Free Press Journal
  • BU sets up probe against ex- registrar, two others; spares vice chancellor

    BHOPAL: Barkatullah University’s, executive council, on Saturday set up departmental probe against former registrar Dr Sanjay Tiwari, former exam controller NVS Rajput and the then examination centre in- charge Prof Kalika adav for BDS scam but spared vice- chancellor Dr Nisha Dube, who too has been charged with improper coordination of examination- related work, said sources.

  • Saturday coldest day of season; temp 8° C below normal

    BHOPAL: Taking a nose dive, the day temperature dipped to its lowest level of the current season on Saturday, breaking a four- year- old record. Bhopal recorded a maximum temperature of 17.3° C on Saturday, which was 8° C below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 12.1° C which was 1° C above normal. On January 14, 2010, the day temperature was 18.2° C. Sheopurkalan recorded 10 degree Celsius which

  • ADG Shahi among 24 President’s police medal awardees

    BHOPAL: As many as 24 personnel of Madhya Pradesh Police will be conferred with President’s police medals for gallantry, distinguished services and meritorious services. Director General of police Nandan Dubey has congratulated these officials on being awarded the medals.

  • Six Cos to set up units SIMHASA IT PARK

    • Assure to invest Rs 112 crore
    • Two cos got allotment letter of land, LoI issued to four
    • The IT park likely to complete in 2years

    Indore: Indore is all set becoming an IT hub of the state as six new companies will set up their units in the upcoming IT Park at Simhasa, soon. These companies have expressed their interest to invest Rs 112 crore in the IT Park, which is

  • Fog delays 13 trains

    Indore: Dense fog hit hard 13 incoming trains to Indore station on Saturday. Railway PRO Pradeep Sharma said that all these trains were delayed from 1 hour to six hours due to fog. Malwa express was the worst hit as it reached here 5.50 hour behind scheduled time.

  • “ Main Kaun Hoon” released

    Indore: A programme to release magazine ‘ Main Kaun Hoon’ and inauguration of newly developed stage at National Association for Blind was organized on Saturday under the joint aegis of ‘ Divya Sarthak’ ( Samajik Kalyan Samiti) and National Association for the Blind. Indore Development Authority ( IDA) Chairman Shankar Lalwani was the chief guest on the occasion while PN Deshmukh, Pravin Khariwal, Ratanlal Gupta, Arvind Tiwari and others were special guests

  • Symposium on interest and penalty held

    Indore: A symposium was held on MPVAT Act’s interest and penalty under the joint aegis of Tax Practitioners’ Association Indore and Indore CA Branch. Chief Guest on the occasion was Associate Editor of Sales Tax Judgements CA P H Motlani.

  • R- Day main programme at Mahesh Guard Line

    Indore: Republic Day main programme will be held at Mahesh Guard Line’s RAPTC Parade Ground on Sunday at 9 am and chief guest on the occasion would be Urban Administration Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya.

  • 7 accused in police remand, 1 in judicial custody Fake mark- sheets racket

    Indore: In connection of ‘ Fake mark- sheets racket, the city police presented eight accused in the court, on Saturday. The court sent seven of them for police remand and one under judicial custody.The police expect that the interrogation of 10 accused will reveal important facts about this racket.

  • Rape accused Khanuja surrenders before police

    Ujjain: Shiv Sena state vicepresident Sukhwinder Singh Khanuja, who is accused of raping a girl, surrendered in police station on Saturday morning. Khanuja was booked for raping a 25- year- old girl on Friday after the victim lodged a complaint against Khanuja.

  • City records coldest day as mercury dips to 17.5 degree Celsius

    Ujjain: The prevailing cold weather condition in city broke the record of last eight years on Saturday after minimum temperature dipped to the lowest of the season 17.5 degree Celsius. Minimum temperature in the day during the month of January was recorded as 20.2 degree Celsius.

  • Youth ends life by hanging

    Ujjain : A youth committed suicide by hanging himself to the ceiling of his room in Neelganga police colony on Friday. The deceased had tried to commit suicide earlier also. The youth took the deadly step after he was scolded by his parents. According to Neelganga police, deceased Himanshu ( 17), son of Vijayram Tripathi, resident of Neelganga police colony hanged himself to death inside his room on Friday evening. He was

  • Awarenes rallies mark Voters’Day

    Ujjain: Voters’ awareness rallies were taken out in the city on Saturday to mark the National Voters’ Day.Employees of different departments and students of city schools attended the rally to spread awareness among people about the polling. Various organisations and academic institutes also celebrated the occasion.

  • Akshat hosts career counselling seminar

    Ujjain: Akshat International School hosted a career counseling seminar for the development of students on Saturday. Senior consultant Dr Amiya Pahare imparted a lecture during the seminar on career counseling. Students put their queries before Dr Pahare during the interactive session. Parents were also present on this occasion.


    After twice missing out on the title, the Chinese goes one better to clinch the Aus Open crown

  • Just in, but not home

    Tail wags at the right time to ensure visitors a face-saving tie as Ashwin and Jadeja help India recover from what looked like an another overseas defeat

  • Tie result rankles McCullum

    Auckland: He is disappointed that his team could not seal the series but New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum termed the third One-dayer against India as a “great game of cricket.”New Zealand put up a huge 314 on the board and Ravindra Jadeja stole a tied result for India with his heroic batting along with R Ashwin.