Free Press Journal
  • Phil Jones out of Eng squad

    London : Manchester United defender Phil Jones has been replaced due to his injury from the England football squad for the friendly against Germany on Wednesday and the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on March 26.

  • Mogaveera lift Payyade Memorial crown

    Mumbai : Mogaveera SC emerged champions defeating Jai Bharat SC 7-6 via the sudden death penalty shootout in a tense and exciting final of the 21st Ramanath Payyade Memorial Football League Tournament 2016 –2017, conducted by the Karnatak Sporting Association and played at the KSA ground, Cross Maidan.

  • Today’s horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- An imperfect use of your energy will bring some health issues. Be ready for some oppositions and criticisms that might leave you uncomfortable. Court cases have to handle with care today.

  • Wawrinka believes Federer on course for No.1

    Miami : Roger Federer’s comeback from injury has been so successful that his compatriot Stan Wawrinka believes he can become the oldest world number one in history at the age of 35.

  • Tax practitioners demand CPC camp in Indore

    Indore: Amid growing online services and increasing complaints about e-filing of income tax returns, tax practitioners of the city have demanded a camp by Central Processing Centre (CPC) Bengaluru and Ghaziabad of the income tax department in city to address issues concerned. However, the department has stated that e-nidan facility is there to address the issue.

  • Indore: CBSE to implement uniform pattern for exam, assessment

    Indore: Following the announcement of restoration of board examination for class X and revised assessment structure and examination for class X from academic year 2017-18 onwards, CBSE has issued another circular talking about the system and rules that all its affiliated schools must follow.

  • Indore: Workshop on skill development held

    Pithampur (Mhow): A workshop on skill development was organised here at Government College for students under Swami Vivekanand Cell on Wednesday.

  • Indore: IIATS concludes at Infantry School

    Mhow: A two day Infantry-Industry-Academia Technology Seminar (IIATS) concluded here at Infantry School Mhow on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Bail granted to Vikram Rao Puar in a murder case

    Dewas: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court on Wednesday granted bail to Vikram Rao Puar, erstwhile maharaja of princely state Dewas, in farmer Pratap Lodhi murder case.

  • Indore: Delegation from Japan visits government school

    Dewas: Delegation from Japan on Tuesday visited Government Nutan Higher Secondary School and inspected various development works being carried out by STI Sanoh’s social, educational and co-educational cooperation. The organisation arranged for paver blocks in the campus to get rid of mud and puddle formation, renovated to stop the water dripping in classrooms, installed 10 fans in the new classrooms, prepared grounds and provided kits for volleyball and badminton. STI Sanoh also

  • Indore: Collector visits wheat purchase centres

    Dewas: Collector Ashutosh Awasthi on Tuesday visited wheat purchase centers here at Durgapura on Tuesday. Collector inspected the arrangement for weighing, quality of wheat and payment related details and spoke to sellers and farmers who were present on the spot. He instructed to make arrangements for farmers by adding an extra tent for shade. 68 wheat procurement centres have been set up in the district..

  • Indore: 100 fall sick after drinking dirty water in Sanawad

    Sanawad: More than 100 people have taken ill after consuming contaminated water in Heerapur village of Sanawad tehsil in the last four days. A health department team was already stationed in the village to provide medical aid to patients.

  • Ujjain: Elderly run over by train

    Ujjain: An elderly man was slashed to death by a train early in the morning near Harifatk over bridge on Wednesday. According to Government Railway Police, an old man was slashed by a train whose body was identified as that of Kashiram (55) of Neelganga, after contacting on phone numbers received with the body. According to wife of deceased, Kashiram was not well and was coming from Indore to Ujjain on Wednesday.

  • Ujjain: Miscreants snatch chain from elderly woman

    Ujjain: A bike-borne miscreant snatched a necklace made of 25 gram gold from the neck of an elderly woman sitting at a grocery store in Mirchinala area near Budhwariya on Wednesday early morning.  According to information, Pushpa Agrawal (65), wife of Omprakash Agrawal of Budhwariya was in a grocery shop when suddenly a youth snatched away her chain and decamped with his aide on a two-wheeler. Later, on the report of the

  • Ujjain: Seminar on GST organised

    Ujjain: Seminar on Goods and Service Tax (GST) concluded on Wednesday at Hotel Anjushri Inn.  On this occasion the proposed tax was discussed here at length while some queries related to GST were also satisfied. The GST will be applicable from April 2017. The seminar was presided over by joint-commissioner, Central Excise, MP Meena, while chartered accountants, tax advisors, Akash Singhai, deputy commissioner Surendra Singh were also present. The seminar was conducted

  • Ujjain: Bag stolen from Dehradun Express

    Ujjain: Passengers coming from Haridwar lost their bag with some valuable goods from Dehradun Express. According to information, Yogendra Shukla of Chhatribag, Indore was going back to Indore after immersing the ashes of his father with his seven family members. During the journey, his bag containing four ATM cards, two PAN cards, two Aadhar cards, a mobile phone worth Rs 18, 000, cash of Rs 5,000 and some other goods were stolen

  • Ujjain: Complete meal in Rs 5 under ‘Deendayal Rasoi Yojana’

    Ujjain: A full meal will be provided under the ambitious Deendayal Rasoi Yojana from April 1 in the city just for Rs 5. Collector Sanket Bhondve has chalked out a ceremonial programme for the inauguration of this project to be organised on April 1. In the city bhojnalayas under this scheme will be opened at Dewasgate, Nanakheda, Railway Station, Chimanganj  Krishi Upaj Mandi and Siddhwat. The meeting held at office of Simhastha

  • Ujjain: Mahakal temple region will be developed under Smart City Project

    Ujjain: A meeting was conducted by the board of directors of Ujjain Smart City Company Limited on Wednesday which was presided over by collector Sanket Bhondve. The development plan of Mahakaleshwar temple region under the smart city project was discussed in the meeting.

  • Doctors’ strike enters third day, health services hit across Maharashtra

    Mumbai: On the third consecutive day health services were severely affected due to the ongoing strike by resident doctors across the state. Despite the Bombay High Court order demanding that the striking lawyers resume by Wednesday morning, the resident doctors of government and municipal – run hospitals have continued with their mass leave until their demands are fulfilled.