Free Press Journal
  • Docs baffled as blind woman, 65, gives birth

    Ujjain : In an incredibly bizarre episode of child birth, a 65-year-old blind woman gave birth to a baby boy under strange circumstances, putting both medical experts and the police in a tizzy.

  • I should not have gone to Rio Olympics, says Nehwal

    Glasgow : “I should not have gone to Rio” Olympics, said Saina Nehwal, almost a year after the champion shuttler’s early exit proved to be one of the biggest upsets for the Indian contingent at the Games.

  • N Korea dares Trump again, launches 3 ballistic missiles

    Washington : North Korea on Saturday launched three ballistic missiles, US military officials said, dampening President Donald Trump’s optimism to strike a deal with Pyongyang to contain its rapidly expanding nuclear weapons programme.

  • Iraq retakes Tal Afar from IS

    Baghdad : Iraqi forces have driven the Islamic State from central Tal Afar and its historic citadel, they said on Saturday, placing them on the verge of fully recapturing one of the last IS strongholds in the country.

  • MIC okays sewer line project

    Ujjain : Mayor-in-Council (MIC) approved the proposed sewer line project for the city on Saturday, during a meeting presided by Mayor Meena Jonwal.  However, the MIC revoked the corrigendum for development of Chakor Park and the MIC decided to invite corrigendum afresh in this matter.

  • Dortmund forward Ousmane Dembele joins FC Barcelona

    Madrid : French forward Ousmane Dembele will be FC Barcelona’s new footballer this season after the Catalan club and Borussia Dortmund reached an agreement, the Spanish La Liga giants have announced.

  • Counterterrorism adviser of Trump resigns

    Washington D.C: President Donald Trump’s counterterrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka has resigned. Two administration officials said that an outspoken and combative defender of President Donald Trump’s national security agenda, Sebastian Gorka,  has left his position as a White House counterterrorism adviser.

  • Programme on cyber ethics held

    Ujjain : An enlightening progamme was held in the Carmel Convent Senior Secondary School for parents and senior students under the guidance of principal Sister Pavithra. The resource person Dipika Shinde, inspector of cyber cell and crime branch, informed the participants about the pros and cons of Cyber world. She gave valuable tips on how to protect their children from cyber crime. They were also educated on the pros and cons of

  • Attack outside Buckingham Palace, 1 held

    London: A 26-year-old sword-wielding man attacked and wounded three police officers outside Buckingham Palace in London before being arrested, prompting Scotland Yard to launch a terror investigation.

  • Rooney’s decision to leave United rational: Mourinho

    Manchester : Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said Wayne Rooney left the club for Everton as he wanted to play again for his boyhood team and be closer to his family.

  • It’s time to say goodbye to US aid: Pak’s Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif

    Lahore : Pakistan’s Punjab province Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that it is time to say goodbye to US aid after President Donald Trump made harsh remarks and “exaggerated statements” about the financial assistance to Islamabad.

  • ‘Rishi panchami’ celebrated

    Ujjain : The festival of ‘rishi panchami’ was celebrated with women taking the holy bath in the Kshipra river on Saturday.

  • Bundesliga: Hamburg down Cologne 3-1

    Berlin : Two first half goals for Hamburg smoothed the way for a 3-1 victory over Cologne at the opener of the 2nd round in the Bundesliga football championship.

  • HBO hackers leak ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 climax

    Washington : Just a day before the last episode of “Game of Thrones” Season 7 set to hit the screens, the HBO hackers calling themselves as “Mr Smith” have leaked the climax of the ongoing season, thus ending the suspense that kept the millions of fans on toes.

  • Amit, Gaurav give India winning start at World Boxing

    Hamburg : Amit Phangal and Gaurav Bidhuri gave India a good start by advancing to the pre-quarterfinals of their respective weight categories at the 19th World Boxing Championships here.