Free Press Journal
  • Absconded accused produces himself before court

    Ujjain : In an interesting incident, an accused was sentenced for seven years imprisonment by the court in a case of robbery in two days ago absconded from the court; and in a dramatic way he produced himself in the court after a case registered afresh by the police on the order of the court.

  • Rashly driven tractor hits bike

    Ujjain : In an incident an unknown tractor hit a bike consequently a couple travelling by the bike got injured seriously.

  • Bhavitavya Shah stuns Shubham Ambre

    Mumbai : Seeded down the order, Bhavitavya Shah rallied from a 0-3 deficit to shock top seed Shubham Ambre in a 4-3 thriller to storm into the men’s semi-finals, in the Matunga Gymkhana 4-Star Mumbai District Ranking Table Tennis Tournament on Saturday.

  • MBMC pulls down hundreds of banners each month, sues none

    While politicians and their over enthusiastic party workers continue to plaster the city with illegal banners by using every festival and birthday announcement, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) besides pulling down the eye-sores has done precious little to sue the offenders. Ward officials claim to have been continuously removing illegal hoardings; however they candidly admit of refraining legal action against the law-breakers owing to political pressure.

  • Franco SC win

    Mumbai : Franco SC scored twice in each half to register a comfortable 4-1 win against Soccer A-Z in a First Division match of the MDFA League 2016-2017, and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel.

  • 12-year-old girl dies of electric shock

    Ujjain: In an incident a 12-year-old girl lost her life due to electric shock.  According to information, Durga daughter of Dayaram resident of Amardeep Nagar tumbled and dashed with an electric pole on the way while going to see her friend, and her body came into contact with an electric wire leaning on the electric pole. She became unconscious immediately due to electric shock. The girl was rushed to Civil Hospital where