Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: BJP women wing leader killed by son, accused held

    BHOPAL: Gautam Nagar police nabbed Aman for killing his mother on Tuesday. The Bharatiya Janata Party women wing leader Jamila Khan was shot dead on November 30 at Indira Sahayata Nagar after she did not approve his marriage with his girlfriend. The police registered a case under section 302 of the IPC and sections 25 and 27 of the Arms Act.

  • Sania Mirza eyes career Slam in 17’

    Mumbai : Tennis star Sania Mirza says she enjoyed incredible results in 2016 and it would be amazing if she could complete a Career Slam next year.

  • Ujjain: Media failing to fulfill its social responsibilities

    Ujjain: Media, the fourth pillar of democracy, has been lagging far behind in fulfilling social obligations while tendencies of marketism have adversely affected the credibility of electronic media, stated social worker Rupa Bhawsar in is PhD dissertation in Hindi.

  • Federer confirms return at Hopman

    Basel : Swiss tennis icon Roger Federer confirmed on Tuesday his return at the Hopman Cup in January, six months after his defeat in the Wimbledon semi-finals.

  • Attack on Kvitova

    Prague : Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova was injured after an attack by a knife-wielding burglar at her home in the eastern Czech town of Prostejov, her spokesman said on Tuesday.

  • FCL begins in full swing

    Mumbai : Football Championship League (FCL) Junior Season 2, a football coaching and talent hunt program organised by The Sports Gurukul has begun in full swing this December.

  • Ujjain: Panwasa Road to be named after Tyagi Maharaj

    Ujjain: The main road to Maxi Road under ward-40 (Panwasa) will now be named after Jagishwardas Tyagi Maharaj. A nomenclature stone, prepared by Ujjain Municipal Corporation as per the resolution of its Council, was dedicated to the public during a programme held on Tuesday. Those present included Chandramadas Maharaj of Gufa Mandir, Lal Ghati (Bhopal), Central Simhastha Fair Organising Committee chairman Makhan Singh Chauhan, mayor Meena Jonwal, municipal speaker Sonu Gehlot and

  • Karen’s double strikes inspires Bodyline win

    Mumbai : Former India Under-14 captain Karen Pais played the lead role by scoring a brace of goals which inspired Bodyline FC to a thumping 4-0 win against Steadfast FC in semi-final match of the Deserve Builder & Devolopers-RCF Premier Cup Football Tournament, organized by RCF Colony Boys Krida and Sanskrutik Mandal, and played at the RCF Colony ground, Chembur.

  • Sandipan to lead Indian challenge

    Mumbai : Indian GM Sandipan Chanda will lead the Indian challenge as over 300 leading chess players, representing 17 countries, will pit their cerebral skills against each other in the Rs 20 lakh prize money 2nd IIFL Wealth Mumbai International Chess Tournament, to be played at the Mount Litera School International at BKC Bandra from December 26 to January 3, 2017.

  • Ujjain: Health officer to be showcaused

    Ujjain: On account of non-redressal of complaints regarding cleanliness in time, commissioner Ashish Singh in strict manner told health officer Vivek Jain that this types of complaints should not be kept pending.

  • Indian cricket team end year as top Test team after England drubbing

    The Virat Kohli-led side have now extended their unbeaten streak to 18 Tests — the longest in the history of Indian cricket — bettering India’s earlier record of 17 Tests without a defeat between September 1985 and March 1987

  • Ujjain: Chit fund investors reach jansunwai for justice

    Ujjain: Several investors of seven-odd chit fund companies knocked the doors of the administration during the weekly jansunwai programme at Brahaspati Bhavan here on Tuesday. They demanded stringent action against the fraud chit fund companies and sought payment of their sinking money to the tune of crores.

  • Ujjain: School teachers oppose ‘Nagroday Abhiyan’ duty

    Ujjain: Expressing resentment on deputing government primary and middle school teachers in the four-day ‘Nagroday Abhiyan’ starting December 25, the teachers community have demanded to exempt them from such a duty, so that they can deliver results during the ensuing school examinations.

  • Sheena Bora murder case: Indrani Mukherjea wants to translate Gita

    Mumbai: Following on the footsteps of Peter Mukherjea who wants to pen a jail memoir, his wife Indrani spoke of women’s emancipation and their rights, and expressed a desire to publish a book of 700 sanskrit shlokas translated into English.

  • Ujjain: Engineering college golden jubilee meet from today

    Ujjain: A two-day Golden Jubilee Meet of the students of I and II batches of Government Engineering College will be held on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of the college on Wednesday and Thursday under the aegis of Jewels Alumni Association.

  • Ujjain: Sudhir Bhasin felicitated with Bharat Excellence Award

    Ujjain: Advocate Sudhir Bhasin was felicitated with ‘Bharat Excellence Award’ by Friendship Forum of India, New Delhi at CD Deshmukh Memorial Auditorium, Lodhi Garden. The award was presented to Bhasin by Governor of Sikkim Choudhary Randheer Singh on his research on Bhagat Singh’s contribution to India’s struggle for freedom, during a seminar on Economic Growth and National Unity. Bhasin has also written books on Bhagat Singh, actor/director Raj Kapoor and Krantidoot Awantilal

  • Ujjain: Congress leader, others booked

    Ujjain: Congress leader Noori Khan and her supporters interrupted traffic at Topkhana Square and Begambagh Colony Square and started raising slogans against president of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha Kamlesh Tiwari.

  • Ujjain: Demonetisation blues, 42 days and counting

    Ujjain: Short supply of new currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 post demonetisation has wreaked havoc on the lives of lakhs of people of the city. Leaving jobs and regular livelihoods aside, people have been running from ATM to ATM in search of money in vain as most of the ATMs are not replenished properly with currency notes of all denominations.

  • Donald Trump formally elected as US president

    New York: Donald John Trump has been formally elected to lead America by its electoral college, setting him on course to takeover as the 45th President of the US next month.

  • Ujjain: Maha aarti, grand feast to mark Hanuman Ashtami today

    Ujjain: There is excitement in the air as people are set to celebrate Hanuman Ashtami on Wednesday. Notably, Ujjain holds the distinction of being the only place where Hanuman Ashtami is celebrated since time immemorial.