Free Press Journal
  • India held

    Rampant Koreans draw 1-1

  • Campionite shines in national riffle shooting champ

    BHOPAL : Brilliant riffle shooter and student of Campion School, Aadil Khan, giving his best performance in “National Riffle Shooting Competition-2016” organised by MP Students Olympic Association, bagged one gold and one silver medal. Khan a student of Class 6 from Campion family, did the institution proud again by his extraordinary performance.

  • HDFC win

    Mumbai : Promoted outfit HDFC started with a flourish as they stormed to a fluent 4-0 win against Young Boys SC in a Super Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2016-2017, and played at the Mumbai Football Arena, Shahaji Raje Bhosale Kreeda Sankul-BKLP (Andheri Sports Complex) on Saturday evening.

  • Unani medicine student was murdered by brother

    BHOPAL : Police arrested the younger brother of a Unani physician for murdering him at Aishbag within 24 hours after the incident. The accused used tricks he learnt from TV serial ‘Crime Petrol’.

  • ‘Run for Health’ marathon on Oct 28

    Ujjain : The city will host a marathon ‘Run for Health’ on the occasion of National Ayurveda Day on October 28. A ‘Dhanwantari Yatra’ will be taken out to mark the occasion during which a diabetes cure and health camp will be organised in the city. Convener Dr Ramtirtha Sharma informed that a health examination camp will be organised at the Government Ayurvedic Dhanwantari College, Budhawaria, Ayush Wing Agar Road and Tower

  • Indian Navy clinch Super Division Trophy

    Mumbai : Indian Navy produced a sleek performance and rose to the occasion to clinch a deserving 4-2 victory against Western Railway in the Super Division final of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League – 2016, and played at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate.

  • SEBI holds workshop on financial education

    Ujjain : Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) conducted a workshop on financial education at the Government Girls PG College, on Friday. The workshop for students was held under the ‘Young Investors’ programme.

  • Odisha dominate in Rugby Championship

    Mumbai : Odisha underlined their dominance in Indian rugby by winning both the boys’ and girls’ crowns in the ‘Societe Generale Junior (boys’ and girls’ under-18) National Rugby Sevens Championship 2016’, played at the Bombay Gymkhana ground on Friday. The all-India Championship is being conducted by Rugby India, in association with Societe Generale and Rugby Association of Maharashtra (RAM).

  • Collector holds reviews meeting of Kartik Mela preparations

    Ujjain : District administration is gearing up to organise a successful Kartik Mela (fair) to be held here from November 13 to December 12, 2016. District collector held a review meeting of the preparations during which deputy commissioner RP Shrivastava gave details about the status of preparations.

  • Rudraveena recital, Kathak at Tribal Museum today

    BHOPAL : In a programme to be held on Sunday at State Tribal Museum, presentation of playing of ‘Rudraveena’ and Kathak dance would be organized. The programme would be organized under the aegis of directorate of culture in its series of ‘Uttaradhikar’.