, Cookies, Kurabiya, Dips, Butters, Chocolate Truffles etc. Address: Shop No. 24, Bayside Mall, Haji Ali, Tardeo, Mumbai. Contact: 9930056789 / 9892999162.