Free Press Journal
  • Meritorious students to be feted

    Ujjain : Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha will felicitate meritorious students of the State. This decision was taken during a meeting of Ujjain-Indore division. Deepak Rajwani told that the meeting was held at Gopi Garden. General secretary Shiva Kotwani chaired the meeting.

  • Post Rio, 17 anti-Doping agency heads call for WADA overhaul

    Moscow : The heads of 17 anti-doping agencies have proposed a number of reforms to overhaul the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in the wake of the Russian doping scandal, according to media reports.

  • No ‘regular’ parole for rapists and killers

    Mumbai : Convicts serving jail sentence for rape and rape cum murder in Maharashtra will not be eligible for “regular” parole. This is as per the amendments made to the prison rules in the backdrop of a convict jumping parole in a sensational murder case in Mumbai. The same applies to convicts serving sentence for smuggling of narcotic or psychotropic substances and dacoity.

  • Lok Ayukta sleuths catch Patwari red-handed accepting bribe of Rs 17k

    Ujjain : Lok Ayukta police on Wednesday caught a Patwari of Barnagar tehsil red handed while he was accepting a bribe of Rs 17, 000 from complainant. Lok Ayukta inspector Kamal Nigwal informed the Free Press that complainant Nandkishore Patidar, a resident of Gajanikheda had filed a complaint against Patwari Rajendra Kumar Manjhi of Halka number 16, 17 of village Gajanikheda of Barnagar Tehsil. The accused Patwari demanded bribe of Rs 30,

  • Dynamos sign Marcos Tebar

    New Delhi : Delhi Dynamos Football Club announces the signing of former Real Madrid midfielder Marcos Tébar Ramiro for the upcoming season of the Hero Indian Super League.

  • NEUFC appoint Costa as assistant coach

    New Delhi : NorthEast United FC have secured the services of Francisco Bruto Da Costa as the assistant coach for the third edition of the Indian Super League (ISL).

  • Cops appeal not to invest in chit fund firms

    Ujjain : Khachrod police have circulated an advisory across the tehsil making people aware not to invest their money in fake Chit fund companies. Several chit fund companies entice people offering them to double their money. Getting inspiration from the campaign launched by the police, people from villages Bahlola and Ghudawan filed a complaint against the agents of BNG Group BN Global Finance Company, BN Gold Real Estate Finance Company Kisan Orja

  • PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik felicitated

    New Delhi : Amidst an auditorium full of star struck students, fellow athletes and family members, silver medalist PV Sindhu and bronze medalist Sakshi Malik were on Wednesday felicitated by the Delhi government for their stupendous performance at the Rio Olympics.

  • Open-eyed Meditations for modern day living

    To tackle the struggles of everyday life, author Shubha Vilas has come up with a compilation of mediations and thought-sutras. His book ‘Open-eyed Meditations’, placing ancient wisdom in a modern day context, was unveiled at Crossword, Kemps Corner on Tuesday. Renowned historical and mythological thriller writer, Ashwin Sanghi said of the book, “Most importantly, the book is a reminder on how we live our life and the rat race we are in.

  • Zakeer Mundampara renews with Chennaiyin

    Chennai : Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin FC is delighted to announce that midfielder Zakeer Mundampara has signed an extension with the club till the end of the current Indian football season.

  • CCI slaps over Rs 6,700 cr fine on 11 cement cos

    New Delhi: Competition Commission on Wednesday  imposed more than Rs 6,700 crore penalty on 11 cement companies, including ACC and Binani, for cartelisation.

  • ‘Sworn’ brother rapes neighbour adolescent girl

    Ujjain : A ‘sworn-brother’ raped his adolescent sworn-sister, who resides in the same multi-storey building, here on Wednesday. Police booked the youth, who is yet to be arrested.

  • Jamnabai Narsee School bag grand treble

    Mumbai : Jamnabai Narsee School, Juhu bagged a grand treble, winning the senior girl’s, junior boys and senior boys team championship titles in the 11Even Sports Inter-School Table Tennis State Championships, Maharashtra, 2016, sponsored by Robomate+, powered by Square Off Sports, and played at the Khar Gymkhana table tennis hall on Wednesday. Nalanda Public School claimed the junior girls’ team championship when they overcame Utpal Sanghvi Global School, Juhu 3-2 in a

  • Dev Shah wins silver

    Mumbai : Reigning world youth silver medallist, Dev Shah of Dhirubhai Ambani school added another feather to his illustrious cap by winning the silver medal in the U-9 National Age group chess championships concluded at CT public school Jalandhar.

  • Bring change in utterance, thoughts and attitude

    Ujjain: Seer Ganivarya Ratnakirti Vijay addressing a religious meeting said, people should bring change in their language, thoughts and attitude. He was addressing on the second day of Paryushan Parva at Rishabhdev Chhaganiram Pedhi. He told that a simple man does not have faults. To break the hurdle of mind is the religion.