Free Press Journal
  • Microsoft miffed as DAVV uses pirated software

    Indore: Software giant Microsoft has reportedly expressed its anguish over use of pirated applications by the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAAV). It has suggested the university to obtain licensed version of its software. According to sources, the Microsoft India recently told the DAVV that it had received complaint regarding use of pirated software by the university in its computers.

  • Women vandalise NGO office

    Indore: Alleging forgery in the pretext of government schemes, hundred of women vandalised an NGO’s office in Banganga area, on Friday. According to sources, enraged women reached the ‘ Mahila Utkarsh Sansthan’ run by Congress leader Sonia Sharma at Govind Nagar and damaged the office.

  • Shivraj squats on road to check quality, fines officer for smoking

    BHOPAL: In an action which had an uncanny resemblance with the style of functioning of the AAP party government in Delhi, chief minister Shivraj Singh conducted surprise raids of several government offices in the city on Friday. Chauhan first reached the office of the Kolar Municipality.

  • Katare, Narottam spar over Vyapam scam

    Bhopal: A heated exchange took place between leader of opposition Satyadev Katare and Parliamentary Affairs minister Dr Narottam Mishra in the business advisory committee’s meeting and later in the House over the Vyapam scam and the opposition’s demand for discussion of the issue in the ongoing session of the legislative assembly on Friday.

  • ‘ Lokayukta gave quiet burial to cases against CM, ministers’

    BHOPAL: RTI activist Ajay Dubey and member of Transparency International has expressed surprise over the cases of corruption filed against chief minister and his ministers in Lokayukta were disposed of before assembly elections 2013.

  • Makhanlal students burn VC effigy before UGC team

    BHOPAL: A UGC team, conducting inspection of Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University for Journalism and Mass Communication for providing grant, encountered students’ protest and anomalies running in the university. Students staged protest before the team and burnt effigy of vice- chancellor BK Kuthiyala for providing jobs to persons of a particular ideology. Students told the team members that there were only 28 teachers in the university and the number of peons

  • I can never forget Rohani, says Chauhan

    BHOPAL: The state assembly on Friday paid handsome tributes to its former Speaker Ishwardas Rohani. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, offering his tributes said that Rohani could not be forgotten and he will always be remembered. Chauhan said that Rohani was a very popular leader in his constituency and one should learn how a lot from Rohani.

  • Engg student arrested for raping classmate

    BHOPAL: A teenaged engineering student, on Friday approached Mahila Thana and lodged a complaint against her classmate who repeatedly raped her on the promise of getting married to her. Following the complaint of victim girl, a case under section 376 of the IPC has been registered by the police against the accused who was later arrested by the police.

  • Fog hits normal life, flights cancelled, trains delayed

    BHOPAL: Fog paralysed normal life, hitting air, rail and vehicular traffic on Friday. Bhopal bound Jet airways flights were cancelled. Similarly, Bhopal bound trains were late because of poor visibility. Officials of Airport Authority of India ( AAI), Bhopal said that the flights might be delayed on Saturday too, as the weather conditions continue to worsen.

  • Katare ‘ Rasgulla’ remark makes CM fume

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan expressed his resentment over the remarks made by leader of Opposition Satyadev Katare. After Katare made a remark about Chauhan, the latter advised him to observe decency in his behaviour.

  • Officers posted in personal staff of Diggi, Narottam, Malaiya

    BHOPAL: The state government, general administration department, has posted Umesh Kumar Singh, state administrative services, deputy secretary, forest department in the personal establishment of former chief minister, Digvijay Singh as special assistant.

  • Dense fog grips city; temp falls to 12.4 degree Celsius

    Ujjain: Dense fog enveloped city sky after once again temperature dipped down to 12.4 degree Celsius here on Friday. Mist was so dense that vehicles at short distance were invisible on city roads.Dozens of trains got delayed as the railway track experienced thick fog.

  • Parents queue up to take admission forms amidst chilled weather

    Ujjain: Parents who long for the bright future of their children queued up to take admission forms at city schools on Friday. Most of the parents had reached late in the night to stand in the queue to get the admission form first. The admission procedure began at most of the city schools on Friday.

  • DC & UDA chairman Pandey to inspect development works today

    Ujjain: Divisional Commissioner ( DC) and Ujjain Development Authority ( UDA) Chairman, AK Pandey will conduct inspection of development works being continue in the city at 11 am on Saturday. DC Pandey will also chair a review meeting with officials concerned after the inspection of sites where the development works are in progress.