Free Press Journal
  • Dr Garg takes part in European Society of Cardiologist Conference

    Ujjain : Eminent cardiologist of the city Dr Vijay Garg took part in European Society of Cardiologist Conference in Rome in Italy. 30, 000 cardiologists from 106 countries elaborated their views on 150 topics of cardiology during 300 sessions. Dr Garg after returning from the conference shared his experiences to the city cardiologists. He said, one should regularly exercise for 30 minutes and give tobacco consumption. 30 percent possibility of cardiac diseases

  • UMC holds Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme workshop

    Ujjain : Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) hosted workshop on Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS), a component of Prime Minister Housing Scheme, on Friday. Municipal commissioner Ashish Singh, regional office representative Hemlata Sharma and National Housing Bank representative addressed the workshop.

  • Facundo Cardozo set to strike for Mumbai City FC

    Mumbai : Mumbai City FC announces the signing of young Facundo Cardozo for the Indian Super League (ISL) Season 3. He will be seen sharing the ground with his countrymen Matias Defederico and Gaston Sangoy.

  • Some cannot tolerate I am pro-Dalit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    New Delhi : Condemning violence against Dalits, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked politicians, including his own partymen, to shun irresponsible statements even as he said the community’s “self-appointed champions” were giving political colour to the social problem to create tensions.

  • Jump rope players bag medals

    Ujjain : City Jump Rope Players bagged 15 gold, 14 silver and 1 bronze medals during 13th Subjunior National Jump Rope competition held at LNCT College, Bhopal. Coach Mukund Jhala told that Imran Patel won gold medal in triple under event and silver in free style. Bhupendra Singh, Lounce Sharma, Rhythm Kataria, Jainit Chauhan also shined.

  • Vibgyor upset St. Francis D’Assisi

    Mumbai : Goregaon’s Vibgyor sprang a surprise as they held fancied St. Francis D’Assisi goalless at full time and then eliminated them in a tie-breaker to sail into under-14 pre-quarterfinals from group ‘B’   of the DSO’s (Divisional Sports Office)’s Mumbai Suburban (Taluka) Football tournament at St. Francis D’Assisi ground, Borivali on Friday.

  • South Korea beat China 3-2

    Seoul : South Korea defeated China 3-2 in their opening game of the final round of Asian zone World Cup qualifying football tournament. South Korea started on a good note and went 1-0 ahead in the 21st minute thanks to an own goal by Chinese captain Zheng Zhi here on Thursday, reports Efe. The South Koreans doubled their lead in the 64th minute when Lee Chungyong headed home a cross from Ji

  • Kids compelled to study under dilapidated roofs in schools

    Ujjain : The school buildings located in the nearby villages of the city is pathetic. The roofs are leaking and causing great disturbance to the students. Even the roofs are about to cave in at the various schools.

  • Ajay Devgn and Karan Johar box office tussle turns dirty

    Mumbai : Actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn has demanded an investigation into conduct of filmmaker Karan Johar, who allegedly paid Kamaal R Khan Rs 25 lakhs to tweet sweet nothings about his next film “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” (ADHM) and give negative reviews of Devgn’s film “Shivaay”.

  • Union govt employees join nation-wide strike call

    Ujjain : Hundreds of employees of Union government were among those 15 crores of employees of the country who observed the strike on Friday called by various trade unions. A joint rally was also taken out.

  • Revenue per employee metrics is there to stay

    Mumbai : Organised retail in India believes that revenue per employee metrics is critical to measuring per capita productivity.  Since it was introduced a few years ago, it has helped organisations increase the productivity of their frontline staff.

  • Ryan Group celebrates enters Guinness World Records

    The Ryan International Group of Institutions was recently recognized for its efforts for charity by none other than the Guinness World Records. The Group’s school in Sharjah received this accolade for participating in the world’s largest charity donation for the poor. The students collected over 295,122 items of clothing for donation.