Free Press Journal
  • Obama battles sanctions push post Jan. 20 Iran nuclear deal agreement

    Washington: US President Barack Obama’s administration reportedly continued to battle new U.S sanctions push that could prove risky for the Iran-U.S nuclear pact, even as Iran and six world powers agreed on the terms for implementing the nuclear deal.

  • Won’t let SIMI to get active in State: DGP

    Indore: Director General of Police ( DGP) Nandan Dube, who was in the city to release a book, on Sunday said that the police would not let SIMI ultras to get active in the State. “ We had broken the network of SIMI long back but the police are on their toes following the possibility of its members getting active again after Khandwa jail breakout.

  • ‘ Surya Namaskar’ in govt schools today

    Indore: On the occasion Swami Vivekanand jayanti, a mass ‘ Surya Namaskar’ will be held in the city, on Monday. The main programme of ‘ Surya Namaskar’ will be organised at Chimanbagh Ground and Minister for UAD Kailash Vijayvargiya will be the chief guest.

  • Chauhan is good at heart, says Salman

    Indore: Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who was here to promote his forthcoming movie Jai Ho, said that Shivraj Singh Chauhan is a good human being and his election as chief minister of the state for the third successive term is a proof of it.

  • Early diagnosis of TB in children stressed

    Indore: While addressing the 51st Annual National Conference of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, Pedicon 2014, Dr Sangita Sharma, MD Pharmacology, secretary of MCI stressed on early diagnosis of tuberculosis.

  • Cases of Allergic Rhinitis increase with GDP of a country: Dr Amarasinghe

    Indore: The common chronic disease among kids, Allergic Rhinitis, is directly proportional to the Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) of a country. That is, the number of cases of the disease increases in any country along with its development.

  • AAP has no impact in MP, CG : Raman

    BHOPAL: Chattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh, interacting with journalists on his city visit on Sunday, said that there will be no effect of Aam Aadmi Party in Lok Sabha elections in Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh as its party organisation is weak while the BJP has its reach to each and every house.

  • Kid strangled to death by swing’s rope, youth drowns

    BHOPAL: A six- year- old boy died after being accidentally strangulated by the rope of a swing in which he was swinging at Bairagarh Cheechali village under Kolar police station area on Saturday evening. As soon as the boy’s mother heard his screams, she rushed to save him and took out the rope from his neck.

  • BJM takes out rally to mark Vivekanand’s anniversary

    BHOPAL: Bharatiya Janata uva Morcha ( BJM), state unit, organised ‘ uva Jagriti Rally’ at its all 55 organisational districts on the occasion of the 151st birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand on Sunday. At Bhopal, the rally, which started from BJP state office, Pandit Deendayal Parisar, was led by Morcha’s state president

  • Man arrested for setting wife ablaze

    BHOPAL: A 28- year- old married woman on Saturday approached Aishbagh police station and lodged a complaint against her husband who allegedly set her ablaze after pouring kerosene on her two months ago. Following the complaint, police have booked the accused under section 307 of the IPC and later arrested him.

  • GRP arrest boy smuggling guns

    BHOPAL: Itarsi GRP have arrested a teenaged boy from platform at Itarsi railway station while he was carrying guns in pockets of his jacket to deliver them to a customer on Saturday morning. The GRP personnel recovered seven country made pistols worth Rs 21,000 from his possession. The accused has been identified as Ramlal, 16, son of Khuda Singh Dhondhav, resident of Neemkhdea village of Buldhana district in Maharashtra.

  • Teenaged boy held for abducting girl

    BHOPAL: Ashoka Garden police rescued a teenaged girl from the clutches of a 17- year- old boy at Chetak Bridge while he was taking her for a city visit on Sunday afternoon.

  • Pandey inspects renovation work of city temples

    Ujjain: Divisional Commissioner AK Pandey inspected the renovation and development works of city temples on Sunday. Pandey along with officials concerned visited the temples and asked the officials to get the works done soon.

  • Body of infant girl found in pond

    Ujjain: Local residents of Muni Nagar were shocked to see a body of infant girl floating in a nearby pond on Sunday. Residents immediately informed Neelganga police about the body. A team of police reached at the spot and took out the infant’s body. Police suspect the incident could be linked to

  • Bhoomi pujan for drainage, concrete road held

    Ujjain: Bhoomi pujan for drainage and concrete road was performed at Indira Nagar main square on Sunday. Local corporator Dilip Parmar chaired the occasion.

  • Vasishtha bereaved

    Ujjain: Umashashi Vasishtha mother of Krishi Upaj Mandi Board joint director, Chandrashekhar Vasishtha passed away on Saturday. A funeral procession was taken out from the residence of Vasishtha located at Mahashweta Nagar on Sunday morning. Citizens in large numbers were present during funeral procession.

  • Various progs mark Swami Vivekananda Jayanti

    Ujjain: ‘ India has producedmany great people and all of them were from ordinary families. If we want to be great leaders, we have to followthe ideals of Swami Vivekananda. Only then the creation of golden nation will be possible’, saidRSSMalwa region head Ashok Sohoney during a programme atMadhukar Nagar located Sant Ravidas Park to mark Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary on Sunday. ISKCON chairman Vimalkrishnadas Maharaj chaired