Free Press Journal
  • Union Budget In January, No Separate Railway Budget

    New Delhi : In a major financial overhaul, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday advanced Parliament’s budget session by a month. The budget will be presented in January so it can be passed before the next financial year begins on April 1, instead of the current practice in which a vote-on-account is used for four months until the budget is cleared in May-June.

  • Ritu Rani retires, sparks controversy

    New Delhi : Former Indian women’s hockey captain Ritu Rani has reitered from international hockey after being deeply hurt following her axing from the Rio Olympics-bound squad.

  • Junior men team ready for challenge Down Under

    New Delhi : The Indian junior men’s hockey team is geared up to participate in the star-studded Australian Hockey League (AHL) starting September 29th in Perth.

  • Mayor pays obeisance to Mahakaleshwar after Ujn made to smart city list

    Ujjain : Mayor Meena Jonwal on Wednesday paid a visit to the Mahakaleshwar Temple and offered prayer on getting berth in Smart City project. Mayor was given a grand welcome as she reached the Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) headquarters located at Shivaji Bhavan. Municipal staff burst crackers and danced on drum beats to express their joy.

  • Shooters bag 5 more medals

    Azerbaijan : Indian shooters enjoyed another successful day at the ongoing ISSF Junior World Cup, bagging five medals including three gold here on Wednesday.

  • Engineer dies as speeding auto hits him

    Ujjain : An auto driver drove the auto rashly on the wrong side and dashed a bike. In the incident the one person was dead and others sustain injury. Shrikant son of Charndra Prakash Chavand was civil engineer resident of Naryanpur was on his bike to drop his friend Ankit son of Kamal Nagvanshi resident of Santbali Nagar at railway station with his friend Somya son of Vijay Shrivastava resident of Naryanpura,

  • US bill to designate Pak terrorist state

    Washington : Two powerful American lawmakers have introduced a bill in the US House of Representatives to designate Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism, in a setback to Islamabad at a time when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is trying to drum up support over the Kashmir issue.

  • Kidambi Srikanth, Ajay Jayaram, H.S Prannoy advance

    Tokyo : Indian shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth, Ajay Jayaram and H.S Prannoy advanced into the second round after defeating their respective opponents in the men’s singles competition of the  Japan Open here on Wednesday.

  • Badminton players shine

    Ujjain : Badminton players of the city bagged silver medals in 71st State level Badminton tournament organised in Katni.

  • Race Course Road name gets changed

    New Delhi : Lutyens Delhi’s iconic Race Course road, where the Prime Minister’s residence is located, will now be known as Lok Kalyan Marg. A decision to this effect was taken at a high-level meeting of the New

  • Ryan International triumph

    Mumbai : Arya Shetty played a star role while helping Ryan International (Malad) beat  Rajhans 2-1 in the girls under-17 final of the DSO (Divisional Sports Office) All Mumbai (Taluka) inter-school under-17 badminton  tournament , organised by Vision Sports Reconnect and Fairplay Sports Management at Goregaon Sports Club on Wednesday.

  • NSUI burns MP’s effigy

    Ujjain: NSUI leaders and workers on Tuesday burnt an effigy of Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya outside Government Madhav College, on Tuesday. The protest was led by State general secretary and district president of Ambar Mathur. Pritesh Sharma told that MP Malviya only delivered statements and failed to fulfill them. Despite of paying tribute to the martyrs for their sacrifice, he blamed Congress party.

  • Avantikey stages Nukkad Play

    Ujjain : The orgnainsation of the students of Ujjain Engineering College “Avantikey” staged a street play on Wednesday targeting the weak performance of Indian players in Rio Olympic. The play also expressed the role and awareness of every citizen of India to bag medals for the country. The organisation also presented the same play in Maulana Azad Rashtriya Proudyogiki Sansthan in which the team of Avantikey got 4th place among 22 other

  • Aditi Ashok set for Spanish dare

    Mabella : India’s Aditi Ashok, who registered her first top-10 finish as a professional last fortnight, is ready for another shot at the Ladies European Tour, when she tees up for the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España Femenino golf tournament, here today.

  • Swami Vivekanad champs

    Mumbai : Pranjal Shinde, the up and coming junior was the architect for Swami Vivekanand in the under-17 final of the the Mumbai Suburban (Borivali Taluka) Table Tennis Tournament, organized by Vision Sports Reconnect and Fairplay Sport Management at Goregaon Sports Club on Wednesday.

  • Youth harasses his girlfriend

    Ujjain : On the statement of the girl police registered a case against her boy friend for molesting her for several days. Dewasgate police station registered a case on the statement of victim girl against Sunil son of Bhawanishankar Jatav for molesting her at a hotel in the city assuring her to marry with. According to the statement of the girl, Sunil mentioned himself unmarried, but later the girl came to know

  • Sheldon D’Souza scripts Nestor Boys win

    Mumbai : Powered by Sheldon D’Souza’s twin strikes Nester Boys romped to a thumping 3-0 win against Inspiring Humanity in a Boy’s Under-16 match of the 16thKalina Football League, organised by the Our Lady of Egypt Parish Church Sports Committee, and played at the Our Lady of Egypt Church ground, Kalina.

  • Prize distributed to winners

    Ujjain : Meritorious students of General Knowledge Test conducted by The Excellent Club, Khachrod were honoured and given away prizes during a programme held at Sanjog Parisar recently.